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    Do we have the right to forcefully stop our friends from doing something that we know is bad for them......only out of love for them....

    #2
    Nova ji, do you really think it's a question of right?

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      #3
      Nova..adab..yes we have the right to stop him or her from doing bad thing,accha dost wohi hota hai jo apna dost ko sida rasta dekhya...that person might not like it..but in long run he/she will realize that my friend was right.... http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/wink.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/wink.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/wink.gif

      dil..dilse..dil to akhir dil hai na

      [This message has been edited by dilse (edited June 20, 2000).]

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        #4
        roman ,
        sir jee tussien , "is it appropriate" samajh lavoo"
        Dilse,
        so we are assuming that we know him better then he does....and will force him even if he/she is unhappy......and if everyone does it to their friends , we would all be unhappy.....isnt it...

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          #5
          The question is

          Can we stop ourselves from stopping themselves? And if we did...would we still be ourselves?

          ok you asked for it...

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            #6

            But in my openion you should let the other do whatever he wants to, he'll learn better from the experience. Oh well, you can TELL him whats right and what's wrong in your openion and leave the decision to that guy. Nahien? http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif

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              #7
              But the thing is its not just a 'guy or a gal', not just a person. Its someone u know, someone u care about, someone u don't want to see get hurt. Isn't there something within us that hates to see those we love get hurt, no matter if its for their good or otherwise. Maybe the smart thing to do would be to tell the person whats right/wrong in your opinion and just let them go.......but would that really be the honest thing to do??? I mean if you did that, ie. 'just let them go', would you really be true/loyal to that person, and also yourself?

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                #8
                taali aik haath say nahiN bajti

                till ur friend "agrees" with u and decides to follow whatever u think is right for him/her, u can't really force them...

                as a sincere friend, u can constantly tell them bout what u think is right, and what u think might happen if he/she goes on around as they are, eventually gettin hurt...

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Clementine:

                  But in my openion you should let the other do whatever he wants to, he'll learn better from the experience. Oh well, you can TELL him whats right and what's wrong in your openion and leave the decision to that guy. Nahien? http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif


                  I agree with you.... Give them the best advice and then let them decide...

                  And I don't think you can actually STOP anyone from doing anything these days...
                  at the end of the day they will do what they want...
                  Sometimes the friendship can desolve and cause rifts between loved ones.. coz it's hard for us to stand back and let our loved one do something that will ruin their lives...
                  but Like they say bhalayee ka zamana hi ni hai... so do your bit and leave them to it.. http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/frown.gif


                  MS
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                    #10
                    Prophet Muhammad (S) said that if you're a true friend, then you have the responsility to inform your friend everytime he/she is doing something wrong.

                    so yeah, you, as a friend, do have a right to (nicely) critique the person that they're potentially in a mess.
                    do whatever you can ....

                    um, as for the (personal) explanation behind it...i'm running late so maybe antoher time http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif

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                      #11
                      Begum Sahib..adab..what i maan to say that if you know someone who is dong bad and he is your friend,you should try to stop him from doing that bad think,say you know your friend is on drugs or alcoholic or what ever,you should try to talk it with and try to help him out in getting away from that bad stuff...it depends how much courage you got.....yes mem sahiba..you can stop him...waisa ap ka kia hal hai janab...what si cooking.... http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/wink.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/wink.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smile.gif


                      dil..dilsee..dil to akhir dil hai na

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                        #12
                        As Kohal said:

                        "Prophet Muhammad (S) said that if you're a true friend, then you have the responsility to inform your friend everytime he/she is doing something wrong."

                        Bingo. If you are their true friend you will advice them to watch their actions in the most polite way possible. Wether they take your advice or not, is upto them.

                        There is a saying,
                        you can tell someone to write, but you CAN NOT make them hold a pencil and do the work for them. Guidance is your job, accepting or rejecting is completely theirs.

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