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? A woman shared an exemplary point about her life at home:

? I have allotted a name to each room in my house.

? My living room has been named "Tahleel Room", so whenever I am in that room I continue to recite/read 'La Ilaha Illalah'

? I have named my Master Bedroom "Hamd Room". My Zikr is this room is 'Alhamdulillah'

? My children's bedroom is named "Tasbeeh Room" and I recite 'SubhanAllah' in that room

? My kitchen's name is "Astagfaar Room" so while cooking food I remember to read 'Astagfirullah'. Normally while cutting vegetables I continue to do Zikr which I believe adds to the taste and pleasure in my food.

? My drawing room is named "Salawaat Room".

? I read "Takbir" while watering plants and pots.

? To summarize, I am involved in Zikr in each corner of my house and this saves me from getting lethargic.

? This way I stay entertained at home and I don't feel tired. At the same time, my home is blessed and my heart is satisfied!

?? Let us all follow her example and make the air in our homes fresh and beautiful.

Via Shaykh Abdul Raheem

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