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Friday, 15 July 2011



'Embracing the Inner Struggle on the Path to True Hapiness'

So is this article an abstract of the book?. it sounds more like a psychology book than a religious one. Could you please tell me something more about it.


ARGcomment: My great interest at the moment is the convergence of modern scientific research into the human mind with Islamic spirituality. The book will be about this. The article touches on themes the book will contain, inshallah.

Abdul Muied Siddiqui

...great...may Allah reward you for what I am going through...

syam van deanvar

Happy ramadhan

Irfan Tariq

Very informative article . if Someone as a muslim who is not regular in his prayers, decides to start praying regularly will require lot of initial investment which is in the form of attention & controlling its desire of procastination of prayers. To bring oneself in Flow-producing activity is not an easy task.


mashallah - said perfectly
... as brother Irfan said, for a Muslim who starts to pray regularly, the first few days are the hardest, it gets easier as time goes on, but once prayer becomes regular - it is the best feeling in the world. It brings organization to your day, peace in your heart, and a sense of purpose in life. ALHUMDULLILLAH.


Assalamu Alaykum.
I normally dont read long articles online because of my eyes. However, once I started reading your article, I could not stop until I finished it. Let me know if this is a part of upcoming book. May Allah reward your effort.. amiin

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Salam can we copy ur articles on our facebook page since they seem to be a type of indirect dawa

ARGcomment: I would rather you link directly to the blog


Hi Abdur,
I am a great admirer of your work but I recently encountered a big question to one of your stories: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdNVfEpfOfk&feature=relmfu

The one where your father says the Shahaada before dying. As a soon-to-be doctor, I simply cannot understand how you could embark on this road with a confused, weakened man. It is almost as if you did it for your own gratification, which would be very out of character (and I do not believe is the case) I think you did it because of your own love for Islam, and also your lack of clinical understanding.
ARGcomment: I don't think you have the right or knowledge to make such a statement or judgment. In fact it is a statement of real ignorance in respect to your religion.
Please do not be deceived by the Dr. at the front of your name.
I was advised personally by someone who is both a medical doctor and an Islamic scholar who was regularly informed about my father's (rahimullah) condition.
I have not one shadow of a doubt that I did the right thing. Alhamdulillah.


Lovely article masha-Allah.

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A fascinating discussion is definitely worth comment. I do think that you should publish more about this subject matter, it may not be a taboo matter but typically people do not talk about these topics. To the next! All the best!!

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