A comprehensive guide to gaining barakah in all aspects of your life.
Are you looking for motivation to pray salah? Find it difficult to get up and pray? Then watch this short(6 min, 46 seconds) video
The end series is a 26 part series (each part lasting between 40 minutes and 1 hour) by Belal Assad. The end series talks in great depth about the the minor signs, major signs, the judgement day itself, hellfire and paradise. The wealth of information offered here and in such depth is truly amazing. It's something every person should be made aware of so that they can understand the consequences of their actions.
There are different situations in which we may find ourselves on the go, such as when we are using public transport or driving. There are different actions a person can do at each of these times to increase the blessings in their life. Each second in our day is precious and there is always something we can do in that time to continuously increase the barakah we crave. Never belittle the smallest of actions as they can have a profound effect on the world around you. More... (from productive Muslim)
What can young men, young Muslims and activists learn from Muhammad Ali? In an age where Islam is portrayed on such a massively negative scale, the legacy of Muhammad Ali shines through. Here are 7 lessons learned in the thousands of stories shared from his living history.
Now that Ramadan is coming to an end, and only Allah subḥānahu wa ta'āla (glorified and exalted be He) knows if we will see this month again, the time that remains for us of this month is quite special. Within the last ten days of Ramadan we anticipate the Night of Power (Laylat-ul-Qadr), the most blessed night of the year. Many people seek to observe this period while in i’tikaf to maximize ibadah (worship). Physical health and strength is thus vital for observing i’tikaf in this blessed period.
Imagine Ramadan at your doorstep. The long anticipated first taraweeh prayer will take place tonight. You desperately want to feel the spirit. But you just aren’t into it. You’re overwhelmed with something else: distractions! You’re drowning in deadlines for work;you need to catch up with family issues that you’ve been postponing for ages. On top of all that, your social media feeds – this one thing that you depend on to de-stress – is draining rather than boosting your spirit.
With minimal spiritual preparation under your belt and a sea of distractions swallowing you, you realize one thing: you’re not ready for Ramadan!Read More