August – 2023

Newsletter August 2023

Gratitude and wellbeing

Gratitude is an attitude of counting your blessings, feeling appreciative and thankful for what you

have, rather than focussing on what you don’t have.

The benefits of practising gratitude are numerous and range from getting better sleep to having a

stronger immune system.


July – 2023

Newsletter July 2023

Happier living – 10 keys to happiness

Key points about happier living

Mental distress is a common experience. If you are experiencing mental distress, the most important thing to do is get support.

 Everybody wants more happiness in their lives but sometimes it can feel hard to achieve.
  • Happiness is different for different people – what makes one person happy can be another person’s misery.
  • The good news is that research shows there are things you can do to help you live a happier life.

June – 2023


Newsletter June 2023

Understanding Mental Distress

Mental distress is a common experience. If you are experiencing mental distress, the most important thing to do is get support.


May – 2023


Newsletter May 2023

Setting Goal & Making Plan

Decided to make a change? Whether it’s related to your health, wealth or happiness there are common factors which have been shown to increase success:



April – 2023


Newsletter April 2023

The power of focus: Practical tips to help you focus your thoughts

How do you wake up in the morning?

 Do you jump out of bed and look forward to starting the day?

 Do you wake up in the morning and you did not want to get out of bed, hear the alarm clock ring and press the snooze button over and over again until you are forced to get up and go to the bathroom?

 Or wake up even more tired than when you went to sleep?


March – 2023


Newsletter March 2023


Islam, alcohol, and substance abuse among Muslim children
and youth

Talking to children and youth about sensitive topics such as
appropriate code of conduct between men and women as well as substance
use/abuse are conversations that parents and caregivers, despite religious
affiliations, struggle to have.




February – 2023

Newsletter February 2023

Foster Care in Islam:

Fostering is an extremely rewarding act in Islam and one that has been encouraged – giving it a highly respected role. It is not only permissible for a Muslim to foster a child, but it is also a Sunnah that can gain many rewards from Allah (SWT).

The Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) was orphaned and fostered by many different family members. In turn, he cared for other orphans during his lifetime.


January – 2023


Newsletter January 2023

Balance In Islam

“…thus, have We made of you an Ummah justly balanced, that ye might be witnesses over the nations…” (surah Al-Baqarah; 2:143)



Balance; the backbone of Islamic ethics, lyrics of a symphony that existence compose… the life-giving message on the dogma of mankind; who is the caliph of existence, the precise concept of Islam.  It is the complete balance doctrine of monotheism.