May Allah bless you with piety (Taqwa) and purity, strong emaan, forgiveness of sins, have mercy on you, elevate your status, bless you with knowledge of Deen and generosity'. Ameen! The Muslim Ummah regards you as an obedient daughter, a respected sister and a dignified woman in Islam!
This life is a one-time opportunity to achieve everlasting happiness in the life hereafter. Allah Almighty is showering countless blessings upon us everyday. Every moment has a great potential to achieve high-ranks in the court of our Creator. Every minute is like a gold coin. The heart and tongue are gifts from Allah to earn millions of rewards (Hasanaat) for the Akhirah.
Daily reading a book of good deeds helps in this situation. You may print a chapter of Muntakhab Ahadith (http://www.islameasy.org/quick_books.php) and read with your family for 10 minutes together. then make Dua.
Please review our main page for Dua scripts.
Respected sister, kindly study the articles in sisters section of our site
Make a list of other sins/mistakes and try to stop from those, one by one.
If you are not sure, please ask.
The following articles and booklets will inshaAllah help answer some of the questions which are frequently asked.
Cure for depression
How should Every Muslim live through day and night?
Prayer and Du'a - Strong connection with Allah
A gift for the Daughters of the Ummah ' (topics on Purity and Tahara, what every Muslim sister should know). by Jamiatul Ulama (KZN), Ta'limi Board, South Africa
Gift for New Muslims (Basics of Islam)
Status of Woman in Islam by Shaykh Ahmed Abdul Mujeeb Qasmi (translated by Muhammad Owais Jafrey) http://www.islameasy.org/K225_WomenInIslam.php
And Allah knows best.
Ask Alimah Team
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