Prayer

Getting hooked up? - With Allah.

 

On the authority of Abu Hurairah (R) who said that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: Our Lord descends each night to the Earth's sky when there remains the final third of the night and He says: 'Who is saying a prayer to Me that i may answer it? Who is asking something of Me that i may give it him? Who is asking forgiveness of Me that i may forgive him?'. - Bukhari.

Let's hook up with Allah, and Allah will hook us up! Let's hook up with prayer and supplication. Let's hook up with the Qur'an. Let's hook up with our community work and all the possible good deeds that we can do. Let's have that certainty that when we struggle to please Allah Almighty, He, Ash-Shakoor, is the Most Appreciative of our work and will undoubtedly reward us accordingly. 

Prayer: Beyond The Motions

Prayer: Beyond The Motions is coming to London, UK on April 22-23, 2011!

In this unique seminar, learn how to connect spiritually with your Creator through prayer. Let us teach you the hidden meanings behind salah and why it is essential to your existence. Not only will the instructor impart the skills you'll need to master khushoo but he will delve more deeply, into the inner realms and intricacies of this ibadaa. As a result, the prayer will no longer be regarded as a mechanical chore, but an intimate meeting with the Divine. Through such insight, we hope you will leave this non-fiqh seminar with an awakened and unparalleled understanding of this fundamental pillar of Islam.

In the Presence of the Divine: Establishing Connection in Salah

“Guard strictly your (habit of) prayers, especially the middle prayer, and stand before Allah in a devout (frame of mind).”

[Al-Baqarah: 238]

For many, it is a recurring struggle to fruitfully perform the Salah under mental seclusion from the confining world surrounding us, to turn to Allah in solitude under full submission, to seek His pleasure and intensify the one-to-one relationship with the All-Mighty. Based on the commended work of the renowned scholar, Imam Al-Ghazali’s “Minhajul Arifeen”, we will be enlightened with a unique dimension to enhance our spiritual connection with the Creator, a step-by-step approach starting from beyond the intention to perform the Salah to the supplication made after the tashahud and more.

Saturday 27 November, 2010
9.30am-5.00pm

In the Presence of the Divine: Establishing Connection in Salah

“Guard strictly your (habit of) prayers, especially the middle prayer, and stand before Allah in a devout (frame of mind).”

[Al-Baqarah: 238]

For many, it is a recurring struggle to fruitfully perform the Salah under mental seclusion from the confining world surrounding us, to turn to Allah in solitude under full submission, to seek His pleasure and intensify the one-to-one relationship with the All-Mighty. Based on the commended work of the renowned scholar, Imam Al-Ghazali’s “Minhajul Arifeen”, we will be enlightened with a unique dimension to enhance our spiritual connection with the Creator, a step-by-step approach starting from beyond the intention to perform the Salah to the supplication made after the tashahud and more.

Saturday 27 November, 2010
9.30am-5.00pm

BACK TO BASICS: How to Perform Salah

By: 
MuslimBro & Imaani Aslam

Islam is a complete way of life. It is based on five basic duties which are known as the five pillars of Islam. Salah is the second pillar of Islam and the most important of all acts of worship. The other three pillars are: Zakat, Sawm and Hajj.

Salah is prayer offered to Allah using specific words and actions as taught by Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Allah says in the Quran: “Indeed I created Jinn and human beings for no other purpose but to worship me.” [51:56]

Q & A. Making Wudu At Work

By: 
Shaykh Salim Ghisa

Q. I have a room to pray at work but no particular Wudhu (ablution) facilities. I don't feel comfortable washing my feet in the sink or in the toilets at work because I look silly and plus my non-Muslim colleagues look at me funny and say its unhygienic, so what should I do?

A. In the name of Allah the most Beneficent and Merciful.

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