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Why Do I Love Allah?

To Him belong the most beautiful Names and Attributes. He accepts what is little and forgives a lot The more I know Allah, the more my love for Him grows and my desire to have more knowledge of His Perfect Names and Attributes increases. If I spend my entire lifetime pondering His Attributes, I will …

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Does God Love Us All Unconditionally?

Short Answer: God loves humans but hates their sins. This means that although bad deeds merit God’s disapproval and subsequent punishment, they also invoke His infinite mercy on a weak creature whom He has lovingly created, to whom He has given life, and whom He has nurtured with gifts and bounty. Salam Dear Brother, Thank you for your question …

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Umm Zakiyyah: When Love and Worship Collide

From the Journal of Renee I returned from the masjid to my college dormitory room late Saturday night, shaken and moved.  I glanced at the clock.  It was three minutes after ten. Where had the time gone? I slowly shut my eyes, hoping to digest everything better that way. I let the events of the …

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I'm Narcissistic; How Can I Love Allah?

Answer: As-Salam `Alaykum Brother, I can truly feel your loneliness and your pain. You are likely also very critical of yourself. The core issue for someone who suffers from narcissism is that constant feeling that “I am not good enough”. It is true that our personalities are shaped by what we experience in the environments …

Story of the Princess & the Construction Worker

Can a princess marry a construction worker? What is the real meaning of freedom in Islam? Sister Muslema Purmul starts this excellent talk with a very interesting story of a princess and a construction worker. Once upon a time there was a new big grand mosque being built… When we let go of certain bad …

Only a Sound Heart Leads to Peace ...

What are the signs of a sound heart? Do you have a sound heart? How do we avoid true impoverishment of the soul? Sister Yasmin Mogahed starts with this last question, then goes on to reflect on the way to inner peace. “No one likes to fall. And few people would ever choose to drown. …



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