In Islam it is emphasized to respect ones parents to such an extent that there is a hadith that mentions Paradise lies beneath the feet of your mother. In this talk the speaker elaborates on the importance of the status of parents and also provides useful and practical tips on how to deal with awkward and difficult parents.
How do we remain fully submitted to Allah to what He has planned, despite things not materialising our way?
In this talk, Mufti Abdur-Rahman discusses the importance of Tawakkul (reliance) in Allah and in His grand plan. He perfectly illustrates this with a story of an individual whose one act of kindness at a time of conflicting emotions set in motion a chain of events which only bought goodness after goodness.
One fifth of the inhabitants on earth share a single aspiration: to complete, at least once in a lifetime, the spiritual journey of love called the Hajj.
The hajj (pilgrimage), brings together Muslims of all races and tongues from the four corners of the earth for one of life’s most moving spiritual experiences.
With islamophobia on the rise, the speaker articulates the trials and common attacks Muslims encounter and how to deal with such situations.
The shaykh highlights common phrases against Muslims echoed in the media and how to respond, allowing one to link Islam to success rather than all the negativity it is being associated with.
Thanks to Dr. Jonathan Brown, whose talk acted as an inspiration for this talk.