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Envious People are Losers In Life

  Envy is the biggest cause of mankind’s downfall throughout history. When one nurtures discontentment, that feeling will eventually lead to hatred and jealousy to those perceived to be better then they are – whether in accomplishment, beauty, status, riches or even number of children. It is the worst characteristic …

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Ramadaan – TV Free Month

Ramadaan : Understanding Television What Can Be Done? By Khalid Baig Television has spread like a wild fire in the world, including the Muslim world. It seems to have overcome the limitations of space and time. Consider place. In Saudi Arabia, one can find the imprints of Hollywood only a few …

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10 Tips to enjoy a healthy Ramadan.

Here are 10 tips for you to enjoy a healthy Ramadan. 1. Drink water The most important tip that I can give everyone in preparation for Ramadan is, to start drinking water now! Adequate hydration is simple and important .Take hydration seriously and notice the difference this Ramadan when you’re …

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Your Body And Your Soul

Posted by Wifaqul Ulama  IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, THE MOST GRACIOUS, THE MOST MERCIFUL. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh HUMANS: A COMPOSITE OF BODY AND SOUL It is important to understand that humans are composed of outer physical bodies and inner spirit (Rouh). The outer shell (body) is composed of materials …

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15 Cures For Sadness

Posted by: Ustādh Ali Hammuda Everyone has a story of sorrow to tell. Whether the individual at hand is a thief or the subject of theft, a traitor or the subject of betrayal, single or married, rich or poor, healthy or otherwise, know very well that there is not a single …

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AL-HAKEEM: Heal Through Wisdom

  In my profession as a psychologist I have heard many heart breaking stories of abuse, injustice, betrayal and oppression. Many people have lost their innocence, withstood physical and sexual abuse and were emotionally wounded. Usually to help a person through these difficult trials and tribulations using psychology alone without …

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Parents’ mobile use harms family life, say kids

  bbc.co.uk By Judith Burns  Education reporter 23 April 2017 From the section Education & Family Parents who continually check their mobiles can leave children feeling upset and ignored, suggests research An overuse of mobile phones by parents disrupts family life, according to a survey of secondary pupils. More than a …

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A Muslim Nurse Had the Answer (Story)

Ahmad Ibn Abd Ar-Rahman As-Swiyaan I was on a visit to one of the Islamic centers in Germany when I noticed a woman dressed in full Islamic hijab. I had never seen such proper hijab in the West. Glad because of what I had seen, I thanked Almighty Allah. Later, …

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“Even if I Die Trying”

http://uswatulmuslimah.co.za Sayyiduna Abu Bakr (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) owned a slave whose work was to earn an income for Abu Bakr (radhiyallahu ‘anhu). One night, the slave presented Abu Bakr (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) with some food that he had earned. As soon as the food was placed before him, Abu Bakr (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) …

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