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Some people say “time is Money” while some say “time is Gold”. But in Islam Time is something more than money or Gold. Islam not only tells us the Importance of time but also guides us that what is the value of time for us. Allah the Almighty and His Messenger, Prophet Mohammad (SAW), tell us the value of time that why we should not waste it and how we can make use of our time wisely to increase our Eeman (Faith) and thus attain success in this world and the world hereafter.

Ibn Abbas narrated that Prophet Mohammad (SAW) said:

“There are two blessings which many people lose: (They are) health and free time for doing good.” (Bukhari 8/421)

The time which is given to us to stay in this world is to worship Allah apart from our worldly needs.

Allah makes this very clear in the Qur’an when He says:

I have only created Jinns and Men, that they may serve Me. No Sustenance do I require of them, nor do I require that they should feed Me. For Allah is He Who gives (all) Sustenance, Lord of Power, Steadfast (for ever).

Qur’an (51:56-58)

But celebrate the praises of thy Lord, and be of those who prostrate themselves in adoration. And serve thy Lord until there come unto thee the Hour that is certain (i.e., death).

Qur’an (15:98-99)

So dear brothers and sisters if you are keen to achieve the glory of Allah and bring happiness in this life and the life hereafter you should not waste your time in resting and playing but struggling to get huge rewards in less amount of time.


1. Recite Surah Fatiha

In one Minute you can recite the First Surah of Quran, Sura Al-Fatiha as there are countless benefits from reciting Surah Al Fatiha. Many scholars have stated that if you recite Surah e Fatiha you can attain about 1400 good deeds.

If you recite Surah Al Fatiha you can reap the many benefits like: your status will be altered as per the desire of the heart, your poverty will be removed, your diseases will be cured(in sha Allah) … and what not.

So Recite Surah Al Fatiha and reap your rewards!

2. Say Astaghfar

In one minute you can say Astaghfar for about 100 times or more. So sayAstaghfiru Allah which means I seek forgiveness of Allah.

3. Say Laa Ilaaha Illa Allah

In one minute you can say Laa ilaaha illa Allaah (There is no god but God, Muhammad is the messenger of God) for about 50 times.

These are the words of Tauheed (oneness of Alah). Whoever recite these word as last words it is by Allah that he will enter in paradise.

4. Say La Hawla Wa Laa QuwwataIllah BIllah’

You can say la hawla wa laa quwwata illa billaah (there is neither might nor power except by Allah) for more than 30 times in one minute and get the huge rewards.

It is narrated by Hazrat Abu Hurairah that holy prophet said:

“Oh Abu Hurairah Should I not indicate to you a treasure from the treasures of Jannah? You should say: ‘Laa Hawla Wa Laa Quwwata ilaa Billah wa Laa Malja’a wa laa manjaa illaa ilaihi’ (There is no ability to turn from disobedience nor power to carry out acts of obedience except with Allah. And there is no one protection from evil is sought from, nor one that grants salvation except him).

5. Say Subhaana Allahh, Wal Hamdu Lillah, Wa Laa Ilaaha Illa Allah, Wallah Akbar

You can say Subhaana Allah, wal hamdu lillaah, wa laa ilaaha illa Allah, wallaahu Akbar which means How perfect Allah is, all praise be to Allah, None has the right to be worshiped except Allah, and Allah is the greatest. In 1 minute, you can say the above for more than 10 times. It means that How perfect Allah is, all praise be to Allah, None has the right to be worshiped except Allah, and Allah is the greatest.

The Prophet (PBUH), said:

”If I were to say: ”Subhaana Allaah, wal hamdu lillaah, wa laa ilaaha illa Allah, wallaahu Akbar” it is better for me than the whole world.”


These words are the most beloved words to Allah, and the best of all speeches, and their weight on the scale of good deeds is very heavy, as reported in authentic narrations.

6. Say Alhamdulillah

In 1 minute, you can be grateful to Allah by saying Alhamdulilah more than 100 times for His each and every blessing on you.

You may do these deeds while doing house chores, working or driving. By making Dhikar of Allah a part of your everyday life you can attain happiness and overcome all your problems and hardships by the grace of Almighty Allah.

In the end we would like to request you to tell these deeds to your fellows as well as telling someone good deeds in also a cause of huge reward. We would also ask Allah to help us all in doing these small deeds to get huge rewards. May Allah Bless You all.


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