Assalamu Alaykum Lovelies.
Hope everyone is having an awesome productive week.
Tomorrow is the big move and I’m so excited. It’s all finally coming together. Alhamdulillah and I couldn’t thank my Ami more. :*
Last weekend was so hectic for me and I really didn’t think I could have made it through between packing, birthdays and satisfying my customers through my catering business. but Alhamdulillah I did it. One word of advice I got from a close cousin a long time ago was “Just do it, don’t think about it, just do whatever it is you have to do, that way procrastination won’t take over” It’s so true. Now I have to take that advice this weekend to. Between moving and getting everything sorted I really wasn’t sure that I would be able to send out next weeks weekly menu to my customers because Im not sure if I’d be unpacked and able to cook for 4 of my dear customers of mine but I’m not going to think about it I’m just going to buckle down and get it done! Insha’Allah.
It’s all about time management and baraqah in our time. If we don’t have any Baraqah in our time we will not get a lot done and there’s no blessings. So what are some ways that we can earn baraqah in our time?
As Muslims we have an edge over others in that a strong connection with Allah can lead to grow gifts of having Baraqah (blessings) in ones time. We need to develop a strong relationship with Allah and formulate our life goals to be noble goals that are pleasing to Allah If our lives and goals are pleasing to Allah and he approves than we can expect His divine assistance in accomplishing them which includes Baraqah in our time.
Another factor that must be considered is Du’a. Du’a is a concept that many Musims under appreciate and don’t utilize enough. Allah tells us in the Qur’an “call on me I will answer you” Qur’an (40:60) and so we have direct access to Allah at all times and can call on him whenever we need him. Ask Allah for Baraqah in our time.
Insha’Allah I pray this post was a beneficial reminder and I pray Allah sends his Baraqah in all of our time. Ameen.
Until my next post,