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  1. yes of course saying alhamduillah makes our god happy and he loves more and we can always remember him by saying alhamduillah in our good….alhamduillah for this article

  2. Assalaamu Alaikum and JazakAllah Khair for this very beneficial article. May Allah SWT further increase your eemaan, your knowledge and your capabilities to work for His cause. Ameen.

  3. Assalamualaikum. Love your article, absolutely spot on. A short time in this world and sooner or later we realize that we do lose stuff; people, places, things, health, desires.. Everything is a gift from Allah, so we can only be grateful for the time we enjoyed the blessing.

    In our home, my kids and I instituted ‘Gratitude for everything’.
    Alhamdulillah for the new day and at least ten blessings every morning,
    Alhamdulillah for every thing that comes our way,
    Alhamdulillah when things go wrong, that it wasn’t worse, and we still have lots left, Alhamdulillah for new chances every day, and at bedtime,
    Alhamdulillah for the blessings of the day.
    Alhamdulillah that inshAllah our future plans will go very well inshAllah (removes fear and increases motivation).

    Doing this regularly helps us realized how incredibly blessed we are; as a previous Productive Muslim post said, we in no way deserve all the blessings heaped on us by Ar Rahman. Makes us peaceful and happy all the time, alhamdulillah.

    It started as an exercise of ‘ Be grateful and I will give you more’ . We expressed gratitude especially for chances to learn, Arabic, Quran, to pray, do zikr, etc, as it is so easy to lose these blessings and they are the most precious. And alhmadulillah, Allah made these things a part of our routine, and new resources are continually opening up.

    Allah is so incredibly kind, has helped in incredible ways, countless times, it is hard to even fathom.

  4. Salaam, can you please help? I’m trying to find the hadith which mentions, to the nearest meaning, that when one says Alhamdulillah then you give to Allah better than the blessing you’re thanking Him for.