One of the major elements of a Muslim conduct is the making of Dua or supplicating. Besides the general and major events like Eid, Funeral, Fasting, Marriage, etc, Islam stresses upon Muslims to supplicate for even the most trivial of matters. Therefore, practicing Muslims supplicate to Allah Almighty even for the simplest of matters in every day routine.
Although the ordinary tasks in the daily routine can be undertaken without supplication, supplicating shows the belief of a Muslim and represents the fact that even for the most trivial of things, a believer turns towards Allah Almighty for seeking His blessings and help.
How to Supplicate
When it comes to making Dua or supplication, there are a few things that a Muslim must keep in mind for better supplication. The first thing to keep in mind is the intent – the intention behind making Dua must be to invoke to Allah Almighty with utmost sincerity and purity of heart. The second thing that is not compulsory but should be remembered is that a person must memorize the Arabic version of the supplication so that it shows the true spirit of religious inclination. If you are someone who cannot read the Arabic or Quranic verses, you are recommended to learn it with the help of Professional Quran Tutors Online.
The objective of this post is to help Muslims in knowing about the daily Duas, which they must memorize and recite on daily basis related to particular actions, and activities. Proceed further to educate yourself with these supplications:
When In Anger:
In the stressful and highly competitive life of today, the one issue that almost every one of us faces pertaining to our conduct is anger. Everyone of us undergoes anger at one point or another during the day. The anger of ours leads to clouding our judgment and the consequent decisions we make end up hurting someone or making a decision that is a total loss. Therefore, for everyone in general and Muslims in particular, it is imperative to avoid anger, and one of the best way of doing so can be by reciting Dua. Pertaining to Dua for avoiding and controlling anger, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) told of the Dua in one of His hadith in the following way:
“If a person reads (this) when he is angry, then his anger shall go away.
اَعُوْذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيْطَانِ الرَّجِيْمِ
Transliteration – “A’oozu Bil’laahi Minash Shaitaanir Rajeem”
Translation– “I seek refuge in Al’laah from Shaitaan the cursed” [Tirmizi Shareef Vol.2 Pg.183].
From this hadith it becomes evident that being in the state of anger is being under the influence of Satan. Therefore, when it comes to avoiding Satan or controlling his induced temptations, there is no better refuge than Allah Almighty. Hence, whenever in anger, a Muslim must recite this Dua and seek the help of Allah Almighty