If you’re the type that has trouble getting up for – AND STAYING UP AFTER – fajr, read these articles. Once again, science and research support islam (wow, what a surprise. not). Remember, it’s part of the sunnah to stay up after fajr!
How to become an early-riser part I
How to become an early-riser part II
So I clicked on that little photo to see it bigger…and it took me a not so halal looking site…just so you are aware.
On a side note – Pavalina has a lot of other interesting stuff that is useful in those trying to restructure their daily routines or reading books and lots of other stuff and are having trouble.
wa alaykum as salaam,
so much for google searches…thank you for letting me know.
please forgive me, for anyone who came across it…
That was so beneficial alhamdulillah!
I’m nocturnal and I hate it.
I have a few days before school starts…I’m gonna take the advice iA.
There’s definitely a lot of barakah in your time when you stay up after fajr, subhanAllah.
And as bro. Yaser said, I found a lot of other cool posts on the site. Jazakillah khair for sharing!:) Check out the one on polyphasic sleeping. So cool! He also convinced me to give up my coffee addiction, it’s so true what he said–ur mind races and it’s hard to focus on the task at hand (Explains my extreme ADD) AND when I don’t drink coffee…i DO get mad body aches. I just realized that. That’s soo bad. lol. He called it a drug that’s easily accessible and socially acceptable, but a drug nonetheless. (sigh) His site’s like a how-to manual to fix your life. Something i definitely need lol.
I shall now pass this on to my fellow fail-at-life-ers.
You are NOT a “fail-at-lifer” my dear Doa… don’t ever let me hear you say that again!
I’m glad it helped, I definately benefited as well alhamdulillah – esp since we have alllll this time to keep ourselves busy when we stay up 🙂
I’m still working on the coffee ‘addiction’ hahah 😉