Deenspiration | May 25, 2020 | 0
One of the best signs of an accepted Ramadan is one’s ability to maintain the positive habits they developed for the rest of the year. The six fasts of Shawwal are a sure-fire way to prove to Allah that you mean business.Read More
Perhaps you have reached the final days of Ramadan and are in despair, as the first 20 days didn’t quite go as planned. Hope is not lost, Allah has not abandoned you, and there are some ways in which you can still maximise the time you have left within the Blessed Month.Read More
Often times we feel despair due to the fact that we’re unable to dedicated as much time towards worshiping Allah as we’d like. However, Allah has gifted us with easy deeds that we can perform that reap massive rewards. In this video, brother Usman shares a few that you can act upon every day.Read More
The last ten nights of Ramadan are the most valuable, as they contain the great Night of Power. Here’s a strong list of dos and don’ts to ensure you maximise your time and experience a transformational conclusion to the blessed month.Read More
From YouTube video binge-watching to endless scrolling on websites, and texting for hours – distractions are everywhere. Due to this, tasks that would normally take you an hour takes you many hours of time-wasting. Staying focused may seem impossible, but there are ways to master it.Read More
When raising our children, we often reduce the religion to a mere set of rules and fail to encourage them to build a relationship with Allah. In this blog post, I intend to give you an idea of how to approach kid-friendly Dawah whilst sharing some tips on making worship fun and interesting for young children.Read More
“A friend will not (literally) share your struggles, and a loved one cannot physically take away your pain, and a close one will not stay up the night on your behalf. So look after yourself, protect yourself, nurture yourself and don’t give life’s events more than what they are really worth…Read More
Months ago as I parted with a mentor of mine, I shared with her my sadness at having to leave so many friends behind. She said, “When you miss someone, make Du’a for them – it will bring you closer together as they experience the acceptance of your Du’as for them”.
But what if that friend has passed away?Read More
The 1st of February marks World Hijab Day every year, a platform for women of all faiths globally to stand by one another and to end the othering of Muslim women wearing the hijab.
Learn about why sister Nazma Khan started this initiative, and 7 practical tips on how you can get started with wearing Hijab.Read More
Beautifying your character and helping others is important, but not as easy and effective if you don’t have control over your own emotional well-being. What is emotional intelligence, and how does it help improve who you are as a person, as well as your ability to change others’ lives?Read More
We all experience some form of loneliness. For me, moving away from home turned out to be the loneliest I’ve ever felt in my life. I felt lost, empty.
It was only then I realised that Allah was teaching me how to detach from this Dunya, and the people I couldn’t live without. It was only then that I was truly able to find my connection with Allah.Read More
A new year is a fresh start and without doubt, we have all pondered upon our resolutions for this year. But how many of our New Year Resolutions include spending more time with our family and fulfilling the rights of our parents?
In this blog, we share some important tips on how you can earn Jannah by fulfilling your parents’ rights.Read More
She sat at the corner of her sofa gazing out her window towards the night sky. She tilted her head slowly to the right sighing. Her thoughts were deep and her eyes tired.
“How many missed prayers am I still trying to make up for? How many fasts have I intentionally broken? How many arguments have I had with my parents? How many times have I lied? How many times have I backbitten? How many times have I cursed? How many times have I sinned?”Read More
Switching into auto-pilot mode during Salah can happen often, leading to a poorly performed prayer and a lack of Khushoo’. Here’s an easy way to immediately improve the quality and focus of your Salah.
This blog also includes a free downloadable Du’a sheet (spoiler!)Read More
Look back into your life; think of all the challenges you’ve faced and the emotions you’ve experienced. Think back to the moment where you thought ‘I can’t do this’, where you had no hope and saw no solution. Maybe it was trying to get through your exams, maybe it was problems with finding a job, and maybe it was financial difficulties or even relationship problems.Read More
We have all, without doubt, experienced stubborn challenges in life. Failures and setbacks can drain us of every ounce of energy we possess. They can cloud our judgement and have a detrimental effect on our emotional well-being. Difficult situations also can drastically slow down our productivity and extinguish the flame of passion within us that keeps us striving towards our dreams.Read More
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