Monthly Archives: November 2014


Some Sunnahs to remember.

1. Check your shoes before wearing it

2. Avoid traveling alone

3. Don’t decide on your own,

consult others.


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Meet The ‘Pavement Bookworm’


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This young 24-year-old homeless man, Philani, sits on the side of Empire Road in South Africa and, rather than begging, he provides book reviews.

Philani collects all of these books, reads each of them, and then provides reviews for people who are passing by. If you like the review, he will ask if you want to buy the book. This is how he makes a living.

Pavement Bookworm

In the video (see below) Philani notes that “reading is not harmful. There is no thing as harmful knowledge” and highlights the virtues of reading, reminding us how much better a book can make a person’s life, a child’s life, and the life of someone in a care home for the elderly.

Apparently Philani’s favourite author is John Grisham because;

“he touches on social justice and I think that’s the one thing lacking in the world”.

Philani’s appreciation for the value of books was apparently…

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Why i m so sad. i m feeling no good, why i m so irritating, everyone disturb towards my behaviour. i dont know whts problm with me, wht i want. plz pray for me specially.


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Select our Words


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Women and Food [Man Talk] Select our words

It is reported that Al-Ahnaf b. Qays – Allâh have mercy on him – said:

Stay away from mentioning women and food in our gatherings, for I hate a man to constantly describe his private parts and his stomach.

It is an aspect of higher conduct and religiousness that a man [sometimes] leaves eating food while he desires it.

Abû Bakr Al-Daynûrî, Al-Mujâlasah wa Jawâhir Al-‘Ilm 3:44, 45.

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Key to Productivity.

Must read this book and try to do like Him(S.A.W.W)

Dawah - For The Sake of Allaah

Many of us underestimate the importance of studying the seerah in our daily lives.So let’s find out about the amazing blessings of the seerah of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam.

Discover how you can get the best out of yourself and make the seerah part of your daily study routine!

Allah ar-Rahmaan says: O Prophet! Verily, We have sent you as witness and a bringer of good tidings and a warner. [Quran, 33:45]

Definition of Seerah

The word seerah means a path one takes from one place to another, a path a person takes during his or her life time. It includes attitudes, behavior, reactions, and biography.

Ask yourself these questions: How much time do I spend reading about the life of the prophet and His companions? How strong am I connected to my history as a Muslim? How strong is my Muslim identity?

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Smile… iis a SUNNAH


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November 9, 2014 · 11:37 am


« Let us train our minds to desire what the situation demands. » Seneca

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November 9, 2014 · 11:31 am