Tolerance and Mercy in the Prophetic Sunnah

Learn about the virtues of tolerance and mercy, their importance in the Islamic teachings, and how they impact one’s whole life from the traditions of the Prophet (peace be upon him).

How to Spend the Last Ten Days of Ramadan

Ramadan is coming to a close, but we still have a chance to make use of it during the last few nights and days….

Ramadan’s First Night: Open the Gates of Blessings

What virtues does the first night of Ramadan have? At whom will Allah look in that blessed night? Why? What did the Prophet say about it?

Muhammad: The First Years of His Message

Let us now approach the first years of his message. Those were years one rarely finds an equal to in the annals of history for the constancy, truth, and eminence.

Reflection: The Fifth Stop of Your Spiritual Journey to God

Reflection is a marvelous form of worship that pushes people in their path to God. It helps people achieve their spiritual goals. Learn what is meant by reflection in Islam…

Tawakkul: The Third Stop of Your Spiritual Journey to God

(Save yourself from worrying. Somebody else already took care of your affairs for you.) What is meant by “somebody else”? What is tawakkul?

The Faith Revival (10): Move Beyond the Catalyst

Allah sends you reminders night and day, and sometimes those reminders are major wake up calls. What happens if you don’t make use of that wake up call right away?

The Faith Revival (11): Remembers His Place in Front of Allah

As human beings, we will never stop sinning. But remembering your place in front of Allah before committing the sin can deter you from it.

The Faith Revival (3): Shaky Foundations

There is a direct correlation between the actions of the tongue with the condition of the heart. If you want to receive faith, you must first settle your heart – and if you wish to settle your heart, you must settle your tongue.

The Faith Revival (5): Even If Abu Dharr Doesn’t Like It

There is hope for the major sinners, as long as they turn back to their Creator. Allah doesn’t want you to be weighed down by your past in a way that you can’t meaningfully progress in the future.