The Written Stuff vs.The Not Written Stuff: Sex Education From An Islamic Perspective Part II

Originally posted on The Human Lens: Part II, Written By Papatia Feauxzar of The Between Sisters, SVP Our prophet sallallahu aleihi wassalam said, “The person to whom Allah gives a child must give him a nice name, must raise the child right, must teach the child when s/he reaches puberty, and must start making arrangements to…

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Allah

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Listen to me I will tell u some words
{islam}is the greatest thing in the whole world
keep u straight in your life with no fold
if one day u fall it is the only will hold
the most important thing is to keep on praying
not all the day u have also time for playing
it will be your tent when it is raining
will be your cover when u are baring
try to be good and honest with others
treat people like sisters and brothers
helping them with smile not with a bother
helping a poor man then ask for another
Islam is coming,just wait for it
Start new life even bit by bit
Always remember your god never forget
He always sees you whenever you go or went

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In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
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You tell on yourself by the friends you seek,
By the very manner in which you speak,
By the way you employ your leisure time,
By the use you make of dollar and dime;
You tell what you are by the things your wear,
By the spirit in which your burdens bear,
By the kind of things at which you laugh,
By the deeds you do which angels paragraph;
You tell what you are by the way you walk,
By the things of which you delight to talk,
By the manner in which you bear defeat,
By so simple a thing as by how you eat,
By the books you choose from the…

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Dua to Allah

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In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
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You tell on yourself by the friends you seek,
By the very manner in which you speak,
By the way you employ your leisure time,
By the use you make of dollar and dime;

You tell what you are by the things your wear,
By the spirit in which your burdens bear,
By the kind of things at which you laugh,
By the deeds you do which angels paragraph;

You tell what you are by the way you walk,
By the things of which you delight to talk,
By the manner in which you bear defeat,
By so simple a thing as by how you eat,

By the books you choose from the…

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Ten Comments You Will Hear Before Pursuing Your Deen

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For anyone who ever thought of growing a full fist-length beard, observing proper hijab and/or niqab, or dressing in an Islamic manner but have not been able to do so, this is a must read for you.  Insha Allah, it may serve to be a source of inspiration for those who wish to pursue Islamic education.  But most importantly, it serves to be a reminder for me and Insha Allah, a means of earning Allah’s pleasure by getting people to practice the Deen in its entirety.

Unfortunately, just before you take your first step on the righteous journey to pursue your Deen, your nafs and shaytaan be it your own shaytaan or people around you, even the ones who deeply care for you, will give you awful “advice” and sincere “nasihah”.  Perhaps it may not be because they have evil intentions.  It is because they do not understand the big picture—what your…

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Suppose

Suppose you use a horse for
transportation as people have
done in the past.

One of your friends invites you to his house
And you get there by riding your horse.

Now, what would happen
If your friend totally ignores you
And starts feeding and looking
After the horse only?

You will feel
Confused as yourself, The rider,
was suppose to be the guest,

Not the horse that you rode on.

The above situation sounds
abnormal but that is exactly what
we are doing today.

Allah has
given us a body and a soul.

The soul rides on the body to pass
through this world. In other
words, the body is like the horse
and the soul is like the rider of
the horse.

Today, we are continuously busy in feeding and
looking after the body but totally
ignored the well being of our
souls.

As a result, our souls have
become so weak without the
spiritual food that it is not strong
enough to even push us to go to
the Masjid or wake up for Fajr
prayer.

Thus, it is essential that we
strengthen our soul with the
spiritual food as shown by Islam,
such as keeping the company of
the pious, recitation of the Holy
Quran, Dhikr of Allah and
contemplating over the Greatness
of Allah.

Dearest Heart

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Dearest Heart,
You are closer to me than my own two sides, a Divinely apportioned piece of my very existence, sometimes dark and sometimes alight. You’re with me everywhere I go, a fixed companion, running so deep that sometimes I don’t know where you end and I begin. You can be a seat of spiritual happiness for the one who possesses you; brimming with a light no other vessel can contain, seeing beyond seeing.
 
And at other times – and in truth, that’s most of the time with me, dear Heart – you can be the very opposite. At those times, you are the hardest company for me to keep.
 
Bit by bit it started, all by my own doing: weaknesses and heedlessness, blind indulgence and conscious ignorance; brazenly sinning while turning a blind eye to the spiritual illnesses developing within. One sin after another I committed, until…

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