A Muslim should strive to attain a strong body, good character, cultured thought. He should be able to earn a living, have pure belief, and correct worship. He should be able to control his desires,
If He (God) takes you away from people, then know that He is opening to you the doors of His Company. And if He allows you to ask, then know that He wants to give you something.
Physical discomfort is one of the excuses people put forward for not following the religion of Allah. For example, a person who is unwilling to worship Allah claims to be ill when he is really perfect
Good intentions are not enough. Sometimes you offer a sincere advice to a Muslim brother or sister, but the way you present the advice may be not so friendly; it might alienate people rather than attr
Given freedom of will, judgment is inevitable. The human being must give an account of his conduct and must face the consequences of how he lives his life. Obviously, to be judged fairly, this judgmen
Islam emphasizes a balanced outlook in all aspects of our lives. As human beings, we are created with higher level and lower level desires and we are given guidance as to how to go about satisfying th
It is amazing how many opportunities of forgiveness are available to you on daily bases through Prayers. At every stage of Salah, there is a chance of forgiveness: Wudu’, walking to the Masjid, pray
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