How to Clean The Heart

The sin of malice and discord is serious. Even on special occasions despite Allah’s abundant mercy, we always find one particular class of people that are Deprived which are those who harbour ill-feelings and jealousy in their hearts towards others. In addition to this, some ahadith say that such people’s salah is not accepted by Allah.(At-Targheeb, vol.3 pgs.455-462) Hereunder are a few tips to clean the heart of Jealousy, envy and ill-feelings: 1) Recite the following ayah in abundance: “Rabbanagh fir lana wa li ikhwaninal lazheena sabaquna bil iman, wala taj’al fee quloobina ghillal lillazheena amanu Rabbana innaka Raoofur Raheem” (Surah: 59 Ayah: 10) 2) Rasulullah (sallallahu’alaihi wasallam) said: “


1)Fasting in Ramadan helps in achieving Taqwaa. Allaah Ta’ala says: “ O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous (achieve Taqwaa) ” (Al-Baqarah, 2:183) When we change our attitude while fasting and have a good mental state, we can achieve Taqwaa. Jabir ibn Abullah said, “When you fast, your hearing, your vision, and your tongue should also fast by avoiding lies and sins. You should not abuse your servant. You should maintain your composure and dignity on the day you fast. Do not make your fasting day the same as your normal day.” (Musannaf Ibn

Are you Ready to Die?. Death and 4 Simple Tips to Prepare for it

The Prophet (Peace be upon Him) stood at the edge of a grave and cried and he then said: “O my brothers! For this (death), prepare yourselves.” (Ibn Majah) A man asked the Messenger: “Who is the most wise of people O Messenger of Allah?” He replied: “The one who remembers death most often and the one who is well-prepared to meet it; these are the wise; honorable in this life and dignified in the Hereafter.” [Ibn Majah,Tabarani] Do good deeds before it’s too late Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon Him) said, “Hasten to do good deeds before you are overtaken by one of the seven afflictions.” Then (giving


Sayyiduna Anas (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said, “ If the son of Aadam has two valleys of wealth, he will desire a third valley (of wealth), and nothing will fill the belly of the son of Aadam besides sand (of the grave), and Allah Ta‘ala forgives those who repent to him. ” (Saheeh Muslim #2415) On account of his carnal nature, man is ambitious and greedy. The more he has, the more he wants. If we have three pairs of shoes, we will still pine for the fourth. If the latest phone is released, we will not be satisfied until we upgrade by acquiring it. If

Virtues of Reciting Surah Mulk

Abu Hurairah narrated that Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said: “A surah of the Qur’an with thirty aayahs kept interceding for its reciter until he was forgiven! It is Tabaarakalladhee bi-yadihil-mulk.”[1] It is supported by a similar hadeeth of Anas whose isnaad was authenticated by Ibn Hajar and others. ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas narrated that the Prophet (ﷺ) said about Surah al-Mulk: “It is the averter (of the punishment of the grave).”[2] ‘Abdullah ibn Mas‘ood said: “It is the rescuer from the punishment of the grave.”[3] The correct implementation of these scholars advise involves: – reciting the surah slowly and correctly to the best of one’s ability; – understanding its meanings; – believing in whatever it contains;