The Imperative of ‘Shukr’ in Islam

Reflection delivered on November 23rd, 2018 The concept of ‘thankfulness’ is embedded within the Dīn of Islam and the teachings of our Prophet ﷺ. We give thanks multiple times a day, in one form or another, in acknowledgment of our very basic physical disposition as...

The Prophet ﷺ as our Ultimate Authority

Reflection delivered on October 12th, 2018 In this reflection, we are reminded by the Shaykh that despite our freedom of volition, we Muslims must maintain in our psyche that the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ is our guide and referee. In today’s time of moral anarchy and...

Reconnect with the Prophet ﷺ

Reflection delivered on September 21th, 2018 As Muslims, our worship is inextricably connected to following the Prophet ﷺ we follow people best by attaching our hearts to them. One of the ways to attach to the Prophet ﷺ is by reading the Seerah. When you study Seerah...

How a Muslim Eyes a Hurricane

Reflection delivered on July 20th, 2018 In the face of a natural disaster, a Muslim’s code of conduct should default to reflection, prayer and humbleness.  It must spawn a realization that His ﷻ ability to destroy and leave human beings in helpless disarray is a...

A Divine Prescription in Addressing #MeToo

Reflection delivered on July 20th, 2018 As Muslims in the West have been afforded more of an opportunity to educate society on Islamic principles, it has become an imperative, now more than ever, to display in corporate settings and in general public life the conduct...

Emulate the Sa’ee of ‘aal-e-Ibrahim

Reflection delivered on August 22nd, 2018 In his Eid address, Shaykh Amin impresses upon us the concept of sa’ee – struggle, accountability and responsibility – which was demonstrated immaculately by the family of Ibrahim through the actions of Hajar, Ibrahim and...