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  1. Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullah,
    I want to know how i can make my  fridays productive? Along with a lot of worship, Salaam, recitation, I want to give enough time to my studies also, insha Allah, if you could please give a detailed advice, may Allah love you. Masalama

    • Wa alaikum asalam wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuhu sister Aisha.. :-)
       
      Apoligies for replying late.
       
      Reciting surah kahf and durood on fridays are a couple of options to consider

      Apart from that, performing small good deeds on a regular basis are more beloved to Allah (swt)  .’A’isha (ra) said that Rasulullah (saw) said : “The deeds most loved by Allah swt (are those) done regularly, even if they are small”. ( Bukhari, Muslim )

      So there you go: give a cheerful smile to others around you, remove a stone/thorn from the road, recite verses of the quran whenever possible and do lots of dhikr and you will see yourself getting more close to your Creator, Most High insha’Allah.

      Hope this helped and Allah swt knows best
      May Allah (swt) love you too!
      Wa’salam
       

    • Wa alaikum asalam wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuhu sister Aisha.. :-)
       
      Apoligies for replying late.
       
      Reciting surah kahf and durood on fridays are a couple of options to consider

      Apart from that, performing small good deeds on a regular basis are more beloved to Allah (swt)  .’A’isha (ra) said that Rasulullah (saw) said : “The deeds most loved by Allah swt (are those) done regularly, even if they are small”. ( Bukhari, Muslim )

      So there you go: give a cheerful smile to others around you, remove a stone/thorn from the road, recite verses of the quran whenever possible and do lots of dhikr and you will see yourself getting more close to your Creator, Most High insha’Allah.

      Hope this helped and Allah swt knows best
      May Allah (swt) love you too!
      Wa’salam
       

  2. Assalamu Aleikum and thank you for the reminder,

    This is something that definitely needs to become part of one’s good habits. It takes some efforts though to make it so but it’s always pays to say bismillah or even :
    بسم الله  الذي لا يضر مع إسمه شيء fi الأرض ولا fi السماء و هو على كل شيءٍ قدير
    May Allah guide us all.

  3.  Bismillahir Rahmani Rahim:
    “I’m starting this job in the name of all 99 great names of Allah, the most Gracious to all creatures He created, and the most Compassionate to all his servants who truly have iman to Him.”

  4. JazaakumuLLAH khayr, its good post and very wonderful reminder..sometimes, we really forget to begin our act with bismiLLAH, reading yours sure was an eye-opener for me..

    syukran

  5. Let’s make it a habit to remember our Lord in everything we do :-). Surely, it will cast satan’s deception.

  6. Today I find an amazing article!

    Masha’Allah, a motival and creative and great name!

    Thanks sister for your amazing blog!

    • @can – MashaAllah (pronounced maa-shaa-Allah) literally means “whatever God wills”. Muslims say it when amazed by the blessings and/or creation of God, remembering and praising Him, as everything is so by His will.

      Hope this helps clarify. :)

  7. Assalamalaikum wrwb brothers and sisters in faith. Jazakallahqair immeasurably to all the members of productive muslims. May Allah sbwt accept all the services and the hard work you members are putting for ummah. May Allah sbwt reward you all with endless success in this world and hereafter . Aameen
    sister in faith
    Arshia Nasreen

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