Conversation between five men

This story originally comes from “Ignited Minds” by APJ Abdul Kalam. In the story, Dr. Kalam imagined a conversation between five historical figures who were adored by Dr. Kalam and according to him symbolize the finest attributes of the human mind. On 30 September 2001, I was on my way to Bokaro from Ranchi in... Continue Reading →

Boy Seen Studying Under Streetlight, Here’s How a Muslim Millionaire Reacted

It sounds like a fairytale or a fiction; but it’s actually a true hope-inspiring story  A Muslim millionaire from Bahrain offered a much-needed help to an 11-year-old student in Peru who was caught on security cameras sitting and lying down in the road under a street-lamp to do his homework, Aleteia reported. It all started when Víctor Martín... Continue Reading →

A letter From My Heart To A Beloved Sister In Palestine 🌷

I wrote this letter before Zionist Israel arrested Ahed Tamimi, thus I also dedicated this letter to her. #freeAhed #freepalestine Assalaamu Alaykum 🌷 Laa Ilaa Ha Ilaallah, Allahu Akbar! There is No God but Allah, Allah is The Greatest! Dear sister, Alhamdulillah, I am delighted to hear something from you again sister. I am glad that... Continue Reading →

A Wise, Heart-full Judge and His Teacher 

A Wise, Heart-full Judge and His Teacher  A judge in Jordan stunned the audience when he left his seat, headed straight to the defendant, bowed down and kissed his hand. The teacher himself was shocked by the act before the judge himself revealed to him that he was his teacher when the judge was a... Continue Reading →

Real Hero of the People, Umar Al Mukhtar, Lion of the Desert 

Story of Lion of the Desert, Omar Al Mukhtar (Updated) Omar Mukhtar was tried, convicted, and sentenced to be executed by hanging [by Italians] in a public place. The fairness of his trial has been disputed by historians and scholars. When asked if he wished to say any last words, he replied with the Qur'anic... Continue Reading →

10 For 20 at 40 – Ten Pieces of Advice I’d Give to My Twenty-Year Old Self Now That I’m Forty by Dr. Yasir Qadhi

Forty is a special age. It’s the quintessential age of mid-life. It’s older than ‘young’, but younger than ‘old’. It’s an age where one has typically finished jumping all the hoops that society and education and starting a family require, and where one now looks forward to thinking about the major accomplishments of life, and... Continue Reading →

Prophet Adam’s Five Important Pieces of Advice to Prophet Shet

The Story of Prophet Shet (Peace be upon him)  Five years after Cain (Qabil) killed Abel (Habil), Hz. Adam (PBUH) had a baby. However, this boy was not a twin like the previous children. This child, who was born without a twin sister, was granted to Adam for Abel; he was ordered to call him... Continue Reading →

Barsisa the Worshipper and Deception From Shaytaan (Satan) 

"Indeed, Satan is an enemy to you; so take him as an enemy. He only invites his party to be among the companions of the Blaze." (Fatir 35:6) All praise and thanks are due to Allah. I stumbled upon this, pretty interesting story about how satan tricks a person and without ones realize that he... Continue Reading →

Eight Advices of Life from Hatim Bin Ism

All praise and thanks are due to Allah. It is said that among the students and mureeds (disciples who seek spiritual elevation / enlightenment through the attainment of purification of their soul from all evil desires and tendencies under the guidance of a spiritual guide who has in turn completely attained this purification and high... Continue Reading →

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