Once a person was reading a message and suddenly he said, “SUBHAN'ALLAAH”
He looked below
He continued reading, and said, “LA ILAAHA ILLA ALLAH”
He felt so good so he said, “ALLAAHU AKBAR”
He followed it up by saying,
And finally he read the name of the Prophet Muhammad and he followed it by saying,
By doing this he has already earned so much reward from ALLAH.
Do you know who that person was? It was YOU. Well done, ma'sha'Allah!
Share this lovely message, so the others will follow this too, and you will also earn another rewards, in’ sha’ Allah!!!

Narrated Abu Huraira (radi Allaahu anhu): Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) said,

“Whoever says, ‘Subhan Allah wa bihamdihi,’ 100 times a day, will be forgiven all his sins even if they were as much as the foam of the sea.”

[Bukhari Vol 8 Book 75, Hadith 414]

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According to research by David B. Larson, of the American National Health Research Center, and his team, comparisons of devout and non-religious Americans have given very surprising results. For instance, religious people suffer 60% less heart disease than those with little or no religious belief, the suicide rate among them is 100% lower, they suffer

 far lower levels of high blood pressure, and this ratio is 7:1 among smokers.

It was reported in one study published in the International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, an important scientific source in the world of medicine, that people who describe themselves as having no religious beliefs become ill more frequently and have shorter life spans. According to the results of the research, those with no beliefs are twice as likely to suffer stomach-intestine diseases than believers, and their mortality rate from respiratory diseases is 66% times higher than that of believers.
Secular psychologists tend to refer to similar figures as “psychological effects.” This means that belief raises peoples’ spirits, and this contributes to health. This explanation may indeed be reasonable, but a more striking conclusion emerges when the subject is examined. Belief in Allah is much stronger than any other psychological influence. The wide-ranging research into the connection between religious belief and physical health carried out by Dr. Herbert Benson of the Harvard Medical Faculty has produced surprising conclusions in this area. Despite not being a believer himself, Dr. Benson has concluded that worship and belief in Allah have a more positive effect on human health than that observed in anything else. Benson states that he has concluded that no belief provides as much mental peace as belief in Allah.

What is the reason for this connection between belief and the human soul and body? The conclusion reached by the secular researcher Benson is, in his own words, that the human body and mind are regulated to believe in Allah.

This fact, which the world of medicine has slowly begun to appreciate, is a secret revealed in the Qur'an in these words: “… Only in the remembrance of Allah can the heart find peace.” (Qur'an, 13:28) The reason why those who believe in Allah, who pray to and trust in Him, are psychologically and physically healthier is that they behave in accordance with the purpose of their creation. Philosophies and systems which contradict human creation always lead to pain and unhappiness.
Modern medicine is now tending towards the realization of this truth. As Patrick Glynn put it: “[S]cientific research in psychology over the past twenty-five years has demonstrated that,… religious belief is one of the most consistent correlates of overall mental health and happiness.”

►Reliance On Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala ( TAWAKKUL )

Relief from Worry and Anxiety:

The Prophet ﷺ said:

“Whoever is afflicted by worry, sorrow, sickness, or hardships and says: ‘Allaah is my Lord, and He has no partners (Allaahu Rabbi la shareeka lah),’ will have his difficulties removed.” 

(At-Tabaraani in Al-Kabeer; Saheeh Al-Jaami` (6040))

We were once in a time when we did not think anyone learned the Quran seeking anything but Allâh the Exalted, but now I fear there are men who learn it and intend the people and what they can get from them. So seek Allâh with your recitation and deeds. For verily, we used to know you when Allâh’s Messenger – Allâh’s peace and blessings be upon him – was amongst us, when revelation would descend and Allâh would tell us about you. As for today, Allâh’s Messenger – peace and blessings be upon him – has passed on, and the revelations has stopped; and I only know you as I say: whoever shows what is good, we love him for it and think good of him, and whoever shows what is evil, we hate him for it and suspect him. Your secret and private matters are between you and your Lord the Mighty and Majestic.
—  Umar ibn al Khattaab (Radi Allaahu ‘anhu) | Akhlâq Hamalat Al-Qur`ân article 26

Surah al Kahf is one of the renowned Surahs of Quran. Besides giving the message of Allah protecting those in miraculous ways who stick to righteousness and stay on the right path, the Surah also comes with a variety of virtues. It helps one expatiate from sins, gain blessings of Allah Almighty and prepare one’s self for the end of days.

The prophet Muhammad ﷺ (salla Allaahu ‘alayhi wa salaam) said: 

“Whoever reads Surah Al-Kahf on the day of Jumu’ah, will have a light that will shine from him from one Friday to the next.”

(Narrated by al-Haakim, 2/399; al-Bayhaqi, 3/249. It was classed as saheeh by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 6470)

click here to read it 

& here to listen to it (with arabic & english subtitles) 

Mu’aadh bin Jabal reported from the Messenger of Allaah (Sallalaahu Alaihi wa Sallam) that he said:

اتق الله حيثما كنت واتبع السيئة الحسنة تمحها، وخالق الناس بخلق حسن‏

Fear Allaah wheresoever you may be, and follow up an evil deed with a good deed, it will efface it (the evil deed). And deal with mankind with good manners.

—  At-Tirmidhee reported this Hadeeth as Hasan, Al-Hakim reports it in al-Mustadrak and states that it meets the condition of Bukhari and Muslim, Adhahabee agreed.

Having daughters is a blessing of which many people are unaware, because they are easy to raise, and because of the great reward that a person may gain through them.

The Prophet Muhammad (Salla’Allaahu Alayhi wa Salam) said: “Whoever takes care of two girls until they reach puberty, he and I will come like this on the Day of Resurrection” – and he held his two fingers together. Narrated by Muslim (2631).

If your intention is one of these three, do not seek knowledge: To shame the ignorant, or to argue with the Fuqahaa’ (scholars), or to cause people to turn their faces in your direction. Intend with your actions and words that which is with Allaah, for indeed that which is with Allaah shall remain and everything else shall perish.
—  The advice Ibn Mas'ud (Radi Allaahu ‘anhu) would give his students and advice we can all use, especially with our blogs.

Wake up at Night, Recite this Dhikr and seek Forgiveness

Narrated ‘Ubada bin As-Samit: The Prophet -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam-said:

“Whoever gets up at night and says: —

لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا اللَّهُ وَحْدَهُ لَا شَرِيكَ لَه،ُ لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الْحَمْد،ُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَيْءٍ قَدِيرٌ

سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ ، وَالْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ ، وَلَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا اللَّهُ ، وَاللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ ،وَ لَا حَوْلَ وَلَا قُوَّةَ إِلَّا بِاللَّهِ

‘There is none worthy of worship in truth except Allaah Alone, He has no partners, He has the Dominion and for Him is all praise, and He is capable of all things, praise is for Him, and Far is Allaah from imperfection, and There is none worthy of worship in truth except Allaah, and Allaah is the Greatest, there is no capability nor is there any power except with Allaah.

La ilaha ‘illa Allaahu wahdahu la shareeka lahu, lahul mulku wa lahul hamdu wa huwa ala kulli shayin qadeer Subhana allaahi, wal hamdu lillaahi, wa la illaah ila Allaah, wa Allaahu akbar, La hawla wa la quwwata illa billaa

Then he says : اللهمَ اغْفِرْلي O Allaah forgive me (Allaahumma aghfirlee), or he supplicates and his supplication is answered, and if he makes Wudu and prays then his prayer is accepted.

Sahih Bukhari Volume 2, Book 21, Number 253 : Prayer at Night (Tahajjud)

Translated by Muhsin Khan

Jibreel came to the Prophet Muhammad (Salla’Allaahu Alayhi wa Salam) and was crying. So the Prophet Muhammad (Salla’Allaahu Alayhi wa Salam) asked him, ‘What makes you cry?’ He said, “My eyes have not been dry since Allah created Jahannam, out of fear that I would disobey Him and He would throw me in it.”

[al-Bayhaqi in al-Shu'ab #915]

Verily, the creation of each of you is brought together in his mother’s womb for 40 days in the form of a seed. Then he becomes a clot of blood for the same amount of time, then a morsel of flesh for the same amount of time. Then an angel is sent to him and commanded with four things: (1) to record his sustenance, (2) his lifespan, (3) his actions, and (4) whether he will be miserable or happy.
—  Prophet Muhammad (sallah Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), narrated by Ibn Mas'ood (radi'Allaah 'anhu) | Saheeh al-Bukhaaree: Book of the Beginning of Creation (3208) & Saheeh Muslim: Book of Divine Pre-Decree (2643)

A great resource to help increase righteous acts, inshaa’Allaahu ta’aala.

Habit Tracker with Numbers

Habit Tracker without Numbers

Print a calendar per month and list tasks to complete. Here are some ideas:

  • Recite Soorah Mulk before sleeping.
  • Read morning & evening adhkar.
  • Read 10/20/30 minutes of Qur’aan.
  • Pray Salatul Duha
  • Pray the night prayer
  • Fast the sunnah days [13th, 14th and 15th of every Islamic Month].
  • Eat seven ajwa dates for breakfast [pick a sunnah food you like and try eating more of it, maybe?]

Once a task has been completed, cross off the day of the month it corresponds with.