Every Muslim does not need to become an Islamic scholar, but we should regularly seek Islamic knowledge. The best deeds are those done regularly, even if they are small. The Prophet was asked, “What deeds are loved most by Allah?” He said, “The most regular constant deeds even though they may be few.”
Every Muslim is not shaped to go to Al-Azhar or Madinah University to pursue an Islamic career and learn the Islamic Sciences. We can benefit the Ummah by employing our own specializations and by being successful in that particular field. We have to identify our strengths and weaknesses.
We think we hear enough reminders about death, but the reality is, what use is in that if it does not lead to a long-lasting effect on our behavior, thoughts and actions? Being conscious of death at all times is what will truly help us prepare for the Day of Judgement, as well as ensure a better performance for each of our deeds. Read this poem for a much-needed wake-up call!
What could be better than being a true slave of Allah? One whom Allah loves and forgives? Our goal in this life is to embody the characteristics of the people of Paradise and become true believers, and as the Noble Qur'an is our ultimate source of guidance; we must extract the invaluable lessons from it and take heed of Allah's reminders.
There are certain characteristics which we should embody in this world in order to belong to the category of 'the successful'. Why should we attain success? Can we be successful in this world and in the hereafter as well? Read this article to find out the characteristics needed to become one of "the successful".
We live in an age where judging others has become the norm and mocking people for their mistakes has become a huge pastime. While some of us might do it unintentionally, others might fall into this out of ignorance or even arrogance. But how did our Prophet correct someones mistakes? Read more of this article to find out why our prophet was so successful in winning people's hearts.