Time Management Tips in islam

What Islam Teach about Time Management ? | One of the blessings that Allah SWT gives us is time. Allah SWT created time so that we can make the best use of it in the world for our provision in the hereafter.

Islam teaches us to always appreciate time by worshipping a lot and doing good &useful things.

Often we are caught by wasting time with bad or less useful activities.

the next thing you should pay attention to to time management is …

1. Do What’s Mandatory

manage your time
manage your time

As a Muslim must understand the mandatory things to do such as praying 5 times, reciting the Qur’an, fasting Ramadan, zakat, alms, and more.

Allah SWT likes those who always put what is an obligation as a Muslim.

If the obligatory practice has been carried out then afterwards perfect with the practices of sunnah so that our time is always a field of reward.

the next thing you should pay attention to to time management is …

2. Leave The Less/Unhelpful

Playing online games, watching tv or sleeping all day is definitely a waste of time.

As a Muslim it is advisable to leave things that are less or even unhelpful.

From Abu Hurairah radhiyallahu ‘anhu, from the Prophet (pbuh), he said: “Among the goodness of Islam one is to leave something unhelpful.” (HR. Tirmidhi)

the next thing you should pay attention to to time management is …

3. Keep Procrastinating Habits

manage your time
manage your time

There’s nothing guaranteed we can still stand up, still be able to walk, and do this-it’s tomorrow.

Don’t procrastinate about doing the practice. No one knows when Allah SWT will call His servants.

If that day comes, there is nothing that can be done to restore time.

Also Read : Allah Hates This 5 Things, Muslim Must Know!

4. Leave the Past and Focus on the Future

Fokus !!!
Fokus !!!

Bad habits, lazy traits, and unyielding nature in the past abandoned.

Time goes on, don’t let you get stuck in the past. Make better and targeted life planning in the future.

the final thing you should pay attention to to time management is…

5. Always Invite for Good

In (QS. Al-‘Asr verses 1-3) Allah SWT said: “For the sake of time. Except those who believe and do good deeds and exhort one another to patience.”

The loser is the one who does not believe. Nor does he invite others to do good.

and also one who does not advise others who are in a state of disso direction to do good things

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