Tag: Morning

Nytimes: How to manage your virus risk: “Morning: 3 steps for safe living”

The most effective public health messages don’t merely tell people what not to do. They also tell people what they can do with only a small amount of risk.
This sometimes feels counterintuitive, because it gives people permission to take some risks, rather than urging maximum safety all the time. In the long run, though, a more realistic approach is actually the safer one, many experts say….more:nytimes

Morning and Evening Du’as

Morning and Evening Duas with Arabic Text, English Translation, Transliteration and Audio Part1 Morning and Evening Duas with Arabic Text, English Translation, Transliteration and Audio Part 2

How to Make Getting Out of Bed in the Morning Easier

Getting out of bed is a hard enough as it is, so when it’s cold and dark outside, staying snuggled under a warm duvet seems like a far more inviting prospect.

Unfortunately though, for the majority of us hibernating throughout winter just isn’t an option as work and the dreaded school run waits for no man.

So, what can you do to prevent hitting that snooze button half a dozen times?…MORE:  independent.co.uk

Bukahri and Muslim: Abu Musa (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of Allah said, “He who The observes Al-Bardan (i.e., Fajr and `Asr prayers) will enter Jannah”. Commentary: It is a must for every Muslim to offer every Salat regularly but there are some prayers (Salat) which cannot be performed punctually unless one takes special care of them. This is the reason some additional merits have been mentioned in this Hadith so that people exercise extra effort for performing them. Of these two is the Fajr prayer, the performance of which is more difficult than the other prayers because it occurs at a time of rest and deep sleep. Similar is the case of `Asr prayer, the performance of which is difficult. Due to these reasons, special merits of these two prayers have been mentioned in this Hadith.

Hasten to Break the Iftaar

Abu Dharr reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “People will not cease to be upon goodness so long as they hasten to break their fasting ” (Sahih Muslim 1098)