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Question: Salam! I’ve been missing some prayers lately and I feel absolutely horrible. I wouldn’t go a day without making sure I prayed all 5 prayers but I don’t know whats happening…I almost feel like im reciting and praying like a robot - no emotions, no heart, no concentration. I know that…
Hello! I’m currently going through a hard time with my faith and mental well being and was wondering if my brothers and sisters in Islam could make a dua for me? :) Thank you!!!! ♥ ♥ ♥
As salamu alaikum.
When we first stumbled upon the concept of deen, we had this strong urge in us to memorize qur’an. We could not bring our dream to reality but still do hope so. In our research to look for a hifdh madrissah (islamic school), we hopped up to this degree in detailed islamic education called ‘alimiyyah’.
This is an attempt to clarify the concepts of becoming an ‘alimah (islamic scholar), about your queries on taking up this degree along side your job or studies or just your household routine, insha’Allah.
May Allah swt’s help be with us.
Rabbi shrahli sadri wa ya sirli amri.
Without Allah’s help, we can not help anyone, not even our own self. When we see misguided people, we can show them the path of guidance, but nothing can force them to tread on that path, except Allah. Do your part and step away. Don’t make people hate Islam by demeaning their entire existence or attacking their self-esteem through non-stop warnings and reminders. Fear Allah because He can turn around our whole life and Imaan in just a seconds.
In Touba, award-winning filmmaker Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi gains unprecedented access to one of the largest religious pilgrimages on the African continent. This observational film takes us inside the Mouride Brotherhood: one of Africa’s most elusive organizations. It chronicles the Grand Magaal pilgrimage of 1 million Muslims to the holy city of Touba, Senegal. Pilgrims travel from all over the world to pay homage to the life and teachings of Sheikh Amadou Bamba, whose non-violent resistance to French colonial persecution in the late 19th century inspired a national movement: freedom of religious expression through pacifism.