By Maheen Ali We are living in an age of hustle, competition, and chaos. Adults stuck in a cycle of 9 to 5 jobs, youngsters struggling to balance sleep and study while trying to build a perfect future, and housewives running to complete their household chores. Everyone seems to be a part of a race... Continue Reading →
Reason & Revelation
By Talha Waqas Modernism in relation to real life is a double edged sword. On one edge, there are the benefits of greater scientific and technological developments that advance humanity. The other edge emphasises movements and concepts that deny firm long-held beliefs on morality, liberty, and religiosity. Modern movements such as liberalism, secularism, and radical... Continue Reading →
By Rameen Arshad What kind of desires do we have in today’s world? Desire to have never ending wealth. Desire to own as many luxuries as a human on this planet can. Desire to be loved by the masses. To be famous. To live life in a way that people wish to be in our... Continue Reading →
The Recognition of the Creator
By Namra Asif When a child comes to the world, his process of learning begins. He observes his environment and makes sense of everything. His parents are supportive in the process. They are the ones who help a child to shape his ideas and a definite approach towards various concepts of the world, morals, character,... Continue Reading →
Deen and Dunya Are More Connected Than We Think
By Mahnoor SiddiquiNowadays, we see people functioning in extremes whenever it comes to deen and dunya. Some people completely devote or invest themselves and their everything into this world and its affairs, forgetting completely about the Judgement Day (Akhirah) that we all must and have to face. While, we see others secluding themselves from the... Continue Reading →
Ramadan and I: It’s complicated
By Juwayriyah Shabir I have a confession to make. Ramadan terrifies me. I shy away from acknowledging my guilty secret amid the tangible excitement in the lead up to the holy month. There is this peculiar nervous energy that matters the days before Ramadan. A palpable tension reverberates through the air. Is it the demons... Continue Reading →
Are we normalising negative behaviours?
By Jaweria Ibrahim Scene#01 It’s a busy day at work and you’ve been working diligently through the staggering pile of tasks. By mid-day, most of it is done and you’re already anticipating freedom. But then your jerk boss saunters by with another “on my desk at the end of the day” assignment that he forgot... Continue Reading →
Understanding Human Behaviour through Islam and Western Psychology
By Numerah Bazme To compare and contrast between two aspects is to find similarities and differences among them. In this article, western psychology and the Islamic perspective are compared to understand the differences between the two ideologies. This article discusses three essential concepts: Human Nature, Human Motivation, and Free Will vs. Determinism in the light... Continue Reading →
Five Fascinating Figures from Muslim Spain
By Usman Khokhar Muslim civilization in Spain lasted almost eight centuries and produced some of the most extraordinary figures in Islamic scholarship, politics, science, the arts, poetry, engineering, architecture and more. Spain was a center of learning; students from all over Christian Europe would come to learn from the great Muslim masters of knowledge. A... Continue Reading →
Staying True to Yourself.
By Abdullah Tariq It is often said that this new generation, of which we consider ourselves to be a part of, sometimes even with a certain degree of pride, has to face different challenges than the previous ones. As a part of this new generation, often referred to as the ‘Millennials’, we face a unique... Continue Reading →
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