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Narrate it to us

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Narrate it to us

Narrate: This guy has been old all my life 2000 201 DID HE WALK OUT OF THE FUCKING WOMB WITH SALT AND PEPPER HAIR READY TO NARRATE A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPECIAL ON GLOBAL WARMING?
Narrate: This guy has been old all my life
 2000
 201
DID HE WALK OUT OF THE FUCKING WOMB WITH SALT AND PEPPER HAIR READY TO NARRATE A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPECIAL ON GLOBAL WARMING?

DID HE WALK OUT OF THE FUCKING WOMB WITH SALT AND PEPPER HAIR READY TO NARRATE A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPECIAL ON GLOBAL WARMING?

Narrate: old, female and other public info Friend list and 611 others Relationships Your loved ones and other family members on Facebook. Relationship interests Your relationship details. Birthday August Work history Telerx, Self-Employed and 8 others Status updates Your status updates Education history Montreat College, Erskine College and 1 other Linto 3 <p>Internet security PSA: Do you have a Facebook? Do you even have an old Facebook you don&rsquo;t get on much anymore but it still there? If the answer is yes, then there is a better than average chance that there are dozens if not hundreds of apps and websites that have unrestricted access to your personal information. When I first thought to check into my app permissions, I was floored to see how much information and data apps I haven&rsquo;t used in years still had access to. Photos, birthdate, friends lists, statuses, the list goes on. Above is a screenshot of just some of the permissions I saw a random app I used when I was 16 had. Of course a lot of this happened in my early days of Facebook when I was far less careful about being safe online. We&rsquo;ve all seen those little games and quizzes pop up on Facebook like &ldquo;which Game of Thrones character are you&rdquo; or &ldquo;how would Morgan Freeman narrate your life&rdquo;. Every one of these Apps and websites can be built by malicious hackers and used to gain access to profile information. And almost no one thinks to go in and revoke the permissions after they&rsquo;re done playing. To revoke or limit your permissions, go to settings &gt; Account settings &gt; apps.</p>
Narrate: old, female and other public info
 Friend list
 and 611 others
 Relationships
 Your loved ones and other family members on
 Facebook.
 Relationship interests
 Your relationship details.
 Birthday
 August
 Work history
 Telerx, Self-Employed and 8 others
 Status updates
 Your status updates
 Education history
 Montreat College, Erskine College and 1 other
 Linto
 3
<p>Internet security PSA:

Do you have a Facebook? Do you even have an old Facebook you don&rsquo;t get on much anymore but it still there? If the answer is yes, then there is a better than average chance that there are dozens if not hundreds of apps and websites that have unrestricted access to your personal information.

When I first thought to check into my app permissions, I was floored to see how much information and data apps I haven&rsquo;t used in years still had access to. Photos, birthdate, friends lists, statuses, the list goes on. Above is a screenshot of just some of the permissions I saw a random app I used when I was 16 had. Of course a lot of this happened in my early days of Facebook when I was far less careful about being safe online. We&rsquo;ve all seen those little games and quizzes pop up on Facebook like &ldquo;which Game of Thrones character are you&rdquo; or &ldquo;how would Morgan Freeman narrate your life&rdquo;. Every one of these Apps and websites can be built by malicious hackers and used to gain access to profile information. And almost no one thinks to go in and revoke the permissions after they&rsquo;re done playing.

To revoke or limit your permissions, go to settings &gt; Account settings &gt; apps.</p>

<p>Internet security PSA: Do you have a Facebook? Do you even have an old Facebook you don&rsquo;t get on much anymore but it still ther...

Narrate: I want love that will say: "not even death will do us part because we'll be reunited in jannah" IN SHA ALLAFH A Real Story (When dream comes true) . I would like to narrate how I got married, since I’ve been getting lot of questions regarding this matter, and I hope it would clear the misconceptions that many have regarding marriages that take place in Shaam. . After two months in Shaam, I finally think about getting married because life without a Mahram is quite hard and it can cause fitnah. When I told this matter to one of my best friend, she was the happiest person because I was never interested before. . She spoke this matter to her husband. The husband told her that one of his friend is looking for a wife, and described about him to my friend. So, my friend told me about his personality and her husband told him (my husband) about mine. Initially I had a little doubt, till my friend said something that really made my heart ease and peace. . "Shams, you always tell me about your father and how much you love him. Don’t you think, this man sounds exactly like your father?" . That night, I was unable to sleep. I looked at my father’s picture and asking myself am I really ready for this. I made salatul Istikharah and put my full trust in Allāh. . For the next few days, I feel very much ease about this matter. So I spoke to my father, and he said he’s happy as long I’m. . One night, my best friend knocked my door and before I could answer her, she opened the door and jumped on me. She told me that her husband has spoken to his friend, and his friend is interested in marrying me even without looking at me. I was astonished, and I told her that, I too agreed for the marriage. She hugged me and cried and kept saying how much she’s happy with my decision. Wallahi, I felt she acted like my mother and it was an emotional night. . The next morning I was very much shocked because my friend told me that her husband and his friend will come to our house to see me. This is a sunnah practice, called ‘Nadra-Shar’eeah’ which means, to see the bride’s face before the marriage. When she told me about this matter, I was nearly fainted. I couldn’t believe it could be this soon, and I wasn’t ready at all. She comforted me and told me everything will be alright. 👇
Narrate: I want love that will say:
 "not even death will do us
 part because we'll be
 reunited in jannah"
 IN SHA ALLAFH
A Real Story (When dream comes true) . I would like to narrate how I got married, since I’ve been getting lot of questions regarding this matter, and I hope it would clear the misconceptions that many have regarding marriages that take place in Shaam. . After two months in Shaam, I finally think about getting married because life without a Mahram is quite hard and it can cause fitnah. When I told this matter to one of my best friend, she was the happiest person because I was never interested before. . She spoke this matter to her husband. The husband told her that one of his friend is looking for a wife, and described about him to my friend. So, my friend told me about his personality and her husband told him (my husband) about mine. Initially I had a little doubt, till my friend said something that really made my heart ease and peace. . "Shams, you always tell me about your father and how much you love him. Don’t you think, this man sounds exactly like your father?" . That night, I was unable to sleep. I looked at my father’s picture and asking myself am I really ready for this. I made salatul Istikharah and put my full trust in Allāh. . For the next few days, I feel very much ease about this matter. So I spoke to my father, and he said he’s happy as long I’m. . One night, my best friend knocked my door and before I could answer her, she opened the door and jumped on me. She told me that her husband has spoken to his friend, and his friend is interested in marrying me even without looking at me. I was astonished, and I told her that, I too agreed for the marriage. She hugged me and cried and kept saying how much she’s happy with my decision. Wallahi, I felt she acted like my mother and it was an emotional night. . The next morning I was very much shocked because my friend told me that her husband and his friend will come to our house to see me. This is a sunnah practice, called ‘Nadra-Shar’eeah’ which means, to see the bride’s face before the marriage. When she told me about this matter, I was nearly fainted. I couldn’t believe it could be this soon, and I wasn’t ready at all. She comforted me and told me everything will be alright. 👇

A Real Story (When dream comes true) . I would like to narrate how I got married, since I’ve been getting lot of questions regarding this...