Few years back when I gave a brief presentation on this topic, it stirred quite a controversy among the listeners, who’d perhaps thought of the heart as no more than a mushy, bawling-over-love organ. But after years of studying Quran, Hadith, and Arabic, I stand my ground even more firmly: generation of a thinking is a feeling. I don’t have much scientific support for this but the hadith and the verses from Quran speak for themselves. I do hope that someday, someone will make an extensive scientific research on this topic.
This post is for sisters who are not yet married and struggling to cope with all that that entails, sisters who have to handle a lot of pressure from family and friends, and sisters who are tired of making du’a to finally...
10 Steps towards self love in Islam. From avoiding peace-breakers & negative energy to using positive affirmations & believing that you're worthy. From forgiving yourself to utilizing your skills. From self awareness to better knowledge of the world. Download the free printable of a Qur'anic verse on self-worth.
Practical steps to build a new habit using S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Rewarding and Trackable/Timely) goal setting method and other effective tips and tricks to make those habits last - (along with a free habit tracker to help you track your progress).
Positive affirmations to learn how to love and accept yourself the way Allah made you and customized your life specially for you. Download a free printable by "Zed and Q" to remind yourself why self love is an integral part of you as a Muslim.
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