Back 2 school/college

love to live but living to die wrote:
am i the only sad git here? I'm looking forward to going back to uni!

Nope your not the only one. Its been a long year, i feel like my brain is turning into mush (its very hard to study when your no longer in education). Will be good to get back into the swing of things.

I still got so much prep work to do before i start the course but i cant seem to concentrate, too many distractions at home, might head down the library tomorrow.

No not the gum drop buttons! – Gingy

Im going back to school starting sixth form inshallah in about a week or two, looking foward to it.

Those who danced were thought to be quite insane, by those who couldn't hear the music...

How can you start school and sixh form at the same time? Do you mean that youre leaving school to go to sixth form?

No not the gum drop buttons! – Gingy

Naz wrote:
How can you start school and sixh form at the same time? Do you mean that youre leaving school to go to sixth form?

Most schools have a sixth form attached (instead of a separate sixth form college).

I'm going to Syria for my studies next month insha'Allah!

Don't just do something! Stand there.

Ya'qub wrote:
Naz wrote:
How can you start school and sixh form at the same time? Do you mean that youre leaving school to go to sixth form?

Most schools have a sixth form attached (instead of a separate sixth form college).

I'm going to Syria for my studies next month insha'Allah!


yeah what yaqub said.

Those who danced were thought to be quite insane, by those who couldn't hear the music...

Ya'qub wrote:
I'm going to Syria for my studies next month insha'Allah!

where abouts in syria?

noori wrote:
Ya'qub wrote:
I'm going to Syria for my studies next month insha'Allah!

where abouts in syria?

Damascus. I shall try to travel around the rest of the country too, and also to Petra in Jordan if I get the time, insha'Allah.

Can't wait.

Don't just do something! Stand there.

masha'Allah you are so lucky. please remember me in your duas when you do your ziyarats.

Noor wrote:
masha'Allah you are so lucky. please remember me in your duas when you do your ziyarats.

I have no idea what "ziyarats" are, but I'll try!

Don't just do something! Stand there.

when you go to visit holy places, graves of the ambiya, awliya, sahaba, mountains, caves etc!

Noor wrote:
when you go to visit holy places, graves of the ambiya, awliya, sahaba, mountains, caves etc!

Is that allowed?

Don't just do something! Stand there.

i guess some people think its shirk?

Those who danced were thought to be quite insane, by those who couldn't hear the music...

Ya'qub wrote:
Noor wrote:
when you go to visit holy places, graves of the ambiya, awliya, sahaba, mountains, caves etc!

Is that allowed?

Depends on what you do.

Visiting graveyards is after all encouraged.

"For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens 'as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone'" - David Cameron, UK Prime Minister. 13 May 2015.

Ya'qub wrote:

I'm going to Syria for my studies next month insha'Allah!

Hey i went to syria, its really nice (even though we went in winter)
yeah, when you go to visit the graves e.g the prophets wives, Bilal (R.A) thers alot of people who stay ther and wail and do some 'strange' stuff.

oh yeah, make sure you go halb/aleppo, thats the best!

'Allah gives and forgives
Man gets and forgets' Baba Ali