Eid is special. And Eid al-Fitr is extra special. It comes after the month of fasting – where your main goal was to attain Taqwa. The day serves as gift – to utilise in celebrating – through thanking and remembering Allah (swt). After the many blessings and bounties of Ramadan, isn’t it important to take
How often do you ponder, ”Can I improve my life?” ”How can I become my best?” ”How do I balance my dunya and akhirah goals?” No doubt, these are part of your daily worries. With the coming of Ramadan, you may have pondered even further, ”How do I join the ranks of those with Taqwa”?
Below are easy A-Z steps to making your Ramadan a spiritually sizzling self-improvement activity; to benefit your Mind, Body and Soul. Bismillah… Aroma cubes from Qur’an & Sunnah Budget rolls [un-roll with care to help you plan wisely] Charity in big heaps and gallons Dua and Dhikr juices ‘Extra effort’ puree Fasting mixture marinated from dawn to
My 4-year old niece has her ‘questioning moods’ . During these moods, she asks soooo many questions – from the light-hearted ones that make us crack up to the deep ones that stop us in our tracks – wondering how to answer with meaning and to her level of understanding. Asked in all innocence, some
Ramadan is in the air. Are you panicking about your hectic lifestyle? Plus the countless commitments you’ve made? Or perhaps you are thinking, ”it’s no big deal. Let it come when it comes”. Whatever your stand, Ramadan is worth more than your average season of goodies. Imagine all the freebies and bonuses you have ever received