Click here to read about Power of Dua Sins deprive a person of provision rizq in this life. In Musnad Ahmad it is narrated that Thawbaan said: A sinful person experiences a sense of alienation indifference with his Lord, and between him and other people. One of the salaf had said that he could see the impact of disobedience to Allah in some aspects of his daily life.
In the name of Allah, the beneficient, the merciful. I trust I am finding you enjoying this lovely day wherever you are… A little something which is on my mind today: When it comes to religion, our deen, as the youth of today it is indeed a great challenge to keep on the straight and narrow.
Living in a westernized society there is so much temptation and exposure to things which maybe we shouldnt be seeing or doing.
To face the facts — it is a reality. How hard is it not to resist that pair of shorts on a 34degrees African summer day? To not have a sip of what the in crowd is drinking? Times have changed, and most families are much more liberal — as South African Muslim women we enjoy so much more freedom than our sisters in many other parts of the world.
A freedom which we more often than not take for granted. Yet if we were to just take a moment to sit back and reflect, if we could see our lives displayed in a mirror a la that movie scene where you are transported to having a peripheral view of our lives.
Are we so concerned with what foods the MJC deems Halal, that we do not stop to look at the little things which we consume in our lives that is haraam.
How many of us use these sunnah words during the day? How many of us know the following terms and its meanings? Alaihi salaam — whenever say the name of a prophet Peace be upon him A.
Rahmah Allah — Allah have Mercy on him when you see someone in distress. Inna Lillah — we are for Allah — when you hear about a death Atqaa Allah -fear Allah — when you see someone doing a bad deed.
Allahu Yahdika — may Allah guide you — to forbid somebody to do something indecent. Hayyak Allah — Allah maintain your life when you greet someone. Allah Aalam — Allah knows best when you say something you are not sure of.
Tabarak Allah — blessed be Allah when you hear a good news Hasbi Allah — Allah will suffice me when you are in a difficult situation.
Azhak Allah Sinnaka — May Allah keep you cheerful when you seek another Muslim with cheerful countenance. Being a muslim is something we should be proud of.
And it should all start with our Imaan, our Faith. We should not be ashamed to wear our hijaab; we are so priviliged to be able to, unlike our French sisters. We should strive to learn about our deen in order to empower ourselves, and enrich our knowledge.
In this day and age, with technology as such a powerfull tool we should embrace it.Wazifa to Make Impossible Possible for Impractical Wishes.
Wazifa to Make Impossible Possible is a very popular amal all over the internet. Thousands of yaALLAH Followers have already achieved their wishes through this. Dear brother, Assalamo-Alaikum Thanks for writing. Yes you can definitely write about your intentions of either for further education or dedicate to jamati service.
Nov 06, · "As-Salam-u-Alaikum" is the most common greeting among Muslims. This is the minimum required when greeting a Muslim.
It is permissible to use the minimum greeting when time is short, such as when passing each other on the street%(81). Jazaaka Allah, This is what I believe is the essence of our faith.
And, whoever hold on to that will be better for it (both in this worldly matters and in hereafter in Aakhira). "Assalamu alaikum" is a common greeting among Muslims, meaning "Peace be with you." It is an Arabic phrase, but Muslims from around the world use this greeting, regardless of their language background.
"Assalamu alaikum" is a common greeting among Muslims, meaning "Peace be with you." It is an Arabic phrase, but Muslims from around the world use this .