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How to Know That Your Love is Purely for Allah?

Love for the sake of Allah is attaching your heart to Allah and being kind and gentle to His creation. It’s loving those who bring you closer to Allah. Love for the sake of Allah means you want the best for your loved one and you want them to be the best they can be.

The War Within: Purifying Yourself for Ramadan (& Beyond)

Ramadan flips our daily routines – so our changed schedule reinforces the feeling that things are not “normal” this month. Along with that, we suppress our physical desires, and in doing so, our spiritual selves are purified, nourished, and grow naturally.

Does a Washing Machine Purify Clothes

Does a Washing Machine Purify Clothes?

Wa `alaykum As-Salamu waRahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.  All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. Dear questioner, we would like to thank you for the great confidence you place in us, and we implore Allah Almighty to help us serve His cause and …

6 Great Habits to Make your Life Easier

Be present, focus on the day you have, and know that even in hard times the longest day is only 24 hours. This will make your life much simpler if you take one day at a time. Use the present to work for your hereafter, and don’t let this chance pass you by— you don’t know if there will be a tomorrow.

Spiritual Benefits of Prayer

The discipline learned in the prayer is to be acquired in other aspects of one’s religious and mundane life as well. Just as we should not look around when praying, we should control our eyes outside of the prayer not to fall on forbidden objects. Just like we use our tongue to praise Allah, outside of the formal prayers we should not let it backbite or lie…

How I Learned to Love Wudu

It amazes me that among the wisdom teachings of every culture in the world, even among those groups with no prior contact with Islam, one can see evidence of the ways of Allah— His compassion, His wisdom, His loving presence, and his instructions to humanity…

Ablution: Message of Spirituality & Purity

Ablution, like all acts of worship, is a symbolic reflection of a person’s submission to God resulting out of love for Him. To God, ablution in itself is meaningless. The meaningful thing about it is His servant’s submission to Him. This continuous submission helps purify the soul and raise it to a blessed state.

I Found Islam in My New Career

I never knew a Muslim before this time, and I had certain preset ideas (all wrong I hasten to add) of what Islam was about. There was nothing in the behavior of the students that really impressed me…

Purity of Intentions

The Arabic term ikhlas literally means purity, which is used in the Quran to refer to various things. For example, a verse mentions the purity of milk: {We produce, for your drink, milk, pure and agreeable to those who drink it} (16:66) Purity in this verse refers to something that is natural, pure, wholesome, and not …



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