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  1. When I was reading this surah for my blog, I thought this was one of the most important surahs once you grasp its meaning. Indeed time waits for no man and it is up to us to make the most of it.

  2. Assalamu alaykum ua rahmatullahi ua barakatuhu! Thank you very much for such a great article! SubhanAllah it was one of the biggest issues for me, but now by following your tips i can save my time and be more productive in shaa Allahu Taala!

  3. Salaam, JazaakiLLAHU bi khairaat. I see you didn’t take time to translate the verse of The Holy Qur’aan on Its recitation at dawn,properly! As a teacher with global audience, this is sloppy. May ALLAH subnaHU wa Ta’ala continue to guide us on the straight path.

  4. MashaAllah very good article.

    According to just some of the points you list, about not sleeping after fajr because of the ayah: Indeed, the recitation of dawn is ever witnessed.” (Qur’an 17:78) and that we should stay awake after the prayer etc. Alhamdulillah I’ve did this many times, and it really helps me during my studies. But now, when the summer is here, and fajr is at 3 am, it is actually harder to wake up. Therefore I sometimes stay awake untill fajr, study, maybe pray qiyaam al-layl, pray fajr and then go to sleep. And maybe sleep 3-4 hours and then go to school.

    But then, I can’t have the benefits which is to recite quran at fajr time, or study etc.

    What do you think about staying up untill fajr and sleep after that? Do you recommend that? Do you have other tips if you think that what I do now, is not good for me? I want to be a productive muslim, and don’t waste my time at all! I am a student and want to be a successful one, inshaAllah.

    JazakAllahu khayran