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  1. Assalamu Alaikum. What another interesting and knowlevde d article again from the masters I do realy enjoyed it. The only thing I observed was that a little correction in sighting the surah no. that’s suratul Ibrahim is chapter 14 not 144 but the verse is correct verse 40. Alhamdulillahi. Alllah Wa alam.

  2. Alhamdulillah, may Allah increase your knowledge and grant you janah. Though I’m still single but these great words of wisdom is very useful and impactful to my life. I am currently going through some unpleasant phases in my life but these words have greatly motivated me to being patient and having confidence in Allah. Jazakhumllahkhayran

  3. Mash’Allah Mash’Allah this is such an excellently written article. I loved how you reminded us that Salah protects us from the tricks of the Shaytan and how Salah is related to patience. Of course, the most important aspect of Salah is that it is our connection with Allah (swt), which you so beautifully stated in the beginning. Alhamdulillah my son is 8 and I strive to encourage him to establish salah by watching him pray and asking him to always join us for prayers, even if he doesn’t have wudu. The idea is just to get him used to the practice, and insha’Allah later he will do it more correctly.

  4. IN SHAA ALLAH I WILL INSTILL these QUALITIES IN MY DAUGHTER OR SON BUT RIGHTNOW I MYSELF AM A CHILD HEHEHE BUT TO BE HONEST JUST LOVED IT AND YEAH I TRY MY BEST TO INSTILL THESE HABITS IN MY LIL BROTHER WHO IS JUST 6 YEARS OLD. I just love this website it makes me feel really calm and happy.

  5. I always bring my son with me during every shalat times. In the beginning, it was quite difficult to make him wake up from sleep for subuh prayer. After doing it for several years, it is easy now to make him wake up for fajar prayer. Now salah already become his habit.

    • My brother once said that good things are not done out of habit. It can become easy with time but you cannot be certain that it has become your habit. Bad deeds, if however left untreated becomes a habit. For example smoking becomes a habit and even good people are unable to get rid of it. Whereas even if you have been praying for so many years, yet you get lazy and once you miss a prayer, you tend to miss other and then the other.

      Anyways hidayat is completely from Allah (SWT) alone and we alone cannot fulfill our duties without His help

  6. MashaALLAH! Really amazing, this sura is my favoured in the qur’an. Thanks you for the details on how to imparted it on us and our’s children. Alhamdulillahi.

  7. MashaAllah jazakAllahu khair for sharing yet another wonderful advice brothers/sisters at ProductiveMuslim.com I think it would be nice if they resumed adding more educational and inspirational Islamic videos at their channel youtube.com/productivemuslim

    may Allah the Most Merciful reward and bless my beloved parents for instilling in us the love for praying at a young age. Ameen. I remember my Mom telling me that when I was a baby she would make me close to her whenever she prayed a salah. Even if the infant is crying as long as he/she is okay and beside you while you are praying you do not need to stress so much as eventually the baby will get used to watching you pray and learning from you :) SubhanAllah. may Allah the Most Merciful bless all the parents of this Muslim Ummah and their Muslim kids and make them love seeking Islamic knowledge for the sake of Allah the Most Merciful. Ameen.

    May Allah the Most Merciful welcome us in Firdaus/Heaven near Him and His noble Messenger Muhammad sallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam. ameen.

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    wasalaam from the Philippines and Saudi Arabia :)

  8. Asalam alaikum,jazak allah khair …for ur article ..v helpful for me in future ….may allah guide us to d best …aamin!

  9. Asssalamualaikum,jazak allha n kahirun for such n beautiful hadiyath of patience may allha
    help us to be patience

  10. May Allah bless you the author, and readers of this article! One little tip is that I plan things around salah time, and I say to the children, after salah we can do this or that.

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