One Hadith One Comment
Through this Prophetic Tradition, Prophet Muhammad indicates how a person can add value to the wealth they acquire by means of their own effort and which they guard so carefully, adding spiritual value in addition to its material worth.read more
Stating, ““Anger comes from Satan and Satan was created of fire. Water puts out fire, thus when one of you is angry, they should take ritual ablution,” (Abu Dawud, Adab, 3), Prophet Muhammad draws attention to the point that anger is related to Satan.read more 3 30.03.2012, Friday
The Companions of Prophet Muhammad, the very first addressees of the Qur’an and the Sunna (the Prophet's way of life, sayings, and confirmations) in Islamic history, refrained from immediately answering questions that were posed to them by Prophet Muhammad.read more 0 23.02.2012, Thursday
The feeling of comfort, state of relaxation and lack of arrogance one experiences when in the presence of family, friends and those who have espoused good manners as ordered by Allah stem the fact that one believes they will not be misunderstood by these people and will be accepted, no matter what state they are in.read more 0 25.06.2010, Friday
A lie is an expression of blindness, fear and helplessness in the face of truth. Lies are the foundation on which the building of discord is erected.
Why would a person resort to lying? Why would one place a rock on the foundation of a building if the ceiling is buried deep in the ground?
Anger is a natural, universal and intuitive emotion that human beings have been given as a means of self-defense against threats. When expressed in a healthy fashion, anger can display productive and protective results, yet its uncontrolled use leads to destruction.read more 1 11.03.2010, Thursday
This hadith invites us to consciously make use of the "time" that starts with our birth and ends with our death in the best way. It focuses our attention on the two important blessings which we possess and use selfishly, unaware of their value or destiny...read more 3 11.03.2010, Thursday
In this hadith, which uses the metaphor of the shepherd and the flock, the importance of the consciousness of responsibility is emphasized; while attributing responsibility to all sane and mature individuals, it is also indicated that other roles...read more 6 11.03.2010, Thursday