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08-30-2006, 08:17 PM
This is a simple, yet rewarding campaign. We all know that there are certain things that we should do to be rewarded by Allah Taa'laa all the time, but we seem to lack in doing them, or we are just too lazy. This ends all of that. Just go down the list in the appropriate categories, starting with On the right Path, then going to religious, then finishing off with Pious. Start with the first challenge, and if you have done some of them, just go straight to the next one. Insha'Allah, we should all do this until we have perfected all of these things and made them our regular every day Habit.
On the Right Path
A. Make salaat five times a day
B. Memorize one ayah of the Quran Daily
C. Make a fresh ablution for every single prayer
D. Read two or three pages of the book of Allah daily
E. Lower your gaze every time
F. Make sure you go to sleep in the state of Wudu
G. Make a habit of saying Bismillah before you eat or drink
H. Permanently forsake foul/coarse language
A. Memorize two or three ayahs of the Qu'ran daily
B. Perform the mid-morning (Duha) prayer consistently
C. Read 5-10 pages of the book of Allah daily
D. Make a habit of performing Nafl (voluntary) prayers consistently
E. Peform the Tahajjud prayer at least once a week
F. Read surahtul Kahf every single Friday
G. Make remembrance of Allah (dhikr) after every prayer
H. Fast at least one monday and one thursday a month
A. Memorize three to five Ayahs of the Qur'an daily
B. Perform Tahajjud prayer at least two times a week
C. Fast at least two mondays and thursdays a month
D. Ask Allah for forgiveness 100 times after every prayer.
E. Make Da'wah to someone you know
F. Let your beard grow/Observe permanent Hijab
G. Forgive someone who has wronged you
H. Establish a kind and gentle attitude
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10-01-2006, 11:14 AM
Mashaa Allah, this is a very interesting post. Jazak Allah khayran brother. May we all benefit from this and make use of this great holy month of Ramadan so we be granted taqwa inshaa AllahReply
10-13-2006, 02:05 PM
very informative post brother thank youReply
11-17-2006, 11:06 AM
I agree .... that was very informative . Thank you BrotherReply
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