Talbina is a simple dish that was enjoyed by the prophet Muhammed (pbuh) and his companions. It is made from barley flour, milk, water and is often sweetened with honey. The prophet (pbuh) used this dish as a means for curing the sick and to comforting those who have lost loved ones. Here’s how you can make it in 3 easy steps…
As we finish up the second ten days of Ramadan, the days of forgiveness, I stop to ponder – what are some different things I can do to attain Allah’s forgiveness?
Allah promises us that He will forgive all our sins if we fast under two conditions: that we do it with sincere faith and we do it to please Him. What does it mean to have sincere faith while fasting? Allah says in the Qur’an that fasting was prescribed to us so that we may become righteous (2:183). But how does fasting lead to righteousness?
Change is one of the hardest things to cope with. No matter what kind of person we are, we all like to stay where we feel most comfortable, and we can all agree that change doesn’t always come so easily. But the best way to greet hardship is knowing that we have the power to overcome it.
Universities like my own have increasingly turned to online classrooms to accommodate more students into these already packed courses. Some educators, however, are using a hybrid of online and in-classroom courses to produce a more valuable educational experience.
This is Part 2 of the “50 Rules” for Muslim Brothers and Sisters the author created after being inspired by another blogger’s list of life rules compiled for his daughter and son.
I stumbled upon the blog of an optimistically realistic father that compiles a list of 50 rules/tips for his son and daughter, who had just graduated high school and were preparing to enter college. Here are my 50 rules for my brothers and sisters.
You are about to graduate, so what’s next? Save the world? Become a billionaire? Cure cancer? What is the first thing you are going to do? And how are you going to do it?
After seeing firsthand the effects of poverty in India two years ago, it became first year Biology major, Sarah Rahman’s dream to return one day and make a difference in her homeland.
Spanning sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East, Kristof and WuDunn encapsulate the struggles of these few individuals to represent all of the nameless women in the world who endure oppression through means of rape, violence, abduction, sex trafficking, and social ostracism from obscene medical conditions.