Beware of speech that if you are correct in, are not rewarded (for it), and if you are incorrect in, are sinful (for it). And it is your evil suspicion of your brother.

Bakr ibn ‘Abdillaah Al-Muzanee (d. 108 AH) (رحمه الله)

translated by: Abu Asiya Ilyas Aidarus al-Kanadee
Tahdeeb al-Tahdheeb of Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaanee


Ramadhaan Printables - Download Here (from Google Drive)

- Qur’aan Tracker: Actual printable is filled in with the chapters. Tick off the completed chapters as well as reading the translation.

- Fast Tracker: Keep note of completed fasts, more importantly those that were missed due to menstruation or illness etc.

- Habit Tracker: Make a list of tasks/habits you wish to complete and implement them over the 30 days of Ramadhaan e.g. Salatul Duha, clean-up after iftaar/dinner, read morning/evening adhkar etc.

- Meal Tracker: Keep a log of food & water intake throughout the week (especially helpful for those who struggle with timetabled eating).

- Calendar:  Several variations of calendars are available. Salah tracker and tick boxes to record fasts.

- Monthly Goals:  An alternative to the habit tracker allowing individuals to make note of one-off goals, as opposed to repetitive tasks.

May Allah allow these to be of benefit. Do notify me of any errors and I will rectify them, inshaa’Allaah.


Weekly Planner PDF (Download Here)


  • Track daily/weekly salah. Prayers completed and missed. 
  • Acts as a substitute for university/school timetables.
  • Encourages using salah times to organise your day. 

This printable is a trial, please do let me know where improvements can be made. Baarak’Allaahu feekum. More printables available here.

Amazing advice from Ibn Al-Qayyim رحمه الله

“A friend will not (literally) share your struggles, and a loved one cannot physically take away your pain, and a close one will not stay up the night on your behalf. So look after yourself, protect it, nurture it. Don’t give life’s events more than what they are really worth. 

Be certain that when you break, no one will heal you except you; and when you are defeated, no one will give you victory except your own determination. Your ability to stand up again and carry on is your responsibility.

Do not look for your self-worth in the eyes of people; look for your worth from within your conscious. If your conscious is at peace then you will ascend high, and if you truly know yourself then what is said about you won’t harm you.

Do not carry the worries of this life, because this is for Allah. And do not carry the worries of sustenance because it is from Allah. And do not carry the anxiety for the future because it is in the Hands of Allah.

Carry one thing:

How to Please Allah. Because if you please Him, He Pleases you, fulfils you and enriches you. Do not weep from a life that made your heart weep, just say “Oh Allah compensate me with good in this life and the hereafter”.

Sadness departs with a sajdah. Happiness comes with a sincere du'a. Allah does not forget the good you do, nor does He forget the good you did to others and the pain you relieved them from. Nor will He forget the eye which was about to cry but you made it laugh.

Live your life with this principle: Be good even if you don’t receive good, not because of other’s sake but because Allah loves the good doers".

"For the people of sins there are three great rivers..."

“For the people of sins there are three great rivers with which they purify themselves in this world and if these do not suffice in purifying them, then they are purified in the river of Hell-fire on the Day of Judgement:

I. A river of sincere repentance.

II. A river of good deeds that drowns the sins that surround it.

III. A river of great calamities (that befall the sinner) that expiate (his sins).

Therefore, when Allah intends good for His slave, He enters him into one of these three rivers, so he comes purified and cleansed on the Day of Judgement, not requiring the fourth purification.

And the fourth purification:

The river of Hell-fire on Yawm al-Qiyamah.

So swim in the river of repentance and doing good deeds and have patience in the river of calamities. And do not neglect these before a day comes when you will be drowned in the river of Hell-fire whose fuel is men and stones.”

Madaarij as-Saalikeen 1/312, Ibn al-Qayyim