In The Name Of God The Most Merciful, Most Compassionate

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Mar17

From good character is to never impose on others

By: Shaykh Zulfiqar Ahmad Naqshbandi (may Allah elevate him). Source: Tasawwuf.org Always stay clear of causing distress to the heart of another being as this will lead to loss of blessings in your life. Imam Thanwi (Allah grant him mercy) writes about an incident where his wife needed to attend a gathering at her relatives. His wife requested from him to feed the fowls that she had in her care, to throw grain for them and provide fresh water as was her daily habit. Imam Thanwi (Allah grant him mercy) agreed to see to it that the birds will get their daily feed. On the appointed day, his wife left. Now, work that a person is not used to doing as a part of his daily schedule easily slips...

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Mar16

7 things you need to know about Surah Al Kahf

  By: Jamiatul Ulama Source: Jamiatul Ulama Bismillah Rabbi Zidnee Ilman “My Lord! Increase me in knowledge.” I would like us all to have a little basic knowledge about this Surah. Some simple facts that every person  should know and “remember”. The intention and motive of this challenge is to please Allah alone, to follow Messenger ﷺ and to seek protection from the fitna of Dajjal. Lets remember any action which is not intended for the sake of Allah brings no reward to the one who does it.  The purpose of memorizing these Ayaat and to benefit from its tafseer should not be to show off. On the authority of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), who said: I heard the Messenger...

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Mar15

Curing anger

By: Imam Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali Source: Beautiful Islam The Qur’an and Hadith contain cures for anger. Medicine removes the root cause of disease. When Jesus (as) was asked to define the most difficult thing, he replied: “Allah’s wrath.” John the Baptist (Yahya, as) then asked: “What moves one closer to His wrath?” and Jesus replied: “Anger.” Yahya than asked: “What grows and increases anger?” and Jesus said: “Pride, prestige, hope for honor, and haughtiness.” Self-conceit, self-praise, jest and ridicule, argument, treachery, and greed for wealth and fame exacerbate anger. Those who combine these characteristics within...

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