How can a Muslim lose? For, for a Muslim, life is love.

A Muslim looks above – and loves God above. 

A Muslim looks below – and loves God whose creation he surveys as far as the eye can see.

A Muslim looks up and sees the sun, the moon, the planets, the stars – and the uncharted galaxies.

And a Muslim's heart fills with awe and admiration at the grandeur, majesty and the interminable flawlessness of the celestial world above.

And a Muslim's heart brims with God's love.

A Muslim looks down and sees the earth and its many shapes, forms, contours –and denizens, from humans to beasts, from the animals to plants, and from the living to the non-living.

And a Muslim's heart rejoices at what it sees and dances with the daffodils, as a poet once put it.

And then a Muslim's heart runs over with God's love.

And it rocks with the love of all things above and below. 

And it hums to the tune of all things that are of God's creation and design.

Ya Jibaalu Awwibee Ma’ahu Wattayir.

A Muslim does not adore or worship anything or anyone other than God. 

But a Muslim absolutely and unconditionally loves God – and loves all things that God designed and created.

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"For all those waiting, they think, in line for Allah's blessings, to get acceptance of their Du'as from Allah, here is some good news:

Your prayers were heard when you made them.

Ujeebu da'watad-daa'i idhaa d'aanee!

Decisions were made before you were born.

Standing in a queue is the way of this world.

It is the democratic and civilized -- Islamic -- way of doing things.

More good news is that the lines are getting shorter, and the clock is ticking faster.

Just hang in there knowing that your prayers have been answered. The only question is what form the answers will take.

And when the postman will deliver the mail.

And here is a question for you to ask yourself:

What is the fair way, the right way, the smart way, for these things to happen?

Should Allah abide by your dictates and demands? And leave things in your hands?

Or should he run his affairs -- and yours -- the way he thinks best.

If it is any comfort to you -- that is, if you have trained your heart to find comfort and joy in thinking about him, and in talking about him, and in submitting yourself to his decisions -- you should not forget the obvious: His knowledge is infinity; yours is zero.

So, who would you rather trust?

The one who knows all -- that is him?

Or the one who knows nothing -- that is you?

You may derive further comfort from the fact that his love for you is more than your own mother's love for you.

And that is assuming your mother is the best of all mothers.

And that his concern with your wellbeing is stronger than your own concern with your own wellbeing.

And there is even more good news for you.

In all things pertaining to Allah, and all things do, the greatest thing is not just to get to the end of the line, for, this is a line with no end, but just to get in the line, no matter at what point.

So, to those of you waiting in Allah's line, congratulations!

Allah's help is on the way.

It is nigh!

A-laa inna nasrallahi qareeb!" (Dr. Pasha)

A very different radio program is attracting the attention of Muslims and non-Muslims alike around the world. It is fresh; it is exciting; and it is all that you wished you had in a radio program but never quite got it before.

Featured in this program:

  • Ramadan-month of blessings
  • The Night of Power
  • Love of God
  • Real scholars
  • Muslims-the makers of miracles
  • Gandhi and serving humanity
  • The seven deadly sins
  • Being a slave of God
  • The mercy of God

“Want to build a better world? Here is what we need to do — every single one of us:

  • Love our neighbours; and our societies and our communities; and Muslims and non-Muslims — and the whole world.
  • Elect the best rulers we can.
  • Help our governments to perform their legitimate, lawful and constitutional roles in serving the best interests of our people — and of all of humanity everywhere.
  • Hold our elected officials accountable.
  • Love God.
  • Work tirelessly to take the Qur’an to every home and heart that needs it — and which one does not.

And bear in mind that Islam is not — and cannot be — defeated from outside, it is always eaten up from inside — by common mercenaries; by seekers of power, position, wealth, name and fame; and by sundry traitors and fools.

I am also tempted to say, Islam is not for idiots, but I will save it for another day!” (Dr. Pasha)