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Utilise Your Youth Series: Serve Allah (SWT) with Sincerity

Utilise Your Youth Series: Serve Allah (SWT) with Sincerity

A tale of two youth Meet ‘Eesa and Eeman. Both youthful, driven and full of energy. They have small families, big dreams and 24 hours in a day to strive at achieving their giant goals. *** ‘Eesa is a such a high flyer! He is successful at work just like his school days. Surrounded by an

A Letter to My Teen Self: On Having Faith and Making The Best of Teen Years

A Letter to My Teen Self: On Having Faith and Making The Best of Teen Years

Psychologists have identified teen years to be a period of rapid growth and development – from physical to cognitive. It is a phase which ushers in maturity with its many responsibilities and choices. An early American psychologist, G.Stanley Hall called adolescence a time of ‘storm and stress’. A time of storm indeed, I agree! Looking

Back to School? 5 Tips to Help You Achieve your Goals

Back to School? 5 Tips to Help You Achieve your Goals

~  The ultimate goal of all human endeavours is the hereafter  ~ ”…and to Him you shall be raised” (Quran 67: 15) Its another back to school season. Countdown is in full gear to the start of a new school session. Excitement, anticipation, joy or even anxiety may cloud your daily activities. You know that

3 Qur’an Stories to Help You Overcome Demotivation

3 Qur’an Stories to Help You Overcome Demotivation

We all have Dreams. Along with B.I.G goals competing to make it into reality. Whether it’s publishing your writing, launching a passion project or balancing your career with marriage; you want to leave a great legacy as a source of reward and to benefit many generations coming after you. It will take loads of motivation

The Daily Personal Development Exercise

The Daily Personal Development Exercise

This is a personal development exercise I put together. I hope it will help you focus on your personal development needs as a Muslim Youth. And help you achieve your ‘self growth’ goals ultimately. It uses the concept of the Gratitude exercise developed by the Psychologist, Martin Seligman – known as the founding father of