Part of Prophet Muhammad's manners in his relationship with people around him and his communication with them.
The preservation of environment in the traditions of the Prophet. Some tips for the believers on how to keep the nature safe.
The duties of Muslim children towards their parents in Islam as they are detailed in Qur'an and the tradition of the Prophet
Some benefits of playing sports, and the Islamic moral training and guidance in choosing the right sport.
The article shows some instances from the life of Muhammad to showcase the noble Prophet's characters.
Among the numerous good attributes of Muhammad is his humbleness and simplicity that acquired him a high and distinguished position
Some narrations that show the kindness and mercy of the Prophet Muhmmad upon the orphan
A glimpse to the home life of the Prophet Muhammad both in Makkah and Madinah and his noble characters with his domestic helpers
Just because we may not celebrate Christmas does not mean that we don't care about Jesus.
To protect the new religion, the Prophet sent approx 80 people, including one of his own daughters, to Ethiopia.
While all communities and philosophies try to maintain social relations, Islam makes it a duty for individual.
Tips on many ways to nurture and sustain marital love in Islam reading it from the Quran and its commentary.
Avarice and greed are blameworthy flaws that the Prophet (Pbuh) forbade, stressing that no one will get anything except what Allah willed.
Ihsan is one of those words that can't be translated into just one English word, but has a rather broad and deep meaning.
Thanksgiving in Islam is known as Shukr. It is mentioned in the Qur’an many times. It is the quality of human beings and it is also the quality of Allah
Anger is a flame of fire, and when man is angry he has some relation to the accursed Satan who said, as the Qur’an tells, [… Thou didst create Me from fire, and him from clay.] (Al-A`raf: 12) Anger is condemned in Islam because it produces malevolence and envy. Once a man said to the
Determination is the most significant attribute of a believer. Believers never lose their enthusiasm and their devotion. Believers engage in their struggles only to earn the pleasure of God, which is why no difficulty proves to be a hindrance to their endeavors. The only goal of believers is to deserve the favor of their Lord,
Learn about the Islamic view on self-admiration, its destructive nature and the remedy prescription from the Prophet (Pbuh) tradition
Patience, the focus of about two hundred verses of the Qur'an, and referred to indirectly in many others, may be termed the Qur'an core subject
Showing off is dispraised both in the Qur’an and in the Sunnah. In the Qur’an, Allah the Almighty says, [So woe to the worshippers who are neglectful of their Prayers; those who (want but) to be seen (of men).] (Al-Ma`un 107: 4-6) And in the Sunnah, it was reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings
Backbiting (ghaybah or ghibah) is forbidden in the Glorious Qur’an, which likens a person who backbites to one who eats the flesh of his dead brother.
The Qur'an reforms the character and remolds it into a new form that is loved by Allah.
Women are more psychologically fitted to nurturing, more compassionate and patient.
The quality of our success as social beings depends on our capacity to develop the magnetic power of caring enough