Tawakkul leads to more prosperity

March 15th, 2010 @

The word Tawakkul comes from the Arabic verb wakala, to which means authorize or empower. From that we derive the word Tawkeel, which means appointing an agent(wakeel) to act on one’s behalf. We normally appoint a wakeel to act on our behalf when we trust that the wakeel knows how to better handle the affairs we are entrusting him with.Tawakkul is therefore the act of [...]

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Tawakkul and family

March 15th, 2010 @

Parents worry about various things when it comes to their children. They worry about their health and safety, about providing them with the material things that they need and want, and about giving them the education that will get them ahead in life. Children also have their own concerns. Tawakkul is one of the most liberating tools [...]

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Are you combining tawakul with good planning?

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The Prophet (PBUH) had an absolute trust in Allah. Yet, he carefully planned his emigration to Medina and left nothing to chance. He and his companion, Abu Bakr, left Mecca at night heading south to mislead his enemies (as Medina is northbound). They went into hiding for three days in the cave of Thawr and [...]

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