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Past to Present

Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

Waseem: Into the future

“Can I sit here?”

I looked up as I heard the slightly familiar voice, realizing that the person it belonged to was no stranger. 3,194 more words

Easy steps in increasing your Taqwa

Why should you, a young Muslim, be helping to bring your friends closer to Allah?

After all, you’ve got your own struggles to deal with: trying to explain why you pray to hostile teachers, Hijab discrimination, standing up in class when the professor attacks Islam, dealing with parents who think you’ve gone nuts because you’re growing a beard, or all the other difficulties faced by a number of practicing Muslim youth? 1,363 more words

Mencari Teman Terbaik

“Segala puji bagi Allah. Kita memuji, meminta pertolongan, dan memohon ampunan kepada-Nya. Kita berlindung kepada-Nya dari kejahatan diri dan dari keburukan amal-amal kita. Siapa yang Dia beri petunjuk maka tidak ada yang bisa menyesatkannya, dan siapa yang Dia sesatkan maka tidak akan ada yang bisa memberinya hidayah (petunjuk).

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Islam

Tujuan Pengasuhan – Blueprint 1 : Menjadi Hamba yang Bertakwa

Yayasan Kita dan Buah Hati
Serial Parenting #12
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Anak : Bu, makhluk pertama yang tinggal di bumi apa sih?
Ibu : Mikroba, Nak
Anak : Kok bukan manusia bu? 662 more words

Human Being

[Madaarij us-Saalikeen] The Station of Firasah

Have you heard the term ? In the Malaysian local dialect, it’s known to mean intuition.

Ibn Al-Qayyim rahimahullah wrote that is a sense of insight / perception / visual acumen. 403 more words

Wise Sayings

[Madaarij us-Saalikeen] The Station of Fear

Ibn al-Qayyim rahimahullah wrote that fear is one of the most important stations on the path of worshiping Allah and most beneficial for the heart. Allah s.w.t has praised those who possess the attribute of fear, saying: 852 more words

Wise Sayings

Unseen, Faith and Destiny- People Of Taqwa

The Quran begins with Allah describing the people of Taqwa as

“Those who believe in the Unseen” (2:3).

Therefore our entrance into the faith calls for believing in the Unseen, even before prayers and other acts of worship.

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