Islam is not just a belief but a complete life system for the Muslim community. It includes practicing those habits that separate Muslims from others, distinguishing our religion as one with unmatchable faith.
That’s why it is essential for Muslim families, especially those living in Non-Muslim countries, to find the right ways of promoting an Islamic lifestyle at home.
That way, not only do we bring Barakah into our lives but also inspire others to do the same. Here are four tips that we can follow to encourage such a lifestyle at home:
1- Be More Active During Prayer Times
The first thing we can do is make a habit of observing Salah on time every day and engage in frequent recitation of the Holy Qur’an during prayer times.
When your family watches you doing Dhikr and consistently remembering Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala, they eventually follow your habits.
2- Let Your Trust In Allah (SWT) Inspire Others
When you have complete faith in Allah (SWT)’s plans, your trust in Him and confidence in yourself seep into all parts of your life.
This confidence motivates others to learn more about Islam, especially the little ones who look up to you.
3- Foster a Respective Culture Inspired By Islamic Teachings
There are rights and responsibilities associated with all relationships in Islam, be it between a wife and a husband, a parent and a child, or even among neighbors.
When you foster a respective culture in your family, inspiring others to fulfill their duties respectively, it automatically promotes an Islamic lifestyle at home.
4- Educate Your Family About Islamic Events
While Muslims must celebrate Eid and observe fasts in Ramadan, enunciating such Islamic events’ importance is just as essential. It’s when we know our traditions and obligations right that we understand how beautiful Islam is.
May Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala grant us the opportunity to become better Muslims, taking every day as an inspiration to do more for others while earning countless rewards that take us closer to Jannah. Ameen.
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