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Goal - Weight

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 06:05

Allah Ta’ala has created everyone unique. We all have different body structures. Each person’s metabolism is also different. Many people eat much but remain slim while others who, despite eating little, just keep putting on weight. In this era of being extremely concerned about the outer physical self, many people have become obsessed with the concept of “goal-weight” (the ideal weight of a person based on his/her age, height, etc.).

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The Play Dough

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 06:50

She stared at the play dough in her hands. The different colours reminded her of the rainbow that her father had shown her just the day before. She was only four years old and doctors had given up hope of her motor-skills ever returning to her since that ghastly accident two years ago. Pushing the curls away from her eyes, she miraculously began pulling at it: twisting, rolling and shaping it into the house ... the house that she would always tell her father about whilst sitting on his lap and swinging in their sun-filled veranda. He would always twirl her baby-soft hair around his fingers and say:

“Darling, the happiest day of my life will be when you build me a house with your play dough.”

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Going Out with Cousin and her Husband

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 06:31

Correspondence of Hazrath Moulana Yunus Patel  Saheb (rahimahullah)

Letter:

Respected Moulana

I would really appreciate your advice on the following matter which causes a lot of bickering and unhappiness in my home. 

Is it possible for a Muslim girl to go out (like for dinner/shopping/to the beach) with her female cousin and her husband. My mother feels we must only go out with our parents.

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Recipe for Allah's Help

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Tuesday, 15 January 2013 08:44

Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said, “Allah Ta’ala is at the assistance of a servant for as long as the servant remains at the assistance of his/her (Muslim) brother/sister.” (Saheeh Muslim #2699)

This is a guaranteed means of securing the divine help of Allah Ta’ala. Simply remain at the service of others.

 

Q: A woman’s normal habit for haidh is six days. However, in one particular month the bleeding continued after the sixth until the twelfth day. What must she do in this situation?

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Tuesday, 15 January 2013 09:57

A: Since her bleeding continued for more than ten days, the maximum period of haidh, she will consider her haidh to be the first six days which was her previous habit. The remaining days of bleeding will be counted as days of istihaadhah. Hence, after taking a bath she should perform the qadha of all the salaah missed after the sixth day.

 

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