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  1. JazakAllahu khairan for the productive tips ukhti,as a islamic weekend teacher i need lots of good material i think this would be beneficial for me and my kids as well.

  2. Jazakallahu khair. Other ways may include cleaning the Masjid, visiting the sick in hospitals and at home, donating a Quran or any Islamic book to a Masjid , keeping good bonds of kinship even with those who have cut them with you, providing water in Majids for ablution and other purposes, giving a date to a fasting person, feeding at least one person during Iftar, making Dua for parents, the believing men and women. And also planting of a tree and teaching the Quran, Hadith or any Dua to a child or adult.

  3. Jazakillahu khoir katheera ukht Aisyah for this beautiful and excellent sharing! May Allah rewards you with jannah ukht.. aamin3x

  4. Jazaka Allah khaeran for those important tips, I feel enriched and fulfilled knowing fully I can still get some reward for those things I ordinary didn’t pay attention to. I’m grateful……

  5. Masha Allah I loved the part of making dua as charity. That way one gets to hit so many birds with one stone. Ibadah, charity, and making requests from the most generous ONE

  6. I have planned to by a pair of spectacles for a lady whose eyes are weak this Ramadan. Also I gave zakat to the needy.

  7. AssalamuAlaikum Sr. Aisha
    It’s really good to know that sometimes we can give more than money. For me, taking care of children and elderly hardly crossed my mind I even find challenging. I’ve taken care of children before but not really the elders. Pretty good to consider though. Thanks for your useful and practical tips. J.A.K. May bless you in dunya and akhira.

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