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4 Ways to Give Your Brain a New Quran Habit

4 Ways to Give Your Brain a New Quran Habit

Have you ever told yourself, I’m going to read at least half an hour of the Quran each day, only to find out your “Quran habit” didn’t stick? Motivation naturally decreases with time. Here the importance of habit comes in. Once your new habit is…

Make the Transition - 3 Habits to Build as a New Muslim-

Make the Transition - 3 Habits to Build as a New Muslim

My first year as a Muslim was the most difficult as I made countless mistakes and felt an intense nagging to simply give up. Yet time and time again, I addressed my concerns to Allah in each of my daily prayers and cried the tears of frustration…

Early to Rise - The Habit That Will Change Your Life

Early to Rise - The Habit That Will Change Your Life

To develop a habit you must start by something that you can retain your focus on. So, better start with praying Fajr and reciting 5-6 verses of Quran (for the beginners of course) and then build from there. Remember, Allah loves the deeds that are consistent, even if they are little.

4 Mental Blocks That Prevent Us From Reading Quran Daily

4 Mental Blocks That Prevent Us From Reading Quran Daily

If you’ve tried to make a habit of reading the Quran regularly, you’ll probably have experienced this. There are periods of time when you just don’t feel like doing it. It also happens to beginners of Quranic studies, be it tajweed or Arabic. Sometimes we can’t…

Don't Persist in Sin- Good Deeds Erase Bad Deeds

Don't Persist in Sin: Good Deeds Erase Bad Deeds

Now that we are on the road again to being the good believer God created us to be, we find ourselves contemplating, well, what next? The thought of doing a good deed might pop into our head from time to time, but due to our busy life…

Liars

How to Spot Professional Liars

Constantly lying can take a toll on our brain health, and even make us more susceptible to pathological lying. A study in Nature Neuroscience in 2016 found habitual lying can desensitize our brains from “feeling bad”. It may even encourage us to tell bigger lies in the future. The researchers found that when we lie for …

Make Your Habitual Acts Good Ones

Make Your Habitual Acts Good Ones

A habit is like a well-worn path made by pedestrians through the woods. Once a path is established, you will not easily be coaxed into taking another route unless your attention is drawn to a path that is clearly much shorter or more comfortable…

What is Quran Al-Fajr?

For This, We Should Recite the Quran at Fajr

The recitation of the Quran, the prayer that you attended in Fajr is witnessed. The questions is, it is witnessed by who? You know, that’s an hour of the day when most of people are asleep, so even if somebody is walking or driving to the prayer nobody sees them but Allah says that’s the time that is witnessed.

Personal Hygiene

Hygienic habits are intrinsically part of wudu, the ritual washing or ablution a Muslim performs before prayer. Without wudu a Muslim’s prayer is invalid. Wudu involves cleaning the hands, mouth, faces, and arms to the elbow, head, ears and feet. These basic hygiene practices are now known to be integral to good health.

6 Tips for Making Daily Prayer a Habit

At the end of the day, tick of which prayers you have successfully completed and which you missed. This will help you develop an understanding for which prayer time you struggle most with, as this can differ from person to person depending on their daily schedules.



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