A brief but powerful reminder of how our salah is an indication of how our relationship with Allah swt is
Planning is a major part of our conscious or subconscious preparation for any trip. It doesn’t matter whether this trip is our daily commute to work or school (in this case most likely we will be on “auto pilot” mode and won’t think much about the map), or it may be a road trip to visit our grandparents’ house in another city or state. Even though planning is something highly disliked, and we naturally prefer to allow randomness to take us wherever the flow dictates, there is some element of curiosity in us that invites us to check the major milestones in any journey we take. But are we planning for the journey we are already on? The journey to the afterlife, the Hereafter? More
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.More [productivemuslim.com]...
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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When was the last time you checked your countless social media apps to see the number of likes and shares for your post? Just a minute ago, or within the last hour? Since the growing popularity of social media like-o-mania has affected many individuals. This is when we write and share posts, create pages and groups and spend quality time – all to fame in the virtual world of social media.
What are the implications of wastage of time on smartphones, and how is it destructive to our productivity? More
We can bring barakah in many ways into our lives, such as parents, siblings, commute, daily adhkar and even in the workplace! But there’s one other major source of barakah we still need to explore and that is the Quran. People often forget that the Quran is a huge source of barakah, both in this life and the next. More...
Many of us have aspirations to complete an entire Quran, but it’s all too common for that motivation to wane. But with the Quran Club app, you have the ability to take part in the completion of the Quran collectively every, single day, insha’allah. This innovative app connects a global community of Muslims to read the Quran together online. After downloading the app, you are given a random page to begin on somewhere in the Quran. Because each user is given a different page, collectively the entire Quran is being read 1000s of times every day! And because each of our reading facilitated it, we pray we all get the reward for every one of them. More from (ilm feed)