Tag: PONDERING

Unlocking Quranic Reflections

Following on from his last article, Abul Baraa gives some practical keys to look out for when making tadabbur of the Qur'ān...

How to Make Tadabbur in 10 Steps

10 ways to enable you to ponder over the Qur'ān...

8 Steps to Increase in Tadabbur

Let us consider these simple steps to enhance our reading and reflection of the Qur’ān, seeking to fulfil its right over us

Reviving the Flat-Lined Heart

A new series on the most important part of the body

Thoughts From Auschwitz

Dr Uthman Lateef's reflections from his recent trip to Auschwitz...

Four things to remember when reflecting on the Qur’an

The following four tips will help us maximise the effectiveness of our reflections upon the Qur’ān, by the permission and grace of Allāh...

The Beauty of Iron: Al-Hadīd pt1

Introduction “…And We sent down iron, wherein is mighty power and benefits for mankind, and so that Allāh may test those who support Him and His messengers though unseen. Indeed, Allāh is Powerful, Almighty.” Sūrat al-Hadīd is known only by one name: “Iron.” The 57th chapter of the Qur’ān is

Who has the right to interpret the Qur’an?

The Qur'ān A book of guidance, revealed by Allāh (subḥānahu wa taʿālā) to his beloved Messenger, Muḥammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam). A book revealed by Allāh (subḥānahu wa taʿālā) ' sent down to you, full of blessing, so let people of intelligence ponder its Signs and take heed. ' A

A Sign in the Floating Aircraft Carrier

Verse 40 spoke of the sun and the moon streaming along at speed in their own orbits. Even though nothing of the naked eye would suggest that the Sun and Moon are moving at speed, through modern advancements in technology we now know that the Moon orbits around the Earth

The Race Between the Sun and the Moon

Through the lens of God’s guidance are we able to see meaningful Signs in everyday occurrences. Signs and evidences which most people do not and cannot see. The previous verse from the magnificent Sūrah Yā Sīn spoke about how a particular phase in the waxing of the Moon resembles an