Bad breath continues to be a problem for many. Not only can it bother people around them, it can also bother those who have it. It is never easy toRead article
5 Steps To Develop The Habit Of Miswak
When was the last time you used a miswak? Was it a couple of weeks ago? Months, or even a couple of years ago? It’s strange that few Muslims use aRead article
Cleanliness and Productivity – Part 2: Spiritual Hygiene
For this third and final part of the Productivity & Cleanliness series, I had a last minute change of topic.
Initially, I was going to talk about being organized and having a clean workspace area and how that affects and improves productivity, however, I realised that such a topic needs a series of its own and there’s much we can discuss about workspace organisation in future posts inshaAllah.
Instead, I wanted to draw your attention to a far more important topic related to Cleanliness and Productivity from an Islamic perspective and that is: Spiritual Hygiene.Read article
Cleanliness and Productivity: Part 1 – Wudhu
How does been squeaky clean keep us Productive?!
That’s a question that came across my mind when I noticed a heightened productivity right after making wudhu, having a shower, or generally being tidy/clean.
In this series, we’ll explore the physical cause-effect relationship and spiritual cause-effect relationship between cleanliness and productivity, let’s start of with wudhu today inshaAllah:
Allah says in the Quran “Truly, Allah loves those who turn to Him constantly and He loves those who keep themselves pure and clean.” (Al Baqarah 2:222) He also says: “In it (mosque) are men who love to clean and to purify themselves. And Allah loves those who make themselves clean and pure.” (9:108)Read article