Channel: Omer El-Hamdoon
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One of the things that is important for every person to try and identify is what are their life goals? What do they want to achieve? And obviously, this follows on from having intention, having a plan, understanding what you want and trying to optimize your potential. So you have to ask yourself, what do I want to achieve? What do I want to get in life, for the Muslim there is a bigger picture, no doubt to try and attain that agenda. But what you want to achieve in this life, you want to become a scientist, you want to become somebody who learns knowledge and teaches others you want to become somebody who invents something, somebody who achieves a new scientific invention or
whatever, it's very important to try and think about those things could also be financially motivated to try and achieve a large finance and to help others and, and so on, develop charities, establish a school, there's so many things to do. But it's important for us to put those life goals in writing and to think about how we can achieve them, and then to work towards achieving them. And while we're in Ramadan, especially in the last 10 days, it's very important to make focus on those things and to make them have an opportunity for us while we're more aware of our surroundings, to achieve what we can