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Nothing is Ever Wasted

Nothing is Ever Wasted

This feeling of failure is actually a deception from Satan to deter us from trying. He promotes neglect: “Don’t work on your relationship with your parents, they’ll never change,” and makes us doubt: “do you really think that your tiny effort is going to have an effect?”...

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These Facts will Change the Way You Sleep

These Facts will Change the Way You Sleep

What is the importance of the expression “moving them on right and left”? Why is this detail mentioned in the verse? Surely there must be an importance of this expression since it is included in the Quran as there is no unimportant thing within it. So what wisdom does turning on right and left sides in sleep have?

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Keeping Calm is a Skill

Keeping Calm is a Skill

Those who possess a measure of calm did not attain that skill overnight. They learned it after many attempts and just as many failures. They certainly suffered from indecision and disappointment on many occasions. However, they never gave up trying to better themselves...

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Relapsing in Faith – A Major Concern

Relapsing in Faith – A Major Concern

Feeling secure of one’s faith can easily lead to pride and self-conceit which can easily lead to a feeling of independence from Allah Almighty, which in reality is the complete antithesis of true servitude (ubudiyah). This is because servitude is based on recognizing one’s need of Allah...

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6 Secrets to a Happy Marriage

6 Secrets to a Happy Marriage

The Islamic way of approaching marriage is so amazing as it makes you think rationally and not emotionally about who you choose to marry, due to the limited contact you have with them. It’s sets itself in between the dating path or arranged marriage paradigm that are both flawed.

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5 Obstructions to Clear Thinking

5 Obstructions to Clear Thinking

There are a number of obstructions that inhibit our ability to think. They keep us from correcting our misunderstandings and constitute the most important obstacles to our proper understanding of the Quran and the teachings of Islam. They keep us from properly appreciating...

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Why Do We Say Subhan Allah?

Why Do We Say Subhan Allah?

When we say subhan Allah (Glory be to Allah), we are glorifying Allah above any imperfection or deficiency. It is a declaration of His transcendence. One of Allah’s names is al-Subbuh. This can be translated as “the Most Glorified”. Allah is the One who possesses all glory...

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