This is the last episode of Save Yourself series for this year. We have to believe in the Almighty and the last day by doing good deeds and obeying Allah. If we do not do the good deeds, we will be returned into insignificance.
Part of the desire to achieve tranquility has been embedded in ourselves. Allah put inside of us an emptiness that can only be filled by Allah.
With Ramadan occurring in one of the hottest months of the year for those of us in the northern hemisphere, and the one of the coldest times of the year for those in the southern hemisphere, our physical ability to handle weather extremes becomes an interesting topic to reflect upon.
Hats off to all mothers-to-be undertaking the fast during Ramadan.
The highlight of the Save Yourself series is Surah 49, Surah Al-Hujurat. In this verse, Allah tells us how we should behave in our everyday lives as Muslims. If we all read this beautiful surah we will learn so many lessons that will help save ourselves from the Hell fire! Mufti Menk explains in detail.
Ramadan is the month which signifies self-reform and abstention from one’s basic desires which in particular helps to understand ourselves in terms of patience, tolerance and our threshold levels from the worldly desires.
I returned to college that fall disappointed that I had not found the answers I was hoping for in Europe, but with a passion for a language I had only just learned about – Arabic. Ironically, I had stared right at the answers I was searching for, on the walls of the Alhambra.
Dr. Yasir Qadhi gives an emotional talk about the easiest way to enter Jannah! Whoever wants Allah to be pleased with him/her, they should be pleasing their parents. Allah will be angry if our parents are displeased with us.
Mufti Menk tells us how the angels are constantly praying for us. When we pray to Allah to seek forgiveness, the angels constantly tell Allah that this one is seeking forgiveness. They ask Allah to save us from Hell fire when we repent to Allah. We learn lessons from Al Mu’minun.
In this episode Mufti Menk teaches us how we can be friends with Allah. Ibrahim was a very close friend to Allah. How? He simply followed what Allah told him to do. What is halal is halal and what is haram is haram. We must stick to this, it is that simple. He also reminds …