Waking up in the middle of the night to pray may be considered the opposite of productivity. One might say, according to our limited logic, we will feel tired the next day and not be able to work properly.

This may be true, only if we understand the meaning of tahajud in a wrong way. I hope this article will be able to better explain the relationship between tahajud and productivity.

First, let’s remember that Allah encourages believers through many verses in the Qur’an to leave their beds before dawn and wake up praying. Allah instructed His Messenger at the beginning of his prophethood to spend at least half the night in prayer.

So read whatever you have been able to read from the Quran

God said: O people covered in blankets! Get Database up for the Tahajjud prayer at night, apart from a little time (which is inevitable to rest), That is half of the night, or a little less than that half, Or even more (a little) of it; and read the Quran with Tartil.

Surah Al-Muzammil verses 1-4 When the half-night prayer becomes difficult for Muslims, Allah makes the prayer time easier. His Word: Indeed, your Lord O Muhammad knows that you wake up (praying Tahajjud for less than two-thirds of the night.

Establish prayer and give zakat and give a loan to God as a good sincere loan


He knows that you will never be able to accurately BOLD Data calculate the amount of time, so He withdraws His previous order (by giving you ease; therefore read whatever is easy for you to read from the Qur’an (in prayer.

He also knows that there will be among you those who are sick; and others are those who travel on the face of the earth to seek sustenance from God’s bounty; and others are those who fight in the way of God defending His religion.

Whatever good you do as a supply for yourself, you will surely get a reward from the side of God,  as the best reward and the greatest reward. And ask God for forgiveness; Indeed, God is Forgiving, Merciful.

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