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Utrujj Talks: Minimalism in May

The Muslim Minamalist – Finding peace in simplicity

Are you overwhelmed by clutter in your home?

Or perhaps lacking clear thinking space due to excess possessions?

Then it’s time to consider the impact of material attachments on our spiritual journey.

Samia Ahmed discusses the concept of Minimalism in an Islamic context.


The talk will cover the following:

  • Steps to simplify life in line with Islamic principles.
  • Focus on what truly matters in life and death in Islam.
  • Emphasise introspection, gratitude, and contentment.
  • Minimalism enhances worship focus and inner peace.
  • Comparison of Swedish Death with Muslim values.
  • Avoid materialistic competition per Prophet’s teachings.
  • Journey to declutter space and mind with this talk.


This talk will help you on your journey to de-clutter your space and mind.

Just £10 £8 Early bird until 12th May.

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There are limited places available as concessions to those who cannot afford it. Please contact us on info@utrujj.org

Who is Samia Ahmed?

Samia Ahmed is the founder of Blossoming Believers, dedicated to engaging children in learning about Islam while fostering positive memories and life skills. With 20 years of experience in education and the charity sector, including roles with Utrujj Foundation and Islamic Relief, Samia holds a Master’s in Islamic Studies and draws inspiration from Shaykh Haytham Tamim.

She lives in London with her family and is passionate about writing and producing materials for children that combine Islamic teachings with practical life skills. Blossoming Believers aims to simplify Islam for children and equip them to navigate modern challenges while nurturing their growth into healthy adults.


May 23


11:00 am - 12:30 pm

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