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This is a light meal taken shortly before the break of dawn. There is consensus that this meal is a highly recommended Sunnah.

In reports by Bukhari and Muslim, Anas (raa) related that the Messenger of Allah said: "Take your early morning meal for in that is a blessing." In another report by Miqdam bin Ma'a Diyikarib (raa) the Messenger of Allah (saas) said: "Take this early morning meal for it is a blessed meal."

In both ahadiths the statement underscores the importance of sahuur, and to caution anyone from thinking they can just stay without a meal all night and continue with fasting. This may explain why the statement came as a command. Although it is not mandatory to eat sahuur, it is highly encouraged so that anyone intending to fast will make an effort to take sahuur.
The crux of the matter is not to show how strong you are, but how obedient you are.

Sahuur, above all, ensures that the devotee has the energy he or she will need during the course of the day, and it makes the fast easier.

Tajuddin B. Shu`aibDa`awah Enterprises International


Dia Yang Ku Sayang

Dia Yang Ku Sayang Selamanya....

Aduh rindunya aku padanya...apa khabar dia..jalinan ukhuwah ingin ku tautkan agar lebih erat dan akrab...sahabat ku...kau selalu di hatiku...rinduku pada kenanang dulu terus mengusik jiwaku...rindunya aku padamu...hari ni ingat nak sma dia tapi dia tak sms pun....hmm walaupun jauh di mata tapi tetap di hati...takkan nak tunggu dia sms dulu kot??
teringat aku pada kisah sahabat .....nak cerita ni satu hari...
Saidina Umar Al Khatab mengadu kepada Rasullah ..' Ya Rasulullah Ali tidak pernah memulakan mengucap salam padaku..' kemudian Rasullullah memanggil Saidina Ali : ' Benarkah engkau tidak pernah memulakan memberi salam pada Umar?
Saidina Ali berkata benar Ya Rasullulah...bukankah dulu engkau pernah berkata sesiapa yang memulai memberi salam maka Allah menyediakan baginya istana di syurga kerana itu aku sering membiarkan Umar memberi salam padaku dahulu kerana aku mahu dia mendapat istana do syurga...........' boleh ke cerita ni dijadikan alasan dlm kes aku ni ??? (to be continue............)

p/s tengok gambar kucing di atas >>> comel kan.!!!


Hadith about Ramadhan

Hadith No. 1

Why the name Ramadhan?
قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم :
{إنَّما سُمِّي رَمَضَانُ لأنَّهُ يُرَمْضُ الذُّنوبُ}
The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him and his progeny) said:
Surely, the month of Ramadhan has been named so because it scorches away the sins.
Kanz ai-'Ummal, H.: 23688

Hadith No. 2

The Reverence of the Month of Ramadhan.
قال علي عليه السلا
م :
{لا تَقُولُوا رَمَضَانَ ولَكِنْ قُولُوا شَهْرُ رَمَضَانَ فإنَّكُمْ لا تَدْرُونَ مَا رَمَضَانُ}
Imam Ali (peace be upon him) said:
Do not say Ramadhan rather say month of Ramadhan, for surely you know not what (really) Ramadhan is.
AI-Kafi, Vol.: 4, Pg.: 69

Hadith No. 3

The Name of God
قال الصادق عليه السلام
{لا تَقُولُوا هَذَا رَمَضَانُ ولا ذَهَبَ رَمَضَانُ ولا جَاءَ رَمَضَانُ فَإنَّ رمَضَانَ إسْمٌ مِنْ أسْمَاءِ اللهِ عَزَّ وَ جَلَّ لا يَحِيءُ ولا يَذْهَبُ و إنَّمَا يَحِيءُ وَ يَذْهَبُ الزَّائِلُ ولَكِنْ قُولُوا شَهْرُ رَمَضَانَ}
Imam Sadiq (peace be upon him) has said:
Say not, "This is Ramadhan" and "Ramadhan has departed" and "Ramadhan has arrived" for surely, Ramadhan is one of the names of Allah, The Mighty the Glorious, who neither arrives nor departs.
Surely, arrives and departs that, which is ephemeral. Instead say: "The month of Ramadhan".
AI-Kafi, Vol.: 4, Pg.: 70



assalamualaikum wr wb

Happy Ramadhan.....

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. It is during this month that Muslims observe the Fast of Ramadan. Lasting for the entire month, Muslims fast during the daylight hours and in the evening eat small meals and visit with friends and family. It is a time of worship and contemplation. A time to strengthen family and community ties.

During the Fast of Ramadan strict restraints are placed on the daily lives of Muslims. They are not allowed to eat or drink during the daylight hours. Smoking and sexual relations are also forbidden during fasting. fasting is a way of experiencing hunger and developing sympathy for the less fortunate, and learning to thankfulness and appreciation for all of God's bounties. Fasting is also beneficial to the health and provides a break in the cycle of rigid habits or overindulgence.

O you who believe, fasting is decreed for you, as it was decreed for those before you, that you may attain salvation. ( Al-Baqarah 183)


aisha's blog

aisha's blogSelamat menempuh alam baru,,semuga berkekalan sampai ke Jannah. ash,,walau apa pun persahabatan kita yang telah terjalin sebegitu lama jangan di lupakan yaaa..
Jangan nanti sudah dapat yang baru,,,kami di lupakan:D


Reverted Story from Anonymous

Let me start this revert story to let you know this is A true blessing for me to come to Islam and to find Allah of whom whether I know it or not was searching for since i was a small child. I will share with u some brief past to let you know who I use to be and how Allah has brought me to a Strong, humble, Muslimah.

You see when I was a small child up until one year ago, my family never taught me about God or had me in church ever or anything that had to do with religion. I grew up believing there was no God and I did anything as I like because nothing seemed a sin in my family. U could almost say I was a spoiled brat and I did what I wanted whenever I wanted and no one cared to be honest.

I had no discipline or certain way to be. As you can tell this lead me down a very bad sinful life. After my parents divorced at the age of 7, it was all downfall from there. After that I grew up with a mother who had mental issues and a very bad alcohol problem and many men problems as well. She let bad things happen to me with her ex husband so I began to rebel at an early age because at the time I hated her and her husband for this.

I started hanging out with so called friends,partying, and so on. I even began to drink at the age of 13 because things in my house had become so bad in my house and my mother and step dad always drank so I thought it would help my problems and make them go away. Of course it did'nt. I had nothing to believe in so I livedday after day doing this. I started having boyfriends at the age of 13 as well and it was fine with my family almost an ordinary thing for them. It was'nt before long I became pregnant at the age of 15 with my then boyfriend in high school. I had baby at 16 and when I graduate at the age of 18 my son stayed withthe father and his parents while I went to another state and attended school. Then I seemed liek a teen all over again and I had fun while I attended school but the wrong kind of fun as you can see. I did what I wanted to do again.

I had a job, went to school, had my own place andmy own money so it seemed no one could tell me what to do. I thought I knew everything. I met a new man and I got pregnant and so we married and I quit school. Needless To say, he had affair after affair on me and by the time my son was born he left me for another woman and another baby. So there I was at the age of 19, single parent, alone, and depressed. I decided to make some changes in my life. This was some type of turnign point for me. I calmed down completely. I went to school, went to work and lived for my kids. I felt there was somethign missing though. I wanted to know God at this point. I wanted to have that happy feeling of believeing in him and so on. So I started going to church. I did'nt find a sense of belonging there and I did'nt believe in what theywere preaching to me about this trinity and about Jesus being the begotten son of God. So i stopped attending and a year later I started joining the Kingdom Hall at the age of 20. But somehow this just was'nt right for me either.

I did'nt feel God and I did'nt have the feeling or anything. I did'nt believe. So i went there still yes but only to have something to belong to in front of peaopl. I knwo this sounds wrong and it is but at the time I did;nt want anyone to know I did'nt believe in God and all soi just attended to attend. It was at this point I really began to feel that there was no God. Here I was just turned 21 and I did'nt feel anything so I started thinging maybe he was just made up in many religions for people to have something to believe in. You knwo what is amazing is that that whole time I was searching for God and then someone came to me. I met this woman. Very different then most woman i communicated with. She always dress so strangely to me. She interested me eventhough it seemed we had nothing in common. I asked her oneday why she dress this way and why she dont shake hands with the men that come in the building and she say very humbly "because I am muslim and I love Allah". I thought this was almost funny to me. I was like yeah ok sarcastically.

She would always try to offer me books after that and I would take them btu wouldnt read them like she wanted me to I'm sure. Then oneday. I was really bored and I said why not. I got nothing to lose it seemed so I picked one book up and started reading it. It really had my attention. I wanted to learn more so I asked her for more. Then I found myself getting on the internet and reading and goiong to Islamic rooms to find trur muslims and see there input on things.I read and I read and this knowledge made sense to me. It was clear. The message was clear to me. It felt right. Would you nelieve one night I woke up in the middle of the night.Wallahi I had this sudden happy feeling. I was emotional. I was happy. Happy as I could ever remember being happy. I was crying Allah's name. He was and is my God. I found him.I felt him near at that point.

I couldnt explain the way I felt honestly and to this day I still cant exp[lain how happy I felt at that moment. Through all the years of emotional abuse, sexual abuse, mental abuse, and through all my life and sins there HE was. Do you know this is such a wonderful thing for me. Think how Allah has changed my life. I cover and in hijab everyday, I am married to a muslim man and he love me dearly and take care of me and my children, and I am the happiest I have ever been. All Praise is due to Allah..Ameen...

Anonymous June 16, 2006


Converted Story from Sister Sarah

i first heard about islam from the television where i was watching about hajj and i also had heard the stuff everyone hears about islam so i decided i would read about islam in a book..... it told me about the prophet mohammed and how the Quran came to us.... so then i came online and met a couple of people from an arab chat and they told me about islam... i met my friend nader who later got married and told me i could talk to his wife about islam who was american and was a revert .... i asked her a lot of questions about islam and asked her questions i had as a christain and couldnt find the answer to, but she had the answers from the Quran.... i come to learn more and more about islam and i read some of the quran and i asked her how to become a muslim..

she told me and i made the decision that islam made sense to me and that i could totaly trust in Allah i would never find questions about my faith again... because before that i had been a christian, baptist and i always questioned the exsistence of god and at one time i even became a atheist... ever since i learned about islam and became a muslim i feel more at peace... i used to always feel sad and very depressed but now i know Allah is there and he is helping me get through it all and with Allah i can do anything... since i live in a small town in the south being a muslim isnt exactly easy... there isnt a big muslim community that i know of.. there is about 2 or 3 mosques here that i know of... i dont see muslims anywhere around in my town... as a matter of fact i think im the only one... my parents said it was my decision to make when it came to faith since i was old enough to know righ from wrong.... my dad doesnt seem to be to happy with my decision he thinks i wasnt born a muslim i cant be a muslim... he thinks im just doing this for attention... my mom on the other hand is ok with it she still is head strong about being christain though and would insist

she was right if you were to argue with her... though we both agree we dont argue religion... a few family members poke and make fun of me.... others are just like whatever... when i finally got my dad to let me buy hijab i wore to school i had been going to school for about a month so it was a big change when i wore it though i told everyone who i talked to that i was muslim... i walked in the school building and everyone kept staring and some mad fun of me.... then it came down to the principal who stops me in the hall and says i cannot wear it in the building and i refused to take it off... i told him as american i have the right to wear it... for the 1st amendment states freedom of speech, religion, beliefs etc... the principal and officer told me i had to wait in the office to talk to the head principal and they laughed...

i wasted my time waiting just to hear that i could wear it only for the rest of that day that he would contact the schools lawyer.. later he tells me that if i dont wear full islamic clothing i cannot wear my hijjab that there is no such thing as half muslim... that if i were to wear it i had to wear an abaya... i could not afford one and i wasnt going to let this statement keep me from wearing it so i went behind my parents backs and sent a email to this association for muslims in america... they contacted the school and it went to court... my mom found out and told the woman i was only 17 and she made my decisions.. the woman appologized and said she couldnt help me then... but it still went through court they said that i could wear hijab if my parents signed a note saying i converted to islam and my dad refused so i had to go without wearing it..

they took my hijabs away and finally i got them back only time i wear them is in prayer.. as a muslim in america its not easy but i will never let someone stop me from trusting Allah and having faith in Allah... as a muslim in america you must never quit and never let what someone says stop you ... just try to dedicate some of your time to learning the Quran and about Islam and always remember Allah....


Do you think they crazy????

There some stupid conversation among my friends. Belive or not??? dont belive it....

Aisha : I don't know what to buy - a cow or a bicycle.
Sha : You will look silly riding a cow.
Aisha : I will look even sillier trying to milk a bicycle.

Eman : I found twenty cents on the sidewalk.
Lorna: That's mine. I dropped a twenty-cent coin there this morning.
Eman : But, what I found was two ten-cent coins!
Lorna: That's it. I heard it break when it hit the ground.

Virus : Is this my train?
Station Master : No, it belongs to the Railway Company.
Virus : Don't try to be funny. I mean to ask if I can take this train to Kuala Lumpur.
Station Master : No Madam, I'm afraid it's too heavy.

* virus is lady from arab country(i hide her name for security purpose)

Nahla : I can call, "Rover! Rover!" all day long and my cat won't come!
Najah : How come?
Nahla : Because my cat's name's Lucky.

Asma : Have you given the goldfish fresh water?
Pupil : No, Madam. They haven't finished the water I gave them last week.

Rose : Nur says I'm pretty. Lily says I'm ugly. What do u think, Veggie?
Veggie : A bit of both. I think you're pretty ugly.



Smoking and islam
“Every talk(word) u can take from it or not except Rasoul Allah words”

I know many may not agree on that words in here but I am just a messenger to what I known and what I see that is a way where our enemies is try to destroy our ummah , and u al have minds and knowledge to judge as u want and to accept or not according to ur faith and believes, O Allah I have just told others , O Allah witness on that,Allah knows best)

U have to know may Allah have mercy on u that smoking is an evil no way , and some may say it is forbidden in Islam due to what it causes from harms in health , to u and to others and to ur money and ur brain, and it is known among scholars that Islam forbid anything that harms 1) brain, 2) health 3) others 4) money , and no doubt that smoking harms all of that and , and we will have verses from Quran and sunnah to show that inshAllah, and sure not it must be the right words so let just read and analysis and then everyone has mind and ability to judge by himself on smoking and how Islam looks to it. And it was proved by medical that smoking is harmful no doubts, that is why u saw on the cigarette box is written “smoking harms ur health”. In addition, it was proved that many cases of death are due to smoking as it is a direct cause for heart diseases, lungs and veins. And Islam calls u not to kill urself .

Many scholars says that smoking is forbidden due to the following:

First: proves from Qur’an:

قال الله تعالى"وَيٌحِلٌّ لَهٌمٌ الطَّيِّبَاتِ وَ يٌحَرِّمٌ عَلَيْهِمٌ الخَبَائِثَ" ( الاعراف:157)

“Those who follow the apostle, the unlettered Prophet, whom they find mentioned in their own (scriptures),- in the law and the Gospel;- for he commands them what is just and forbids them what is evil; he allows them as lawful what is good (and pure) and prohibits them from what is bad (and impure); He releases them from their heavy burdens and from the yokes that are upon them. So it is those who believe in him, honour him, help him, and follow the light which is sent down with him,- it is they who will prosper." { Al Araaf 7 :157}

And it is known that good and pure (Al tayebat) things(food) the Muslim says when he start to eat it “ BismIllah” and when he finished he says “AlhamduIllah” , and cigarettes not like that , so we known(scholars) it is from bad and impure (kabaeth).

قال الله تعالى"وَلاَ تَقْتٌلٌوا أَََنْفٌسَكٌمْ اِنَّ اللهَ كَانَ بِكٌمْ رَحيِِمَاَ"
( النساء:29)

“ O ye who believe! Eat not up your property among yourselves in vanities: But let there be amongst you Traffic and trade by mutual good-will: Nor kill (or destroy) yourselves: for verily Allah hath been to you Most Merciful! " { Al Nesa 4:29}

And smoking kills millions per year by cancer and others diseases, so it is a slow killing to the soul.

(3) قال الله تعالى" وَ لاَ تٌلْقٌوا بِأَيْديْكٌمْ اِلَى التَّهْلٌكَة" (البقرة: 195)

“And spend of your substance in the cause of Allah, and make not your own hands contribute to (your) destruction; but do good; for Allah loveth those who do good “. {Al Baqarah 2:195}

قال الله تعالى" وَلَا تُبَذِّرْ تَبْذِيرًا(26)إِنَّ الْمُبَذِّرِينَ كَانُوا إِخْوَانَ الشَّيَاطِينِ وَكَانَ الشَّيْطَانُ لِرَبِّه كَفُورًا(27) (الاسراء: 26-27)

“26. And render to the kindred their due rights, as (also) to those in want, and to the wayfarer: But squander not (your wealth) in the manner of a spendthrift. 27. Verily spendthrifts are brothers of the Evil Ones; and the Evil One is to his Lord (himself) ungrateful. “
{Al Isra 17:26-27}

And the smoker spent his money on smoking and on something which harms him and in disobeying Allah and it is better that he spent that money on his family and children or for Allah sake instead of that that and instead of spending more money later on his sickness and diseases. Is it from the mind and genius that human buy his harm ness by his money!!??

Second: Proves from sunnah:
Rasoul Allah (salla Allah aleh wa salam said) “ No harm and no harm others"لاضرر و لا ضرار" "(means don’t harm urself or harm others) { Bukhari, Ahmed, and was corrected and said sahih by Al Albaney}.
And that is disorder {nahey (نهي)} and disorder (nahey) means forbidden.
( sure not must be right but that is ijtihad but if u don’t accept it so make ijtihad to search for truth and analysis to the above verses hadiths)

Important points to know:

1)Dar Al ifta in Egypt:
made a fatwa says in it” smoking is haram by all ways of shariah” (Dr. shiehk: Naser Fareed Wasel) ,{date: 25 jamad Al Awel 1420 hijeran } Allah knows best.

2) The good smell of muslim is an important thing:
the smell of the smoker is awful and harms who prays and it is more harmful than the smell of onion and garlic , and Rasoul Allah (PBUH) said “ who eat onion or garlic so don’t get nearer to our mosque , as angels get harmed by what harms baney Adam(humans) “ {Muslim}.so fear Allah in the people who prayers, and also Rasoul Allah used to keep the smell of the Muslims who prays good as He (PBUH) said “ perfume ur mouth by sewak ( a stick made from arek wood with good smell used to clean mouth as brush nowdays) as it says Qur’an” {Al Albaney}, and the smell of the smoker is not good but always bad and al his clothes smells same cause of smoking.

4) Religion is advise {Muslim}

the smoker may say I cant stop smoking, so u have to know that that is from (shitan) satan , u have to know that while u smoke one cigarette u burn ur self with it and that shitan plays with u and u suppose to be stronger and have ability not to make him victor on u and on ur strength if u really have faith and eman may be it take times but if u fear Allah u will win at end inshAllah , and also u have to know that u disobey Allah and that smoking will take u to more danger stages if u let shitan victor and u follow his desires , so return back to Allah and quit smoking immediately and strive urself and be patient and know that Allah will reward u on that jihad (strive) and keep on Dua and ask Allah help and right path.

3) smoking and harming others , smoking and brough up children:
the smoker harm people and he made them smoke by force as he force them to breath the smoke which harms them and that what is called negative smoke , which means they smoke by force , and also when parents smoke in front of kids so he became a bad ideal to them and they will be like their way on smoking and do like them and that may lead them to others things which is more harmful than smoke. And by that way he will be brought them up wrong and cheating them and not do his role as a father or mother which Allah will ask them about that role .

sources( writer Dr.Alexander chrolofell, lahai, Holland & report for WHO 2002)

1) Medical statistics shows that 85% from the cases of cancer of lungs is due to smoking.
2) Range of those who die by cancer is 22 exceeding in those who smoke compared by those who do not smoke.
3) Those who smoke get sick by cancer of lungs, mouth, stomach, breast, pancreas, by about 4 times more than those who do not smoke.
4) Women who smoke are the most that face problems in pregnant and birth time and their kid’s faces many problems like loss in weight, none complete of brain, and other problems related with genetics.
5) According to the WHO about (20-30%) of death happened all over the world related or due to smoking.
6) The smoker breathes only 18% of the smoke and the 85% is smoked by who surround him.

source : maram ( edit by me)


15 Syaaban

About 15 Syaaban

There is no saheeh marfoo’ report that speaks of the virtue of the middle of Sha’baan that may be followed, not even in the chapters on al-Fadaa’il (chapters on virtues in books of hadeeth etc.). Some maqtoo’ reports (reports whose isnaads do not go back further than the Taabi’een) have been narrated from some of the Taabi’een, and there are some ahaadeeth, the best of which are mawdoo’ (fabricated) or da’eef jiddan (very weak). These reports became very well known in some countries which were overwhelmed by ignorance; these reports suggest that people’s lifespans are written on that day or that it is decided on that day who is to die in the coming year. On this basis, it is not prescribed to spend this night in prayer or to fast on this day, or to single it out for certain acts of worship. One should not be deceived by the large numbers of ignorant people who do these things. And Allaah knows best.

Shaykh Ibn Jibreen.

If a person wants to pray qiyaam on this night as he does on other nights – without doing anything extra or singling this night out for anything – then that is OK. The same applies if he fasts the day of the fifteenth of Sha’baan because it happens to be one of the ayyaam al-beed, along with the fourteenth and thirteenth of the month, or because it happens to be a Monday or Thursday. If the fifteenth (of Sha’baan) coincides with a Monday or Thursday, there is nothing wrong with that (fasting on that day), so long as he is not seeking extra reward that has not been proven (in the saheeh texts)

This is mentioned in some ahaadeeth, but there is some scholarly difference of opinion as to the soundness of those ahaadeeth. There is no saheeh hadeeth concerning the virtue of the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan.

It was narrated from Abu Moosa al-Ash’ari that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Allaah looks down on the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan and forgives all his creation except a mushrik or one who harbours hatred against the Muslims.” Narrated by Ibn Maajah, 1390.

The “one who harbours hatred against the Muslims” means one who has enmity towards a Muslim brother.

In al-Zawaa’id it says: Its isnaad is da’eef, because ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Lahee’ah is da’eef (weak) and al-Waleed ibn Muslim is mudallis.

There is also some idtiraab (weakness) in the hadeeth, as stated by al-Daaraqutni in al-‘Ilal, 6/50, 51. He said: This hadeeth is not proven.

It was narrated from Mu’aadh ibn Jabal, ‘Aa’ishah, Abu Hurayrah, Abu Tha’labah al-Khushani and others, but the isnaads are not free of some weakness, and some of them are very weak.

Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali said:
Concerning the virtue of the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan there are numerous ahaadeeth, concerning which the scholars differed, but most of them classed them as da’eef, and Ibn Hibbaan classed some of them as saheeh.

Lataa’if al-Ma’aazif, 261.

Allaah’s descending to the first heaven does not only happen on the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan, rather it is proven in al-Saheehayn and elsewhere that Allaah descends to the first heaven every night, in the last third of the night. The night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan is included in this general meaning. Hence, when ‘Abd-Allaah ibn al-Mubaarak was asked about the descent of Allaah on the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan, he said to the one who asked him: “O weak one! The night of the fifteenth?! He descends every night!”

Narrated by Abu ‘Uthmaan al-Saabooni in I’tiqaad Ahl al-Sunnah, no. 92.
Al-‘Aqeeli (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: With regard to Allaah’s descending on the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan there are ahaadeeth which are weak, but the reports that He descends every night are proven and saheeh, so the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan is included in that, in sha Allaah.

So we can say in brief that :

If a person wants to pray qiyaam on this night as he does on other nights – without doing anything extra or singling this night out for anything – then that is OK

The same applies if he fasts the day of the15of Sha’baan because it happens to be one of the ayyaam al-beed, along with 14 15 of the month, or because it happens to be a Monday or Thursday

If the 15(of Sha’baan) coincides with a Monday or Thursday, there is nothing wrong with that (fasting on that day), so long as he is not seeking extra reward that has not been proven (in the saheeh texts). And Allaah knows best.

Sources : Maram


Dont Fear

Allah controls life and death

If you fear for your physical safety and security, remember that only Allah gives life and takes it back and, that He has appointed the time for it. No one can harm you except if Allah wills. As He says in the Quran:

"Wherever you are, death will find you out, even if you are in towers built up strong and high!" (Quran 4:78).

Remember that life is short

It's easy to get caught up in our own stress and anxiety. However, if we remember that our life is short and temporary, and that the everlasting life is in the Hereafter, this will put our worries in perspective.

This belief in the transitory nature of the life of this world reminds us that whatever difficulties, trials, anxieties, and grief we suffer in this world are, Insha Allah, something we will only experience for a short period of time. And more importantly, if we handle these tests with patience, Allah will reward us for it.


Make the Quran your Partner

Reading and listening to the Quran will help refresh our hearts and our minds. Recite it out loud or in a low voice. Listen to it in the car. When you are praying Nafl or extra prayers, pick it up and use it to recite portions of the Quran you are not as familiar with. Connecting to the Quran means connecting to God. Let it be a means to heal your heart of stress and worries. Invest in different recordings of the Quran and their translations.

"O humanity! There has come to you a direction from your Lord and a cure for all [the ills] in men's hearts - and for those who believe, a Guidance and a Mercy" (Quran 10:57).


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