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The Two Greatest Nehmats

Table of Contents 1 Allah’s Nehmat 2-Starting of Surahs 3-Reason of starting with Alhamdolillah 4-Quran Majid is Oar 5-Day of Ashura 6-Following Quran & Sunnah 7-Legislative Law & Rules Allah’s Nehmat We are currently meditating upon Surah al-Kahf and last week we began to understand the first word of the first ayah, Alhamdolillah. We discussed […]

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The True Purpose of Difficulties and Suffering in Islam

Table of Contents 1- Closer Connection to Allah 2-Singular form of Aamal 3-Wisdom of Hadith 4-Coming of Akherat 5-Hasan Al-Basri In our previous meditation, we introduced the concept of the animalistic part of our nature (our tabiyah) and the spiritual part of our nature (our fitra). We discussed how, in Shahru Ramadan especially, we feel […]

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The True Purpose of Habits and Addictions in Islam

Table of Contents 1- Elements of Human 2-Transformation of Tabiyah to Fitrah 3-Sun and Earth 4-Example of Eating 5-Tabiyah, Our Animalistic Base As we have concluded the Holy month of Ramadan and returned to our normal life, we will notice that, in many ways, we have returned to our old behaviours and way of living. […]

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Astagfirullah and Repentence

In our previous meditation, we discussed our own journey towards Allah (SWT), where we often spend our younger years chasing this duniya, only to realize later just how unfulfilling it is. This then leads us towards greater spirituality and asking forgiveness from Allah (SWT) for all of the years that we were distant from Him […]

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The Greatest Victory and Tears

In our previous meditation, we discussed the cycle of glorifying, praising and asking forgiveness and assessed how our ego keeps us within this cycle, where we experience or receive something beautiful and feel our insignificance in front of Allah (SWT), only for our ego to cause us to become self-centered, arrogant, proud etc. until we […]

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Glorify, Praise and Seek Forgiveness

In our previous meditation, we discussed why we say Subhanallah and Alhamdolillah, as by saying these words we acknowledge the sign of Allah (SWT) in everything and recognize him as the source of everything. We compared this to the word wow, a sound with no meaning or understanding that reflects the ignorance behind the understanding […]

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Why We Say Subhannalah!

In our previous meditation, we began to discuss the final ayat of Surah an-Nasr, where Allah (SWT) tells us to praise him for what we have been blessed with and ask Him (SWT) for forgiveness from being away from Him (SWT) for so long. By both appreciating what we have been blessed with and remembering […]

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