Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Daamat Barakaatuhu)

December, 2013

  • 4 December

    What’s Your Gauge of Success?

    Each person measures his prosperity differently; someone feels that if he has anchor tenants then he is successful, another feels that if he achieves a good pass then he is successful and yet another feels that if he gets a booming business then he is successful. However, Allah Ta‘ala measures …

November, 2013

  • 27 November

    The Secret behind a Happy Life

    When trying to achieve something, never project a figure. This projecting brings about 2 problems, (1) You will become despondent and very soon fall into a depression, and (2) Out of frustration you will begin to fight with everyone. The state of the mind should rather be:  “I will work …

  • 20 November


     If both parents are deeni conscious and are seeing to the proper upbringing of their children then that is excellent. However if only one parent has this deeni motivation and the other just doesn’t seem to be paying any interest then what should be the response? The concerned parent should …

  • 13 November

    Adopting the Correct Attitude

    The Hadith teaches us to focus on our own wrongs and not to blame others. On the contrary, the Western attitude trains us to throw the blame onto others and always find an escape route for ourselves. Sometimes we are made to suffer the bitter consequences of our wrong doings. …

  • 6 November

    Respect for Parents

    1. When an animal reaches a stage where it can fend for its self, it sets off independently. It totally abandons its parents and all those who may have given it some sort of care and attention. There is no such thing as values and morals in them. Whereas as …

October, 2013

  • 30 October


    Among the most disastrous elements in this path of sulook is company. It is so detrimental that it can take one to the lowest of the low. Company and association is not restricted to just friends and people. Rather, it also refers to the things that we read or hear. …

  • 23 October

    Commitment with Consistency

    Allah Ta`ala speaks of two qualities that allowed the Bani Israa’eel to be appointed as leaders i.e. guides for dispensing hidaayat. One is the quality of yaqeen and conviction. When a person has the conviction of anything then he will be prompted to achieve it. For example, a matriculant has …

May, 2013

  • 22 May

    The Noor of the Heart and Commitment to the Sunnat

    To gain visibility one requires two types of lights: the light of the eyes and the external light of the sun or a lamp etc. Then only will one be able to clearly see what is before him. With the absence of any one of the two one will not …

April, 2013

  • 10 April

    Say “I Do Not Know”

    In the time of the Sahaabah (Radhiallahu Anhum) if they were not sure of anything, they would ask you to refer to someone more knowledgeable. Nowadays, everyone has become a mufti and has the ability to answer. If someone asks you a question and you have the slightest reservation, then …

March, 2013

  • 27 March

    Avoid Places of Sin

    Presently, we are in the holiday period and we all know the condition of people especially at the beaches. It will be unbecoming of any Muslim to visit any of these spots during this time. Even if a person presents the excuse of not casting any lustful glances etc. then …