Alhamdulilah w salat wa salam ala rasulillah w a’ala ‘alibi w sahbihi w manwala, ama baed. In the beginning of Ramadan it is very important for us to identify the objective of fasting, like we do at the beginning of any other task in our lives. We want to know why exactly am I doing… Read More Day 4: So That You Attain God-Consciousness | Ramadan Strong
Bismillah wassalatu wassalamu ‘ala rasoolillah, wa ‘ala alihi wa sahbihi wa man wala, amma ba’ad. Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh, everyone. This is Sarah Sultan here with Yaqeen Institute, and today I just wanted to talk to you briefly about the concept of mindful fasting, which is a way to feed your soul during… Read More Day 3: Mindful Fasting to Feed Your Soul | Ramadan Strong
Assalamu Alaikum, welcome to Allah Loves. The most praiseworthy station in the sight of Allah, the highest quality mentioned that was most manifested in the way that the Prophet peace be upon him carried himself is the quality of Ihsaan – it’s the quality of excellence.
Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. Dear brothers and sisters this is Justin for Yaqeen Institute and I want to talk to you today about a tip for Ramadan and talk a little bit about how mindfulness relates to our fasting.
Assalamu Alaikum, everyone. Just want to congratulate you on personally being invited to another Ramadan, and I hope you don’t think that this is just another Ramadan. No, no, no this Ramadan is very special. This Ramadan is very unique. There’s a big difference between last Ramadan and this Ramadan.
Assalamu Alaikum. Welcome back to Allah Loves. So last time we talked about Taqwa, piety, being the goal. And you have to avoid those thorny bushes that are on the road to Allah, and you are meant to go back to Allah but then these things keep getting in the way.
Assalamu alaikum. Welcome to Allah Loves. So the most frequent reference in the Quran to the love of Allah is in relation to this concept of Taqwa, of piety. And it goes right into it in Surat Al Baqarah. “Alif Lam Meem, thalika al-kitab la rayba feeh, hudan lilmuttaqeen”.