Tag Archives: Inspirations

November, 2016

  • 15 November

    How to cherish your Husband

    Islam is a balanced religion and addresses all sectors; the employer as well as the employee, the oppressor as well as the oppressed and so on. My previous article was addressed to the husbands, on how to inculcate the noble character of Rasulullah (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) in the home. This one is an attempt to balance the scale. Hereunder are a few Hadiths that guide the wife on how to cherish …

  • 14 November

    Love for Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam)

    Allah Ta’ala has created in us emotions/feelings/sentiments. From all these sentiments, love is the most dynamic. There was a deep unparalleled love in the hearts of the Sahabah (radiyallahu ‘anhum) for Allah and Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam). This enabled them to practice the commands of Allah and Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) without hesitation. Here is a talk by My Beloved Father; Moulana Haroon Abasoomar saheb (rahimahullah) on the topic of …

  • 7 November

    The Best of You…

    One of the great expositions of Almighty Allah’s divinity is the creation of the spouse. The system of procreation is in itself unique as well as divine. Mind boggling is the fact that the entire human race has been extracted from a single couple; Nabi Adam (‘alayhis salam) and Sayyidah Hawwa (radiyallahu ‘anha).

October, 2016

  • 18 October

    We have our own standards of conduct..

    My beloved and respected teacher in Madinah Munawwarah, Shaykh Muhammad ‘Awwamah (may Allah protect him) once mentioned a story about his senior teacher, Shaykh ‘Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah (rahimahullah). I wanted to share it for its profound message and immense inspiration:

  • 4 October

    Moulana Muhammad Yusuf Al-Binnory (rahimahullah)

    Lineage Shaykh Muhammad Yusuf ibn Muhammad Zakariyya  Al-Binnory (rahimahullah) was a Sayyid; from the family of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam). His lineage goes back to Musa Kazim ibn Ja’far As-Sadiq ibn Muhammad Al-Baqir ibn Ali Zaynul ‘Abidin ibn Husayn ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib (radiyallahu ‘anhum). Moulana Muhammad Yusuf was called Al-Binnory because his grandfather stayed in the village of Binnor. Shaykh’s father was a pious ‘Alim who also wrote …

September, 2016

  • 12 September

    The value of Din (religion)

    In every man’s life, it is his Din (religion) that should reign supreme. Globally today, religion is given the ‘back seat’. The importance that is suppose to be attached to one’s Din, activities and responsibilities of Din is swiftly diminishing. Sadly, people have given importance to everything else but their religion. As Muslims we are trained, taught and reminded that our Din comes first. Here is my lecture on this …

August, 2016

  • 6 August

    Lessons from udhiyah

    ‘To uphold the din of Allah, he sacrifices and this is also the challenge there, on one hand is the love for hometown, family, his surrounding, familiarity etc and on the other hand is the command of Allah’ Here is a dynamic talk by My Beloved Father; Moulana Haroon Abasoomar saheb (rahimahullah) on lessons that can be derived from the event of Nabi Ibrahim (‘alayhis salam) and the sacrifice for …

July, 2016

  • 15 July

    Treasure every sunrise

    Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud (radiyallahu’anhu) would recite the following du’a at sunrise. Lets ponder over its meaning, take heed and practice. اَلْحَمْدُ ِلِله الَّذِى اَقَالَنَا يَوْمَنَا هَذَا وَلَم يُهْلِكْنَا بِذُنُوْبِنَا Allahumdulillahil ladhi aqalana yawmana hadha wa lam yuhlikna bi dhunubina

March, 2016

  • 20 March

    Success is attained by following the commands of Allah and adopting the Sunnah

    Allah Ta’ala has created what we see and that which we cannot see. Allah Ta’ala is the only real Creator and He is the Owner of every single thing. Allah Ta’ala is also the Creator of the conditions around us too. Here is a talk that will encourage us to boost our levels of yaqin and understand the road to success, insha Allah. Download here 20/3/18

  • 15 March

    Isal-Thawab (Your link to the Deceased)

    Whoever comes to this world has to depart and therefore everyone suffers the loss of a dear and near person at some point in his or her life. One method of reducing the grief felt over that loss is to constantly benefit the deceased through Isal-Thawab, which means: to dedicate the reward of a particular nafl deed to someone; deceased or alive. Isal-Thawab (to perform a virtuous act and dedicate …