Our friends are a reflection of who we are. Every morning, we look in the mirror with the intent of perfecting our image. But what happens when our mirrors become tinted or broken? How can we choose friends that share our morals and ideals in a manner that pleases Allah, without changing the reflection in the mirror?
Postmodern worldviews intrinsically challenge the authority of scripture and create a bubble of sacredness around human rights ground in public reason. How do we achieve the balance of staying modern while cherishing the Divine text?
Understanding the importance of having confidence in one’s faith and practice in Islam, even though it may seem strange to others. Though being among the “strange ones” in this world can be tough, it will be worth Allah’s glad tidings in the next world.
Who doesn’t love money and wealth? Is it wrong to want to be wealthy? What is the Islamic take on this? Shaykh Yaser Birjas explains int his khutbah on the appropriate relationship we should have with money and wealth.
Allah (swt) described Muhammad (pbuh) saying [We have not sent you except as a mercy to the worlds] (21:107). Islam by its beliefs (‘Aqidah), legislature (Shari’ah), and rituals (Ibadah) aims at perfecting the morals, enhancing the character, and upgrading the behavior with self and others on both the individual and social levels. There is an inseparable relationship between creed and moral system so our dealings with people is a reflection to our hidden beliefs. Allah set forth rules and regulations (Shari’ah) to guarantee the healthy living environment for everyone. Islamic civilization is a clear witness on that.
How does conflict start between couples, parents and their children and how can we avoid it? The vicious cycle of conflict. What a a husband and wife need the most from their marriage? Working towards conflict free home. Managing our differences. Come and join us for a thought provoking presentation on marriage and family dynamics in a Muslim’s home.