As a disease of the heart, preceding the text below it by Ibn Taymiyyah.
The word “Ramadan” comes from the Arabic root word for “parched thirst” and “sun-baked ground.” It is expressive of the hunger and thirst felt by those who spend the month in fasting. As opposed to other holidays, when people often indulge, Ramadan is by nature
Sins are addictive and come in different natures. Therefore, it may not be as simple as making a list and crossing out one after another; some sins require time whilst others require special aid and support. For example, sins relating to monetary aspects such as
Ibn Al Hasan (A.R.) once remarked: “I am grieving for forty years over a sin committed by me.” Someone enquired, “What sin is that which has caused great concern and grief in you?” He replied, “Once I was visited by a friend and in order
A sin from which we have not repented or that which we continue engaging in without any intention of giving up has many negative effects. It makes us disinterested in benefiting from any religious or spiritual programs. It causes physical, emotional & mental ailments &