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Be Like the Bee

by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah As people are content with the world, so you should be content with Allāh. As they are delighted by the world, so you should be delighted with Allāh. As they are intimate with their loved ones, so you should seek intimacy with Allāh. As they desire to know their kings and their leaders, and to draw ... Read More »

58 Days Until The 30

——– a good reminder from my class-mate—– Assalam alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu yaa ikhwaan fi-Llah, There were many Muslims with us last year who are not with us now. May Allāh SWT bless them all & join them among the ranks of the righteous. When we make du‘ā’ for ourselves and our families, we should also remember the Muslims ... Read More »

A Short Gem from “Love for Allah,” a Lecture by Sh. Hussain Abdul Sattar

Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaah, Last Saturday in Manhattan, I was blessed to have the opportunity to attend a talk given by Sh. Hussain Abdul Sattar entitled “Love for Allāh.” While I would love to give a full summary of this talk, I unfortunately did not take notes, which makes summarizing an arduous task. However, I did want to share an ... Read More »

Setting Aright Our Affairs

by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah Come! Let us enter the presence of Allāh and draw closer to the Abode of Peace; without fatigue, exhaustion, or toil: but rather by the simplest and easiest of routes. This, by realising that you are in a moment of time between two moments, and that this is your life's reality. For your life at the ... Read More »

Signs of Bliss & Misery

Gems from Ibn al-Qayyim [1] (Reposted due to some errors, comments lost, sorry) From the signs of bliss and success is that a person,whenever he grows in knowledge, he grows in humility and compassion. Whenever he grows in action, he grows in fear and caution. Whenever he grows in age, he diminishes in avarice. Whenever he grows in wealth, he ... Read More »

Ma`rifah: Being Acquainted with Allah

When we compare our lifespans wherein our endeavors unfold to the age of the earth, or to that of the universe which we are told is fifteen thousand million years old, they seem of less significance than a droplet of water in an endless ocean. For today's materialist life holds little significance other than that of consumption and seeking instant ... Read More »

Death: More Than Just an Individual’s Life Being Taken Away – Navaid Aziz

This article was originally written by Navaid Aziz in Medinah. It has been posted here with his permission.  All praise is due to Allāh, who reminds his slaves that their lives have an appointed time and that the successful ones are those who are saved from the fire and entered into paradise, when He says: “Everyone shall taste death. And ... Read More »

When Intellectualism Meets Arrogance and Mockery

Wit is the epitaph of an emotion. (Nietzsche) Intellectualism; in·tel·lec·tu·al –adjective devotion to intellectual pursuits. the exercise of the intellect. excessive emphasis on abstract or intellectual matters, esp. with a lack of proper consideration for emotions. Philosophy. the doctrine that knowledge is wholly or chiefly derived from pure reason. the belief that reason is the final principle of reality. So, ... Read More »

Du’a: The Weapon of the Believer

Right now I'm in the middle of reading Sheikh Yasir Qadhi's book du‘ā’: The Weapon of the Believer. Māshā'Allāh, it's an amazing book with a great deal to benefit from! I've learnt a great deal of fascinating 'tips and tricks' on how to perfect my du‘ā’ and increase the factors that'll lead it to be accepted (inshā'Allāh!)… and I'd like ... Read More »

Developing Consciousness of Allāh

Studying the Names and Attributes of Allāh helps the individual to heighten his consciousness of Allāh (سبحانه وتعالى). If he develops an awareness that Allāh sees him at all times, he will feel shy to do anything that he would not like Allāh to see. Because Allāh hears all things, he will feel shy to say anything except that which ... Read More »

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