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There are numerous ways for man to achieve guidance and emerge from darkness and move towards light.
Allah says in the Holy Quran in 41:53
‘Soon will We show them our Signs in the (furthest) regions (of the earth), and in their own souls, until it becomes manifest to them that this is the Truth.’
Thus Allah uses different means to guide us to the right path; which can be termed as the ‘Light’
One of such methods is through stories.
The Holy Quran is full of stories of past Prophets and previous nations. In fact one of the chapters of the Holy Quran is called ‘Al Qasas’- The Narratives.
Through these stories, people can comprehend and distinguish the paths of progress and regress, and ascent and descent in every field, especially morals.
In fact, during the entire period of his prophet hood, the Noble Prophet , with regards to refinement of souls and perfection of morals, was an exemplar in speech and deed, and had (even) said, “I have been sent (as a Prophet) for (the purpose of) perfecting morals.”
Man’s problem lies in his disregard for virtues, acquisition of vices, and inclination towards lust and obedience to Shaitan. Some men stoop so low that they even lead their lives akin to animals. For the purpose of refinement and treatment of human morals, abatement of rebelliousness and controlling the natural disposition, the Noble Prophet spared no effort and mentioned all that was necessary in this regard.

Anecdotes of Reflection II is a continuation of the book Anecdotes of Reflection I.

This book aims to outline different stories, which have a moral lesson for the reader to take benefit from.

It is hoped that the readers, after going through the stories and narratives, reflect upon and take lessons from them so that they are able to create within themselves, a new impetus towards perfection of morals; and God Willing, those who are endowed with laudable morals, should relate them to others, for rectification and remedy of the weaker souls.

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ContentThere are numerous ways for man to achieve guidance and emerge from darkness and move towards light. Allah says in the Holy Quran in 41:53 ‘Soon will We show them our Signs in the (furthest) regions (of the earth), and in their own souls, until it becomes manifest to them that this is the Truth.’ Thus Allah uses different means to guide us to the right path; which can be termed as the ‘Light’ One of such methods is through stories. The Holy Quran is full of stories of past Prophets and previous nations. In fact one of the chapters of the Holy Quran is called ‘Al Qasas’- The Narratives. Through these stories, people can comprehend and distinguish the paths of progress and regress, and ascent and descent in every field, especially morals. In fact, during the entire period of his prophet hood, the Noble Prophet , with regards to refinement of souls and perfection of morals, was an exemplar in speech and deed, and had (even) said, “I have been sent (as a Prophet) for (the purpose of) perfecting morals.” Man’s problem lies in his disregard for virtues, acquisition of vices, and inclination towards lust and obedience to Shaitan. Some men stoop so low that they even lead their lives akin to animals. For the purpose of refinement and treatment of human morals, abatement of rebelliousness and controlling the natural disposition, the Noble Prophet spared no effort and mentioned all that was necessary in this regard. Anecdotes of Reflection II is a continuation of the book Anecdotes of Reflection I. This book aims to outline different stories, which have a moral lesson for the reader to take benefit from. It is hoped that the readers, after going through the stories and narratives, reflect upon and take lessons from them so that they are able to create within themselves, a new impetus towards perfection of morals; and God Willing, those who are endowed with laudable morals, should relate them to others, for rectification and remedy of the weaker souls. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY IEB OF WORLD FEDERATIONThis text begins introducing the (Duas) Definition of Prayer, and its importance. The author explains how prayers are accepted, and what acceptance of prayer can lead to in a believer's life. Beyond the literal recitation of the prayer, in this text we can find the etiquettes of prayer, and other aspects we must take into consideration. Want to understand and put your heart into your Duas, this book will help you to do just that, ideal for people living in the west, simple do along technique's. Topics covered 1 Definition of prayer 2 Requisites of Supplication 3 Obstacles and Hindrances 4 Lawful and Unlawful request 5 Supplication of Ahl al-bayt 6 Visitation: Its Monotheistic and Political dimensions. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UKThis text explains in detail the meaning of Worship and Intention, as well as how different stages of worship are acquired. He then goes on to explain the different actions of Prayer in detail, such as the first Takbir, & the recitation of the Suras Heavily subsidized by www.islamicthought.co.ukThis book addresses issues on the status and standing of women, their social, political, and cultural activities, housewifery, art, freedom, lifestyle, natural and acquired rights, and other issues from Islamic point of view. According to Islam, women and men alike possess the lofty status of humanity because they are both equally human. The fact that noble Adam ('a) was able to understand the Names and explain them was due to his unique genesis as a human and men and women are equal in this genesis. In general, all extolments in the Quran and Hadith regarding humans encompass both women and men. There is no verse in the Quran that reproaches women for being women. Therefore, according to Islam and the Quran, men and women are equally human, they are no different in worth, and they possess common responsibilities in managing the society. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UK 

Al-Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya (Scripture of Sajjad) is a book containing 54 supplications and du'as attributed to Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin, the great-grandson of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad.

After the Qur'an and Nahj al-balagha, this book has an important position among the Shi'a school of thought and is known as "Zabur Al Muhammad" (the Psalms of the Family of Muhammad (s)) and "Injil Ahl al-Bayt (a)" (the Gospel of the Household of the Prophet (s)) and is an example of the highest form of eloquence.

Although this book is in the form of supplications, it also contains many Islamic teachings mentioned alongside the supplications. In this book, topics surrounding different issues are explained in the form of supplications such as theology, ideology, anthropology, the Unseen World, angels, the nubuwwa, the position of the Prophet Muhammad (s) and the Ahl al-Bayt (a), Imamate, moral virtues and vices, honoring Eids, social and economic issues, historical points, different blessings of God, manners of supplication, recitation, dhikr, prayer, worship, etc. The most famous supplication of al-Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya is Makarim al-Akhlaq. 602 pages hardback. Binding bit loose in some books.

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Topics covered from Nahjul Balagha. 1 Self purification 2 Quran 3 Phenomenon& Noumenon 4 Spirituality 5 Perfect human 6 Natural sciences  7 Remedy for India 8 Humanity 9 Model of education 10 Humanist text HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UK
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