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"You will die the way you lived"

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Paul Walker (the actor from the 'Fast and the Furious'
movies) passed away earlier today and this was the state
of the car that he died in.
There are some lessons we can learn from his death. One
of the main lessons is that you will die the way you lived
your life. So if you live your life in the fast lane, you will
also die in the fast lane. If you live your life by the gun
you will also die by the gun. If you live a righteous life,
Allah Azzawajal will in His infinite Mercy give you a
righteous death.
Many people think these celebrities are untouchable but
the reality is different. I bet he was looking forward to the
release of his new 'Fast and the Furious' film next year,
without thinking he may be dead by then. Most of us do
the same thing, we think about the future and ignore the
fact that we may pass away before our plans become a
reality.
Only Allah Azzawajal knows how long we have left in this
world. Many of us may not be alive next week and that is
the honest truth. So make the most of every minute you
have in this world and do as much as you can for your
Akhirah because as you can see from the picture, all it
takes is a wrong move of the steering wheel and you are
gone.
Paul Walker (the actor from the 'Fast and the Furious' movies) passed away earlier today and this was the state of the car that he died in. There are some lessons we can learn from his death. One of the main lessons is that you will die the way you lived your life. So if you live your life in the fast lane, you will also die in the fast lane. If you live your life by the gun you will also die by the gun. If you live a righteous life, Allah (God) will in His infinite Mercy give you a righteous death. Many people think these celebrities are untouchable but the reality is different. I bet he was looking forward to the release of his new 'Fast and the Furious' film next year, without thinking he may be dead by then. Most of us do the same thing, we think about the future and ignore the fact that we may pass away before our plans become a reality. Only Allah (God) knows how long we have left in this world. Many of us may not be alive next week and that is the honest truth. So make the most of every minute you have in this world and do as much as you can for your Akhirah (afterlife) because as you can see from the picture, all it takes is a wrong move of the steering wheel and you are gone.


A true lesson in the saddness. Money and fame can NOT protect you.
by on Dec. 1, 2013 at 11:06 AM
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PhantomRose88
by Ruby Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 2:35 PM

Careless,  as in his love for speed and driving fast cars. He even stated so himself. 

Quoting Amiehart62: You have judged a man you don't care to learn anything about.

And yes saying that he was "careless" with his life is a judgement on your part.


You judged him and harshly considering he was so giving with his wealth.

He was blessed.


You must jus be really bad at making points.


The only point you have made in this thread is that you posted about someone you knew nothing about, and didn't cared to know anything about.


Like you walk on water or something 😒



Quoting PhantomRose88:

Please tell me where I said this man is a good or bad person?  Not once did I say anything about his character. About whether his death was righteous or not, that's between him and God. To us it looked horrific, but, for him maybe it was a mercy. It was his time to leave the earth and God took him while doing something he loved.   All I have been saying,is that this could have been anyone of us and we should value our lives before we lose it. 

Quoting Amiehart62: OP needs to do some research.





Both of the men that died did for others.







Roger Rojas had car shows every month to benefit the needy.



Paul walker bought a soldier's gf her wedding ring because the soldier couldn't afford one before deployment.





They lived righteous lives,



She is just mistaken



Quoting Anonymous:

This a creepy post!!!



Evelynsmama2012
by Bronze Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 3:17 PM
God!!!!! Are youn really that fucking stupid, Or did you just not read the whole sentence? ??

Quoting PhantomRose88:

The name of who?

Quoting Evelynsmama2012: GOD! IF YOU WANNA PREACH, AT LEAST GET THE NAME RIGHT!!!



Quoting PhantomRose88:


No. Allah loves children infinitely. To us, it seems awful but children have a closer connection to God than any of us will have. Ever notice how much children have a much higher pain tolerance then us adults?  I have no doubt that, yes, the children are sick but Allah is merciful to them. And, after death, they are rewarded ten-fold for any amount of suffering they did go through.  



Quoting Anonymous:

So all the little children who died awful deaths from congenital diseases just didn't love Allah good enough.... Ok. makes perfect sense. Eye roll.






Amiehart62
by Platinum Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 3:35 PM
He was highly trained in handling a vehicle.



It wouldn't have been like you behind the seat of a race car.

You risk your life everyday getting into your car.


You risk your life everyday walking across a street or down a street that isn't well lit.


I suppose you are careless as well.

Quoting PhantomRose88:

Careless,  as in his love for speed and driving fast cars. He even stated so himself. 

Quoting Amiehart62: You have judged a man you don't care to learn anything about.



And yes saying that he was "careless" with his life is a judgement on your part.





You judged him and harshly considering he was so giving with his wealth.



He was blessed.





You must jus be really bad at making points.





The only point you have made in this thread is that you posted about someone you knew nothing about, and didn't cared to know anything about.





Like you walk on water or something 😒







Quoting PhantomRose88:

Please tell me where I said this man is a good or bad person?  Not once did I say anything about his character. About whether his death was righteous or not, that's between him and God. To us it looked horrific, but, for him maybe it was a mercy. It was his time to leave the earth and God took him while doing something he loved.   All I have been saying,is that this could have been anyone of us and we should value our lives before we lose it. 

Quoting Amiehart62: OP needs to do some research.








Both of the men that died did for others.











Roger Rojas had car shows every month to benefit the needy.





Paul walker bought a soldier's gf her wedding ring because the soldier couldn't afford one before deployment.








They lived righteous lives,





She is just mistaken





Quoting Anonymous:

This a creepy post!!!



_mimimosley_
by Ruby Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 3:42 PM
I saw the video of the car crash moments after the crash, it was pretty sad.
PhantomRose88
by Ruby Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 3:49 PM
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Um, then I did use the right name. Each language has their own name of God. Allah is the arabic name or Dios in spanish. Even the Arab Christians use the name "Allah".  Apparently you are the stupid one my dear. God existed long before the english language did....

Quoting Evelynsmama2012: God!!!!! Are youn really that fucking stupid, Or did you just not read the whole sentence? ??

Quoting PhantomRose88:

The name of who?

Quoting Evelynsmama2012: GOD! IF YOU WANNA PREACH, AT LEAST GET THE NAME RIGHT!!!



Quoting PhantomRose88:


No. Allah loves children infinitely. To us, it seems awful but children have a closer connection to God than any of us will have. Ever notice how much children have a much higher pain tolerance then us adults?  I have no doubt that, yes, the children are sick but Allah is merciful to them. And, after death, they are rewarded ten-fold for any amount of suffering they did go through.  



Quoting Anonymous:

So all the little children who died awful deaths from congenital diseases just didn't love Allah good enough.... Ok. makes perfect sense. Eye roll.







PhantomRose88
by Ruby Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 3:56 PM

Being highly trained doesn't make anyone invincible or incapable of mistakes. Steve Irwin, highly trained animal expert died handling one of his animals.....

Point being, no matter how trained we are, how careful we are....we are all careless in one way or another and thinking we will be around to do everything we planned when in reality, death is right behind us. Make the most of your last moments. 

Quoting Amiehart62: He was highly trained in handling a vehicle.



It wouldn't have been like you behind the seat of a race car.

You risk your life everyday getting into your car.


You risk your life everyday walking across a street or down a street that isn't well lit.


I suppose you are careless as well.

Quoting PhantomRose88:

Careless,  as in his love for speed and driving fast cars. He even stated so himself. 

Quoting Amiehart62: You have judged a man you don't care to learn anything about.



And yes saying that he was "careless" with his life is a judgement on your part.





You judged him and harshly considering he was so giving with his wealth.



He was blessed.





You must jus be really bad at making points.





The only point you have made in this thread is that you posted about someone you knew nothing about, and didn't cared to know anything about.





Like you walk on water or something 😒







Quoting PhantomRose88:

Please tell me where I said this man is a good or bad person?  Not once did I say anything about his character. About whether his death was righteous or not, that's between him and God. To us it looked horrific, but, for him maybe it was a mercy. It was his time to leave the earth and God took him while doing something he loved.   All I have been saying,is that this could have been anyone of us and we should value our lives before we lose it. 

Quoting Amiehart62: OP needs to do some research.








Both of the men that died did for others.











Roger Rojas had car shows every month to benefit the needy.





Paul walker bought a soldier's gf her wedding ring because the soldier couldn't afford one before deployment.








They lived righteous lives,





She is just mistaken





Quoting Anonymous:

This a creepy post!!!




Amiehart62
by Platinum Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 4:02 PM
So you thought it was appropriate to use Paul walker and roger Rojas as an example of carelessness?



Why not Jane doe who is lying in a ditch waiting to die from a drug overdose?


Why not the pimp who just got shot because he didn't turn a trick right.


Those would have been great examples for whatever message you're trying to portray.


You know they think a tire blew out.

Sounds like bad luck to me!

NOT, like in my examples, people who live wreck less lives, which is what you have said of these very blessed men that lost their lives.

Quoting PhantomRose88:

Being highly trained doesn't make anyone invincible or incapable of mistakes. Steve Irwin, highly trained animal expert died handling one of his animals.....

Point being, no matter how trained we are, how careful we are....we are all careless in one way or another and thinking we will be around to do everything we planned when in reality, death is right behind us. Make the most of your last moments. 

Quoting Amiehart62: He was highly trained in handling a vehicle.







It wouldn't have been like you behind the seat of a race car.



You risk your life everyday getting into your car.





You risk your life everyday walking across a street or down a street that isn't well lit.





I suppose you are careless as well.



Quoting PhantomRose88:

Careless,  as in his love for speed and driving fast cars. He even stated so himself. 

Quoting Amiehart62: You have judged a man you don't care to learn anything about.





And yes saying that he was "careless" with his life is a judgement on your part.








You judged him and harshly considering he was so giving with his wealth.





He was blessed.








You must jus be really bad at making points.








The only point you have made in this thread is that you posted about someone you knew nothing about, and didn't cared to know anything about.








Like you walk on water or something 😒











Quoting PhantomRose88:

Please tell me where I said this man is a good or bad person?  Not once did I say anything about his character. About whether his death was righteous or not, that's between him and God. To us it looked horrific, but, for him maybe it was a mercy. It was his time to leave the earth and God took him while doing something he loved.   All I have been saying,is that this could have been anyone of us and we should value our lives before we lose it. 

Quoting Amiehart62: OP needs to do some research.











Both of the men that died did for others.















Roger Rojas had car shows every month to benefit the needy.







Paul walker bought a soldier's gf her wedding ring because the soldier couldn't afford one before deployment.











They lived righteous lives,







She is just mistaken







Quoting Anonymous:

This a creepy post!!!




PhantomRose88
by Ruby Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 4:14 PM

Paul and Roger was only brought as a reminder that we should VALUE OUR LIVES. The rest was speaking in general. 

Now who is being the judgemental one?  How do you know Jane Doe isn't a drug addict because her parents introduced her to drugs before she even knew what drugs meant?  Which in that case makes her a victim and involved in circumstances beyond her control.   Yes, she is an ultimate victim, but she will die how she lived. 

Just as Paul is a victim of a tragic car accident.  Neither Jane Doe or Paul are better than each other, they just died the way they were meant to die.  

Quoting Amiehart62: So you thought it was appropriate to use Paul walker and roger Rojas as an example of carelessness?



Why not Jane doe who is lying in a ditch waiting to die from a drug overdose?


Why not the pimp who just got shot because he didn't turn a trick right.


Those would have been great examples for whatever message you're trying to portray.


You know they think a tire blew out.

Sounds like bad luck to me!

NOT, like in my examples, people who live wreck less lives, which is what you have said of these very blessed men that lost their lives.

Quoting PhantomRose88:

Being highly trained doesn't make anyone invincible or incapable of mistakes. Steve Irwin, highly trained animal expert died handling one of his animals.....

Point being, no matter how trained we are, how careful we are....we are all careless in one way or another and thinking we will be around to do everything we planned when in reality, death is right behind us. Make the most of your last moments. 

Quoting Amiehart62: He was highly trained in handling a vehicle.







It wouldn't have been like you behind the seat of a race car.



You risk your life everyday getting into your car.





You risk your life everyday walking across a street or down a street that isn't well lit.





I suppose you are careless as well.



Quoting PhantomRose88:

Careless,  as in his love for speed and driving fast cars. He even stated so himself. 

Quoting Amiehart62: You have judged a man you don't care to learn anything about.





And yes saying that he was "careless" with his life is a judgement on your part.








You judged him and harshly considering he was so giving with his wealth.





He was blessed.








You must jus be really bad at making points.








The only point you have made in this thread is that you posted about someone you knew nothing about, and didn't cared to know anything about.








Like you walk on water or something 😒











Quoting PhantomRose88:

Please tell me where I said this man is a good or bad person?  Not once did I say anything about his character. About whether his death was righteous or not, that's between him and God. To us it looked horrific, but, for him maybe it was a mercy. It was his time to leave the earth and God took him while doing something he loved.   All I have been saying,is that this could have been anyone of us and we should value our lives before we lose it. 

Quoting Amiehart62: OP needs to do some research.











Both of the men that died did for others.















Roger Rojas had car shows every month to benefit the needy.







Paul walker bought a soldier's gf her wedding ring because the soldier couldn't afford one before deployment.











They lived righteous lives,







She is just mistaken







Quoting Anonymous:

This a creepy post!!!





Amiehart62
by Platinum Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 4:26 PM
Your post was made in absolutely poor taste. You can call a spade a spade.


And whatever your message was meant to be was lost when you put down a well respected, well liked man who lived his life to help others.

Poor poor taste.

Quoting PhantomRose88:

Paul and Roger was only brought as a reminder that we should VALUE OUR LIVES. The rest was speaking in general. 

Now who is being the judgemental one?  How do you know Jane Doe isn't a drug addict because her parents introduced her to drugs before she even knew what drugs meant?  Which in that case makes her a victim and involved in circumstances beyond her control.   Yes, she is an ultimate victim, but she will die how she lived. 

Just as Paul is a victim of a tragic car accident.  Neither Jane Doe or Paul are better than each other, they just died the way they were meant to die.  

Quoting Amiehart62: So you thought it was appropriate to use Paul walker and roger Rojas as an example of carelessness?







Why not Jane doe who is lying in a ditch waiting to die from a drug overdose?





Why not the pimp who just got shot because he didn't turn a trick right.





Those would have been great examples for whatever message you're trying to portray.





You know they think a tire blew out.



Sounds like bad luck to me!



NOT, like in my examples, people who live wreck less lives, which is what you have said of these very blessed men that lost their lives.



Quoting PhantomRose88:

Being highly trained doesn't make anyone invincible or incapable of mistakes. Steve Irwin, highly trained animal expert died handling one of his animals.....

Point being, no matter how trained we are, how careful we are....we are all careless in one way or another and thinking we will be around to do everything we planned when in reality, death is right behind us. Make the most of your last moments. 

Quoting Amiehart62: He was highly trained in handling a vehicle.











It wouldn't have been like you behind the seat of a race car.





You risk your life everyday getting into your car.








You risk your life everyday walking across a street or down a street that isn't well lit.








I suppose you are careless as well.





Quoting PhantomRose88:

Careless,  as in his love for speed and driving fast cars. He even stated so himself. 

Quoting Amiehart62: You have judged a man you don't care to learn anything about.







And yes saying that he was "careless" with his life is a judgement on your part.











You judged him and harshly considering he was so giving with his wealth.







He was blessed.











You must jus be really bad at making points.











The only point you have made in this thread is that you posted about someone you knew nothing about, and didn't cared to know anything about.











Like you walk on water or something 😒















Quoting PhantomRose88:

Please tell me where I said this man is a good or bad person?  Not once did I say anything about his character. About whether his death was righteous or not, that's between him and God. To us it looked horrific, but, for him maybe it was a mercy. It was his time to leave the earth and God took him while doing something he loved.   All I have been saying,is that this could have been anyone of us and we should value our lives before we lose it. 

Quoting Amiehart62: OP needs to do some research.














Both of the men that died did for others.



















Roger Rojas had car shows every month to benefit the needy.









Paul walker bought a soldier's gf her wedding ring because the soldier couldn't afford one before deployment.














They lived righteous lives,









She is just mistaken









Quoting Anonymous:

This a creepy post!!!





liliana5
by Member on Dec. 2, 2013 at 10:02 PM

I totally disagree! 

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