Following on from his last article, Abul Baraa gives some practical keys to look out for when making tadabbur of the Qur’ān…
10 ways to enable you to ponder over the Qur’ān…
The next time you hear of someone else’s success, be happy for them, without ever questioning your own self worth.
Not all emotions are bad. They are the basis for empathy, building strong relationships, and making good decisions. But negative emotions can also destroy relationships and lead to very bad decision making.
There is a lot of information available on things you can do to try and combat negative thoughts and become a more positive person.
Have you heard of ‘the emotional bank account’? Najma Juneja reveals how it can help to increase the love and trust between children and parents in the first part of her reflections from Sūrah Yūsuf.
“We are living in a golden age of the Qur’an”, says Salman to Ustadh Asim Khan in tonight’s episode of Unscripted.
By now, most parents know about the dangers of heavy tech use for children. For Muslim parents, we must also consider how the hyperstimulation and instant gratification of digital tech may be seriously damaging our children’s spiritual growth.
“Whenever it flashes for them, they walk therein, and when darkness covers them, they stand still”
The beauty of the Qur’ān is that this parable, along with others, can be applied to the many trials and tribulations that Muslims have gone through in the 1441 years since its revelation.