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  1. This is a good blog message, I will keep the post in my mind. If you can add more video and pictures can be much better. Because they help much clear understanding. :) thanks Carlsberg.

  2. Gems Gleaned (keep in mind none are exact quotes):

    Google Calendar is a great tool to use. Color-code different important tasks.

    “If you can’t take on a project, learn how to say no. You can’t solve all of the world’s problems so you have to prioritize”.

    “I feel frustrated with our limited time; I’m now even having to prioritize projects that I enjoy doing for the sake of Allāh and our religion. [Though] Alhamdulillāh for all of the blessings that Allāh has given us and may He accept our meager efforts”.

    ‘I’ve never thought of that question of urgency – don’t you want to be a contented Muslim when you die and Allāh asks you what did you do with your life?”

    “I hate watching sports – what a waste of time! Every time I watch a film or waste time, I feel terrible”.

    “I feel healthy within pressure. Even if I’m not accomplishing a lot, I feel like that at least I am doing something. Interestingly, I feel peace when I am under pressure.”

    “The difference between a productive person and a workaholic is determined by the time spent with the family. Nobody has more priority for me than my wife and children, and Islamically, I can not neglect them at the expense of others”.

    “We need to really set up a limit for our time on the Internet. We spend too much time reading the news, blogs, etc.”.

    “Set reasonable goals. When you set unreasonable goals but do not accomplish them, you feel miserable. When you set a realistic goal and accomplish them you feel empowered”.

    “All productivity and all Khayr comes from Allāh, and therefore ask Allāh to give you Barakah in your time, life, and efforts. Barakah literally means productivity and being extra-beneficial”.

  3. How do you access the audio recording for Sh. Yasir Qadhi’s interview?  I’ve been twisting my brain triying to figure it out.

        • I’m not sure exactly why, but I still don’t see any link to the Yasir Qadhi interview. I have wanted to hear this for quite some time, but still don’t see any link. Please send me the link. Thanks

  4. subhanallah…..Excellent tips and reminders….masha allah May Allmighty provide us with more and more infos like n reach to the youth insha allah…..

    I’d like to have that dua posted which sheikh had mentioned in the end
    Thank you
    Jazaak Allah Khair

    • Wa alaikum assalaam warahmatullah,

      We’ve fixed it. You should be able to see it now. Thanks for pointing this out.

  5. Google calendar! wow will be making use of it inshallah, ive just checked it out and think why didn’t I notice it before.
    mashallah yasir qadi is an inspiration, if he feels he isn’t doing enough for the sake of Allah then I feel totally embarrassed :(( May Allah swt place immense guilt in our hearts when we waste time on idle talk, and do or watch unproductive things. May Allah swt grant us the motivation and drive to do more for his sake. may I ask where he quoted that final duaa from, was it rom the quran, can anyone share please?

  6. I didn’t find the complete interview :(……. please somebody post it in english. jazakallah khair