Brothers, How did you treat the women around you? Mothers, wives sisters, daughters,.
My dear brothers, don't grieve about what you have lost maybe if you had it you would have felt worse. The good is in what Allah chooses for you. ___________________________ Patience will break you, wreck you, make you scream out loud, make you want to leave everything, but for His love, keep going, keep trying, … Continue reading Grieve not…..
Husband... A husband is supposed to be the one who cures the heart of his wife. . He is her friend, her companion, her support and the one she confides in. . He safeguards her secrets and covers her faults. He drys her tears of pain. . He makes her smile. He brings joy to … Continue reading Husband and His Role
In the life-time of Sayyidah Fatimah al-Zahra, she lost all her brothers, her 3 sisters, and her mother, Lady Khadijah. She went through hunger, experienced persecution, heard people insult her parents, saw three years of boycott - the Muslims would eat from the leaves of trees just to survive. She left her home and migrated … Continue reading EPISTLE…
Pointing out for others their flaws or mistakes takes wisdom. We are not expected to judge from far and even when judging from near it require sobr |patience|. We must justify what we are about to utter and be moderate in our corrections. Remember that we are all human being, in which in one way … Continue reading POINTING OUT FLAWS: Lesson from UMAR BIN AL-KHATTAB QUOTE
3) Islamic Knowledge in the home A. Teaching the family This is an obligation which the head of the household must undertake, in obedience to the command of Allah (interpretation of the meaning): “O you who believe! Ward off from yourselves and your families a Fire (Hell) whose fuel is men and stones…” [al-Tahreem 66:6]. … Continue reading MUSLIM HOME (PART 3)