The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) taught us to help us with absolving our sins daily. If you incorporate them in your daily routine, they'll help you cleanse your heart, remain strongly connected with Allah Almighty and actively stay on the path of purification.
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Laziness is a disease of the heart which can paralyze the potential of a person. In the modern era of fast-food, high-speed internet, ...
What happens if the pleasures of this life suddenly become torments? How should one behave when struck by illness or injury? Of course, we accept our fate and try to bear the pain, sadness, or suffering patiently because we know with certainty that from this God will bring about much good.
Mu`adh ibn Jabal (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said,7 “Allah says, ‘My ...
Have you ever had that feeling of anxiety in your heart? What if it doesn’t work out? What if you never get over it? The truth is that we have all felt this way at some point in our lives. Sometimes, the uncertainty is just too much to bear, or the hardship of a moment prevents us from seeing any light at the end of the tunnel.
To see things in their real light is to grasp the real meaning of life and its multifaceted realities to which the Quran often alludes to by applying such terms as guidance, wisdom, knowledge and comprehension. On the contrary, to see things in a different way is to be blinded by their false 'attractiveness'...
One of the important characteristics of a Muslim is that he remains in a positive state of mind, whatever the circumstances. He tries for the best and look for wisdom. A Muslim is never in despair, not even in most difficult moments...
Adversity is a blessing in disguise from Allah because in those moments where everywhere we look around us, we don't see anything that remotely looks like hope, happiness, or success. Our intelligence increases our minds become purer, and we learn what life is truly about.
Loving Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) is not only a constituent of faith but a sign of true one. The ...
The postures of prayer are symbolic of humankind’s relationship with God. We stand and assert our existence, we bow to show humility and we prostrate in awe of our Creator’s Power and Strength. From this state of complete abasement we acknowledge our complete reliance on and need of God.
Allah says to him: “Didn't you know that you did this sin and I could see you (he did it in secret) and I could see you! Didn't you know this day will come? Didn't you know that today I will question you?” And he will say: “My Lord! I did…”
In his well-known book, Al-Hikam (Words of Wisdom), sheikh Ahmad Ibn `Ataa’illah As-Sakandari says: “If you seek an unending glory, seek it not in a ...