Every word we utter, whether good or bad, is recorded. Every statement we make has a witness. Allah says: “He (i.e. man) does not utter a single word without an ever-present watcher.” (Qur’an, 50:18) The two most difficult body parts to protect and avert from sin are the tongue and the private parts – so […]
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Our teacher, Shaykh Yusuf Weltch, guides us through a journey, a path that ultimately leads to true happiness; the love of Allah. Join us as we take this trip. Keep an eye on this page for updates to new articles and podcasts. Part 1: Introduction | Click here An article on the heart and the […]
Today, August 29th, 2020, the SeekersGuidance team has organized an amazing program in honor of Ashura, which will feature scholars and speakers from around the world. With a wide array of topics discussed- from lessons on historical events to spiritual reflections, our speakers will help shed light on the significant events that took place on […]
The Day of Ashura, the tenth of Muharram, is an auspicious day. It has been narrated that it was the day on which Allah forgave our father Adam, the day on which the Ark of Nuh came to rest on the mountain known as al-Judi after six months at sea, and the day on which […]
In this talk delivered by esteemed scholar, Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad, he discusses how the sanctuary (haram) in Mecca is full of signs; manifest signs. The first of these signs is the standing place of Ibrahim (Maqamu Ibrahim). The Abrahamic qualities that the haram contains are quite evident, from them: The sacrifice on the Day […]
This is the eighth part of a series, click here for the previous article. In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful and Compassionate We continue our discussion of the book al-Fawa‘id al-Mukhtarah – selected beneficial anecdotes for the wayfarer – by Habib Zayn bin Sumayt. Our focus in this podcast is on the importance of […]
Our eyes and our ability to see are from Allah’s greatest blessings upon us. With them, we’re able to see His marvelous creation and reflect over his might, but all blessings need to be used correctly. If Allah blesses you with wealth it is from gratitude that you use that wealth in permissible ways. Likewise, […]
The new Islamic year is almost upon us and although setting New Year’s Resolutions based on the Islamic calendar isn’t a common practice, there are a few things we should do; reflect over the previous year and take a moment to assess our accomplishments, and think about how we can make the next Islamic year […]
This is the seventh part of a series, click here for the previous article. In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful and Compassionate We will be focusing here on good etiquette (adab). We are in need of good manners because we live in a society where the youth do not respect the elderly, and the […]
It was the year 17 after the Hijrah. Two years earlier Amiru al-Mu’minin Umar (Allah be pleased with him) traveled from Madinah to Jerusalem to receive its keys from its patriarch Sophronius. This time, having left Ali ibn Abi Talib (Allah be pleased with him) in charge of things at Madinah, he was once again […]