Two Things to Envy

Sources say that the word "hasad (envy)" that passes in the text of this hadith has one real and one figurative meaning, and that here the figurative meaning is implied. The real meaning of hased is to wish that every kind of...

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Opening a Perfect Door: Repentance

Repentance... Asking for forgiveness... Desiring that one's mistakes not be counted... Making one's tongue and body witnesses to this plea... While making this wish, showing the sincerity of it through behavior ...

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Changing Guard With Our Parents

Our parents are "hands" that knead our personalities by distilling their own existence. From the day that we leap into the world the quiet and safe environment of our mother's womb, as symbols of love, self-sacrifice, trust and...

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Patience

Patience is potential power for the Muslim as it increases their resistance towards the difficulties of life. For the believer, it is the essential condition of victory and success; it is the source of energy and light. Patience is armor that protects, in every way, the glory and honor of the one who possesses it.

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Experiencing the Sweetness of Belief: Affection, Sincerity and Servitude

The most important dynamic that distinguishes an Islamic society other societies is the fact that it is founded on the principles of affection, servitude and sincerity. The value of servitude that is not based on affection and...

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Modesty Stems From Faith

Every Muslim who believes in Allah -the All-hearing, All-seeing and All...

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On the Greeting (of peace)

Faith, as it is described in the Holy Quran, is a concept that has roots penetrating into the depths of the earth, while its trunk and branches reach to the sky. It serves as the stairs that bring human beings to the awareness of the consciousness..

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