Ramadan Mubarak! Do you ever wonder in which month the Quran was first revealed? Knowing the history of the Quran and the nature of its revelation allows one to appreciate it all the more.
Following up on our previous reflection, what is it that keeps us making that plea to Allah? What is it that prevents us from truly connecting to Allah, and making that dua that we know that we need? Are we worried that Allah is not listening? Are we worried that our dua isn’t pious enough, or that we are righteous enough for our dua to be listened to?
I just wanted to share a reflection today on Surah Maryam [19:1].
Allah has 99 names, and each and every one of them has a purpose, a meaning, and should be understood to the best of our abilities.
Adam (pbuh) is regarded as the first human being, as well as the first Prophet of Islam. The story of Adam and Eve varies slightly across the Abrahamic religions while maintaining some similarities. This article explores the story of Adam and Eve in the Quran.
I often hear students say that they’d love to study the Quran, but they just can’t find the time. So I’ve filmed a video with some tips about how to find time in your day.
This article explores 8 Qur’an verses about marriage. Learn about the importance of marriage and the Qur’anic values that lead to a stable, healthy relationship.
I received this question recently. A great question. I think we all tend to have some mix of introversion and extroversion – no one is all introvert or all extrovert. You will find that when someone you consider an “introvert” is talking about their favorite topic, they light up and become the life of the party.
One of the features of the Quranic language which blows my mind… the use of past tense.
“And Allah is powerful over everything.” [2:20] This phrase above occurs 33 times in the Quran. I was reading about hoarding during the coronavirus pandemic. The first item to go was toilet paper. Of alllll the things… it was toilet paper!