Remembrance of Allah
How Islam helps the average human being in dealing with sadness and worry on a daily basis.
The Prophet Knew that the inner peace we sought in this life lies with the worship of Allah.
The article examines the definitions of happiness, the relationship between science and happiness and it relates to the teachings of Islam
Remembrance of God includes specified dhikr, but it is also anything you do related to God or mentioning God.
When it comes to racing for other than Allah, enmity comes with the race.
Allah is more Merciful than His wanting us to punish ourselves with hardship, pain, self-imposed weakness and heaviness.
The article highlights the positive impact of faith on inner peace, with reflections on how a Muslim increases in peace.
This section of article reflects on some important issues in our personal relation with Allah
To remember Allah, Most Gracious, means to remember Him through His cosmic and Quranic signs.
Some useful tips for constant God's remembrance and the reflection on its impact on Muslim daily practical life.
In the holy month of Ramadan, one should do one’s best in observing Allah’s teachings.
Having a guided heart is the basis of all guidance, the secret of all success, and the core of every action.
While all communities and philosophies try to maintain social relations, Islam makes it a duty for individual.
When one’s supposed-to-be good deeds are not accepted, the loss in this world and the Hereafter is manifest!
Repentance, once accomplished, will undoubtedly wipe out sins, and guarantee a clean record.
Repentance (Tawbah ) means that one feels regret and filled with remorse for his or her sins.
Indeed, these days are the most excellent of all the days with Allah, the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah.
The meanings and etiquettes of Dhikr (Allah's remembrance) and Du'aa (Supplication) are described through this article.
There are many examples in the Qur’an and Hadith of the virtues of a positive mental attitude, perseverance and optimism in the face of adversity. However, did you know that patience and a positive outlook on life are two of the greatest healing tools that you can use? The Qur’an (2:155) says, “Give glad tidings