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Why Should a Born Muslim Practice Islam?

Why Should a Born Muslim Practice Islam?

Some of the mistakes I made in paths and choices will follow me the rest of my life. Yet, for me, I must say there must have been a bit of an open door to guidance in my heart. Allah slowly opened this door till I could see the light of Islam compared to the darkness of the sea of desires...

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Numb Hearts?

Numb Hearts?

The sweetness of faith is a special thing, not like anything else we've ever tasted. It is not a sweetness felt on the tongue, it is a sweetness felt in the heart. But what happens when our hearts no longer taste the sweetness of the faith?

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Wisdom: A Fresh Look at Islam (Part 1)

Wisdom: A Fresh Look at Islam (Part 1)

Wisdom dictates that when a particular information does not fit the time and place nor serve the purpose, that information should not be addressed. This faculty of wisdom in today’s world is a science called Reliability, or the study of how reliable an act or a design is.

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Surrender: The Pens Have Been Lifted

Surrender: The Pens Have Been Lifted

It is this strong faith which can keep us focused on the fact that God alone controls all destinies and has ultimate power over all things. Remembering that fact alone at the moment of affliction can help us in conquering the pain and provide the hope and the energy needed to keep moving forward.

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Feeling Measured on Faith?

Feeling Measured on Faith?

One revert sister Aisha, stated: “I am of those who chose an Islamic name because my past is something I want to disassociate with, and have taken on a new identity. Islam has transformed my life, so I chose a name to reflect my transformation."

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