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Positivism: The Right Mentality

Positivism: The Right Mentality by Brother Ibrahim Abu Khalid When we possess knowledge, we know that the trials in life can be passed, since Allah does not place a greater burden on us than we can bear. With knowledge, we know that these trails, once passed, will bear fruits in …

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Our Sins after we Repent from Them

Our Sins after we Repent from Them Our Sins after we repent The Qur’ân and Sunnah speak frequently and emphatically about the fact that a worshipper who repents and asks forgiveness for his sins will be forgiven and will not be asked about those sins again. Infact, Allah tells us …

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My Will

My Will All praise is for Allah, the Lord of the Worlds (mankind, jinn and all creation); peace and blessings be upon the Prophet Muhammad (the son of ‘Abdullah) and upon his wives and companions and upon all those who follow his way. All thanks and praise is due to …

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Love of Allah

Love of Allah Loving Allah is the ultimate aim. Having attained the state of true love for Allah, each stage that follows it is one of its fruits and a branch from its roots – such as longing, intimacy and contentment. Each stage that precedes it – such as repentance, …

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Invincible! The Amazing Case of the Believer

Invincible! The Amazing Case of the Believer By: Mansour Abdul-Hakeem Abu Suhayb ibn Sinaan narrated that the Prophet said: “How amazing is the case of the believer; there is good for him in everything, and this characteristic is exclusively for him alone. If he experiences something pleasant, he is thankful, …

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Increasing One’s Faith

Increasing One’s Faith Faith is indeed a blessing from Allah and should not be taken for granted. Just as it may increase and become fuller and stronger, it may also weaken and become less and less until it is minimal or non-existent. Hence it becomes very important for a Muslim …

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I Can’t, It’s Impossible

“I Can’t, It’s Impossible” One often hears these words repeated, and they are a major reason for the state of failure that the Ummah is enduring. These words are rooted in a state of mental inability, even though this inability is illusory, not real. Indeed, disabled minds only produce failure. …

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