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MissGaga MissGaga 22-25, F 7 Answers Jan 11 in Community

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Not necessarily. <br />
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It is a period of everyone's life. Pretty normal.

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you are afraid of death and not ready for it.<br />
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you truly believe in Allah and afraid of judgment day.<br />
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you are afraid that you die and don't go to paradise.<br />
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we afraid the things we are not ready for.

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I do that, too. Then, it feels like a vision and I get scared but then I wake up and don't think of it much... and it happens the same, again. I don't think it could be depression... but maybe it could.

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Hmmmm, no offense but are you a Muslim or what?

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That's not funny in any way, you better **** off from here you idiot.

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and why is it offensive to say to someone he is Muslim? Muslims are proud to be Muslims, and yes she is and I immediately knew that.

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I have no idea what does my question have to do with being a Muslim. Don't be close minded people.

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because only Muslims really believe in the things I mentioned in my answer.

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@YmeYesMe: your answer is completely off topic !!

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Exactly!

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@MissGaga: I wonder if he goes around all the questions about personal struggles and "suppose" the asker is a muslim. Sometimes its too much for me to deal with ignorance in this website.

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I know but I still like to slam them!

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What kinda thoughts?

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I I think of myself in my grave, sometimes I imagine never waking up again... A psycho, yeah?

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Maybe you feel you need sleep.

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But then if I die I will sleep too much lol! :)

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Silly, just set your alarm clock.

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HAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAAH Okay, I think I will remember this every time I get these weird thoughts O.o

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Scary :(

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Are you sleeping perched on a window ledge?

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