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Manners in Giving Advice/ Nasihah

We must choose the right time when giving nasihah (advice). This is important as the receiver is not always ready to receive nasihah. This is because they might be angry, upset or grieve about something at the point of time. A receiver will be more like to listen when they have cooled down or more calm.

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The Devil’s Deceptions Book Excerpt

Devil’s Deception of those who believe in Horoscope They claim that for each spiritual entity from the heavenly world there is a horoscope, which is a celestial body that connects to the spiritual entity in the same way that our souls connect to our bodies and control them. Some celestial bodies are moving others are still. They say that the bodies try their best to come near the spiritual entity by performing all kinds of worship and…

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The Value and Blessings of Time

Ever wondered if there’s a practical way to lead a productive lifestyle that combines the best of Islamic tradition and modern psychology and science? In “The ProductiveMuslim”, the book provides this practical framework that helps urban global Muslims lead a productive lifestyle – spiritually, physically, and socially. Click on the book to purchase or the link below to read the excerpt. The Productive Muslim Book Excerpt

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The Productive Muslim Book Excerpt

Spiritual Focus In this section, we’ll explore Islamic concepts that can improve our spiritual focus and reduce distractions in your life. NIYYAH (INTENTION) Having clear intentions invokes spiritual focus. A person can go through life – eating, sleeping, working and living – without a central focus in their mind. However, for a Muslim, this is not acceptable. Every single action we do must be aligned with Allah’s pleasure. Without clarity, often times intention devolves into…

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The Music Made Me Do It Book Excerpt

Permissible entertainment in Islam Argument: We need some entertainment in our lives, so we listen to music because it is the most common entertainment. Response: The last refuge taken by Muslims while defending enjoyment of music is to claim: “Listening to music is just entertainment, and we need entertainment in our lives.” It is true that all of us need entertainment in our lives, but the matter is that listening to music is not merely…

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