Channel: Zohra Sarwari
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de la hora Monterrey, as salaam aleikum, wa Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh. My name is Torie. And today we'll be discussing a book that I've written called powerful time management skills for Muslims. This book was written really to help Muslims and meet their goals and deadlines, and achieve their dreams and goals, while not giving up their hereafter goals and dreams. And it's written from an Islamic perspective, there's lots of heads and verses of the Koran that talk about time and the importance of it, and how well we should use it. I've read many books on time management, I've gone to many classes and what was missing on the shelves was perspective for the Muslims themselves.
Because with the Muslim society, obviously the oma we have a little bit more on our daily tasks to do as far as the five pairs, reciting Quran, you know, and many other things that we should be doing. And so I kind of wrote this book in a way of how you can balance shutout Allah dunya and afra you know, your worldly affairs as well as not giving up your hereafter goals and dreams. And so I try to see how you can achieve both how you can go for both and shut off a lot by the will of God the great God the greatest
and make it happen. So I hope that you know you get a chance to see it again. It's called powerful time management skills for Muslims. And it is just it's a book ben shapiro will help many of you learned at all about time management but how to balance time as this because as a Muslim is like Allah Hi. salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.