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Inspirational Khutbahs, Page 2

Read your Quran with careful reflection – Tadabbur

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“Too often, during Ramadan, we focus on the quantity of our Quran reading. But we mustn’t forget the quality. We should take time, make time to understand and reflect. Remember that when you read the Quran, Allah is addressing YOU! Allah is talking to you directly…”

Khutbah: Know yourself, know Allah

By Arshad Gamiet
“We can control our lower Self by treating our ugly passions like wild animals that need to be tamed. Do not deny them. Acknowledge them, but be a good zoo-keeper. Keep those beasts under control. Always refer to your Higher Self. Refer to your Soul, your Ruuh, the ‘breath of Allah’ within you. The Ruuh never changes, but the spiritual heart, the Qalb, is always susceptible to change…”

The 3 Most Precious Moments during Ramadan

By Dr Moin Shubib
“There are 3 most precious moments during Ramadan. These moments offer us special opportunities to renew ourselves, leave bad habits and come closer to Allah. If we don’t catch those opportunities, we lose them, perhaps forever…”

Ramadan, the Month of Rehab

By Khalil Moya

“All year round, we enjoy too much freedom, and sometimes we misuse that freedom. Ramadan limits our freedom, so that we can de-toxify ourselves from too much excess..”

Beware of your inward state!

By Arshad Gamiet
“Prophet Muhammad said that whenever people are studying, seeking knowledge for Allah’s sake, then Allah’s angels are there, surrounding them with their wings. You and I cannot see the angels but they are certainly here, protecting us right now. In the same way, we cannot see the devils, the jinn, the subtle beings that try to mislead us from the Straight Path, the Sirat al mustaqeem. But they are there, nonetheless, waiting in ambush to entrap us!”

Blessings of the Mubarak Months

By Sheikh Abdul Hamid Lachporia
” What is remarkable about the Most Holy and Noble Qur’an is that it deals with human transactions in such a way as to give them a Divine flavour and a moral touch. It makes the presence of Almighty Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala felt in every transaction and acknowledges Him as the first source of guidance and the ultimate goal of all our transactions. It is humanity’s spiritual guide, his system of law, his code of ethics, and, above all, his way of life.”

Why do you believe?

By Sheikh Abdul Hamid Lachporia
“Human beings enjoy a very special place in the entire realm of creation. Unlike all animals, humans are not just aware but they are also self-aware; they are not just conscious but they are self-conscious. Only man can turn his attention towards and analyze his own deeper self..”

Mental Health: an Islamic Pespective

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“Worry, sadness and depression are normal human conditions that usually come we all feel at times. What is not usual is for these feelings to persist indefinitely. We must seek help when prolonged depression shows not sign of going away…”