audit yourself

Day 4: Audit Yourself

It is attributed to Umar ibn al-Khattab said, “Take yourself to account before you are taken to account.” We all know that we will be asked about every single thing we did. audit yourself We all do things we are ashamed of, and sometimes the problem is that we don’t even notice them.

This Ramadan, try taking out some time to audit yourself. Find a quiet corner and sit down with a piece of paper. Think about what you did today. Where did you go? What did you look at? What things did you say? When you record good things, say Alhamdulillah, because we have been promised, “If you thank Me, I will increase you.” When you notice your faults, ask for forgiveness.

You’ll notice that you’ll wake up the next day with a mindful intentionality, that will help you get over your bad habits.

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"Whoever guides someone to goodness will have a similar reward"-- The Prophet (Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him)