Quiet Time in Islam #shorts

Muhammad Alshareef


Channel: Muhammad Alshareef

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The speaker discusses how people are focused on their breath and doing nothing while listening to recorded deeds. They express their desire to be quiet and not sit in a meeting for 15 minutes. They encourage others to practice these practices.

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Quiet time in Islam. So everywhere you go these days people are talking about, you know, getting focused on your breath, silencing the mind, being quiet, doing nothing and the power that that has, right, you hear that everywhere you go. Now I thought about this and I kind of said to myself, hey, you know what I want to do? I'm going to start doing like 15 minutes of quiet time every day. But I said, Where can I find that in my Deen? Where can I find that in Islam so that it doesn't have to be just something that I'm doing for myself, but it can actually be related to my team. So when I started thinking about this, I said, you know, quiet time is like when you're sitting and reading

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Quran for 15 minutes. So rather than me just sitting silently, why don't I open up the most half opened up the Quran and recite the Quran for 15 minutes, and then I thought to myself as well. We are highly encouraged to do