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Yasmin Mogahed | The Spiritual Significance of Ramadan
Ustadha Yasmin Mogahed speaks at the Grand Iftar hosted by Islamic Relief and the Windsor Islamic Council in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, May 18, 2018.
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"One of shaytan's main goals is to prevent people from being grateful to Allah. In the Quran, the word for ingratitude is the same word that is used for disbelief. A Muslim doesn't lose his/her faith overnight. It's a slow gradual slide into a state of disbelief that often begins with a lack of gratitude.
The Prophet (peace be upon him) teaches us that the reward of the one who has something to eat and is grateful, is like that of the person who fasts patiently.
Whenever you have the urge to complain about something, list 3 things that you're grateful for. For example; the ability to see, your relationship with your mother, and waking up each morning.
Write them down and be specific. After a few weeks you'll have pages full of blessings you enjoy.
Allah has promised us, 'If you are grateful, I will increase you.' (Quran 14:7)"
--Sh. Abdul Nasir Jangda
Yasmin Mogahed
Yasmin Mogahed
“Ilhan’s real crime for those attacking her is that she’s an unapologetic Black Muslim woman who acts and speaks like she’s equal.”
Yasmin Mogahed
Yasmin Mogahed
What if this Ramadan was your last? We all know of individuals here last Ramadan, but not for the next.

If we knew when our last Ramadan was, how differently would our prayers and fasting be?

There are 6 things you can do now to change your attitude going into Ramadan, insha Allah.

Join me for the free webinar on April 16.

**Limited to the first 500 attendees**

RSVP here: http://www.visionaireramadan.com/live/
Yasmin Mogahed
Yasmin Mogahed
We kill our health, trying to make money. Then we spend that money, trying to save our health.

Take it easy. What's meant for you will never pass you by.
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