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Here’s Why Crescent Days Has Launched Its ‘Sunnah In A Stick’

Getting a good night’s rest can be hard, especially when you are stressed, over tired, travelling or coping with unexpected circumstances. Even changes in routine with the arrival of Ramadan, or family problems can affect the quality of sleep – and ultimately affects your own health and wellness making you vulnerable to colds and other […]

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Is Sleeping Really an Act of Ibadah and Can it Be Rewarded in Islam?

One of the most important parts of having an enriching and productive day is ensuring that one sleeps well and gets a good night’s rest.  In Islam, both the Quran and the Sunnah focus on the matter of sleep and advise us on the best practices surrounding sleep.  Over the past so many centuries, human […]

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The Significance of Reciting Surah Kahf on Friday 

With a special day such as Jumu’ah comes a momentous occasion to practice some of the most neglected Sunnahs. Friday is a chance to engage in multiple acts of Sunnah which have all been prescribed by the Prophet ﷺ, and reciting Surah Kahf is just one of them.  A simple sunnah that is very often […]

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Feeling The Post-Ramadhan Blues? Here Are Five Ways To Keep The Ramadhan Spirit Alive

It’s been well over a week since Ramadhan finished, and many of us might be feeling a little down. A time of heightened spirituality and immense joy, Ramadhan is a month that significantly nurtures us, despite it lasting only one month. It’s very common for Muslims to start feeling down when Ramadhan is over. The […]

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The Forgotten Sunnah of Istikhara Prayers

For Muslims, the religion of Islam provides a complete way of life. From divine worship to serving humanity, and maintaining relationships to simple mannerisms, Islamic scriptures have not failed to leave any of it out. Decision-making is an integral part of all our lives. Whilst many of us converse with others before we embark on […]

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Gratitude – The Key to Contentment

In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln made a Thanksgiving proclamation, in which he spoke about the importance of gratitude. But unlike today’s enigmatic definition of the concept, which is devoid of any mention of God, President Lincoln chose his words carefully by referencing his ultimate thanks to God: “The year that is drawing toward its close […]

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