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    Another question regarding the prayers. (OP)


    Today I have prayed but it is not 100% complete but only 99% complete the daily prayer. When I wanted to pray Afternoon, my Christian sister came, and then she created big problems for me, why? I have no idea and that really pissed me off and that made me to miss the prayer but few minutes or hours later, I have managed to recover the lost prayer. My question is, is this called negligent? Will my prayer still be accepted? And there is parts on the prayer where I mumble, and I don’t understand what I was and I’m afraid that I may say an insult to God or any messenger, and I preferred to say in English where I understand perfectly, but rest, I have said in Arabic where I know perfectly(e.g. Al Fatiha and the Chair) these two I know perfectly, and the problem is that I don’t know how to say in Arabic “The Throne” but I know only in English to say, will my prayer be accepted? Because the only thing I know is “Al Fatiha.” And when the thing in prayer asked me to say Al Fatiha then say any surah, I can say again Al Fatiha? And now, the prayer that I started to pray x5 a day, it started somehow to become as a habit to me, and I have made a program and that is, only when I have only free time then I can perform the daily prayers.

    If I do this, then there’s no problem? Because I have other things to do(e.g. studying for the simulation exam) which I have the first simulation on 13-3-2018 and it is math simulation and then at 14-3-2018 I think it starts the last part of simulation exam which is Romanian language, and the simulation exam starts somewhere in March, and I have a lot to learn many poems which I have lost it and many novels and things I have lost in past to recover it and I have also to learn too much math. The time is pressurizing me and I have no time, the time is running fast as the waterfall. Am I neglecting the prayer by doing this? Is this excuse acceptable? Because, after the simulation exam is finished, I can relax and perform the prayers again. Is there any Du’a so that I can make the prayer be as my habit and to perform it perfectly? Because, ai want to pray perfectly without stop and continue do the prayers till the end. Because, my intention is to pray perfectly as prophet Muhammad did this is my wish. Oh, and is this app from the middle also good app to start praying? because, I see that there is another prayer which it is included “My Lord, forgive me” and in this app I don’t find it. Is this another obligatory Islamic prayer? Or it is the same prayer as the Muslims use it to pray? So that I won’t be confused. Because, I want to learn from someone’s mistake, and here it is, thousands of years during the Era of Prophets and Messengers, a person asked Muhammad what is the fate of this person who died? And he(pbuh) said: “will go to Hell” and this person asked: “Why he goes to Hell? This person was a very good person and a believing person and performed the prayers.” And he(pbuh) said: “Because, he never used to say “God please forgive me” so in this conversation I want to learn from this person’s mistake. Is that true that on the last third of night known as “Isha” is the moment when God accepts any kind of Supplication no matter how long it is? Can you please tell me what are the best of the best volunteer prayers after the obligatory prayers?
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    Re: Another question regarding the prayers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    Today I have discovered that it is haram to pray on chair, and now when I want to see if I have any problem with bowing as in masjid, then I started to feel humiliation and shame again, is this normal to have this feeling? Because, usually I do praying on chair by standing up and then bow down by putting your head down on chair because I have done backbone surgery. So my question is, my prayers have been accepted even if I did not know but still prayed? And If I have done backbone surgery and still I’m in recovery, then I can pray on chair if I want to? What kind of illness does not allow you to make ruku or prostration but to pray on chair? Can you give me few examples? Because, I don’t understand, I have found that if you cannot because if illness and so on then you can sit and pray. Can you give few examples what kind of illness does not allow you do pray without a chair? And I can do prayers in private if I want to? Because, I feel comfortable when I pray alone in room and I feel disturbed when someone enters my room while praying. Because, I want to pray to God in private.
    Instead of using chair for prayer you may sit on the floor.

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    Another question regarding the prayers.

    Quote Originally Posted by azc View Post
    Instead of using chair for prayer you may sit on the floor.
    I understand. But my mother told me that I’m not allowed to bend because it will hurt my backbone because, the screws will come out from your rod and that will be very dangerous. And I started to imagine what she told me and I analyzed an image from mosque on how other Muslims prostrate to God and I started to imagine that if I do prostrate while I have a rod in my backbone continually, then the screws from the rod will come out and that will be very dangerous and also terrified me that I’ll have an extreme pain. I wish I could have access to prostrate perfectly like prophet Muhammad did. And my mother told me that I’m not allowed in biological and physical point of view to prostrate or bend because it will do to you very serious damage on your back.
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    Re: Another question regarding the prayers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    I understand. But my mother told me that I’m not allowed to bend because it will hurt my backbone because, the screws will come out from your rod and that will be very dangerous. And I started to imagine what she told me and I analyzed an image from mosque on how other Muslims prostrate to God and I started to imagine that if I do prostrate while I have a rod in my backbone continually, then the screws from the rod will come out and that will be very dangerous and also terrified me that I’ll have an extreme pain. I wish I could have access to prostrate perfectly like prophet Muhammad did. And my mother told me that I’m not allowed in biological and physical point of view to prostrate or bend because it will do to you very serious damage on your back.
    You need not put your forehead on the mat in prostration, rather, keep sitting straight and bow your head only.May Allah swt grant you speedy recovery. Ameen
    Another question regarding the prayers.

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    Re: Another question regarding the prayers.

    And if I done ablution(wudu) it is permissible to wipe out with towel so that it won’t slops? Because, my Christian mother told me that she does not like me drain my water and make water in the house. And I thought if I wipe myself with a towel after I made wudu, it won’t be accepted my prayer. Now I don’t know if I’m right or not.

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    Re: Another question regarding the prayers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    And if I done ablution(wudu) it is permissible to wipe out with towel so that it won’t slops? Because, my Christian mother told me that she does not like me drain my water and make water in the house. And I thought if I wipe myself with a towel after I made wudu, it won’t be accepted my prayer. Now I don’t know if I’m right or not.
    yes, you can dry off your feet,hands, face,etc after washing them. That's common sense. If anything isn't prohibited or mentioned then it's halal. stop asking so many questions like the jews and making it harder on yourself.

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    Re: Another question regarding the prayers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zzz_ View Post
    yes, you can dry off your feet,hands, face,etc after washing them. That's common sense. If anything isn't prohibited or mentioned then it's halal. stop asking so many questions like the jews and making it harder on yourself.
    Alright, thank you very much. May God reward you.

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    Re: Another question regarding the prayers.

    I have found out on Google that prophet Muhammad said whoever did not prayed due to negligence or that this person slept or he forgotten must perform it when he remembers it. I wonder, if a person did not prayed because he was very busy or did this because he was lazy or he forgets a whole day and on night he recovers them all, then can he/ she say “O Allah! Please take this into consideration that I have prayed x5 a day on time, and please O Allah! Write for me that I have prayed x5 a day on time”? So that this person can be rewarded. Or that is not permitted to ask this from Allah?

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