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The Real Solution

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Monday, 01 July 2013 11:26

“I have a problem!” This is arguably among the most common complaint in any day. From stress and anxiety to chronic illnesses, from cash-flow problems to abject poverty, from petty domestic disputes to family feuds and worst of all minor sins to blatantly trampling the laws of Allah Ta‘ala – almost everyone has some problem. Is there any solution – a solution that can make one feel content even in poverty and grateful even in sickness. Is there a solution to the raging infernos in many homes and to the blazing fires in many hearts? … Yes. The solution is called Taqwa.

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I don’t have my ‘Eid Clothes yet!

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Thursday, 27 June 2013 08:39

“The last ten days are already here. I haven’t found my ‘eid clothes as yet! I walked from one side of the mall to the other … shop to shop till I dropped … You name it and I saw it. One whole day got wasted in Overport … forget an outfit, I didn’t even find a decent cloak. I got my last chance … I might get lucky at the ‘Eid Fair. As for these two ‘scamps’, I just don’t know what I am going to do for their second outfit. Don’t talk about their ‘eid pyjamas. I can’t understand how I am going to manage to finish my khatam, and still do all the baking. ‘Eid is at my mother-in-law’s place this year.” 

Does this ring a bell? We need not waste our Ramadhaan in this way. Let us try to complete our errands before Ramadhaan and keep ourselves as free as possible. In this way we can maximise on the ‘great bargains’ that have been promised in this ‘mega sale’.

 

The Month of Great Opportunities - Ramadaan - mp3

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Tuesday, 10 July 2012 09:02

    Pietermaritzburg Program: Mufti Zubair Bayat Saheb

Arrival of a V.I.P. guest / Preparation for this guest / Cleaning the house of our hearts to entertain this guest / Spending time with this guest / Drawing up a timetable and suggestions in this regard / Minimum time in the kitchen between Asr and Maghrib / Zikr and Duaa / Excessive recitation of the Quraan Majeed and practical tips on how to achieve this / 20 Rakaats of Taraweeh is Sunnat - not 8 Rakaats / Ta’leem of Fazaai’l e Ramadaan / Staying away from sins and undesirable acts / If Ramadaan is spent correctly, the rest of the year will go well – A wise person will invest in one month and reap the benefits during the entire year / An important Duaa before Ramadaan

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Isipingo Beach Program: Moulana Zahir Karim:

Perhaps this is your last Ramadaan / The pious servants of Allah Ta’ala only wanted to live in this world to reap more rewards / The only thing that will accompany us in the grave is our actions / Respect this great month / Disrespect results in a nation being transformed to apes / Don’t settle for second best / Advices of Hazrat Moulana Badr e Alam (rahimahullah) – Great Muhaddith of Madinah Munawwarah – on how to spend our 24 hours in the month of Ramadaan

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Happily Ever After!

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Thursday, 27 June 2013 09:04

A successful marriage lasts happily ever after. It thrives on correct behaviour and ethical conduct. This in turn is influenced by correct thinking. Therefore correct thinking and attitude play a big role in preparing for the big day and the new life ahead. The lives of the Sahaabah (radhiyallahu ‘anhum) were a perfect example of correct thought and an Islamic mindset.  

There lived a man by the name of Julaibeeb (radhiyallahu ‘anhu). He was an ordinary man by worldly standards. He was not endowed with the charm and allure that other men had, nor did he hold the social standing that the noble would enjoy. But … he was a man of Imaan and a Companion of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam). This was an attribute that far superseded any worldly disadvantage.

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Too many Cooks Spoil the Broth!

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Thursday, 27 June 2013 11:41

Ever wondered what in the world that meant? Especially when you walk into a world class buffet and take in the spread of food. Hot and cold cereals and porridges, freshly baked rolls and breads of countless varieties stacked neatly in wicker baskets, pastries, crepes, crumpets, pancakes and waffles artistically piled up with every accompaniment you could imagine: cream, cinnamon sugar, honey, syrups, jams, pastes and spreads. The ice layer at the end of the room invites you to freshly squeezed juices and “smoothies” whizzed in front of you in flavours and varieties you may never have heard of (cucumber and mint, pear and banana, pineapple and black grape ...). 

As though cleverly designed, unsuspectingly the aroma of freshly ground coffee of the finest Arabica and Robusta blend pulls and lugs you to the tea and coffee station where international varieties introduce themselves to you for the first time. 

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