Dua If you fall on hard times In Arabic – 1
أَنِّي مَسَّنِيَ الضُّرُّ وَأَنتَ أَرْحَمُ الرَّاحِمِينَ
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Dua If you fall on hard times In English Transcription – 1
Annee massaniya addurru waanta arhamuarrahimeen
Dua If you fall on hard times In English – 1
Indeed, adversity has touched me, and you are the Most Merciful of the merciful.
Surah Al-Anbiya – 21:83
Dua If you fall on hard times In Arabic – 2
لا إلهَ إلاّ اللّهُ وَاللّهُ أَكْبَـر، لا إلهَ إلاّ اللّهُ وحْـدَهُ , لا إلهَ إلاّ اللّهُ وحْـدَهُ لا شَريكَ لهُ، لا إلهَ إلاّ اللّهُ لهُ المُلكُ ولهُ الحَمْد، لا إلهَ إلاّ اللّهُ وَلا حَـوْلَ وَلا قُـوَّةَ إِلاّ بِالله
Dua If you fall on hard times In English Transcription – 2
Laa ‘ilaaha ‘illallaahu wallaahu ‘Akbar, laa ‘ilaaha ‘illallaahu wahdahu, laa ‘ilaaha ‘illallaahu wahdahu laa shareeka lahu, laa ‘ilaaha ‘illallaahu lahul-mulku wa lahul-hamdu, laa ‘ilaaha ‘illallaahu wa laa hawla wa laa quwwata ‘illaa billaah
Dua If you fall on hard times In English – 2
There is none worthy of worship but Allah, Allah is the Most Great. None has the right to be worshipped but Allah alone. None has the right to be worshipped but Allah alone, Who has no partner. There is none worthy of worship but Allah, His is the dominion and His is the praise. There is none worthy of worship but Allah, there is no power and no might but by Allah.
At-Tirmidhi: 3430, Ibn Majah: 3794
7 Things To-Do In Times of Hardship
Whenever a person faces difficulties, there are three scenarios.
In the first scenario, he / she abandons and moves away from the challenges or complains and blames those around him.
In the second case, they exchange time for prayer, family and quality time in general because they think that more money or more things will solve their problem.
However, in both cases, the person will fall into a depression, feel sad about his situation or feel helpless – this is because he disconnects from Allah subḥānahu wa ta’āla (glorified and exalted be- He) and the meaning and wisdom behind the trials.
They do not understand “why it happens to them” or “what they did to deserve that”. Fortunately, a productive Muslim has a third way of dealing with difficulties because his understanding of Barakah culture means that his outlook is different.
When a productive Muslim faces difficulties, he takes a step back from his difficult situation and thinks about it at a higher level.
For example, they remember that Barakah culture consists of getting more with less, rather than more, with more, to the point of exhaustion.
So, they withdraw from their life with all their worries, their anxieties, their problems and think about it under the angle Akhira (beyond). Then they ask themselves the following question: what does this mean in relation to the afterlife? What does it mean compared to eternity in Jannah?
One of the major misunderstandings we all have in this life is that if we do good, we should do it in this life and the afterlife. But that’s not entirely true. This life is not the one in which we will get justice. If that were the case, there would be no need for a day of judgment or Akhira.
There is always a duality in this life; good and bad, justice and injustice, mercy and oppression, love and hatred, truth and lies, etc.
Remember that your role in this life is to live your life according to how Allah subḥānahu wa ta’ala (be glorified and exalted) asks you, seeking His pleasure, avoiding His wrath. And Allah subḥānahu wa ta’la (glorified and exalted) promises you in many parts of the Qur’an, that if you do exactly that, he will give you a “good” life.
Allah subḥānahu wa ta’āla (may He be glorified and exalted) says in the Qur’an:
“Whoever practices righteousness, man or woman, and has faith, we will truly give him a new life, a good and pure life, and we will reward them according to the best of their deeds.
” (Surat Al-Nahl, verse 97) “Whoever is righteous and patient, Allah will never give up the reward of those who do well.
” (Surah Yousef, verse 90) In times of difficulty, it is essential to remember that there are effective ways to deal with all difficulties.
Here are 7 practical steps to help you face any difficult situation
Be sure to stick to prayer on time – 5 times a day. Never miss a Salah. Do your best to pray each Salah with sincerity, as if it were your last in this world. No amount of effort will ever make up for that!
2. Read the Quran
This Quran is so beautiful that no matter how difficult you are, you will find comfort.
3. Make Dua (supplication)
Simply speak directly to Allah from your heart through dua. Know that he hears you and reassures you. Do especially the dua to eliminate anxiety.
Give Sadaqah (charity)
Give a lot of charity as much as you can. This helps to overcome difficulties. If you can not give money, even kind words or a physical sadaqah will suffice (that is, help people physically or emotionally).
Set Goals and Have Vision
Do not let Shaytaan play with you and constantly repeat the video of your trials in your mind. Spend! Set new goals, new projects. Remember that you are with Allah subḥānahu wa ta’āla (glorified and exalted), so nothing should stop you!
Wake up Early
Wake up before fajr and work on your ideas and projects, or just read the Qur’an. Being busy before sunrise is a sure way to get out of your ordeal and meet the challenges. Get most of your ideas / work in these early hours. These are blessed hours. Do it conscientiously and sincerely for Allah subḥānahu wa ta’ala (may he be glorified and exalted), not to prove that you can “jostle”.
The difficulty is not lost. Do not forget that Allah subḥānahu wa ta’ala (may he be glorified and exalted) will never forget the injustice / difficulties you have faced, so do not worry about seeking revenge or try to get justice.
In the end, I pray that Allah subḥānahu wa ta’la (may he be glorified and exalted) suppress all your trials and tribulations, bless you all with a good life and help you remember him day and night , for “In truth, with the memory of Allah, hearts find rest”. (Surah Ar-Ra’d, verse 28)