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Ramadan Heart Detox Challenge

Productive Muslim are releasing short daily podcasts during the month of Ramadan, dedicated to the Heart Detox challenge. The purpose of this detox challenge is to help detox spiritually and let go of bad habits, and build good ones. During this challenge, you will have daily tasks to do, and things to abstain from in order to build a stronger spiritual connection with your creator.

Ramadan to commence on the 27 May 2017

We are pleased to announce that first day of Ramadan will commence of the 27th May 2017 inshallah. Please do remember the ummah in your prayers.

How to Have a Happy and Healthy Physical Heart

The heart pumps life. It keeps us moving, breathing and feeling. It maintains the body and mind that Allah subḥānahu wa ta'āla (glorified and exalted be He) has entrusted to us, and fuels our muscles so that we may worship Him. It is important to maintain the spiritual heart, but are we making sure our physical heart is healthy?

Although working on the spiritual heart is the most essential, physical health of the heart is equally important – a physically unhealthy heart will stop us from worshiping Allah subḥānahu wa ta'āla (glorified and exalted be He) in best way possible. So, it is important for us to dedicate time towards looking after our hearts and working towards optimal health.

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Get Financially Fit for a More Productive Life

When it comes to money, we may wonder what role it plays in a Muslim’s life. Sure, money is necessary to function in life, but how much importance should we give it? How do we ensure that we stay within the boundaries set by Islam? And, how do we make sure we stay financially fit and productive?

Islam is all about balance. We should strive for halal earnings so we can provide for ourselves and our families, but we should also endeavor to purify our wealth through charity and use our earnings to please Allah subḥānahu wa ta'āla (glorified and exalted be He). We should manage our money properly, but we should also avoid becoming obsessive and stingy. We should enjoy the gifts Allah subḥānahu wa ta'āla (glorified and exalted be He) has given us, but we should also use those gifts to help others.

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