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Pain, Sadness and Depression...How to Cope

Pain, Sadness and Depression...How to Cope

Why is pain useful? Pain, physical or emotional, indicates that there is a problem. It indicates something needs to be treated. Using painkillers only and ignoring the root causes of our problems is not useful or smart; it can cause further damage. It’s human to feel sad; however, there’s a difference between depression, devastation, despair …

Why Difficult Times?

Why Difficult Times? (7 Verses Tell the Answer)

Going through difficult times such as the ones we are going through as Muslims nowadays, it is quite comforting to read Allah’s promise in the Qur’an {Indeed with the difficulty there is an ease. Indeed with the difficulty there is an ease.} (Al-Inshirah 5-6) However a thought that comes to everyone’s mind is, Why do …

Bringing positive change in difficult times

Bringing Positive Change in Difficult Times

In this video we are given a beautiful reminder by Sheikh Yaser Birjas who highlights that opportunity is a set of circumstances that will make something possible. Have trust in Allah and we can make a lot of things happen through smart effort and understanding. Examples are given of the prophets before us who did …

Why Do Innocent People Suffer?

Why Do Innocent People Suffer?

Why do innocent people suffer? What is the crime of young children caught up in war and chaos? Humanity starts wars, then asks why God doesn’t stop them. With everything going on around us, Imam Omar Suleiman sought to briefly address the question of suffering in this Friday’s khutbah.

Elevation by Tribulation: Uhud & Us

Can we benefit from hardships? How did the Qur’an handled the bitter experience that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and his Companions faced in the Battle of Uhud? Nouman Ali Khan discusses emotional stories and lessons from the Battle of Uhud.

How to Overcome Difficult Times (Part 1/2)

True believers are the most patient among all human beings, the most steadfast in hard times, and the most contented in calamities. This can be understood in light of the following: Life is short They realized the shortness of this present life compared with the eternity of the hereafter and, therefore, they did not wish …



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