The Day I Die
Preparation for the Journey to the Afterlife
a lecture by Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim
The clock is ticking—and with every second that passes, our time to leave this life for the next grows nearer and nearer. No one knows when, where, or how they will die. But what is certain is that “Every soul will taste death. Then to Us will you be returned.” (Surah Al-‘Ankabut 29:57)
The short life we live in this world will determine the eternal life that we will live in the next. Hence, it is only wise to invest in our hereafter and prepare ourselves to meet our Creator in the state of submission and obedience.
Join Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim in “The Day I Die: Preparation for the Journey to the Afterlife” as we discuss important matters pertaining to death and keeping our thoughts, deeds, and actions in check and in line with the reality of death.
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Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim is the Head of Islamic Studies & Assistant Principal at Langford Islamic College, Senior Imam at Thornlie Mosque, Islamic Chaplain at Curtin University & the University of Western Australia and lecturer for the internationally acclaimed AlMaghrib Institute.
He is Canadian by birth, Egyptian through ancestry, Turkish via marriage, and Australian by choice of residence and migration. In 2013, Shaykh Yahya was awarded by the West Australian Government an – Individual Excellence Award in serving the diverse WA Multicultural Community.
He has been profiled in the Australian Government’s initiative, ‘Sharing our achievements: Mosaic of Nations’. Shaykh Yahya was also a selected facilitator for the federal government’s Muslim Community Reference Group for the Conference of Australian Imams.
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