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Du’as for Studying or Seeking Knowledge, and Taking Exams

March 3, 2012

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Du’as verified by Rafik Beekun and Ahmad Saad.  Please email me directly (via leaving a comment below for any additional request or suggestion) Last updated: March 21, 2012 Source: theislamicworkplace.com Seeking knowledge: 1. Du’as from the Qur’an for seeking and mastering knowledge: These ayats from the Qur’an are from: (i) Surah Taha (Chapter 20), verses […]

The link between anxiety and heart attacks

February 16, 2008

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 Laura Blue, Time Magazine It’s no secret that men with angry, explosive personalities are at a higher risk of a heart attack. But they’re not alone: Nervous, withdrawn and chronically worried people are courting coronary problems, too, according to a new long-term study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Of 735 American […]

Islam and Stress Management (Part 2): Duas when in stress

December 2, 2006

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Professor Rafik Beekun, theIslamicworkplace.com Last updated on May 15, 2013 This section will list the duas (supplications) for handling stress or difficult situations. Some of these are also listed in the duas section of this blog–where many more duas as well as a detailed etiquette for how to make duas are included.  Here, however, we […]

Islam and stress management (Part 1): Description and Importance of Zikr

November 12, 2006

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Note: This series of articles about stress on “The Islamic Workplace” blog describe the type of stress one may experience as a normal part of one’s career. These articles are purely for informational purposes, and do not refer to the severe types of stress experienced in major crises or life-threatening situations. One should seek professional […]