Tag: SUCCESS

A Crossroads in Modernity

It is time to be sceptical of blind scepticism just as much as blind faith.

Powerful Lessons from the Life of Khadījah (ra)

Fatima Barkatulla distils five lessons from the Mother of History's Greatest Nation...

Clarity of Vision: the Fuel for Success

Do you have high aspirations? Read Imam Asim Khan's guide to creating and executing a vision...

The Ultimate Success

Everything we do in life is shaped by our definition of success...

25 Ways to Enter Jannah

We all say that we want to enter Jannah, however do we genuinely take the steps to attain this honourable state?

Good news for innovators

An engineering student from Walthamstow has been touted as a “future industry leader” after winning a national award for designing an app to help railway engineers. Fahad Rage writes for Islam21c to speak of his success and impart on some advice for aspiring Muslims across the world. First and foremost,

Aspiring Minds: Empowering the Youth

  Mistaken identity – the need for Spiritual Development We find that the youth of today are in search of some “freedom” with the desire to live their “own lives.” The majority of youth are goalless, yet for Muslims our goals are all divinely inspired. Allāh says, “The goal of

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

Five Rules For Beating Procrastination

Procrastination is the result of a “domino effect”. Imagine you wish to build a house. However, you constantly wonder what colour curtains you’ll place over the windows. You start debating with yourself about every prospective problem and every prospective failure: “Will my spouse like my choice of curtains?”, for example.

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What will you achieve with your life?

Regrets gather around us like books we wish we’d read. One day a book other than the Qur’an will become most critical to us. On the day of standing, there will be a moment when the books will fly into our hands. It will be a moment when anxiety will