Respecting the Difference – Mufti Ismail Menk
Islam Between Race & Colour
Linda Sarsour Shares Her Empowering Story Of Becoming A Figure Of Activism In Her New Memoir
Debate & Talk Show – Nouman Ali Khan, Omar Suleiman, Abdul Nasir Jangda
Islam and Ego | Nouman Ali Khan
THIS LECTURE WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE | BILAL ASSAD
Ateist dediğin böyle soru sorar ! Dr Zakir Naik
The Quranic Perspective on Earthquakes | Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi | Jumuah Khutbah
Khuṭbah: Seven Reflections From Visiting the Earthquake Sites in Turkey | Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi
Inner Peace | Yasmin Mogahed | Islamic Institute of Toronto
Depression, Anxiety and Stress – Mufti Menk – Maldives 2022
Why Me, Dunia Shuaib – MASCON 2018
Islamic Healing For Depression And Anxiety | Dunia Shuaib
Shining Lights from the Quran | Linda Sarsour
Confident Muslim – Omar Suleiman, Abrar Omeish, Eduardo Anjos – MASCON2019
“It’s easy to minimize a person’s hurt without understanding the nature of pain. People often like to categorize how much a person should or shouldn’t hurt about things. For example, when someone is upset about something, they say, “At least you’re not paralyzed, or starving in Africa.” While it’s imperative to be grateful for what we have, I think people often mistaken the nature of pain, when they ‘categorize’ in this way. The criteria for how much something hurts is not dependent on the thing itself. It is dependent on 2 things:
1. The strength of the attachment.
2. The level of Divine help.
Therefore to minimize the devastation of pain:
1. Don’t be attached to (dependent on) temporary things.
2. Seek Divine help.
And don’t assign judgement for people’s pain.” Yasmin Mogahed
Reflections | EP 13 – Sami Yusuf & Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr
MAS Youth Talk, I’m not who you think I am, Shereen Salama
Dr. Haifaa Younis – If Allah wants goodness for you, He gives you knowledge of his religion
ARE YOU SUFFERING? – Mufti Menk
Mohamed Abutaleb | The Need for American Muslim Imams and Scholars | 15th MAS ICNA Convention
Anxiety Relief & Spiritual Healing Meditation For Falling into Deep Sleep- Shaykh Hamza Yusuf
RISTalks: Professor Tariq Ramadan – “Respecting Others”
The more you look into and understand yourself, the less judgmental you become towards others.
Suhaib Webb | The Need for American Muslim Imams and Scholars | 15th MAS ICNA Convention
“When you have friends, don’t expect your friends to fill your emptiness. When you get married, don’t expect your spouse to fulfill your every need. When you’re an activist, don’t put your hope in the results. When you’re in trouble don’t depend on yourself. Don’t depend on people. Depend on Allah.”
― Yasmin Mogahed
“Sometimes you search so hard for words. You look for a way to interpret the language of this heart and the unspoken bond you feel. But in the end you are left with nothing but silence. And deep down you hope it’s understood.”
― Yasmin Mogahed
“Real love brings about calm—not inner torment. True love allows you to be at peace with yourself and with God. That is why Allah says: “that you may dwell in tranquility.” Hawa is the opposite. Hawa will make you miserable. And just like a drug, you will crave it always, but never be satisfied. You will chase it to your own detriment, but never reach it.”
“This world cannot break you—unless you give it permission. And it cannot own you unless you hand it the keys—unless you give it your heart. And so, if you have handed those keys to dunya for a while—take them back. This isn’t the End. You don’t have to die here. Reclaim your heart and place it with its rightful owner:
God.” Yasmin Mogahed
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