Tag: SABR

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Eid and the Potential of the Ummah

"There is a relationship between those who fail to subdue their desires and the fire," writes Dr Haroon Sidat. "The fire, when fed, becomes ever more ferocious..."

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Qualities for Success: Self-Control

Contrary to our superficial understanding of patience, the origin of the Arabic word ṣabr actually relates to self-control, writes Sh Haitham.

Taqwā: The Forgotten Jewel of Ramadān

Sh Sajid Umar explains what is often easily overlooked: the core aim of fasting in Ramadan...

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One God Many Names | Al-Halīm (The Forbearing)

“O Ḥalīm, you have been so forbearing towards me. Never deprive me of it, for my life cannot function for a single second without it.”

Three Lessons From 10 Caterpillars

Prevent Watch director Dr Layla Aitlhadj shares some important lessons from a touching story with her daughter.

Unscripted #4 | Sh Haitham al-Haddad speaks about battling cancer

Shaikh Dr Haitham al-Haddad talks about his battle with cancer, will power, self discipline, intelligence, and more.

A roadmap to paradise from one verse of the Qur’an

Focus on these ten qualities to get to Paradise

Ibn al-Qayyim on Sabr

Allāh, Glorious and Most High, made patience a racehorse that never falters or stumbles; a sword that never loses its sharpness; a vanquishing army that is never defeated, and a fortress that does not dilapidate and is never taken by force. Patience and divine help are like two blood-brothers that

Ibn Rajab’s secret to Ramadan readiness

Ibn Rajab al-Ḥanbali’s Lata’if al Ma’arif is a detailed treatise on the merits, virtues and practices for the months of the Islamic calendar. His chapter on Ramaḍān is a masterful compilation of the narrations and āyāt related to preparing for, transforming through, and reflecting on Ramaḍān, alongside commentary that pulls it all