If you have asthma, this article is for you!!!

Dear brothers and sisters,

I would like to create a page here for all those who suffer from asthma or have breathing difficulties from time to time.

Asthma is a terrible test for those who suffer from it and as it is, there is no cure for it except some temporary relief. For this also, we thank Allah for the temporal relief to allow His creatures to breathe!

You can share your problems here.You can share your experiences, your solutions, what you do when you have asthma? how do you try to cure yourself?

What are the reasons for asthma?

  1. Some people have asthma since childhood and it is considered
  2. some people develop breathing problem in their adolescence or adulthood

asthma can come from pollution: too much constrict air, cigarette smoking or sitting around people who smoke, living near a factory or near the main road…

Asthma can come from heavy workload when you are too stressed and have no time to breathe in and out

Asthma can come from magic and sorcery…someone who decides to trick you through this….

Some solutions that can help

  1. Swimming
  2. Breathing starts early in the morning to breathe fresh air
  3. keep calm. do not do your work hastily
  4. do some silent sitting every day
  5. listen to  ruqya
  6. Listen to a calm music without song such as the noise of water, of sea etc
  7. do not dine late at night
  8. do not eat rice at night
  9. Do not eat frozen food and chilled dessert, drinks etc
  10. Don’t tire yourself
  11. when you are sick, sleep over at least two pillows
  12. use black seed
  13. drink something hot
  14. use ginger in your food or boil ginger for one cup of water
  15. use honey instead of white sugar
  16. avoid refined food
  17. Avoid chili, pickles, meat etc


May Allah bless you all and may Allah shower mercy on us all





The distress of this world

This life is full of tests and trials for people of all ages irrespective of faith. Life is tougher because our time is spent on work, private tuition, having extra money for our family, watching television and being on social media.

time is precious because it cures us. It protects our brain, memory, thoughts and behaviour and at the same time, it protects us against jinns and sorcery. That’s sound strange, right? that’s may sound excessive to the rationale mind or those who are not deep thinkers because they cannot relate time with health.

Let me tell you my friends: the time you take to sit comfortably alone with your own self is more precious than money and friends. It brings you to your central part: your soul. You need to do this exercise every day. You need to protect your soul and mind from noise and talks. When you are silent, you increase your positive energy. It allows you to be critical and to analyse your actions which you can’t do when you are having a hectic life with lots of bla bla bla and tones of laughter.

If you trust my words and experience, then you please go ahead for a week or two and you will discover the wealth of pleasure to sit alone everyday and you will feel much better and more comfortable with your own silence. at the beginning, you will not be comfortable because you are not AWARE OF YOUR SELF. YOU HAVE NOT BEEN ACQUAINTED WITH YOUR OWN SELF. IT TAKES TIME TO BUILD A RELATIONSHIP. LIKEWISE, IT TAKES TIME TO BE IN YOUR OWN COMPANY, TO LOVE YOURSELF AND TO CHERISH THOSE MOMENTS WITH YOUR SELF.

so, to reiterate, you will have to take at least five to ten minutes of your time to know yourself if you are a novice. With time, you can keep yourself company for 30 minutes and sometimes, you would like to stay alone in order to accomplish quality work because your intelligence is developed through silence and your immune system is regenerated through silence.

Silence is your best friend

Your sister


Please listen to this video several times a day. It will definitely sooth you. and may Allah grant his ease to the brother who is reading it



Muhammad The Intelligent Prophet:

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Muhammad The Intelligent Prophet: Introduction

The virtues of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him, are too numerous to mention.  Many chapters are required to enumerate them.  If we were to illustrate these with examples, then many volumes of books would be needed.
The Quran testifies that he is of the exalted standard of moral conduct (68:4), and in him is excellent pattern to be followed by everyone (33:21).  Many more verses allude to this matter, but by taking the above two verses, and couple them with our knowledge about the kind of person he is, we have in our Prophet the example by which if we follow, we would not only be on the right path, but would also excel in everything we do.
Combining these two verses together, we know that he not only does the right thing (as verse 68:4 suggests), but also does it right (as verse 33:21 suggests).  The modern management gurus talk about leadership and define a leader as someone who does the right thing, and they talk about management and define a manager as someone who does things right.  And they say people don’t often excel in both, but only in one.
Muhammad, however, excels in both.  He not only provides leadership, but the management as well.  Even for a supposedly small matter, he does it well.
For instance, when he talks to others, he gives them full attention and in the manner most suited to their needs, aspiration or predisposition.  Thus, the noble would feel respected; the poor would feel cared; the youth would feel loved; the sick would feel consoled; and the needy would feel fulfilled.  Even the enemy would feel that he is being treated fairly and truthfully.
So good is his dealing with others that these people would feel that they are important to the Prophet, as if they are being singled out and given preferential treatment by their leader.  The story narrated by Amru bin al-Aas illustrates this point very aptly.
Now, for those less familiar with Amru al-Aas, a little background on him would probably come handy.   Amru is noted for being intelligent and cunning.  He is a competent leader and likes to be in the leadership position.  He is considered as one of the leading companions, but he is not among the early converts.  In fact, he is among the Prophet’s staunch enemies for the most part of the Prophet’s career.
During the period of Ignorance (jahiliyyah), he is famous for his failed attempt to extradite the fugitives who fled Makkah, seeking political asylum in Ethiopia.  During the Battle of Uhud, he was commanding the Quraysh contingent, along with Khalid al-Walid, fighting against the Muslim army, of which the Quraysh won.
He becomes Muslim only after the Treaty of Hudaibiyah, before the conquest of Makkah.  This takes place after the Prophet assumes his ministry for almost 20 years.  He converted the same time with Khalid al-Walid.  These two famous figures, along with the less famous one, Uthman bin Talhah, had gone to Madinah, and the trio declared their faith in, and allegiance to, Islam.
Not being among the early converts, we would think that the Prophet would have treated him less congenially.   Such, however, is not the case.  The Prophet knows the kind of person Amru is, and he treats him the way Amru wants to be treated.
The Prophet knows that Amru is a competent leader and cherishes the opportunity to lead.  Thus, in one of the expeditions, known as Dhat as-Salasil, Amru was appointed as the leader, although in that expedition, there are more senior companions including Abu Bakar, Umar and Abu Ubaydah bin Jarrah.  As the leader of the expedition, Amru was to lead the prayers as well, though he was only recently acquainted with Islam.
As Amru himself narrated, the Prophet used to pay attention even to the worst man in the community with a view to win his heart.
“Towards me also,” said Amru, “he used to pay much attention, addressing me more than he did others, wherefore I began to think that I was the best man in the community.”
So, under this impression, one day Amru asked the Prophet: “Am I superior or Umar?”
“Umar,” the Prophet answered simply.
Feeling that the answer couldn’t be right, Amru asked again for confirmation.   Again the Prophet gave similar answer.  Later on, Amru thought that he should not have asked the Prophet such things.
In this short narration from Amru, at least two things come to the fore.   In his dealing with others, the Prophet would go extra mile making them feel that they are being treated in the manner that they are being favored or most loved by the Prophet.  Yet, at the same time, the Prophet would not shield from the truth and would state the matter as it is, without fear or favor.  In the process, he brings the best out of people without being hypocritical.
As we know, the companions of the Prophet are people of mixed pedigree.  Some are rich, others are poor.  Some like to be in the limelight, others prefer to stay in the background.  Some are noted for piety, others are noted for leadership.  Some are very intelligent, others are less endowed with cognitive capacity.  All of them, however, are people of virtue.  And all of them feel that they are being treated in the best manner possible by their leader.
Amru belongs to the group of the more intelligent companions.  In fact, he is considered as the most wily and most cunning of them all.  A person like Amru should have known better that being among the late comers, he would not be regarded as superior to the early comers, especially to a person of Umar’s stature.
While Umar is not exactly among the earliest followers of Muhammad, since he becomes Muslim only by the fifth or the sixth year of Muhammad’s prophethood, Umar superiority among the companions are well known.  Yet, because the Prophet treats him so well and in the manner most congenial to his predisposition, Amru felt that he is being favored by the Prophet.
One may raise the question that, by treating his companions like that, the Prophet gives false impression as to their worth.  There is perhaps some superficiality in the way Muhammad carries himself, or the way he deals with others.
But nothing is further from the truth.  As the story narrated by Amru suggests, if there is any hint of superficiality in the Prophet, he would have given the answer in the affirmative.  He could have said: “Yes, of course.  But don’t tell Umar.  I don’t want to break his heart.”   Amru would have reveled in that knowledge, and would have gladly kept the matter to himself.
But no, the Prophet simply cannot tell the falsehood, even though that might have been quite harmless, and would have made Amru feels better.
In this short story, two of the four mandatory attributes of the Prophet come to the fore, namely intelligence and truthfulness.  As an intelligent person, the Prophet knows how to get the best out of his companions.  As for his truthfulness, this is well known.
As mentioned in the beginning of this entry, the Prophets have many virtues.  But of these many virtues, four are singled out as the mandatory attributes of the Prophet.  They are: (1) truthful (siddiq), (2) trustworthy (amanah), (3) deliver (tabligh) and (4) intelligent (fathonah).
The first three of these attributes are well known.  Our religious teachers and scholars always allude to these when they talk about Muhammad the Prophet and his teachings.  The last attribute, namely intelligence, however, is touched less frequently.  Our religious teachers always depict Muhammad as a virtuous man, but they do not often portray him as an intelligent person.
In our subsequent installments, we shall try to analyze the Prophet from the angle of these four mandatory attributes, with a particular focus on intelligence.

How to evaluate your level of intelligence?

Do you wonder why you are depressed and often feel that you cannot develop your talents at work? Do you think that others are above you and that they perform better than you? Do you feel that you are overpowered by your colleagues and school mates because they seem to know better, to speak with assurance whereas you feel inner fear, insecure…?

Never measure yourself with others. Measure yourself with truth. Train yourself to reach the goals you have been fixing. To do this, you must know who you are and what are your limits. You need to sit down calmly and reflect on you. What types of intelligences do you have?

To illustrate: do you excel in interpersonal understanding or intra-personal understanding? Are you better at mathematics [logics] or linguistics? continue like this and then write down what you have discovered about you.

After that, see whether your interests match what you are able to do. For example, if you are good at maths, you will see a natural inclination for that subject. It’s normal. work harder in these subjects. Try to do better and you will feel better too (smile) because you will develop self-confidence

it’s really hard those days to live quietly and to perform because the number of people who want to achieve in life is craaaazzzy!!! Yes, people have to fight to be always on top and ambition is often equal to having lots of money. But not that only, there is a belief that everyone has to show off what they know more than others: being most beautiful, wearing the most beautiful dresses, being the super top fashionistas, having the most handsome partner, eating at the super top restaurant….well, you can continue the list for me…

So, how do you think you can achieve and being peaceful at the same time if everything is going super fast and you have to maintain this trend 365 days a  year

Life is beautiful. We need to take care of ourselves. Nobody will take care of us once we fall because we are headed towards an individualistic world where people are only interested about themselves. So, take a break and reflect and remember that you are intelligent and you only need to train yourself towards what you love and what you sincerely intend to do in life.

With lots of love