All was going well in my new adopted country. But one thing totally got me by surprise! Whenever I rode in a taxi, some drivers would ask me where I was from. I would say Iran. They would immediately
Islam teaches that kindness is never wasted and that what goes around comes around. The Prophet instructed Muslims to start with the elderly when serving food and drink, and give them the best seats.
When I arrived in Makkah, the first sight of the Ka’bah was overwhelming. There, I acquainted with pilgrims from every nation imaginable and from places previously unknown to me.
How often do we recall the events of our lives? How can we let such recollections help us to improve the way we speak so this can impact on the way we think and conduct ourselves?
Any small move towards God will bring Him close; even our sins are not a barrier to His engagement in our life for He has promised to provide forgiveness. The only barrier is our decision...
North California where I lived there were no mosques or Islamic centers. I had no one to help me. I only had me and Allah and I was taking on a very hard task! I never talked about the Shia/Sunni conf
I am thankful God blessed me with those beautiful sixteen years with my dad. He was not mine to keep and to God we all return. As soon as I adopted this thought the grief was lifted...
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