Our homes are a critical part of our life and the idiom "home is where the heart is" shows the great role it plays in our life yet more importantly we should be aiming to draw near to Allah so we should transform our homes so that remembering Allah is where our heart is, ultimately experiencing true peace and contentment.
Have you ever wondered what intentions you have while reciting the Qur'an? Do you want to multiply your good deeds in a magnanimous way by having multiple intentions while reading the Qur'an? Are you looking for a quick and mind blowing way to fill your book with countless good deeds? Read this article to know more.
Qur’an emphasizes on the role of the human hearts in mental, emotional and spiritual decisions of man.Of these Qur'anic statements, some describe this sentient organ as having the capacity of being a center of reasoning, intentions and decision-making. Consequently, human hearts can either be healthy or diseased.
A man insulted Khalid ibn Walid, so he turned to him and said, “It is your scroll of deeds, so fill it with whatever you wish.” How would you like to read your book in front of all of mankind? How can you beautify your book by filtering it from non-beneficial things? This article is aimed at providing answers to all this and more, in sha Allah
A grateful person, when stuck in tough or hard situations, is patient and prays. He looks for the hidden blessings in every situation, and is thankful that the situation is not worse. An ungrateful person has victim-hood mentality, and may even pray for his death or commit suicide when the going gets tough.