Learn to Live… with Balance – Sister Heba #GiveLight

Learning to Live, with Balance Heba didn’t think she had any problems. But when she started attending classes at SeekersHub, she just realized how much she was missing out on. Help SeekersHub change the lives of more people like Heba Millions of Muslims already turn to SeekersHub’s online courses, answers service, on-ground classes and retreats, […]

On That Mid-Ramadan Slump, by Ustadh Salman Younas

With half of Ramadan gone, does your worship feel routine and stale? Is feeling this way making you lazier and less excited about performing more acts of worship? Ustadh Salman Younas says this is not uncommon. This is a challenge that every one of us faces when it comes to our acts of worship. As humans, we […]

Looking Down On The Worship of Others, by Ustadh Salman Younas

Every Ramadan there is a debate – sometimes prolonged and other times less so – regarding how many cycles of Tarawih one should pray. Is the sunna to pray 8? Or is it 20? Or is it something else? Ustadh Salman Younas critiques the culture of using these differences to look down on others. These […]

POEM: Seven Nufus Were On The Loose, by Novid Shaid

Seven nufus were on the loose One day from Ramadan They met in Sousse for some couscous Before the maghrib azaan. The first, a rioter, the sin-inciter, The crazy imp, Ammara. The second ilk, ridden with guilt, Reproachful soul, Lowwaama. The third, on fire, with love inspired The stirring one, Mulhama. The fourth, serene, like […]

Life Knocking The Wind Out of You This Ramadan? Don’t Despair

Do you work long hours and find yourself too exhausted to do much by way of extra worship in Ramadan? Don’t despair. You’re not alone. Ustadh Salman Younas has some advice on what to do. This is a situation that many people find themselves in, and it is understandable to feel disheartened about spending most […]

Ramadan Fitness and Fiqh-ness Special

We love the special Ramadan episode from Diffused Congruence with Imam Tahir Anwar who speaks about how best to maximize one’s spiritual pursuits during the month of Ramadan, and fitness trainer Rehan Jalali on how to make one’s morning and evening meals as efficient and healthy as possible so you don’t feel ill-effects from the long fasts. A great listen! Do […]

What Motivates Someone To Avoid Food And Drink For So Many Hours? Imam Khalid Latif

What seems like hours on end without food and water;  days and nights in continuous worship and restraint…what are the motivating factors of Ramadan? Why take part in it? What do I get out of it? And how do I sustain it? Join Imam Khalid Latif on an introspective exploration on the meanings and motivations behind Ramadan, its […]

Learn To Live: A 30 Day Program in God’s Mercy, Forgiveness and Salvation

God’s Mercy, Forgiveness and Salvation God’s Mercy, Forgiveness and Salvation: SeekersHub Toronto is offering a 30-day intensive course – also available live online – which will reconnect you with the Qur’an and make you fall in love with Allah Most High’s miraculous revelation again. This year, the Ramadan program is being organized around the theme of […]

Commemorating The Battle of Badr

The date of the Battle of Badr falls on the 17th day of Ramadan, in the Islamic calendar. It is one of the most important historical events for Muslims. Why is Badr significant? Shaykh Amer Jamil explains from the site of the battle The power of faith, lessons from the battle of Badr by Shaykh Ibrahim Osi-Efa Dua […]

Dhikr for the Month of Sha’ban – Habib Umar bin Hafiz

*This blog is sourced from Muwasala. Click here for the original post. Sayyidi al-Habib Umar bin Hafīz (may Allah preserve him and benefit us by him) said: We would like our brethren to make the following dhikr in Sha`bān, 4000 times if possible: لا إِلَهَ إِلَّا أَنْتَ سُبْحَانَكَ إِنِّي كُنْتُ مِنْ الْظَّالِمِين        […]