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  How does Quran & Sunnah Describe Time? (Part 1)

How does Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala) and Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) describe time in the Quran and Sunnah? And what does this mean for the way we approach time.

In this introductory video, we go through some of the verses from the Quran and sayings of the Prophet that helps shapes and re-think the way we perceive and describe time. This will set the tone for the rest of the class inshaAllah.

18 comments
halima hashi abdi
Masha Allah I do agree that when you put your trust in Allah things fall into place and time can be manageable, But my question is if in case am working for an organization where there is no proper delegations of work and your required to be in office the whole day I feel am wasting alot of time what should I do
Abdulrahman Haji Kijimbi
Masha Allah Tabaarak Allah, it's very nice
Natasha kitto
Asalaamoalikum. It's very nice alhumdulilah. I'm a bit confused with planning to do something for a particular and focusing on that only with barakah in the time we are given.

Let me explain, as mentioned in previous talks, to focus one must declutter the mind and not choose to do too many things or say yes to everything. But I feel like time is different for everybody and that Allah can make you do a lot in time if He wants, so planing is sometimes frustrating because we put a limit to what we think we can do. I'm not saying planning is wrong it's just that I can not fully commit to it for this reason and that it takes time to plan too. Maybe I'm missing something.
Muhammad Ameen
Ma Sha Allah...
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jazakum Allah.
its nice.
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jazakum Allah.
its nice.
Qaanita Razeek
Short, precise and to the point. Alhamdulillah. Jazakhallah Khairan Kaseeran.
Mohammed Faris
Thank you :) JazakiAllah khair :)
Faisal Waqar Ali
Dear Brother Faris

Despite having done time management courses (timelenders) and wanting to make every second worthy, I waste a lot of time daily on my smartphone or just being lazy. staying up late at night and wasting time on the mobile and then waking late in the morning and not being fresh during the day. etc etc
would be highly obliged if you sort of help me out in valuing every second of my time.
Mohammed Faris
Dear Faisal - you need to have a compelling vision that makes you want to not waste any second. If you don't have that vision, then you easily fall back to old habits and routines that don't add value to your life. Please do our Life Goals class to get an idea on what vision you can set for your life. Thank you!
Halimah Bello
Maa shaa Allah tabaarak Allah

I really enjoyed the video, I love the focus on Quran and sunnah, plenty of ayaat to reflect on especially in the context of the last few weeks of 2016.

Also liking the quiz feature.

Jazaakum Allahu khayran Productive Muslim Team
Mohammed Faris
Hamdulillah -thank you for the feedback!
ABDULLAHI SADARE
mashaAllah
md saif abdullah
A very informative and inspiring lecture,Jazakallahu fi khaire.
Mohammed Faris
Alhamdulillah :)
Tika
MasyaAllah...baarokaallahu fiik
Aya Soliman Bokharobah
Beautifully explained :)
Mohammed Faris
Alhamdulillah :) Thanks for the feedback!