There is a hadith which says: one hour of thinking is much better than seventy years of worship. And this shows how significant the role of thinking is in a Muslim’s life. In this clip, another tradition is narrated about the importance of a specific kind of thinking.
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How grave do you think our responsibility towards our family members is? It is so important, right? Our duty towards our subjects and those over whom we have power is also so important that the Prophet (S) likens it to our duty towards our family members…
The Ahl al-Bayt, are an inseparable part of Islam and this fact is reflected in many traditions of the Prophet (S) and the verses of the Qur’an. You can take the tradition of Noah’s Ark as an example which is mentioned in both Shiite and Sunnite sources and whose authenticity is agreed upon.
What is the true criterion for being considered strong and powerful? Is it to lift heavy weights? Or to defeat your opponents? Let’s ask this question from the Prophet (S), because he has answered this question in the hadith which is narrated in this clip.
Supplication to Allah and asking him for our needs can be done in different forms. But which one is the best? What is the nearest state a servant can ever be to Allah? What are the manners of supplication? Watch this clip to find the answers.
Good friends and companions are great blessings that can help one another take the path to Allah just as bad friends can bring about calamities and bad endings.so if you have a good friend you need to hold on to him and never let him go. In this clip the Prophet (S) gives two instructions […]
If you are searching for a good and loyal friend and companion or if you are trying to be one, you need to watch this clip because it is about the characteristics of a fine and trustworthy friend, a true brother.
Good friends and companions are great blessings that can help one another take the path to Allah just as bad friends can bring about calamities and bad endings. The content of this photo clip is a hadith from Imam Ali (as) in which he categorizes religious brothers (friends) into three groups…
According to this hadith, for our friendships and brotherhood to work out, we need to develop three qualities in ourselves; otherwise, we would dispute and hate one another …
The most ignorant of people is one who is deluded by the praise of a flatterer who beautifies evil to him and renders a sincere advice detestable.’