No idea what that was?
Imagine if I wrote a post in abbreviated language only, would that be acceptable? Would you know what I meant?
Some people begin their posts AOA (meaning Assalaamu alaikum), with the rest of the post being in full. Perhaps the most important part of the post is the greeting, because the greeting is a command given to us in the Qur'an, but we abbreviate that and write everything else in full instead, just relying on the fact that others will know what we mean.
If we are writing, then yes, it's best if we write the blessings on the Prophet :saws: in full. You'll be pleased to know the forum has some abbreviated code. I'll put spaces in between, but if you type this, without any spaces : s a w s : you will get green Arabic writing, which says sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam (peace and Graces, Honours, Blessings, Mercy, Salutations etc be upon him). You can find it in the forum smileys/emoticons. Again, sending blessings on him :saws: is a command in the Qur'an and hadeeth, so it is a very important part of the posts, that if nothing else, at least we do this. Yes, Allah knows our intentions, but we have to put our intentions into action as far as we can.
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And Allah knows best.
Thank you for bringing this up.