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Rid yourself of jealousy

It is a dangerous disease that will ruin all your good deeds. Here is how you can save yourself. By Salma Ameen Colombo, Sri Lanka   Yusuf (عليه السلام) being so young and innocent followed his brothers, oblivious to their plots. His heart overjoyed at the thought of playing with them. He walked along with them embraced in a blanket ... Read More »

Two heartbeats

How a miscarriage brought me closer to Allah, my spouse and my baby By Umm Mus’ab Bangalore, India I hurried to open the file, my heart beating so fast, I was breathless until I spotted ‘positive’ on the reports sheet and jumped in joy. I was actually going to be a mother! Allah was going to entrust me with a new life. ... Read More »

Do you suffer from restless sleep?

Understand the requirements of your body and soul to sleep easy. By Asma Hasan Ismacil Hargeisa, Somaliland We  all have a pretty good idea about the benefits of sleep and the consequences of not sleeping properly. I mean, how many times has your entire day been ruined just because you didn’t sleep properly! How often were you not able to ... Read More »

5 Ways to Make Sure the World Doesn’t Get You Down

Follow this simple guide, inspired by Islamic wisdom, to regain your lost happiness By Sheima Sumer Sulaymaniyah, Iraq Whether it’s a negative world news event or a family argument, we all face daily challenges that affect our emotions. Here are five ideas to lift your mood when normal life brings you down: 1. Make it a habit to turn to Allah ... Read More »

Rediscover yourself, in the light of Islam

Giving up is easy. Wake up to the NEW YOU now. By Nourin Ibrahim Abu Dhabi, UAE   Life is too short and the world too fast-paced. In trying to keep up with the demands of the world, we women tend to forget ourselves. But the fact is that we have a big role to play in the upbringing of ... Read More »

My journey with sign 94:5-6

Hold on to the Quran; for with hardship comes ease By Shama F. Jeddah, KSA   She had forgotten herself. The person who took care of everyone so thoughtfully now did not know her routine activities like taking a bath or wearing her clothes! She was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. It was deeply painful to see her in that state ... Read More »

Happiness Lessons from the Story of Isra Wal Miraj: Part 3

In the final installment of our series, find out how you can find joy in this oft-read story By Sheima Sumer Sulaymaniyah, Iraq   Types of People in the Hellfire   The Prophet ﷺ said that he also saw many of the punishments of the hellfire. For each group of people, he ﷺ saw in the hellfire, he ﷺ asked ... Read More »

The true qualities of students of knowledge – right intention, right attitude

The true qualities of students of knowledge – right intention, right attitude  Knowledge is that which benefits, not which is only memorised By Abeera Siddiqui Sharjah, UAE I study, even others do. I have been a ‘student of knowledge’ for more than a decade and nearly all of us share somewhat similar journeys. But does it give us a license ... Read More »

The verse that healed me

Some pain is essential to help us grow By Gilla Barre New Delhi, India   I have always been amazed by the words of the Qur’an and mesmerised by its infinite power to heal. Every time I come across a certain ayah, it moves me so much that I’m compelled to pause, reflect and ponder over the divine wisdom and ... Read More »

‘Be Grateful and I shall give you more…’

How many blessing do we ignore due to our insatiable need for more? By Salma Ameen Colombo, Sri Lanka “Mum, you don’t buy me anything,” she shrieked, as she slammed her wardrobe door, causing the uncountable shelves with clothes to vibrate. He scrolled through Instagram, the deceiving posts, the perfect lives and pictures of events displayed all over made him ... Read More »