"Make this Ramadan the time when we finally make an everlasting change. Our intention should be that we will continue the good work way after this one month. Make some promises to ourselves that this Ramadan we will finally make that change in our lives that we’ve been thinking about for years. The mindset should be that I will fast and worship Allah not because my family does it or all of our mates do it but because it is incumbent upon me to do this sort of worship." Read more on YC Blog! #Ramadan #YouthClubPk #YouthClubBlog #Habits #Ramadan2022
Allah Does Not Answer My Prayers!
By Sumbul Saleem Khanzada After a point in my life, I started believing that nothing matters more than one's inner peace... Sometimes, I miss the older me. But the fact is, I have started admiring my new version. I don't play the victim in my life no matter what I go through and I never will! One... Continue Reading →
Pursuit of Success
By Saima Shahzad People from different walks of life have a similar idea of success i. e. to own a happy family, a progressing career and a trendy lifestyle. In this race of getting ahead of each other, people tend to forget that their pursuit of success is faulty. It doesn’t sound wise to choose... Continue Reading →
Living in Moderation
By Linta Mustafa With the rapidly changing era, people tend to change their lifestyles for the sake of acceptance by society, and in doing so they often end up having an extremist way of life. The lifestyles of the majority of people who tend to follow the standards of society have become more brand-oriented. On... Continue Reading →
Manners Maketh Man
By Umer Ahmed “Treat others the way you would like to be treated” [Sunan Ibn Majah, 3956] A Prophetic saying that neatly sums up the essence of good manners. It is counter to another popular aphorism “treat others how they treat you”, which dictates a self-centered attitude, eventually leading to a spiral of egoistic social... Continue Reading →
Bias for Action
By Sajila Abrar Too often, when we watch a motivational video or read a book, we think we could have done it better. We criticize but rarely do we realize that the person who has done it actually took an action and materialized the ideas into something tangible. As Napoleon Hill writes, “the most mediocre... Continue Reading →
iWoman – Event Feedback
Many young Muslim women feel conflicted balancing the mainstream feminist narrative with their Islamic rights and responsibilities. Youth Club recently conducted a talk on the role of women in Islam to empower Muslim women to feel confident about themselves in all settings due to the prestige our religion has given us. This incredibly relevant and... Continue Reading →
Ramadan Challenge: The Art of Eating!
By Aleena Masood As we all know, Ramadan is a month of blessings and is a good time to get rid of bad habits like lying, backbiting etc. However, most of us don't realise that it is also the perfect opportunity to fix our eating habits and dietary patterns. Eating a diet containing nutrient rich... Continue Reading →
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