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Obsession with Dreams

People are excessively obsessed with dreams. Their concern for things which they dream of, is greater than their concern for things which affect them during their state of wakefulness. How confused are they! Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi (Hayaatul Muslimeen)

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Love for books and reading

In one of his books entitled Sa’id al-khatir an auto biographical memoir, he writes: I may state here my own cast of mind. I am never tired of reading of books and my joy knows no bounds whenever I find a new book. … It would appear to be an exaggeration if I say I had gone through 20,000 books during my student days.  I came to know of the courage and large heartedness, erudition and tenacious memory, piety, and

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Global Whispers of Durood

Amidst the constant stream of microwaves, radio waves, 4G, 5G and other signals saturating the air, the transmission of durood during this Jumuah surpasses them all by an overwhelming margin.

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UnwaveringZikr

Constancy in zikr even without pleasure results in a closeness with Allah and the heart being wholesome. Shaykh Ashraf Ali Thanwi

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Allah Knows Best

Sometimes what you think didn’t work out for you,did in fact work out for you. Allah in His inifinite Wisdom knows best.

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The Oppressive Car Manufacturers?

Generally, a car has 5 seats, 2 at the front and 3 at the back. The purpose of the car is to transport us from A to B. The journey is not the main goal, but the destination is. The car is built in a manner that best fulfills its purporse. Now, what if someone said that car manufacturers are oppressive, unfair and do not treat customers equally because the people sitting at the front have a better view and

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Abundant Istighfaar 

“Istighfaar in abundance removes difficulties and brings barakah in earnings.” (Hakimul Ummat Maulana Thanwi)

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Pushed to Pray

When the world pushes you to your knees, you’re in the perfect position to pray. Rumi

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Justify the words

“Whenever you wish to say or write something, think to yourself that I need to present these words in court. If you are able to justify the words, then say them – otherwise, remain silent.” Mufti Muhammad Shafi Usmani

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Value Ilm

“There are two ways of recognizing how to value and appreciate ‘ilm, (1) Become a seeker of knowledge (taalibe ilm). (2) Do not restrict this knowledge to knowing only.” Mufti Mohammed Shafi (r.a.)

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