We need a Ramadan, a month of Tawbaah.
We need a Ramadan, a month of Maghfira.
We need a Ramadan to correct our behavior, to correct the differences & the difficulties and the envy / jealousies in our relationship between one another.
We need a Ramadan to understand that we have been committing injustice to one and another. And as the Prophet (pbuh) said : Continue Reading →
Human body is actually a combination of systems which work in a coordinated manner to keep you in a healthy and active state. There are natural defense mechanisms included in human body by Allah Almighty which work by killing the harmful and unwanted pathogens. But humans are prone to get ill and suffer from many different diseases throughout their lives. Continue Reading →
In Times Of Success We Presume That It Was Predictable
Most of us presume that success in predictable when we are constantly successful, and we forget that it was Allah who had blessed us with success. And in times of success we forget about Allah and think that the success that we achieve was bound to come. In those moments of success we should remember that Allah can turn success into failure in the blink of an eye. Continue Reading →
Wisdom is the solution to all problems in our life. Immanuel Kant, a renown philosopher has laid emphasis on wisdom by claiming it to be an organized way of life. The crucial experience one gains from life can be the key to success. It is no surprise that Quran treats wisdom as an important part of a person’s life. Continue Reading →
In Islam there are 3 main holidays: Eid Al-Adha, Eid Al-Fitr and Ramadan. Eid Al-Fitr is well known at the ending of Ramadan (a month of fasting), and Muslims sometimes offer charity on the occasion.
Eid Al-Adha is well known as pilgrimage (annual journey to Mecca), that is one in 5 pillars. Muslims sacrifice an animal and distribute its meat among family, friends and also the poor. All Muslim holidays follow the calendar, and so move every year depending to the calendar. The Muslim calendar has twelve months and 354 days on a year, and 355 days on an intercalary year. Continue Reading →
The Qur’an goes to great lengths to stress the need and obligation of Muslim unity. For instance, it states: And hold fast, altogether, to the rope of God and be not divided.[3:102] In another passage it says:Be not like the idolaters. Those who split up their religion and become sects, each party rejoicing in what it has. Continue Reading →