Being a minority, a Malay family in Singapore, endeavoured and perseveres to be pious, righteous and faithful Muslim. Living in an environment full of challenges, integrating among other races, faiths and beliefs, is a constant test, day to day.
How do one continues to be a steadfast high disciplined Muslim when he is always being compared to other Liberal Muslims and relapsed Muslims alike? What are the tools needed to stay focused and not be derailed?
Take a listen to the honest and unscripted podcast in a natural environment and do share your feedback and views if any.
SPOKEN WORDS - THE MEANING OF LIFE
When you start to wonder, "what is the meaning of life", you should start thinking about where you will be heading afther the end of your life. There must be something. We should find out what is the purpose of life and what should we do with this life. Keep on asking and keep on searching. Don't take chances as we tend to regret most of the time.
A night in an Islamic school
What would you say if today is to be the last time you say anything?
If we were to take every conversation as the last, we would want to last in a good way.
Full Time Muslims
People of other faiths are puzzled to how we can be so "devoted" and be consistent in our strict routines day by day.
We don't celebrate birthdays
We don't limit well wishes and prayers to one specific day or limited to an occasion, other than what is in the teachings. Make your well wishes to the people around regardless of occasions.
Why is it so hard to give Salam?
The kids knew the importance of the greetings which is wishing someone peacefulness but they found it hard to practice it.