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6 Mindblowing & Exceptional Reasons To Make Dhikr This Ramadan

Bismillah Rabbi Zidnee Ilman “My Lord! Increase me in knowledge.” What does dhikr really mean? How can we implement and make it a habit to be in a constant state of dhikr to achieve closeness? You claim to love Allah subhanahu wa taala more than anything in this world. But …

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Messed Up 20 Days Of Ramadan – 4 Step Game Changer Guide For Last 10 Days.

Bismillah Rabbi Zidnee Ilman ”My Lord! Increase me in knowledge.” So, you started your Ramadan with a bang, and lost the enthusiasm and zeal to carry with the same energy after a week or so? Fret not. You are not alone. Many people start off Ramadan with lofty ambitions and …

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5 Easy Ways to Tame Your Tongue in Ramadan

Bismillah Rabbi Zidnee Ilman “My Lord! Increase me in knowledge.” People may not remember the expensive dress you wore or the fancy car you drove but they would surely remember a kind word or a gentle piece of advice you could give. Fasting in Ramadan isn’t just about restricting your …

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7 Ramadan Advice To New Muslimahs / Reverts

Bismillah Rabbi Zidnee Ilman “My Lord! Increase me in knowledge.” You might have come across several posts that are buzzing with excitement with Ramadan around the corner. If you have just reverted to Islam and are feeling a little too apprehensive of what to expect, here’s a small attempt on …

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Who Do You Hang Out With- Part II

Bismillah Part 1 6. How Allah subhaanahu wa ta’aala Helps Through Those Whom We Hang Out With A few months back, I was being overloaded with work, studies, exams and assignments, which was topped with a challenge I had never thought I would have to encounter. As much as I …

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Who Do You Hang Out With- Part I

Bismillah Part 2 Back in the days as a teenager, there were two goals I wanted to achieve: top in academics and have “cool” friends. The ones who are popular in class, the ones who would take part in all the extra curricular activities and come off as well-rounded, the …

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Patient Shaytaan – Impatient Insaan (Lessons From The Life Of Umar)

Bismillah The light is red. It seems to have been red for an eternity. The minutes tick slowly forward as the heat of the sun mercilessly beats down. Is it broken? You are so late! Not a single vehicle is passing through the intersection. It seems to be red for …

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Lessons Learned From The Life Of Umm Ammarah

Bismillah The typical Muslim woman, shrouded from the world, lives her life in obscurity in the service of her husband and children. Seeking no recognition and having no personality or ambitions beyond the pleasure of her family she lives and dies leaving no mark on the pages of history. She …

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3 Steps To Rise Up To A Challenge

Bismillah It is no secret that women play the most dynamic roles in today’s world. From being a super cook to getting the kids ready and making sure everything is completed on time, it’s a task many would envy but women accomplish with clear precision. If you are a working …

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Pretty Enough…?

Bismillah “Am I pretty?” With my brows furrowed, I sit here wondering what kind of daughters are being raised. I’ve very sadly seen girls who believe that they must act and behave in a certain way, quite simply because, they are, in the limited spectrum of people’s imagination, nothing but …

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