During this month of reflection, we search for meaning and employ self-restraint to overcome our artificial appetites and excessive tastes.
Cause indeed the greatest legacy we could live, and we could leave, is to leave Islam for our children. That they too bow down to Allah. That they too call themselves Muslims.
In this excerpt from her complete video, Dr. Bahiyya Muhammad reflects on Surah al-Duha from the final juz’ of the Qur’an with her daughter, Jayla Muhammad.
Hajjah Ruqayya Ali reflects on the chapters of the 29th juz’.
From the Ramadan Reflections archive, Dallas Wright shares with us and himself a reminder on the nature of true sincerity in this reflection on the 28th juz' of the Qur'an.
Baqiya Adam uses poetry to share our responsibility to follow the Prophet Muhammad in this reflection on the 27th juz'.
In his reflection on verse 48:13 found within the 26th juz’, Sheikh Adeyinka Mendes takes the reader on a historical journey to understand how God calls us to build a world of justice, balance, and sacred living.
From our achieves comes the reflection of Dr. Nina Daoud who shares her thoughts on the verses in juz' 25 which dissuade us from silence in the face of injustice.