A mulaqat with Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper) and Khuddam students from Canada. Recorded on October 3, 2021.
Q1: Due to Covid 19 there has been an increase in various mental health conditions especially in students. What advice would you give to Ahmadi Youth to cope with such issues?
Q2: Hazrat Masih Maood (as) mentions that followers of his community will excel in knowledge and will confound all others with the light of truth, reasoning and science. How can we become a part of these blessed members?
Q3: I am a post graduate student, I want to know the best way for a student to manage obligations towards Khilafat, his family, his studies and his physical and mental health?
Q4: Some of us Khuddam feel the time that we are ready for marriage, however, when we discuss with our parents, we are often discouraged and told that you are not ready to carry this big responsibility. What is beloved Huzoor's advice on this on discussing this topic with our parents? Q5: The Promised Messiah (as) stated that human can not save himself from some sins or protect himself from Satan on his own, what activities can we do to get Allah's Help and stay protected from Satan?
Q6: How can a student who gets anxious in front of a crowd, be able to improve his public speaking skills?
Q7: Is the money that we send to friends and relatives considered sadqa?
Q8: With the current situation of the pandemic, we have seen a rise of technology and has great influence on our lives. What is Huzoor's guidance regarding the study of technological advantages and how can that help Jamat and serve humanity?
Q9: We as Khuddam take a pledge in which we say "faith over worldly pursuits". When you do Jamat work, there comes a point where it is hard to balance school and Jamat work. Which one should be prioritized- Jamat work or school work?
Q10: How can an Ahmadi Muslim in the field of Law assist Jamaat, which area of Law does Huzoor recommend?
Q11: How can we convince our younger Khuddam brothers to pursue post secondary education instead of entering the workforce after high school?
Q12: In the western world it is considered unusual to get married within the family, to a cousin. This generation is beginning to adopt Christian ways of getting married. As a Muslim is it encouraged to get married to a cousin or does Islam gives right to get married within another family in the Jamaat?