The topic we are about to consider is what most Muslims are usually familiar with. Unfortunately, some of us were a little misguided about the concept from the beginning.
Most of us are not clear why Muslims have to offer prayer facing the Qibla when Almighty Allah is present everywhere.
Sarah is Allah’s favorite form of worship that He Himself set for us. Salah’s goal is to always be aware of our Lord, Creator, and the Sustainer of everything, as it is actually one of the most comprehensive forms of Dhikr.
Most parents become anxious after their child turns seven years old, yet little ones are not yet accustomed to praying for Salah on a regular basis.
How many times have you noticed that you are taking a nap through the Fajr prayers? How many times have you told yourself only ‘5 minutes left’? The next thing we know is that the sun has risen and Fajr time has passed.
Salah, Allah’s most loving act of worship, is one of the 5 fundamental pillars protecting the foundation of Islam. It is the maximum normally done ritual geared toward accomplishing closeness to Allah and poses as a key indicator of being a real Muslim.
Even as Muslims, we tend to forget the importance of salah (prayer) in our lives, obscuring it with our urgent daily chores. The evil whispers in the ears of believers and tend to see Salah as a ‘chore’, resulting in a secular look for satisfaction and comfort.
Salah is considered the most important and unforgivable duty for Muslims after the Shahadah.
Prayer lifts the soul to heaven every time it clings to the earth and connects it to its Lord every time it is separated from Him by carelessness or distraction.
There are five pillars of Islam and Salah is the second among these five pillars. Prayers made the distinction between Muslims and non-Muslims. When someone prays, he/she is recognized as a Muslim.