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Why do spouses make each other so angry?

What do Falcon’s teach us about why we get so angry at our loved ones? Have you seen Arab falcon trainers cover their Falcons with full black hoods? The falcon cannot see anything. Parents and children

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Focusing in Salah

I wanted to share with you a tip to help you increase your concentration in Salah. Truly, the sweetness of Salah comes from concentrating on what you’re doing and what you’re saying. I’ve

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8 Basic Errors Muslims are making with Zakat Al-Fitr

I feel compelled to put this together because I’ve seen the following errors being committed even since I was a young boy. In sha Allah, you can help me spread the word by sharing this article with your

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How do you define success? How does ALLAH define success?

Success. How do you define it? It seems every time someone uses the word ‘success’, someone in the comments section has to ask that question: “Yes, but how do you define success?” When

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How to say NO without feeling guilty

In my ventures and meetings in life, I’ve met many people who do not say no because .. they are too embarrassed to say no. Even if it’s detrimental to them, they won’t say no because they worry

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Decluttering: Why we delay it & is it really so difficult?

Let’s be frank, making decisions is hard. And decluttering, if you think about it, is nothing more than decisions that we are postponing. Where to file that stack of letters on my desk that I may need

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Boyhood memories – What made you happy?

A few days ago, I posted on my Facebook page a question, “Complete the sentence: What makes you happy? I’m happy when..” That came from a thought — if we know what makes us happy,

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Trust in Allah: Robins

Trust in Allah. I came across this beautiful quote that reads, “To TRUST someone is the highest compliment you can demonstrate, more than just loving them.” As a child growing up in Winnipeg, Canada,

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‘Unanswered’ Duas? Guidance on what to do

I’ve been teaching Visionaire for a couple of years now and one issue that I see come up, again and again, is the issue of supposedly ‘unanswered’ Duas. I don’t even like to use the word ‘unanswered’,

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10 ways to experience the sweetness of faith today

One of the great companions who tasted the sweetness of faith was Belal Ibn Al Rabah, may Allah be pleased with him. Ethnically from Ethiopia, Belal was a slave in Makkah, until Abu Bakr, may Allah be

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