Lessons from Ramadan

The Last of Ramadan

Bidding Ramadan Farewell

Virtue of Laylatul Qadr

Virtue of the Night of Decree

Ramadan and the Quran

Ramadan and Pardoning

Striving in Ramadan

Welcoming Ramadan with Repentance

Rejoicing in Ramadan

An Andalusian Ramadan Advice

With Faith and Anticipation

The Most Hopeful Verse

Last Ten Nights of Ramadan

Finishing Ramadan Strongly

Zakat the Companion of Salat

Virtue of Quenching Thirst

Types of People after Ramadan

Continuity After Ramadan

English Friday Khutbah

Furthermore, seeking religious knowledge is very virtuous in Islam. And the Prophet Mohammad ( ﷺ ) indicated that Allah the Exalted makes the path to Paradise easy for whoever seeks knowledge. Therefore, Gems designed for the busy person. Also, Gems of Wisdom are thoughtful, brief and only take a minute or so to read.

Seeking Islamic Knowledge

Life can be hectic and fly by so fast. Although people have asking for ages “what is the purpose of life?”, people still wonder about it today. Moreover, knowing the answer is crucial to setting your life’s priorities. Genuinely reflecting on these questions will indicate the priority that you place on fulfilling your life’s true mission. It is never too late to reset your priorities.  Gaining knowledge is a key aspect of this even if you have been a Muslim all your life. Below are some links that will help you in your journey. Allah created proofs of His existence within our own selves and all around us. He did not leave us alone to wander blindly guessing on how to worship Him. Throughout the ages, Allah sent Prophets to teach people how to worship him. However, previous Prophets were sent to a specific place and people.