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Easy Good Deeds

Taking the Revolution into Everyday

 Think of Allah before you take any action. Make duah before everything- sleeping,
eating, studying, driving...

 Read the Qur'an in Arabic and the meaning every day- take the time out of your busy
schedule to listen to Allah.

 Become a serious student of this Deen. Try to make it to the next Islamic class,
halaqah or meeting. Shock your friends, bring a notebook.

 Evaluate yourself daily before going bed. Thank Allah for good deeds, repent to Him
for your mistakes and sins.

 Avoid looking at unlawful pictures, whether they be from television, magazines, or


otherwise.

 Study the history of Islam. Learn of the great scholars and warriors who died with
Allah on their lips and Islam in their hearts. Strive to emulate them.

 Spend some time listening to recitation of the Quran. Find reciters that you like, try
Abu Bakr ash-Shaatri, al-Ghamdi, as-Sudais, al-Minshawi..

 Encourage your non-practicing friends to come to Islamic events.

 Hang out with other Muslims.

 Talk to your non-Muslim friends about Islam. Have you taken the time to explain the
basics to them?

 Go to at least one convention/conference/camp a year.

 Perform the sunnah and nawafil salahs as much as possible. Find time to pray extras,
such as Salatud-Duhaa, Qiyaamul-layl, and Tahajjud.

 Subscribe to a Muslim magazine.

 Buy Islamic gear instead of the latest Tommy Hil, CK, Nike, or Adidas...

 Take the time to understand what's going on in the Muslim world today. Do your part
to get involved and help relief organizations.

 Try to fast Mondays and Thursdays as of today.

 Lower your gaze.

 Start reading Qur'an after Salat-ul Fajr.

 Go to bed early so that you can wake up far Salat-ul Fajr.

 Keep yourself in a state of wudu' most of the time.


Easy Good Deeds
 Really listen to speakers. Take their advice to heart, commit yourself to change.

 Give yourself time alone, so that you can think about your life, your deeds, make
dhikr.

 Start giving sadaqah daily, no matter how little. Make it a habit like eating and
drinking.

 Spend more time reading Islamic books, especially the Seerah, Hadeeth, and Fiqh.

 Associate with knowledgeable people, hafidh, qari', and other ulama. You might learn
something.

 Try to learn how to make dawah to non-muslims. It is an art requiring knowledge and
diplomacy.

 Watch as little television as possible. Seriously.

 Go to the masjid.

 Don't criticize if you dislike something- do your part to change it.

 Stand up for right, forbid evil. Just say no to gheebah.

 Avoid eating too much. Do not eat unless you are hungry and try not to fill your
stomach

 If you like to listen to music, replace them with nasheed, music with islamic lyrics or
with Quranic recitation. (some examples: Whisper of Peace, Prayers of the Last
Prophet, MYNA raps: the Next Level)

 Buy Islamic videos, tapes, posters, books, clothes, support your Muslims brothers and
sisters and make Islam a part of every aspect of your life.

 If you meet any new Muslims, buddy up with them and make them feel like a part of
your community.

 Break out of your clique.

 Keep three extra Qur'an translations and some literature in your home at all times.
You never know when you'll find someone interested who wants to know more.