to try is to fail - so good luck withr that.
the alternative is to take a road which isn't on the map and not worry about reaching a destination.
that is the key point dear crumble.."DO NOT WORRY ABOUT REACHING DESTINATION"
....... but ..try .. try .. try .. again and again.... and never stop trying..
well on those words on Apostasy Alternative
let me read this young man.. ..Syed Ali Imran... today he wrote a wonderful article on Sufi philosophy in Dawn
.. I will read that later but for now., let me read Apostasy Ruling and Its Justification In Twelver Shi'i Jurisprudence
in that he writes at the end
This presents an epistemological dilemma for the jurists. Here we see the need for a thorough discussion on the role of human rights, ethical and historical propositions within jurisprudence. Perhaps just like there exists general and specific jurisprudential principles that govern the deduction process of a jurist, serious discussions on principles of human rights and ethics need to be carried out which would then overlook and govern the deduction process. On the other hand, while with historical propositions the goal is to uncover the truth regarding the occurrence of an event, the same methodology and strict standard used in deriving law should not be applied or expected in one’s historical methodology. History as an independent subject has its set of rules and methodologies, and what role establishing binding proof plays in that (if any) is a question on its own. However, not enough work has been done on discussing the relationship of history as a subject whose propositions generally do not result in certainty, with jurisprudence.
]i\Shi’i jurisprudence prides itself in being flexible and adaptive to changing times. If that is the case, then these consequential methodological discussions would need to become mainstream if there is any hope for the counter-arguments to be taken seriously. Until then, the global impression towards the implementation of certain Islamic laws - particularly when there is room for discussion on them - will remain an area of concern in the modern contemporary world [/i]
well I may NOT agree with all that what he wrote at the link.. but I will agree with what he said at the end...