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7 Habits of Highly Effective Muslim Families

by Zohra Sarwari - Posted on July 17th, 2012

What are the seven highly effective habits that successful Muslim families must have?  SubhanAllaah, this could be at least 100 habits, however today we will only go over 7 of them inshAllaah.  The first most effective habit of a Muslim family should be to have tawheed in Allaah (SWT), and how to worship Allaah (SWT).  To be able to know who He is and what His characteristics are.  The second highly effective habit that every Muslim family must have is worshipping Allaah (SWT) together as a family.  The third highly effective habit that every Muslim family must have is knowing who the Prophet (SAAW) is, and practicing his sunnah.  The fourth highly effective habit that every Muslim family must have is mercy for the young, and respect for the elders.  The fifth highly effective habit that every Muslim family must have is to listen to each other, and learn to communicate with each other.  The sixth highly effective habit that every Muslim family must have is constantly learning and growing as a family.  The seventh highly effective habit that every Muslim family must have is for them as a family to lead by example. Continue Reading

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5 Tips on How to Live the Last Day of Your Life

by Zohra Sarwari - Posted on February 21st, 2012

  1. Say your prayers.  Many people believe in the Creator of the heavens and the earth, and there is no better time to pray to Him, and worship Him then on your last day.  However, we all know that we should be praying and worshiping the Creator at all times, but on your last day, make sure that you remember Him, for it is Him your going to at the end. Continue Reading
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Would you give up an eye for 1 million dollars?

by Zohra Sarwari - Posted on February 21st, 2012

Often times when I ask this question I hear from people responding “I would never give up an eye for 1 million dollars or more.”  This answer makes me think that one’s eye must be very precious to this individual, that they would not give it up for any amount of money.  If this is the case then why is it that we Muslims are not thinking about what we will WANT to give up in the grave or on the Day of Judgment? Continue Reading

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