"After recording and evaluating good deeds and bad deeds, Allah explained their goodness and badness as such: Whomsoever desires to do a good deed and is uanble to do so, Allah records this as a perfect deed of goodness. Whomesoever desires to do a good deed and is successful in doing so, Allah multiplies their good deed..."
"O son of Adam, it is good for you to give in charity your belongings which exceed your needs, and it is bad for you not to. You will not be condemned for keeping as much as you need. Begin your good deeds with those whom you are taking care of. Don't forget, the hand that gives is better than the hand that receives."read more 1 11.03.2010, Thursday
“None of you should wish for death. If the person wishing for death is a good person, they could do many more good deeds and acts of charity. If they are not good people however, it could so happen that they will repent and try to earn the pleasure of God.”read more 0 11.03.2010, Thursday
"Whichever of you witnesses an injustice should correct it physically if they can; if they are not able to do so, they should caution with words and if they are not able to do this either, they should despise it in their hearts. And this is the lowest level of faith."
In this hadith, which uses the metaphor of the shepherd and the flock, the importance of the consciousness of responsibility is emphasized; while attributing responsibility to all sane and mature individuals, it is also indicated that other roles, such as being an administrator or the head of a family, carry a greater responsibility due to the obligations connected with such duties.read more 1 11.03.2010, Thursday
"Intention" and "recompense" are the key concepts in this hadith. Intention means "an internal urge, factor, motivation or purpose that compels people to act and directs them to action." Intention is the answer to the questions...read more 0 11.03.2010, Thursday
Islam is centered on time. What Muslims do, including our daily prayers, gains more meaning if it is done on time. Good deeds that are not done in the right place at the right time can lose the meaning and benefit that they are expected to provide.read more 1 11.03.2010, Thursday
We can learn where the responsibilities toward our loved ones starts from the story of Mu’adh, a youth who was sent by Prophet Muhammad to Yemen as an administrator. The hadith of the Prophet: "If you love a fellow Muslim let them know" has been forgotten.read more 6 11.03.2010, Thursday