Instagramadan 26: How Exactly Does Ramadan Make Us Grateful?

What lessons of gratitude do Ramadan teach us? How does Ramadan provide us with heart-transformation towards gratitude? What do we learn from…

Instagramadan 24: The Du`aa’ You Need to Make These Last Ten

What is the du`aa’ we need to make these precious last ten days of Ramadan? What is the du`aa’ that will will give our yearning for forgiveness such hope?

Instagramadan 21: Focus, Focus, Focus

We’ve made it to the final ten nights of Ramadan So, how could we focus on getting the best these nights? What’s the “one” tip that we need to adhere to..

Instagramadan 20: In God We Trust

In every relationship, one of the main aspects of the health of that relationship is trust. Do you trust that your teammate/friend/spouse/parents want what’s best for you?

Ramadan Exclusive: The Diseased Heart

There is no cure for a diseased heart, that of the hypocrites (munafiqun) who have given Shaytan (Satan) access to their hearts, so he moved in and beautified everything that is ugly…

Ramadan Exclusive: The Diseased Heart

There is no cure for a diseased heart, that of the hypocrites (munafiqun) who have given Shaytan (Satan) access to their hearts, so he moved in and beautified everything that is ugly…

Instagramadan 18: The Mid-Ramadan Slump

During these middle ten days of Ramadan, most of us are afflicted with the dreaded “mid-Ramadan slump”; skipping taraweeh, falling back into old sins, becoming lazy in devotion to Allah. How do we restore the spiritual excitement we had in the first ten days?

Instagramadan 16: The Appetite of Backbiting

Just like we have appetites for food and drink, our tradition teaches us that the soul actually has a bad appetite for backbiting other people – in part because it allows us to focus on problems other than our own. What’s the Prophetic remedy for this problem?

Instagramadan 15: Our Sins & Allah’s Forgiveness

In Surat Az-Zumar, Allah calls upon us in a very unique way – not by our belief, but by our mistakes and sins – and then endearingly reminds us of such a beautiful truth: that every sin that anyone has ever committed

Ramadan Exclusive: Verses in Context

The Qur’an is very sensitive to context, both historical and textual. Unlike the common understanding, Allah does not write off all disbelievers in the sixth verse of Surat Al-Baqarah. He refers to specific groups of people at a specific point in time.