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Remembrance of Allah

Remembrance Of Allah

Source : Muslim Path / 23 Jun 2014

Fathima looks forward to Fajr prayers every morning. She loves the fresh smell of dew that the morning brings. Everything is so fresh in the morning and the two rak'ath of Fajr makes her feel really close to Allah the most high. But she always has one nagging question in her mind. "How do I ensure that I always remember Allah throughout the day?" she wonders. So one day she decides to observe what her family does to remember Allah.

 

On the types of Zikr (remembrance of God)

There are two degrees of this recollection of God. The first degree is that of those saints whose thoughts are altogether absorbed in the contemplation of the majesty of God, and have no room in their hearts for anything else at all. This is the lower degree of recollection for when a man's heart is fixed and his limbs are so controlled by his heart that they abstain from even lawful actions, he has no need of any device or safeguard against sins. It was to this kind of recollection that the Prophet referred when he said, "He who rises in the morning with only God in his mind, God shall look after him, both in this world and the next." Some of these recollectors of God are so absorbed in the thought of Him that, if people speak to them they do not hear, or walk in front of them they do not see, but stumble as if they collided with a wall.

 

7 Daily Spiritual Productive Habits to Develop

 

By Abu Productive / 28 May 2013

You should aim to develop the following 7 Spiritually Productive activities into habits so that you can hopefully continue benefitting from them throughout your life. I consider these activities as the spiritual ‘bread and butter’ of any ProductiveMuslim. To develop them as habits is the essence of embarking on your journey towards the love of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) and constantly increasing in your eman, inshaAllah:

 

Dhikr and tasbih from the Sunnah

Source : Agencies / 6 Feb 2013

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  1. سُبْحَانَاللّهِوَبِحَمْدِهِ- SubhanAllah wa biHamdihi (Glory be to Allah and Praise Him).

Whoever says (the above) a hundred times during the day, his sins are wiped away, even if they are like the foam of the sea.[Sahih al-Bukhari; #7:168, Sahih Muslim; #4:2071]

 

Steps in achieving tranquility of the heart

By Jinan Bastaki
Source: OnIslam.net

Sometimes it feels like it’s just too much – these fluctuations in our faith, the repeated sinning, the feeling that “I just don’t deserve Allah’s mercy.”

 
 

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