This verse is saying that, as human beings, we are captives of our past – our thoughts, our relations, our deeds, our affections.
One of the very serious challenges described in the Holy Quran is a disease called Qasawatul Qalb (hardening of the hearts).
This whole month of Rabiul Auwal is dedicated to the Prophet of Islam (SAWA) and we should try our best to take this opportunity to connect ourselves
This auspicious week is also very importantly celebrated as Unity Week because there is no one more appropriate to provide the foundation for the unity of the Muslim Ummah
Naturally, the month of Rabiul Auwal is where our central emphasis is on the personality of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWA)
Dearest brothers and sisters, the final day of Safar is upon us. These dates are amongst the most tragic periods of Islamic history
From this foundation laid out in the previous discussion, our focus will now be on the ethical values of the Holy Quran which manifested in Karbala.
I would say that the reality of the ‘spirit’ or ‘soul’ is one of the principles of our fundamental beliefs…
What is the Quran really trying to teach us in these verses?
The human aspect of his personality is that this is how one would think as a leader, looking at the long-term view.