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Shamnadanu
02-04-2017, 05:23 PM
I am planning to make a timetable to follow in day. ..brotgers and sister. please suggest me with amals of highest rewards and loadfree arrangement


4am:waking up
4:10 Tahajjud ...!!
4:40 maximum
then read quran ...1/2 juz...
5:30. .Subuhi azan.
walk to mosque with Dhikr..
after subuhi..Ta'aleem and Mahshura in mosque...
6:30 -upto zuhr...i dont do anything...if filked with zuha ...ishraq .. dhikr etc...on holidays...if its working days i need to do zikr...wholeday
then after magrib...reading surat yasin,mulk,noor,fatah,waqiya,,,if done ithikaaf is worthy investment... sometimes work of dawah . meeting people....after isha..gmafter food...go to sleep..
..this is what to fulfill my intention...i want to know productive ways to spent a day. tips ...important dua s...zikr...etc...you can suggest...i dont understand one thing...i am puzzled actually...wilk this going to work...I have android phone with me...plenty of to stud y for college....this is my primary worry...also i am deppressed in life of several things. ...i m puzzled
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azc
02-04-2017, 06:16 PM
It sounds a sort of show off. If you are really sincere in doing good deeds, then hide them from people
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new2010
02-04-2017, 07:16 PM
Doesn't sound to me like showing off, may be just a brother who wants to optimize his day. Nothing wrong with it, I am not on the position to judge the intention. But as a reminder: It's always better to keep such questions generally without including the own person into the text, insha Allah.

Hear are some good reads about time management:

The Daily Routine of Prophet Muhammad [saw]

ProductiveMuslim Sleep Routine

Time Management for Muslim Families Simplified

Top Seven Time Management Tips
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Shamnadanu
02-05-2017, 06:32 AM
Originally Posted by new2010
Doesn't sound to me like showing off, may be just a brother who wants to optimize his day. Nothing wrong with it, I am not on the position to judge the intention. But as a reminder: It's always better to keep such questions generally without including the own person into the text, insha Allah.

Hear are some good reads about time management:

The Daily Routine of Prophet Muhammad [saw]

ProductiveMuslim Sleep Routine

Time Management for Muslim Families Simplified

Top Seven Time Management Tips
Thanks....
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