Dua For this world and the aakhira

Dua For this world and the aakhira In Arabic – 1

رَبَّنَآ اٰتِنَا فِي الدُّنْيَا حَسَنَةً وَّفِي الْاٰخِرَةِ حَسَـنَةً وَّقِنَا عَذَابَ النَّارِ

 

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Dua For this world and the aakhira In English Transcription – 1

Rabbanaaa Aatinaa Fiddunyaa H’asanata Wa Fil Aakhirati H’asanata Wa Qinaa A’d’aaban Naar

Dua For this world and the aakhira In English – 1

Our Lord! Give us in this world that which is good and in the Hereafter that which is good, and save us from the torment of the Fire!
Surah Al-Baqarah – 2:201

Dua For this world and the aakhira In Arabic – 2

رَبَّنَآ اٰتِنَا فِي الدُّنْيَا حَسَنَةً وَّفِي الْاٰخِرَةِ حَسَـنَةً وَّقِنَا عَذَابَ النَّارِ

Dua For this world and the aakhira In English Transcription – 2

Rabbanaaa Aatinaa Fiddunyaa H’asanata Wa Fil Aakhirati H’asanata Wa Qinaa A’d’aaban Naar

Dua For this world and the aakhira In English – 2

Our Lord, surely You will gather the people for a Day about which there is no doubt. Indeed, Allah does not fail in His promise.
Surah Al-Imran – 3:9

Many of us seem to spend an incredible amount of time and energy looking for the dream job. After all, a larger paycheck often results in a better car, a bigger house, and a higher social status. What do you want: Dunya or Akhirah?

But we are warned about this in the Qur’an:

“Rivalry in material increase distracts you (from the remembrance of Allah) until you come to the graves” (102: 1-2).

“Your goods and your children are only a trial, and Allah has a great reward with him.” (64:15).

Have you ever thought about the results of all your efforts?

“It will be, the day they see it, as if they had not stayed [in the world] except for an afternoon or a morning.” (79:46)

Sumptuous homes and whimsical vacations are temporary temporary solutions, while devoting time and effort to something that lasts an eternity makes more sense, does not it?

Have you ever stopped a minute and considered building a house in Jannah?

“Allah will build a house in Jannah for whoever will work to observe 12 sunnah rakat (as follows: 2 before Fajr, 4 rakat before and 2 after Dhur, 2 after the Maghrib and 2 after Ishaa).” (Tirmidhi)

Yet anxieties and anxieties so dominate our lives that many of us have missed some mandatory prayers for whatever reason. Have we forgotten our rendezvous with the Angel of Death? Our meeting with Allah?

We have the opportunity for the high posts of Jannah – to meet the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), to meet the blessed companions (May Allah be pleased with all) and especially to see Allah, the Most High! It seems incredible, is not it? Yet many of us choose not to fight for Jannah. We unfortunately became distracted and absorbed by this dunya and lost sight of our goal – to worship Allah – and our main purpose – the pleasure of Allah, then of Jannah.

“No, you prefer the life of this world, while the afterlife is better and what remains” (87: 16-17).

Indeed, the akhirah is better for us; we must use our time in this dunya to work on it.

So, why do we give priority to Dunya rather than Jannah?

The cool factor

Imagine being denied an eternal life of happiness because …

You neglect your prayers, afraid of not looking “cool” among peers
You choose not to live according to what the Qur’an says, fearing ridicule or poverty.
You do not wear the hijab and the jilbab because it is “old-fashioned”. Or in some societies, wear it only for fashion.
You spend hours listening to music or watching magazines filled with haram images
What do we do when we sit down and logically think about it? “Our souls are precious and can only be the price of paradise. Therefore, sell them only at this price. “

https://islamsciences.com/duas/dua-for-praising-allah/

The factor “no time”.

Our Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and the Sahaba (may Allah be pleased with all) were much more busy than us, but they never failed in their duty to worship and remember of Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta ‘ala).

The truth is that we are not busy, but rather we have forgotten our purpose and changed our priorities. The pleasures of this world are nothing compared to those of the hereafter, so why did we neglect or even abandon our primary duties?

If you find yourself constantly prioritizing the dunya rather than the Akhirah, it’s time to find a balance:

So you decided to want to be productive for the afterlife? Alhamdulillah, making this intention is the first step! If you breathe again, the doors of repentance are still open and it is not too late to reach Jannah.

The 5 best tips:

List your priorities and organize them accordingly
Use a calendar / agenda to organize your days
Plan your day around your prayers
Do as much as you can; make your prayers a priority!
Plan a realistic and practical moment
During this time, you will read the Qur’an every day (you can increase this number as you progress).
Use night hours
“Indeed, the hours of the night are more effective for competition [heart and language] and more appropriate for words. Indeed, for you, the day is a prolonged occupation. And remember the name of your Lord, and consecrate yourself to him with devotion [complete] “(73: 6-8).
Try to make sure that you give everything that suits you – your dignity, your health and your body, your sleep, your family, your job, and so on.
So what are you waiting for?

If you still breathe, then alhamdulillah, it’s not too late! Start now – review how to pray properly and establish your daily prayers, get in the habit of reading the Quran daily, then act on it, learn about the actions of the sunnah and the lessons of the life of the Prophet (peace be upon him). ). Use righteous deeds and do righteous deeds, and take consistent actions to improve yourself – you will enjoy exceptional productivity in this world and joy in the next Insha’Allah!

Remember that Jannah is not for 1 week or 100 years, it’s for eternity and comes with unlimited fun. Strive now!

“That day, the other faces will be happy. pleased with the effort they had made earlier (in the dunya) “. (88: 8-9)

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