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
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...
How many times do you come to a crossroad in your life? You get this feeling that whatever choice you make will affect the rest of your life. There is excitement and fear.
Do you smile as you learn Islam? Infusing humor in learning is not only a great way to learn – but an effective way for messages to get communicated. Humor breaks down barriers of communication...
"Let it not be that the day that you fast and the day that you break fast be equal." Before doing something, ask yourself 'Does Allah love this action? Is Allah pleased with this action?'
Will Ramadan just be a happy memory? Or will we carry the spirit of Ramadan forward the rest of the year? How can we continue to live some of the blessings we experienced in Ramadan?
Ramadan is over, how do we maintain what we’ve achieved in Ramadan as we go about in our daily lives? How do we avoid being overly immersed in the world?
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