Post By longdistancebikerider » September 19th, 2013, 1:11 am • [Post 148] Frankie Frankie or Delta Delta, If T had died, if I understand it correctly they have a ritual for the death of their people which could not be hidden by a few, especially if that death was a man like T?
That being said why do the continue to try and act like T is dead. If T died, not only all in K would know it, but so would I, and the rest of the world. A death like that would not go unnoticed or silently.
Could you or Delta tell them were are tired of looking at squirrels :heeheehee: :heeheehee: :heeheehee: Let the wedding begin
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Post by Frank26 » September 19th, 2013, 9:30 am • [Post 225] Friend ........ There are many tactics in warfare. To say T is dead is the highest if not the BEST form of security for him.
Whether said by their media or us .......... It is just like WF's defense tactics against YOUR qts to them ........... At the present moment. KTFA, Frank
Post By RANSOM » September 19th, 2013, 2:01 am • [Post 154] When a Muslim is near death, those around him or her are called upon to give comfort, and reminders of God's mercy and forgiveness. They may recite verses from the Qur'an, give physical comfort, and encourage the dying one to recite words of remembrance and prayer.
It is recommended, if at all possible, for a Muslim's last words to be the declaration of faith: "I bear witness that there is no god but Allah."
Upon death, those with the deceased are encouraged to remain calm, pray for the departed, and begin preparations for burial. The eyes of the deceased should be closed, and the body covered temporarily with a clean sheet. It is forbidden for those in mourning to excessively wail, scream, or thrash about.
Grief is normal when one has lost a loved one, and it is natural and permitted to cry. When the Prophet Muhammad's own son died, he said: "The eyes shed tears and the heart is grieved, but we will not say anything except which pleases our Lord."
One should strive to be patient, and remember that Allah is the One who gives life and takes it away, at a time appointed by Him. It is not for us to question His wisdom.
Muslims strive to bury the deceased as soon as possible after death, avoiding the need for embalming or otherwise disturbing the body of the deceased. An autopsy may be performed, if necessary, but should be done with the utmost respect for the dead.
Washing and Shrouding
In preparation for burial, the family or other members of the community will wash and shroud the body. (If the deceased was killed as a martyr, this step is not performed; martyrs are buried in the clothes they died in.)
The deceased will be washed respectfully, with clean and scented water, in a manner similar to how Muslims make ablutions for prayer. The body will then be wrapped in sheets of clean, white cloth (called the kafan).
The deceased is then transported to the site of the funeral prayers (salat-l-janazah). These prayers are commonly held outdoors, in a courtyard or public square, not inside the mosque.
The community gathers, and the imam (prayer leader) stands in front of the deceased, facing away from the worshippers. The funeral prayer is similar in structure to the five daily prayers, with a few variations. (For example, there is no bowing or prostration, and the entire prayer is said silently but for a few words.)
The deceased is then taken to the cemetery for burial (al-dafin). While all members of the community attend the funeral prayers, only the men of the community accompany the body to the gravesite.
It is preferred for a Muslim to be buried where he or she died, and not be transported to another location or country (which may cause delays or require embalming the body). If available, a cemetery (or section of one) set aside for Muslims is preferred.
The deceased is laid in the grave (without a coffin if permitted by local law) on his or her right side, facing Mecca. At the gravesite, it is discouraged for people to erect tombstones, elaborate markers, or put flowers or other momentos. Rather, one should humbly remember Allah and His mercy, and pray for the deceased.
Loved ones and relatives are to observe a 3-day mourning period. Mourning is observed in Islam by increased devotion, receiving visitors and condolences, and avoiding decorative clothing and jewelry.
Widows observe an extended mourning period (iddah), 4 months and 10 days long, in accordance with the Qur'an 2:234. During this time, she is not to remarry, move from her home, or wear decorative clothing or jewelry.
When one dies, everything in this earthly life is left behind, and there are no more opportunities to perform acts of righteousness and faith.
The Prophet Muhammad once said that there are three things, however, which may continue to benefit a person after death: charity given during life which continues to help others, knowledge from which people continue to benefit, and a righteous child who prays for him or her.
DLR wrote on September 19th, 2013, 1:02 am: taking a chance ? for FRANK DO STILL WATCH THE EARLY MORNING HOURS/OR POSSIBLY DURING MARKET HOURS.......................................... THANKS DLR
Post By Frank26 » September 19th, 2013, 9:20 am • [Post 217] As a Team we start each day looking for a new rate from 2 to 4 am est. This due to their locations.
IMO ......... You should look each morning. Start here.......... Because if Team sees it ......... I will post it and You will see it with Your morning breakfast. Good qt......... ;) KTFA, Frank
INDYGUY wrote on September 19th, 2013, 1:00 am: Hey Frank....Sir Are you still decked out in white.......or has the color changed? INDYGUY
Post By Frank26 » September 19th, 2013, 9:24 am • [Post 220] We are still Brilliant White.
Just too many things to study to even consider conclusions right now. We are asking and gathering much. KTFA, Frank
mary cooper wrote on September 19th, 2013, 7:57 am: Image 11:28 19/09/2013
Gold jumps more than 4% after the Fed's decision
(Reuters) - Gold prices jumped more than 4 percent on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it would continue its program of bond purchases بوتيرته current amounting to $ 85 billion a month in a surprise to the financial markets, which were bracing for a reduction in the program the U.S. central bank to stimulate the economy.
The price of gold rose for immediate sale 4.2 percent to $ 1363.91 an ounce in late session التدول in the New York market, recovering more than $ 70 from its lowest level in six weeks of $ 1291.34 hit earlier in the session.
And U.S. futures rose gold $ 54.50 to $ 1363.90 an ounce. O, o
Post By Frank26 » September 19th, 2013, 9:35 am • [Post 227] Now look at Your Tuesday CC notes to further understand this pattern. KTFA, Frank
Post By harley_1 » September 19th, 2013, 11:56 am • [Post 257] Last night on Cavuto on FBN, it was stated that Bernake has lowered the inflation forecast for 2014. One of the commentators reported that the only way for inflation to lower is for global consumption to completely fall apart.
that would certainly seem to be what would happen when the USD takes a hit in value...i always thought lower dollar value - higher inflation, so i am a little confused on the commentary. Anyone?
Post By kittycat » September 19th, 2013, 12:11 pm • [Post 263] Frank/ Eagle 1 ....Speaking of Wells Fargo... on our local news this morning they mentioned that Wells Fargo is laying off... 200 in the Twin Cites and I believe 1500 total, in the mortgage departments..... what do you make of that?
Also they are talking again of a Government shut down.. October 1st.. interesting dates if nothing else.... is this the new "Squirrel" :eyeball: Thanks for all of the work that you do, to keep us informed!!
Post By mryantodd » September 19th, 2013, 12:17 pm • [Post 265] I didn't watch the segment on Cavuto last night, but I love to talk about macro-economics. It really is true that if you get a dozen economists in a room and ask a simple question, you will get 12 plausible (and different) answers.
To say there is only one way for inflation to lower is just ignorant. I consider myself only minimally informed on economics, but here is a list of potential causes for lower inflation (not comprehensive I'm sure) that came out of my simple mind:
1. The Central Bank could fix their inflationary monetary policies
2. People could stop buying goods and start saving more
3. Unemployment rates could increase and drive down demand without an adjustment in supply
4. Companies may be fearful of future economic conditions and increase manufacturing / inventory levels.... leading to increased supply, without a corresponding increase in demand... driving down pricing in the near-term
5. Increased taxes on companies could lead to higher total costs to consumers (cost of goods + taxes), requiring an adjustment on the the price of goods downward to bring the demand back in line. Inflation is only calculated on the sticker price of goods / services, and does not include taxes.
Therefore, increased taxes take the supply / demand out of balance and an adjustment must be made to correct this imbalance (either, the sticker price goes down to maintain demand at current cost to consumer levels OR demand goes down and cost to consumer remains higher).
Anyway, from what I have learned, most changes in inflation are man-made and temporary. The market will always find a way back to equilibrium and overtime, inflation will level off unless the external forces continue to be manipulated by outside forces (ie. government interference in a market, wars, manipulation by the Central banks, etc.). Hope this helps (but most likely just adds more confusion).
Post By NanaCarol » September 19th, 2013, 1:02 pm • [Post 279] kittycat, I believe it's because Abbot-Downing does have an office in Minneapolis https://www.wellsfargo.com/abbot-downing/