The Servant’s Extreme Need for Guidance

“Guidance (hidaayah) is:

a) Elucidation (bayaan) and Indication (dalaalah) (to the path), then
b) Success (tawfeeq) and Inspiration (ilhaarn) (in following the path), and this comes after (the guidance of) elucidation and indication. There is no way to elucidation and indication except by means of the Messengers.

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I, Me and Myself

“Every Muslim should be warned of the oppression of: ‘I – My/Mine – I Possess’
Indeed these three words are what Iblees (Shaytan), Fir’awn and Qaroon were tried with…”

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Adding To Something Good Is Not Always Good

Righteous actions are only according to righteous intentions, and a good intention does not make something which is futile correct. This is because intentions alone cannot make an action correct, but rather complying with the Sharee’ah (Prescribed Laws) must be added to that.

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The Unknown, Young Worshiper who used to Hide his Good Deeds

If the people were to come to know of this act of worship that he was engaged in, he would quickly leave that area and move on to the next place in order that he would be once again hidden from the people.

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Today’s Youth v/s Mus’ab bin ‘Umair – The Legendary Youth

This mirthful youth Mus’ab bin ‘Umair, caressed and pampered, the talk of the ladies of Makkah, the jewel of its clubs and assemblies: is it possible for him to be one of the legends of faith?

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Fooling Yourself on April Fool – Oh Muslims?

Who can be a more bigger fool than one who fools others for the sake of fooling, without realizing that it is he himself who is being fooled because he cannot fool those two angels who write down every hasanaat (good deeds) and every sayi’aat (bad deeds) both major and minor of every individual, day in and day out.

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