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5 Time Management Tips from the Prophets (salallahu alayhi wasalam) Life

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  • Chained Rider
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    Originally posted by Silent being View Post
    Quitter.
    Subhanallah. I was down with the flu proly why I felt groggy and irritated the past few days. May Allah forgive.

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  • Silent being
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    Originally posted by Chained Rider View Post
    Tbf bieng an early riser ain't helping in the least bit. Seems to complicate issues further. Back to beauty sleep.
    Quitter.

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  • Chained Rider
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    Originally posted by Pink123 View Post
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    it's too cold in the morning :/ Any tips? I just can't seem to GET UP (of course I get up for Fajr but then I just go back to sleep)

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  • iRepIslam
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    5 Time Management Tips from the Prophet’s (salallahu alayhi wasalam) Life

    Jazakallah khayr

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  • Chained Rider
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    Originally posted by Lavender View Post
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    :jkk: brother. No. 5 is a very good one
    Yes. It is. Sorry. Couldn't reply earlier.

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  • Lavender
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    Originally posted by Aj2 View Post
    5 Time Management Tips from the Prophet’s (Pbuh) Life

    1. Be an Early Riser The Prophet said: “O Allah, bless my nation in their early mornings (i.e., what they do early in the morning).” [Ibn Majah]

    2. Schedule your day around the Five Daily Prayers

    3. Prioritize and Be Consistent

    4. Hasten in Doing Good

    5. Honoring the Time of Others.

    Read detailed article here. . http://islamicvoice.com/time-managem...ets-pbuh-life/
    :salams

    :jkk: brother. No. 5 is a very good one

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  • Aj2
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    Originally posted by Aj2 View Post
    Ummahites. See if you can check these 5 points in the list in your Personal Development Plan . If one of them is unchecked, single them out and focus on it for the entire month as habit forming takes time.

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  • Muz1234
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    Originally posted by Aj2 View Post
    Do we gotta pray on time? Lets say Ishak is at 8 pm, and Fajr is 6 am, is it not recommended, delay the Ishak, like, pray at 3 am, instead, of 9 pm or 10 pm.

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  • Serinity
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    Last edited by Serinity; 14-03-15, 10:07 PM.

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  • Al-Mualim
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  • Aj2
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    Originally posted by aj2 View Post
    5 time management tips from the prophet’s (pbuh) life

    1. Be an early riser the prophet said: “o allah, bless my nation in their early mornings (i.e., what they do early in the morning).” [ibn majah]

    2. Schedule your day around the five daily prayers

    3. Prioritize and be consistent

    4. Hasten in doing good

    5. Honoring the time of others.

    read detailed article here. . http://islamicvoice.com/time-managem...ets-pbuh-life/
    Be early risers, peeps.

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