What do you say when you hear good news in Islam?
- Copy. Share. On hearing good news – 1.
- الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ مَاشَاء اللَّهُ تبارک اللهُ
- Alhamdhulillahi Masha Allah Thabarak ‘Allah.
- All praise is to Allah, Just as Allah willed Blessed is Allah.
- At-Tirmidhi 1:233.
How do I become a responsible digital citizen?
How to be a safe and responsible digital citizen
- Be respectful – and expect respect. Respect for yourself and other people is important in all relationships, and it’s no different when you’re online.
- Protect your reputation.
- Protect your privacy.
- Watch your tone.
- Be sceptical.
Who according to you is a responsible citizen?
Responsible citizens A responsible citizen abides by all the law and order of the country. They are entitled to exercise all the fundamental rights and duties, such as casting a vote, paying government taxes and protecting the country from corruption.
How would you advise someone to be a responsible citizen?
Here’s a list of 10 things you can do right now to be a better citizen.
- Volunteer to be active in your community.
- Be honest and trustworthy.
- Follow rules and laws.
- Respect the rights of others.
- Be informed about the world around you.
- Respect the property of others.
- Be compassionate.
- Take responsibility for your actions.
How can I be a good person in society?
Life is a journey and becoming better every day is the goal.
- Compliment Yourself. Every morning before you go on with your daily routine, take a couple of minutes to give yourself a compliment.
- Don’t Make Excuses.
- Let Go of Anger.
- Practice Forgiveness.
- Be Honest and Direct.
- Be Helpful.
- Listen to Others.
- Act Locally.
How do you think positive?
How to think positive thoughts
- Focus on the good things. Challenging situations and obstacles are a part of life.
- Practice gratitude.
- Keep a gratitude journal.
- Open yourself up to humor.
- Spend time with positive people.
- Practice positive self-talk.
- Identify your areas of negativity.
- Start every day on a positive note.
What does Allah say about happiness?
“Allah has placed ease and happiness in certainty of faith and contentment. He has placed worry and misery in discontent and doubt.”
What is hope in Islam?
The Holy Qur’ān and medieval Islamic writings have many references to “hope” (rajā) and “fear” (khawf) as both single and paired concepts. Islam rejects excessive hope or excessive fear, describing both as a “pseudo”-type, which would respectively contribute to self-deceit and despair, and end in spiritual decline.