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

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Not necessarily.





It is a period of everyone's life. Pretty normal.

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you are afraid of death and not ready for it.



you truly believe in Allah and afraid of judgment day.



you are afraid that you die and don't go to paradise.



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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