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Tech v. Islam: Part I

This article is an introduction to a multi-part series that weighs in on the benefits and repercussions of changes in the tech world for the average practicing Muslims. A person who goes in search of knowledge, he is in the path of Allah, and he remains so until he returns – Tirmidhi Islam gave early Muslims […]

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Innocence and Intervention [Part 2]: The Etiquette’s of Not Minding Your Own Beeswax

Bismillah, Assalaam’alaikum We last left off at watching a sister handle some junior high school kids on the train. How did she take care of it, and how should you do the same in case you ever become a witness to bullying? Well, when it comes to etiquettes, first and foremost, always keep in mind […]

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Innocence and Intervention [Part 1]: Should You Mind Your Own Beeswax?

Bismillah, as salaam ‘alaikum! So I commute a lot. Every once in awhile I witness the loud manifestations of young adults in junior high or high school on the train. Sometimes, I laugh in my head at the things I hear. Other times, I just shake my head and wonder what this world is coming […]

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Dear Diary: Reflection and Growth

You know you’re headed in the right direction when you read or hear something beneficial from someone else, then you take the gems you learned and try to apply them to your life. But what if you could have that effect on yourself? Your future self? As Muslims, we know that it is important for […]

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Finding Motivation in Trust

Assalamualaikum, It’s that time of the year again! Finals are just around the corner and you probably have to deal with a lot more than just studying and writing papers. You may have to prepare for an an emotional roller coaster if things get rough. But remember Allah through it all and you will succeed, […]

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Why You Should Invest in Spiritual Capital

Assalamualaikum! Ever had that moment where you’re sitting in class, half alert, you hear one sentence or one word and all of a sudden you have an epiphany about something totally unrelated. Well, that is exactly what happened to me when my professor asked, “What is capital’?” While the rest of the class attempted to […]

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