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    Posted: 12 March 2012 at 8:01am
This first talk by sister Yasmin is titled "Love, Marriage & Selecting Your Life Partner"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r98RGmC_92s

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Yasmin talks about the concept of love in Islam, how love for Allah triumphs over anything else.

She also touches upon Brotherhood / Sisterhood familial love, maintaining Gender relations the permissible way, how to determine who is the right partner and when to make that call.


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Keeping the Heart Alive

The USC MSU was very honored to host Ustadha Yasmin Mogahed, on November 7th, 2011 to discuss the very relevant and poignant topic of keeping our hearts alive while facing the struggles of this life.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7BLtk1DqOs&feature=related

An excellent lecture that is both practical and relevant

(60 minutes)

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Salah: Life's Forgotten Purpose

Praying is not a one-way conversation with God:

It's actually a two-way conversation, as explained by sister Yasmin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWO1gHhbfKE&feature=related

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One of the Four Greatest Women in Islam: Maryam

Mary (Maryam), the mother of Jesus, peace be upon him, is considered as one of the four greatest women who ever lived

Sister Yasmin in this talk sheds some light on her life, and why she was such a great woman:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRQ00LYYX7c&feature=related


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One of the Four Greatest Women in Islam: Asiya (The Wife of Pharaoh)

Diamonds in the Rough | May 28-30, 2011 | Hartford, CT.

Main Session Two, Jewels of Jannah

One of the four best women was Asiya, the wife of the Pharaoh of Egypt. Sister Yasmin sheds some light why ...

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Why Does Evil Exist: Hardships and Struggle on the Path to Allah

A recent talk on this topic by sister Yasmin Mogahed (16/2/2012) at the UMich MSA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRQMHTQiwxM


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Why Can't I Get What I Want?

A radio talk by sister Yasmin where she explains why sometimes are du'aa are not answered, and we don't get what we want

One question she answers is why for example some people don't marry the person they want to marry

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Be in Life as a Traveler

Why We Suffer

If Iím trying to get back to Orange County, Orange County is my end; it's my goal. And then my means the way that I am using to get there is my car. So, thatís means and end. Now the problem is I donít get anywhere when I turn my car into my end. So now I've switched things around and now my car becomes my goal. So, whatís going to happen is Iím getting my car and Iím not going anywhere as I turned it (my car) into the goal itself.

If we enter into education for example, is education supposed to be a means or an end? A means, right! Whatís the end? The end is Allah (SWT).

The ultimate end in everything we do should be Allah. Our problem begins when we donít realize and put other things as our end. When we put other things as our goal other than Allah thatís when we suffer, thatís when we get intp trouble. So in this case, if school is our end, what happens after I graduate?

What happens for some people after they graduate is they actually go into a sort of depression or something. What happens basically is like Iíve lived all my life for this, basically it consumed my life, almost became my goal, and now what?

It is this concept of Ďnow whatí. When you make something temporarily your goal, and then once you get there you fall into this drop, this disillusionment; this Ďnow whatí, because it was never the goal itself. It should have been the means. It should have been the vehicle, the car in this case...

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Nurturing Spirituality

A talk by sister Yasmin in Chicago where she sheds light on the importance of a sound heart to get closer to God and increase in spirituality

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JljW6oPBeQ0&feature=related

(Audio - 34 minutes)

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Overcoming Sadness and Depression

A talk by sister Yasmin on dealing with hardships and overcoming sadness

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74ZK4FEMKYg&feature=related

(Audio - 44 minutes)


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Hardships: Path to the Most Merciful

Many times when we are afflicted with a trial, we don't know how to react, we aren't sure where to turn, and we feel at a loss of words and hope. But know that there is hope!

Sr. Yasmin Mogahed addresses a crowd of 300+ people in Teaneck, NJ on this very pertinent subject

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvLyHJY79_8
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Love of This World

A recent talk by sister Yasmin on the dangers of the love of this world for the heart of a believer

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The Fear of God

A talk by sister Yasmin last January where she explains the concept of fear of Allah (SWT), which is Arabic is taqwa or khaouf

A believer always needs to keep the right balance between fear and hope.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAhLBiayG38&feature=relmfu

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Coping with Loss

A talk by sister Yasmin on how to cope with the loss of someone beloved, especially
the death of a child, with references from the Qur'an & Sunnah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svhXqaUo3YU

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