Dua For thanking someone In Arabic
(جَزاكَ اللهُ خَـيْراً)
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Dua For thanking someone In English
May Allah reward you with good. At-Tirmidhi: 2035
As Muslims, it is our primary responsibility to thank Allah (SWT) for all of His blessings. It is consequently beneficial to understand shukr in greater depth. There are three levels of thanks or gratitude:
1- Shukr bil qalb: to recognise and appreciate all blessings from the heart.
2- Shukr bil lisaan: to express gratitude with the tongue.
3- Skukr bil jawarah: To express thanks by good deeds.
In other words, the first level is the feeling of appreciation and gratitude that we have in our hearts. Then, by our words, we reinforce our gratitude. The third stage is when we demonstrate via our actions that we are really grateful to Allah (SWT).
In Surah Rahman, Allah (SWT) asks us thirty-one times, “Which of your Lord’s favours would you deny?”. When we open the Quran, the first surah begins with Alhamdulillah, which translates as “all praise is for Allah (SWT).” In truth, the term Alhamdulillah is the kalima-e-shukr in our daily lives. As a result, when asked how we are, we respond with “Alhamdulillah.” When we wake up in the morning, we are encouraged to say, “All praise is for Allah (SWT) who gives us life after death and to whom we return”. We recite this du’a to thank Allah (SWT) for granting us another day to fight for beloved Akhira. The Quran reminds us that sleep is a transitory death since Allah (SWT) snatches our souls while we sleep. He then returns some of the souls while holding others according to His Will. Once a result, as we wake up, we must be grateful to Him.
When we conclude our meals, we should say, “All thanks to Allah SWT, who provides us with food and drink and converts us to Islam.” Here, we thank Him for all the blessings He has bestowed upon us. Similarly, we are instructed to recite Alhamdulillah after drinking water. This emphasises that if we follow the Quran and Sunnah, our entire life revolves on shukr.
In Surah Rahman, Allah (SWT) asks us thirty-one times, “Which of your Lord’s favours would you deny?” Allah (SWT) created us and then created this world for us. We benefit from all of His creations, including the sun, moon, clouds, rain, air, meadows, rivers, oceans, and numerous other natural wonders! With all of this luxury, how can a rational individual be anything but grateful to Allah? (SWT).
“The seven heavens and the earth, and those who dwell in them, give glory to Him,” Allah SWT tells us. There is nothing that is not praising Him, yet you cannot understand their praise. He is always patient and forgiving” (Quran, 17:44). Surprisingly, we humans are the only ones that neglect to thank Him. Allah (SWT) concludes the preceding verse by highlighting His forgiveness. Because of this, we are not penalised straight away. Rather, He allows us time to reflect on our errors and make reparations.
The Quran is replete with passages that encourage us to take the straight road, differentiating between truth and deceit. There are incentives for grateful servants and penalties for ungrateful humans. Allah (SWT) and His messengers reveal us the road of Ar-Rahman (The All-Merciful) and warn us to stay away from Shaitaan’s path. He has given us the ability to distinguish between right and wrong, therefore the choice is ours! Do we want to be among the righteous or the misguided?
Allah (SWT) asks us a simple question in surah Nisa: “Why should Allah punish you if you pay gratitude to Him and honestly believe in Him?” Allah is the recognizer [of all your good activities] and the knower [of all things] (Quran, 4:147). Allah (SWT) loves us more than our mother does. He sent 124,000 messengers and a plethora of holy writings to guide mankind. It is now our responsibility to understand and practise our religion. In the preceding verse, Allah (SWT) mentions shukr first, followed by eman. Similarly, the first surah of the Quran teaches us about shukr, while the second surah invites us to eman.
General Thank You Letter Samples and Writing Tips
Thank you letters, graciously and sincerely written, are essential in the business world. That a former boss provided you with a reference, that a professional contact recommended you to his employer, that a colleague helped you with a project or that a new potential boss came to interview you for a post, it is important to take the time to thank all those who help you in your career or job search.
Letters of thanks are a great way to express your appreciation for the help that people bring. However, they can also help you in different ways. A thank you letter can help you stay in touch with someone on your network. This can help you remind a hiring manager why you are suitable for a position. It can also show your supervisor that you are professional and polite.
Make sure you know what to say in your letter and if you want to send your note by e-mail, letter or card. Saying the right thing using the right format will impress your recipient and make them feel appreciated.
Email vs. Paper vs. Notecard Thank You
How do you receive your thank you letter? E-mail is a short time for business communication nowadays. If you quickly follow what you want, you must be sure that you have a job interview before you do it before making a decision – email is the way to go.
Printed thank you letters may be in the form of an informal handwritten note or a typed, formal letter. This way is the best of the world thank you. If you are sure that you have sent your thanks by mail, a written message that you have taken an extra step for you to appreciate your appreciation.
More traditional companies often prefer a handwritten letter or a handwritten note. To personalize, for example, if you have thanked your colleagues for years, consider a handwritten map.
What to Include in a Thank You Letter
No matter what form you use to send your thank you message, you should always include some components.
Address the person appropriately. At the beginning of the letter, address the person with an appropriate greeting, such as “Dear Mr. Name.” Or “Dear Name.” If you know her well, use her first name. Otherwise, address him as Mr., Mrs. or another appropriate title. Say thank you. Get to the point of your note quickly. Say the words “thank you” in the first sentence or two so that the person knows why you are writing. If you are sending an e-mail, also include the phrase “Thank you” in the subject line.
Give details. Make sure you specify what you say thank you. Go into details so that the person understands exactly what you are enjoying. For example, if you say thank you to someone who gave you advice, explain exactly what you found most useful. If you say thank you after a job interview, remind the person of a particular moment of the interview (or remind them why you are good at this job). A little detail shows the person what you really appreciate and why. Thank you again. Before signing, reiterate your appreciation. Approve. Use an appropriate closure, such as “Best” or “Sincerely”. Then finish with your signature (handwritten and typed if it is a letter, handwritten if it is a card and typed if it is an email).
Tips for Writing a Thank You Letter
Send it as soon as possible. Write and send your note as soon as possible. Do not wait to send your thanks, especially after a job interview. Do not send a thank you letter after an interview can hurt your chances of being hired.
Be positive but sincere. Express your gratitude, but do not excuse. People can say when a thank you note is not sincere. For example, if you thank an employer after quitting your job, you must express your thanks and focus on what you enjoyed working here. However, do not lie and do not say that you love everything if you do not really like it. Concentrate on the positive aspects, but do not lie.
Personalize each letter. Personalize each thank you letter you send. For example, if you send thank you notes to everyone you interviewed, add an item to each note about your specific conversation with each person. Do not copy and paste the same message for each person – this will seem insincere. Be brief.
Thank you notes should be short. Do not leave your note more than a few concise paragraphs. A word of thanks at the workplace must be professional. This means that it should be well written and error free. Review your letter carefully before sending it.
In the Quran, Allah reminds us that, “if ye are grateful, I will add more (favors) unto you…” (14:7). Interestingly, this applies to human beings as well. When we are grateful to others, they are more than willing to help us and do good for us. Think of that nice boss or co-worker who helped you move up in your career or that professor or teacher who went out of their way to help you with a difficult class. They helped you over an extended period of time and it’s likely you expressed your profuse thanks for their help.
Let’s stop practicing “auto pilot thanksgiving” and start expressing heartfelt thanks, to God and His Creation.
It is one small way we can not only reconnect with people beyond tweets and texts, but it will also deepen our relationship with Allah.