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Sujood ash-Shukr: Rules, Regulations & Innovations

In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy. Sujood ash-Shukr is a prostration which is performed for Allah, in order to...

The Blessing of Gratitude

A person who has worked many, great deeds must not become complacent; rather he must busy himself with showing gratitude. The ability to be...

Tafsir of Surah al Inshirah – Solace (Surah 94)

An exegesis of the ninety-fourth chapter of the Noble Qur'an by Imam as-Sadi. His exegesis is widely regarded as being amongst the best and most moving for the layman to read.

Tafsir of Surah al Tin – The Fig (Surah 95)

An exegesis of the ninety-fifth chapter of the Noble Qur'an by Imam as-Sadi. His exegesis is widely regarded as being amongst the best and most moving for the layman to read.

Tafsir of Surah al ‘Adiyat – The Charging Horses (Surah 100)

An exegesis of the one hundredth chapter of the Noble Qur'an by Imam as-Sadi. His exegesis is widely regarded as being amongst the best and most moving for the layman to read.

Gratitude in the Qur’ân

Allâh has divided people into two categories, the people of gratitude (shukr) and the people of ingratitude (kufr). The thing most disliked by Him is kufr and the people of kufr, the thing most liked by Him is gratitude and the people of gratitude.

Man cannot do without patience

At any given moment, a person is in a situation where he has to obey a command of Allâh, or he has to stay away from something which Allâh has prohibited, or he has to accept a decree of Allâh, or he has to give thanks (show gratitude) for a blessing which he has received from Allâh. All of these situations demand patience, so up until the time of death, no-one can do without patience.

The Virtues of Patience

The word sabr (in the Arabic language) is from sabara - to be patient and to persevere, and it indicates to holding back and restraining oneself. (In the Sharî’ah sense) it implies: restraining the soul from being agitated; restraining the tongue from complaining and restraining the hands from slapping the cheeks, tearing the clothes and doing other similar actions.
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