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Goodness to Parents – A Reader

Goodness to parents is one of the greatest character traits one can have. Here are some of SeekersHub’s best resources on the subject.  The Virtues of Parents The Powerful Dua of a Parent Supplication of Excellence to Parents – Du`a’ Birr al-Walidayn  The Noble Intention of Parents Parents – Your Door to Allah’s Acceptance, by Ustadh Uthman Bally Highest Virtues, […]

Can I Demand That My Wife Makes Certain Changes to her life?

Answered by Ustadha Raidah Shah Idil Question: Am I allowed to require that my wife should dress modestly, when discussion is not enough? Can I demand my wife works less, if she is earning enough with a part-time job? She needs to take care of my parents. Is it wrong of me to stop my […]

How to be real men, by Habib Ali Al-Jifri

“He was like one of us, until the time for prayer came – then it was like he did not know us, nor did we know him.” Men who feel it is beneath them to lift a finger to help their wives and families at home, should look to the life and habits of the […]

Stand Steadfastly For Justice – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani – Friday Sermon at Occupy Toronto

Shaykh Faraz Rabbani, the Executive Director of SeekersHub and Educational Director of SeekersGuidance was invited to deliver the Friday Prayers Sermon on October 28, 2011 at St. James Park – the site of the Occupy Toronto movement. The following is taken from the closing remarks of the sermon: Seven Counsels in Closing: 1. Be steadfastly […]

Supplication of Excellence to Parents – Du`a’ Birr al-Walidayn

This is a powerful, comprehensive supplication (du`a) for one’s parents, and is one means of being good to them: Supplication of Courtesy to Parents

Let the Believer Have Three Things From You – Yahya ibn Mu`adh al-Razi

A gem shared by Shaykh Abdallah Adhami on Facebook: “Let the believer have three things from you: If you are not going to benefit him, do not harm him; if you are not going to bring him joy, do not cause him grief; if you are not going to praise him, do not condemn him.” – […]