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Post by muslimah-mom-friend on Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:20 am

As-salaamu aleikum Dear Sisters,


Here are the day's tips from ProductiveMuslim.com:



Let’s start with today’s tip, actually I have 3 tips for you:


1. Purify your intention for fasting, make sure it’s purely for Allah’s sake.


2. Set multiple alarms for as late suhoor as possible – Not to be missed!


3. Book 1 to 2 x 30 minute slots of Quran Reading each day (you can add
more slots, but these should be your bare minimum for the day)

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Post by muslimah-mom-friend on Fri Aug 05, 2011 6:47 am

Today's tip from ProductiveMuslim:

Assalamu’alaikum,

Perhaps the most powerful realisation that a Muslim goes through during Ramadan is the understanding that his time, his prayers, his work, and his life belongs to Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) and should be directed to Him alone. As Prophet Ibraheem (peace be upon him) said:

‘Say: “Truly, my prayer and my service of sacrifice, my life and my death, are (all) for Allah, the Cherisher of the World’. (The Holy Quran, Surah Al-Anaam, Chapter #6, Verse #162)

Therefore, our productivity and efforts, should be directed to Him and to what He is pleased with. Sometimes we just do actions for the sake of it, and don’t really consider the intention behind it yet we know our actions are judged by the intention.

Next time, ask yourself before you embark on any productive activity, “Is this for Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) or not?”.

Have a ProductiveRamadan day!

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Post by muslimah-mom-friend on Sun Aug 14, 2011 1:56 pm

From ProductiveMuslim:

Assalamu’alaikum,

One of the biggest plagues of productivity is
inconsistency. We do one thing for a few days then we drop it when we
lose interest.

If you’ve been finding it hard lately to pick your
copy of Quran and read that one-Juz’, or to stand up for another 8 to
20 rak’aahs for taraweeh after Isha, or any other good deed you used to
do at the beginning of Ramadan then dropped it, then I’ve a simple and
practical advice for you:

JUST GET UP & DO IT!

Honestly,
if you take one small step towards the good deed then you’ll be a mile
off before you know it inshaAllah. Just pick up that Quran and read it.
Just stand up and pray those 2 rak'ahs, then the next one, and the next
one. Just drive to that local charity group and volunteer your time so
you are surrounded by other people doing good deeds.

Once you get into motion, your heart and mind will follow. You just have to make that first step!

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Post by muslimah-mom-friend on Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:39 am

From Productive Muslim:

Assalamu’alaikum,
In a couple days time, the last 10 nights of
Ramadan will begin. This is the time we’ll need to pull together all our
energies and all our productivity techniques to make sure we invest in
every moment of these last 10 nights to the best of our ability.

I invite you all to download our Ramadan taskinator today and start planning your last 10 days hour by hour http://bit.ly/taski-nator.
Ask yourself: ”If I knew which night amongst the 10 nights is
Laylut-Qadr (Night of Power) how would I spend that night?” then
replicate that ‘ideal’ night throughout the 10 nights or at least in the
odd nights.

May the most productive amongst you gain the highest rewards in these last nights and the reward of Laylatul-Qadr! Ameen.

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Post by muslimah-mom-friend on Wed Aug 24, 2011 6:59 am

From Productive Muslim:

Are You Tired but Happy? Smile

Assalamu’alaikum,

If you’ve been keeping up with a productive
Ramadan; doing your best to balance between spiritual productivity,
social productivity and physical productivity, you’ll probably be a bit
tired by now. The demands on your time are immense and you have to be
careful of every minute you spend (even your sleep hours is counted by
the minute!)

But honestly, aren’t you happy that you’re having a Productive Ramadan and hopeful that Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala) will accept?

Imagine
if you slept all day during Ramadan, and stayed all up night having fun
with friends and watching movies. Would you be as happy? Probably not.

Our
happiness and sadness is connected to how close we’re with Allah
(Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala). As human beings, we inherently feel happy when we
worship Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) no matter how tired we get,
similarly we’re ‘programmed’ to feel sadness when we’re far from Allah
no matter how relaxed we are.

So if you’re feeling a bit tired
and drained these days, feel happy that you’re doing your best, smile
and ask Allah to help you continue on His path!

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