I was concerned with the hundred million things I didn't know and worried deeply if this knowledge would be expected of me. Would I need to start praying immediately? I was concerned with the hundred million things I didn't know and worried if this knowledge would be expected of me. Would I have to wear hijab right away?
Be prepared, because you will certainly encounter people that will watch every move you make, how you dress, what you say, where you go, who you talk to, and every other aspect of your life as if you are under investigation for something.
Creating a routine can do amazing things to bring stability and ease pressure. If you plan things out, you can organize your actions, thoughts, and will slowly find yourself feeling good, instead of feeling behind in your progress.
How equipped are young people to, not only, cope with what is going on, but to actually try to redress the damage done by generations already passed? What will spending hours every day sitting in front of various forms of screens do to help them on their way?
Change for new Muslims is never easy. Most need to adapt gradually. Each person has a very different situation, environment, and circumstance than the other, so do what works for you.
It would be wonderful if there was one answer that could be given to that question: “How can I tell my parents that I have become a Muslim?”, but the truth is that there isn’t a single answer.
Free yourself, free your soul, free your body and mind from harm, and don't allow Satan to tempt your nafs, and you will find the ultimate freedom of all kind with Allah as your guard against his attacks.
The spouse should try to find ways to work around the holidays, allowing their revert spouse to visit family 'around' the time of the holiday.
How can we be productive after converting to Islam and keep a balance in life? No one expects you to become a scholar in one month. Approaching Islam step by step is actually the best way...
It’s true that there are challenges in today’s society and you feel at ends with practicing your deen. But this generation – your generation – is blessed with numerous resources to learn about Islam (and make it time-efficient), meet like-minded friends...
Take it upon yourself to be an Ambassador of your religion to live and breathe as best as possible, the way Prophet Muhammad did, and to convey the message of our deen with kindness and compassion.