Obtaining knowledge is essential to growth in all aspects of life. What about gaining knowledge to prepare yourself for the Hereafter? Are you ready? And what good is knowledge if you never use it?
The worst advice I was given while being a new convert to Islam was: to take it easy, not to make it hard on myself. "You don't have to pray five times every day," they said. "Start with as many as yo
Can you control the feelings in your heart? We have a tremendous power to influence our hearts as long as we believe we can and know how to approach it.
This session is dedicated to “Ask About Islam”; Br. Idris Tawfiq, a well-known scholar, will reply to general questions about Islam including misconceptions and misinterpretations of Islamic conce
The new Muslim is often told that adopting an Islamic life means getting rid of bad habits that are outwardly obvious, like drinking or dating. Yes, we must break bad habits and stay far away...
In a culture that is warped with the need to be on top, in power and to be recognized, humans are losing the basic values of humanity with respect to education – to use knowledge to help others...
We want to be happy, and we can say whether we are or not, but can it really be defined, studied and measured? And can we use this learning to become happier?
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