When making important decisions such as picking the right college, committing to a new career, or even choosing the right spouse, it’s easy to become deceived by what ‘looks’ shiny. It can be harder to make the right choice, but one way to overcome uncertainty in decision making is to consult the Best of Planners, Allah. How can we see past the good looks or well-built resumes to know things for what they really are?
The Muslim community needs to understand and learn how to cope with those who are facing mental illnesses no matter who they are. Sh. Yaser Birjas explains to us that we should be compassionate and caring seeking those in need of help.
A sign of Allah’s love for someone, is that He puts them through trials & tribulations in this world. What is the wisdom behind these trials and how should a Believer respond when he goes through difficulty and hardship? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his Khutbah to a short tafseer of Surah ash-Sharh at one of the first Masjid ever build in North America! Recorded 16th November 2012 in Edmonton, Canada
We will find various problems and issues in our life that will bother us and cause us to really find discomfort and unease. How can we overcome this? Shaykh Kamal el Mekki looks for the answers in the life of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.
Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) made his famous statement, “don’t be sad, Allah is with us” to Abu Bakr to calm him. A similar statement was made by Prophet Musa (peace be upon him) when he reassured his people of Allah’s support, even when all hope seems lost. It’s a statement that gets to the core belief that no one can save you from harm. Only Allah can protect you. As American Muslims face an uncertain future, it’s important to keep this ayah in mind.