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  • Islam's Care about Private Sanctities

    Islam urged the preservation of sanctities with all their different social forms, including preserving the tongue from backbiting and tale bearing as well as preserving lives, properties, and honors. The Prophet  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) said: O you people who believe with their tongues while faith has not entered their hearts, do not backbite.. More

  • Ways we can cope with our own illness-I

    Always keep in mind that trials are inevitable and people deal with trials in a variety of ways. Allah Says (what means):“And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient, who, when disaster strikes them, say, 'Indeed we belong to Allah, and indeed to.. More

  • Ways we can cope with our own illness-II

    Be confident that Allah knows what is best for you: You should place your trust in Allah and must remember that you do not know the wisdom behind this trial, perhaps it will make you stronger and lead you on a path to a better life. We should never limit Allah’s wisdom.. More

  • Love Your Brother for the Sake of Allah

    In our contemporary society, friends are made at school, at work, in neighborhoods and even over the Internet. Friends are made and kept for a variety of reasons. People make friends with others who share common interests, hobbies, and even vices. The final goal of a friendship is often simply company, a desire to spend time with someone, or doing something.. More

  • Perfecting our character

    Having good morals and manners is an essential requisite of our faith—and that takes much thought and effort. The Beloved Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam (may Allah exalt his mention), said: “The best amongst you are the best in character and manners.” (Al-Bukhari) Improving our character, however, is not at.. More

  • Sincerity in intention

    Sincerity has been interpreted as being upright, sincere, truthful, pure, distant from show and ostentation in one's intention and conduct, and being closed to the things that cloud or foul one's heart. Purity of intention, straightforwardness in thoughts, not pursuing any worldly purposes in relations with Allah, and loyalty in servitude to Him are.. More

  • A time for strengthening the family bond

    The Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, said: “No one who severs the ties of kinship will enter Paradise.” [At-Tirmithi] The religion of Islam places great importance on maintaining the ties of kinship between family members. All Muslims are to show kindness, generosity, and respect toward both their nearest and most distant relatives,.. More

  • Etiquette and behavior towards Allah

    A Muslim thinks about the countless blessings that Allah has bestowed upon him. He considers the numerous bounties that Allah has given him -- from the time when he was a “drop of fluid” in his mother’s womb. These bounties continue until he meets His Lord. Therefore, a Muslim must thank Allah for these countless bounties with his.. More

  • Etiquettes of Supplicating - II

    The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, used to invoke Allah The Exalted saying: “Allahumma anta rabbi la ilaaha illa ant, khalaqtani wa ana ‘abduk, wa ana ‘ala ‘ahdika wa wa‘dika mastata‘t, a‘oothu bika min sharri maa sana‘t, aboo’u laka bini‘matika, wa aboo’u laka bithanbi.. More

  • The Muslim is in the shadow of his charity

    Once upon a time, there was a man named Ibn Gud‘aan. He related his story: 'I once went out during the spring and I saw my camels healthy and with big udders that were filled with milk. I looked at my favorite she-camel and told myself that I would offer it as charity for my poor neighbor, who had seven daughters. I took it and knocked on my poor.. More

  • Hold That Tongue!

    Out of the several ways people harm each other, the harms of the tongue are the most widespread. Harming others by one's tongue is a heinous act that can only be committed by evil people or those who have given in to the evil whispers of Satan. Some of the evils of the tongue that we have been warned against in the Quran and Sunnah (Prophetic tradition).. More

  • How to handle burdens

    We all have stress and burdens in our daily lives. Whether it is school or work or just the trials of life, we carry much on our shoulders. Some of us carry our own loads and some of us carry loads that we share with others, such as health problems, personal family issues, financial dilemmas, marital discord, employment troubles, and the list could.. More

  • Sincerity and Its Fruits - II

    If a servant strives against himself until he does not care about life and the praise and commendation of people and dedicates all his worship to Allah The Almighty, he will be one of the people of sincerity whose every action, word, love and hatred is for the sake of Allah The Almighty alone. The inward and outward actions of such a person are purely.. More

  • Sincerity and Its Fruits-I

    Allah The Almighty has created all of creation to worship Him, and He sent Messengers to people so they would worship Him alone with no partner. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): • {And they were not commanded except to worship Allah, [being] sincere to Him in religion} [Quran 98: 5] • {And We sent not before you any messenger except.. More

  • Parents: Precious Blessings in our Life

    Allah, The Almighty, has made our parents the cause of our existence and made them the source of providing us with unparalleled love and a sound upbringing. However, when we grow up, we tend to forget the period of our infancy and childhood and disregard their efforts. What ingratitude can be worse than this? The very least we can do for our parents.. More