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Klaudia Khan

Klaudia Khan is a freelance writer interested in all aspects of green living. She studied Sociology in London and now lives with her husband and two daughters in the UK and Pakistan.

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Psychotherapy

Tazkiyah in Age of Psychotherapy

This is an interview with AbdelRahman Mussa, the founder of iPersonal Enrichment newsletter and the Whims-I-Kill Tazkiyah course. AbdelRahman Mussa is both a graduate of Shari’ah and a therapist with more than 11 years of experience and his background in da’wah (Islamic spiritual activism). Q: Tazkiyah – It is the process of purifying the soul …

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Qurban

How Much Halal is Your Eid Qurban?

Allah has sent a ram as a sacrifice to ransom for Prophet Ibrahim’s son Ismail (PBUH). We sacrifice qurban in the name of Allah and distribute their meat among families, friends and poor. Several Muslim communities perform the Eid Adha sacrifice at homes or outdoor just outside homes. But increasingly, qurban takes place in abattoirs, …

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Distraction in the Age of Digital Addiction

Distraction in the Age of Digital Addiction

Prophets and wise men sought isolation and practiced contemplation. But this practice seems to be all but lost in the modern world, with people craving, and even becoming addicted to, distractions. It is hard to escape technology in the digital age. Most of us don’t want to. After all, we can do amazing things with …

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Rewiring the brain to stick to Ramadan resolutions

Rewiring Brain to Stick to Ramadan Resolutions

Ramadan is the perfect time to abandon bad habits, acquire good ones, ditch old routines, and make new starts. Ramadan motivates you to make plans to transform into a better version of yourself. It works for the first few days. Then, although your motivation wanes, your willpower keeps you going since your daily schedule is …

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