5 Tips for Those Working in Ramadan


It is advisable that we try and take some days off during the month of Ramadan especially during the last 10 days, so that we can devote some time exclusively for Allah. However, this may not be possible for all of us. For those that will be working, we will list some practical steps which if followed, will Insha’Allah allow us to make the most of the time available.

1. Time Management


The key to time management is to devise a structured timetable, which if adhered to, will result in a person making maximum use of time available. Each person must outline the time dedicated to various acts of worship such as the recitation of the Qur’an, dhikr and salaah. Targets should be set which are challenging but achievable.

2. Don’t Miss Suhoor


The fasting person’s day should begin with Suhur (pre-dawn meal). Not only is this a rewarding Sunnah…

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10 Ways to Curb Mania and Hypomania

Bipolar disorder is one of the most difficult illnesses to treat because by addressing the depression part of the condition, you can inadvertently trigger mania or hypomania. Even in Bipolar II, where the hypomania is less destabilizing than the often-psychotic manic episodes of Bipolar I, persons often suffer from a debilitating depression that can’t be…



Alhuda, The Quran Club

Imam AlShafi’ee said, “Journey to Allah limping and broken and don’t wait for wellness, because waiting for wellness is inability.”

What is the meaning of journey to Allah broken?

It means, for example, that you get up to pray but your prayer is still without focus, you recite the quran but it is a broken recitation far from perfection…

Don’t worry, continue and seek out who will teach you to recite.

You begin to live your life in a way that is pleasing to Allah but at times your soul and desires overpower you…

Continue journeying to Allah and don’t delay. Don’t wait for the right moment to turn towards Allah. The moment your heart is inclined to Allah then go to Him Immediately.

Ibn AlQayyim said, “A person will continue to struggle with obedience until it becomes beloved to them. And so Allah will send angels…

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Alhuda, The Quran Club


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Surah At Tawbah Ayahs 92 to 129

  • [9:92] When you have a chance to work for a project to spread the message of Islam, be eager to help out. Don’t be like the hypocrites of Madina, backing out making lousy excuses instead of striving with their lives and wealth for the sake of Allah.
  • [9:100] Race to do good deeds for the sake of Allah, just like Muhajiroon and Ansar of Madina at the time of the Prophet (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wasallam). Allah has promised them His pleasure and paradise.
  • [9:101] If we don’t stop sinning, Allah can be punish us in this life and the Hereafter. Remind yourself; the punishment in the Hereafter is even worse.
  • [9:102-103] The ones who know they have sinned and guilty about it should ask for forgiveness and give sadaqa as it purifies their soul and causes their wealth to increase.
  • [9:104] When you’ve wronged…

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The Surprising Role of Nutrition in Mental Health

If you’ve been reading my blog for a month or more, you know that I have found nutrition to be a powerful force in my recovery from depression. Since 2008, I haven’t responded to medications or have had only a minimal, partial response, so I have been on a mission–for myself and for the millions…


A Supplication To Be Said After Performing The Wudoo – Compiled and Translated by Dawud Burbank

Authentic Knowledge from Quran & Sunnah

A Supplication To Be Said After Performing The Wudoo – Compiled and Translated by Dawud Burbank

by AbdurRahman.org

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Imaam Muslim -rahimahullaah- reported in his ‘Saheeh’ [The Book of Purification]: (no.234): “Muhammad ibn Haatim ibn Maymoon narrated to me: `Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Mahdee narrated to us: Mu`aawiyah ibn Saalih narrated to us: from Rabee`ah -meaning Ibn Yazeed: from Aboo Idrees alKhawlaanee: from `Uqbah ibn `Aamir; And Aboo `Uthmaan narrated to me: from Jubayr ibn Nufayr: from `Uqbah ibn `Aamir, who said:
‘We were tending camels, and my turn came, so I brought them back in the evening. So then I found Allaah’s Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) standing, speaking to the people, and I caught from what he was saying:
<<There is not one of you who performs the wudoo·, and he performs the wudoo· well, and then he stands and prays two rak`ahs, turning his full…

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Easy Deeds Great Rewards 

Authentic Knowledge from Quran & Sunnah

Gaining Rewards – PDF Publication

by FollowingtheSunnah

Gaining Rewards: The Hadeeth of the Prophet which were chosen for their great rewards for easy actions

Taken from the Hadeeth: ‘Saheeh al-Kalima at-Tayyib’ By Shaykhul Islaam Ibn Taymeeyah

Translated by Abbas Abu Yahya
The Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- said: Shall I not show you what will be better for you than a servant? When you lie down on your bed, say SubhanAllaah 33 times, say al-hamdulillaah 33 times and say Allaahu akbar 34 times.
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