Alive Chat July 21, 2021 - #AliveAndThriving: Let's Get Some Traction In Hafiz Corner

In todays Alive Chat we will focus on getting some traction in Hafiz Corner, ask @hafiz34 a question and get the chat and conversation going.


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#AliveAndThriving: Let's Get Some Traction In Hafiz Corner

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❓What are the differences between Tribaldex and Hive-Engine?

They are just 2 interfaces to the same exchange, kind of like Hive.blog and PeakD for Hive.

As to their features, Tribaldex is newer and much more mobile friendly, plus that is also where HE is introducing new features.

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I found a little difference in the price of BRO on both sites. However, it seemed the same to as well.

You might see that if you try the market order on Tribaldex, HE don't have that feature, only limit orders.

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What are the differences between the two?

Limit orders are buy or sell orders at a set price, market orders are buy or sell orders set to be filled with an amount, and the price is then calculated by Tribaldex for that amount.

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So let's start, and as we have focused a lot of the chat subjects lately on tribe developments which have been a bit technical too it's time to get a bit more social here, and get the new Hafiz Corner going.

So ask @hafiz34 a question and get the conversation flowing.

Here is my question to Hafiz.

As you are celebrating Eid right now, can you explain a bit more what this celebration is about, the history and the reason for celebrating it?

Thank you very much for your question.

First of all, we need to keep in mind that it is a 100% religious festival. For us, we have two Eids (i.e. festival); one is called Eid Ul-Fitr (it took place 2 months and 10 days ago) and Eid Al-Adha (the current one).

It's not a ritual started by our last and final Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It goes way back to another great human being and Prophet of Allah, Ibrahim AS (known as Abraham in other faiths such as Christianity and Judaism). Allah tested him many times. At one point, he was commanded to sacrifice his most beloved. Without any second thought, Prophet Ibrahim proceeded to sacrifice his son Ismail AS. Allah was so pleased with him, to commemorate the incident, He made it a duty for every solvent Muslim to sacrifice an animal this time of every lunar month.

On the day of Eid Al-Adha, we do a few things; sacrificing an animal is one of them. The poor people of our society get a chance to eat meat this day coz one-third of the meat from the sacrificed animal has to be distributed to the poor. So, not only the rich but the poor also get meat on this day.

A note:
I am not an Islamic scholar. I have tried to share according to my knowledge. It can not be used as a reference. For reference, you have to go to authenticate scholars of Islamic knowledge.

Thank you for that explanation, @hafiz34! I had only ever heard of the first, Eid Ul-Fitr festival. I am curious about Ramadan. It seems to happen at different times in the year. Why is that? And is Eid Ul-Fitr the festival at the end of Ramadan?

It follows the lunar/Islamic calendar. It has, like the Gregorian calendar, 12 months. However, the months are either 29 days or 30 days, depending upon the moon sighting. None of the months reaches 31 days. Hence, in a year, the total days are 354 or 355, instead of 365 or 366. So, there are 10 days shorter in the Islamic calendar. In every subsequent year, an event, based upon the sighting of the moon, will take place approximately 10 days earlier, in comparison with the Gregorian calendar.
For example, this time Eid Al-Adha took place on the 20th of July. In 2022, it will take place around the 10th of July.

And Yes. Eid Ul-Fitr takes place at the end of the Month of Ramadan. That would be on the first day of the next Islamic month known as Shawwāl.

Good Morning, Hafiz and thank you for that information! I do enjoy learning about other cultures and religions. Have a wonderful day!😀
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It's my pleasure. Good to know that you are open-minded to learn a different culture and religion. !ALIVE

I do my best to be as open-minded as possible, Hafiz! Have a great day! 😀
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You too Lisa. ❤️

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Thank you very much for this answer Hafiz, now I know a lot more about Eid Al-Adha, it's history and why it is celebrated, I had no idea it went back all that far, and I hope that you have a great celebration yourself.

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You are welcome.
Nice to know that it helped to give you some new information.
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Hello everyone, well since the conversation started by @flaxz is related to the Islamic religion, I would like to ask @hafiz34 about the pilgrimage to "Mecca" where believers must go at least once in life, I have always wondered what happens to believers who can not go to this pilgrimage, do not they feel bad or incomplete for not making the pilgrimage?

It is not mandatory for every Muslim. For those who can bear the cost of travelling there, staying there and returning home, it is mandatory for them once in their lifetime.
We have 5 pillars of Islam.

  1. Declaration of faith
  2. Mandatory 5 times prayer (exception: state of unconsciousness, for females during their monthly cycles and until 40 days after childbirth)
  3. Fasting in the lunar month of Ramadan (there is also flexibility for some groups of people like sick ones or one who is travelling, they have to make up later)
  4. Charity or Zakat
  5. Hajj or pilgrimage to Makka

The last two are not mandatory for every Muslim.

Hope that it answers your question.

Interesting, thanks for the answer
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Yes. It seems that it is a difficult-to-follow religion, but actually not. If you are able to get the correct information, it is quite easy.

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