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Productive Pregnancy

On March 9th, 2016, posted in: Blog, Parenting by 0 Comment

Fatigue, nausea, morning sickness, irritation, getting mad for no reason – can you relate to this? Yes, that’s right. You are about to embark on the most beautiful journey in life. Allah SWT has chosen you for a great task ahead. He SWT has honored you with the task of continuing the Prophet’s Ummah. But..

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How to set and accomplish your goals

On June 30th, 2014, posted in: Personal Development, Spirituality by 0 Comment

There is something about the month of Ramadan that makes accomplishing goals seem super easy. Either it’s the high level of motivation because of the rewards mentioned in Quran and ahadith that eases the process of goal accomplishment, or because it’s in the air. Whatever the reason, Ramadan is a great opportunity to set and achieve goals,..

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Let the haters hate

On March 14th, 2014, posted in: Personal Development by 0 Comment

–by Bela Khan Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had Abdullah Bin Ubaiy in life. He also had many other haters. It hurts to have haters, it’s human nature. But this hurt should not be powerful enough to stop us from living our purpose and pursuing our mission. Let the haters hate. Let the caravan go on...

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Are you alright, sister? – Strengthening the bonds of sisterhood

On November 26th, 2013, posted in: Spirituality by 0 Comment

  Are you alright, sister? – Strengthening the bonds of sisterhood –by Tonje Hagen 10 months into Islam I finally got the opportunity to visit my first mosque. Being the only Muslim in my family and living in a small town almost deprived of Muslims, I had never really understood the beauty and truth of..

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Mommy, lets go to Jannah together (Part 3)

On October 10th, 2013, posted in: Blog, Parenting by 0 Comment

-by Ayesha Zaka Read Part-I here Read Part-II here Bismillah So, once you have resolved to make a conscious effort to build the Aqeedah, Ibadah and Akhlaaq of your kids, here are some other tips to make the journey smooth for you.   a- Harness audio-visual aids: Use ample Islamic multimedia resources.  Kids love them and..

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Mommy, lets go to Jannah together (Part 2)

On September 22nd, 2013, posted in: Blog, Parenting by 0 Comment

Mommy, lets go to Jannah together (Part 2) -by Ayesha Zaka Read Part-I here Bismillah Imagine that someone entrusted you with a clean white cloth.  How careless and sloppy would it be if you let it get all dirty and grimy such that it can no longer be recognized as that clean white cloth! Now..

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Mommy, lets go to Jannah together (Part 1)

On August 19th, 2013, posted in: Blog, Parenting by 1 Comment

Mommy, lets go to Jannah together (Part 1) – by Ayesha Zaka Bismillah Observing two 7 year-olds, one immersed in the love of Allah and his Prophet (pbuh), and the other immersed in the love of Thunder Cats and Harry Potter makes you contemplate about the role their mothers have played from Day 1.  Children..

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The First Ramadan Of A New Muslim

On August 2nd, 2013, posted in: Blog, Spirituality by 2 Comments

The First Ramadan Of A New Muslim -by Tonje Hagen Nervousness and sincere duas As Ramadan approached two years ago, not even two months after my shahada (becoming Muslim), I became more and more worried. Fasting? For a whole month? Is it even possible for a day? 17-18 hours without food and drink? I cannot do..

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Effortless Memorization

On July 20th, 2013, posted in: Blog, Spirituality by 0 Comment

Bismillah The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him) said, “The one who was devoted to the the Qur’an will be told on the Day of Resurrection: ‘Recite and ascend (in ranks) as you used to recite when you were in the world. Your rank will be at the last Ayah you recite”...

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Early to Rise

On June 15th, 2013, posted in: Personal Development by 0 Comment

Early to Rise The early bird gets the worm. Yes, it does. Clichéd but true. Keeping the “new-year-is-a-pagan-ritual” aside, let’s talk about building the habit that can not only change our lives but also change the fate of the entire Ummah. That habit is rising up for Fajr and utilizing the time after it. The..

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