A habit is like a well-worn path made by pedestrians through the woods. Once a path is established, you will not easily be coaxed into taking another route unless your attention is drawn to a path that is clearly much shorter or more comfortable...
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Sometimes when we’re experiencing hardships in our lives we fail to see Allah’s wisdom and mercy in the hardships. We become consumed with the hardship itself. However difficult the hardships may be, Allah always helps the believers and intends good for them.
We should always care about our faith, and if our spouse is dragging us down, we must put importance on the matter. It is crucial, especially for all new Muslims, to have a devoted pious spouse that can uplift them and help strengthen their faith.
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Overeating is something that plays a part in obesity. Allah tells us in the Quran to not be excessive in our eating. The key thing to remember is to eat what you need to fulfill your stomach, rather than indulge for the sake of eating something that tastes good.
In order to attain barakah in life, it stands to reason that a believer should firstly strive to please Allah, in every aspect of it. They should strive to keep their faith pure, and their actions righteous; aiming for sustained, gradual increase in both.
The utmost motivation for your good deeds is to gain Allah's Mercy, for it is the ultimate Divine Bestowal. Allah's Mercy upon you means that you are spiritually stable, happy, secured, satisfied, wise, and that you have a disciplined household, a pious wife and dutiful children.
After conversion to Islam, there are many choices ahead of new Muslims. Some new Muslims start to learn the basics of their new religion and way of life from authentic sources. Others focus on how to cut their relations with their families because they remind them of their past.
The productive way to prepare is to make remembering death soften your hard heart, to make remembering death an inspiration for you to leave bad habits and let the thought of death motivate you to do the best you can.
New Muslims tend to marry quickly after taking their shahadah. They think that their spouse can help them grow and learn the deen better. This is not always the case. Marriage in the first years is difficult, regardless if religion is a factor or not.
Although death may take us at any age, parents are often elderly and as such require special care and attention. Even though the rigors of old age may cause parents to be demanding, impatient or petulant, a Muslim is still obligated to treat then with kindness and to look after them lovingly.