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New Year and Atonement  
New Year marks a whole new beginning. It's always a mystery, we never know what lies ahead but we always hope that it is not disappointing. For some it will be a year to accomplish the milestones that have been set and worked towards. For some it will be a new job, new school, new house, new location or just new goals. For some it will be a year that will show improvement in their health or a total recovery. For some it will be a year to enter marriage and a new life filled with dreams and hopes. For some it will be a year to loose their loved ones to a better beautiful place, Jannah. For some it will be a year filled with the joy of a new born in their family. For some it will be a year to reconnect and rekindle with families, friends & loved ones. For some it will be a year to strengthen our relationship with Allah Subhanahu Taala.

Undoubtedly, for each one of us the New Year will definitely hold Allah's infinite mercy and blessings Insha'Allah that will overshadow the sufferings and losses that we encounter as part of life. Nothing in this life is coincidental.

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How to attain Humility in Prayers  
In an environment with increasing distractions how do we make our prayers more beneficial for our selves? Following is an excerpt from "Inner Dimensions of Islamic Worship", a compilation of Imam Ghazali's works that can inspire us to develop humility and become closer to God through prayer.

God, says in the Quran:

'And perform the Prayer in remembrance of Me.' 
[Ta Ha, 20:14

'Do not be one of those who are neglectful.' 
[al-A'raf, 7:205]

'Do not approach the Prayer when you are intoxicated, until you know what you are saying.' 
[al-Nisa', 4:43]

Some say that 'intoxicated' means inebriated by many anxieties, while others say it means drunk on the love of this world According to Wahb, the meaning is obviously a caution against worldly attachment, since the words 'until you know what you are saying' explain the underlying reason. Many are those who pray without having drunk wine, yet do not know what they are saying in their Prayers! 

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Sources of Knowledge About God   
Dr. Jamal Badawi is "Professor Emeritus" at St. Mary's University in Halifax, Canada, where he served as Professor of both Management and Religious Studies.

In this program Dr. Jamal Badawi discusses the question how do we know God. (29 minutes)


 

    
New Year for optimists & pessimists

 An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.

William E. ("Bill") Vaughan (1915 1977) was an American columnist and author.

 

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