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Poor Yet Rich

“This car is too slow!” complained one person. “This food is too salty!” moaned another. “This house is too dark!” muttered a third. “This water is too cold!” exclaimed a fourth. “This clothing is too hot!” groaned a fifth. …
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Don’t sell your Deen!

Among the most compelling contemporary challenges, are the alarmingly increasing temptations to compromise on one’s basic beliefs. When a person loses focus of what is important in his/her life, then to sell off the most valuable asset…
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The Secret to Success

During the time of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam), there were two major kingdoms in the nearby lands; Rome and Persia. On the night of the birth of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam), a tremor had struck the palace of the…
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A Bargain for Barakah 

There was once a man who had four sons. When he fell ill (and was nearing his end), one of his sons (was so eager to serve him and enjoy the exclusive privilege of caring for him, that he) told the other three sons, “Either you nurse him in…
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THE TAG “I’M STUPID”

During a prank, a student stuck a paper on his classmate's back that said "I’m stupid"; he asked the rest of the class not to tell the boy. Thus the students began laughing throughout the day... Shortly afterwards, math class started and…
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Eat smart this Ramadan!

Many of us have developed a culture of indulgent eating… lavish five course meals, daily indulgent snacks and more!The Holy Quraan states,“…and eat and drink but do not be excessive, certainly He (Allah) does not like those who are…
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The Spirit of Generosity

Sayyiduna Hakeem bin Hizaam (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) is a Sahaabi of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) who was blessed with an extraordinarily long life – he passed away at the age of one hundred and twenty! Another unique…
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