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Khutba: Dealing with your most difficulty day – 10 lessons from our beloved Prophet(SAW)

Stress affects everyone. Everyone of us faces stressful life situations and although stress itself is not an illness it can lead to depression, anxiety, psychosis and post-traumatic stress disorder. It’s important to know that there are ways to manage stress and Islam outlines such methods which is the topic of my khutba today.

Each of us goes through our own stresses whether that’s biological, psychological or environmental. These may be an illness, emotional or physical abuse, loss of someone close, divorce, low self-esteem, islamophobia at work or college, job or study pressures, social expectations, lack of control over a situation, substance abuse and many more.

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A short but powerful prayer

Al-Abbas (R.A.), the uncle of the Prophet (ﷺ), came to the Prophet (ﷺ) and said:  “Ya Rasulullah, teach me a du’a.”  The Prophet ( ﷺ) said: “O my uncle, say: ALLAHUMMA INNI AS’ ALUKA AL’AFIYAH...

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Key to mental health

The key to mental health is honesty for this gives relief and consistency. Be sincere to yourself and in this you will find happiness.