If a Muslim continues to display positive changes after Ramadan, this is not only a possible sign that the fasting has been accepted, but also a sign that a new habit has been formed. During Ramadan, we are continuously doing our best to make positive changes. From the early hours of the morning as dawnRead article
This article was written by a British revert who observed Ramadan on his own in Spain and Poland in 2013, and in Spain and China 2012, in the hope to inspire and encourage reverts and other Muslims to keep up the spirituality post-Ramadan until the next one. He also hopes that the article will encourageRead article
Ramadan has passed! In those past 30 days, all Muslims have written their own story through their unique planning and commitment, their dua and hidden tears, inner peace in their hearts, and their relation with Allah . Today, apart from the good spirit of Eid that fills our hearts with joy, two important questions are certainlyRead article
After Ramadan do you breathe a sigh of relief? Do you easily fall back into the same habits of your pre-Ramadan self or do you try to uphold some of practices of Ramadan? Do you stop fasting for the whole year until the next Ramadan? Once Ramadan has passed, it is arguably more difficult toRead article
Ever thought you’d reach the top of the stairs right after you step over the first one? You know you have to go through each step. Consistency is what will take you to success, step after step. Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala), gave us a perfect model for consistency in the ordainment of salah. Having inRead article
I would like to introduce you today to 3 powerful elements of productivity. These are the cornerstone of productivity without which one cannot be productive, and here they are:
I call this the Productivity Triangle, and if all 3 element meet in a person, he/she becomes truly productive. But if one element is missing that’s when unproductivity kicks in.
So how do these 3 elements work?