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Reminder overload

Ramadan reminders are in full swing.

They help. They really do.

However, we need to set aside time for supplication, dhikr (remembrance of Allah), Quran reading and Salah (prayer). Going on a binge diet of reminders makes us *feel* good and productive, but really, we should be digesting each thing before moving on to the next.

I know, I know. The latest 2-minute clip from your favourite speaker! So tempting. Go ahead, watch it. This time, do something different: try writing down one point from the talk that you want to apply in your life. Collect the points from all the reminders you like in an MS Word file, on your phone, in a notebook. Use this compilation for reflection and motivation.

Really. The most ironic thing–even this post is a reminder!


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