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Beautify your akhlaq — don’t argue

A person may start to change quickly by doing or increasing certain acts such as salah or sadaqah. Or stopping certain things such as going to pubs or gambling.

The hard part is changing the akhlaq (manners) which have been ingrained by daily habits for years. He may continue to talk dirty, tell little lies, backbite, look down on others, argue, debate, etc.

A significant improvement to your akhlaq can be achieved by avoiding argument.

How?

Knowing and applying this hadith 1 would definitely help. Avoiding arguing with another person isn’t something that’s easy to do., especially when you’re in the right. Doing this is very commendable and a great reward (Paradise) awaits the doer.

Arguing with someone is a useless and risky thing. Win or lose, it only creates bad feelings between both sides, and this is a major cause of damaged relationship among people.

Just say what you want, and then keep quiet. If the other person responds negatively, just keep quiet. Have sabr.

So, avoid arguing. This is not an easy thing to do, but the reward is so great. Both in your Akhirah, as well as the Dunya now.

Wallahu A’lam

How to maximize what you get from your Quran reading

It’s a fact. Many people find reading the Quran rather dull. They’d instead open ‘Facebook’ or ‘Whatsapp’ and spend hours scrolling through their gadgets.

Don’t abandon the Quran2. Find the time to make it a part of your life. Let’s change our attitude towards Quran reading.

How?

Treat the Quran as a very much needed guidance for living successfully. Your interaction should be like a thirsty person trying to quench his thirst – somebody who really needs the wisdom given by the Quran.

Don’t act like you know it all! ‘Coz if you do, you may find yourself looking at your watch, wondering how much longer you have to read the Quran.

Adjust your attitude. At the start of your Quran reading ask Allah for help and guidance – you have a problem and you’re seeking a solution from the Quran. You could say, “O Allah, I need your help, give me guidance.”

Establish a PERSONAL relationship with the Quran. This is where you approach reading the Quran seeking answers to your everyday problems – issues with your family or workplace. This is different than having a relationship with the Quran that is merely academic (reasons for revelation, miracles, etc.) or spiritual (blessings, reward, etc.).

Wallahu A’lam.