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Deeds You Can Earn Easily

1. Earn a thousand good deeds in Minutes

The Prophet (‎ﷺ) said:

“Is anyone of you incapable of earning one thousand Hasanah (rewards) a day?”

Someone from the gathering asked, “How can anyone of us earn a thousand Hasanah?”

The Prophet (‎ﷺ) said:

“Glorify Allah a hundred times by just saying “Subhanallah” and Good deeds will be written for you, or a thousand sins will be wiped away.” (Muslim 4:2073)

2. A Date Palm planted in Paradise for the one who Recites this

Jaa’bir رضي الله عنه narrated that the Prophet (‎ﷺ) said:

“For the person who recites SUB-HAN’ALLAH HIL AZEEM WABI-HAM’DIHI, [Pure and perfect is Allah in his glory and praise], — A date palm will be planted for him in Paradise” (Tirmidhi)

3. One of the Rare Treasures of Paradise

Abu Dharr رضي الله عنه narrated that the Prophet (‎ﷺ) said:

“Should I not tell you of one treasure of the unlimited treasures of Paradise?”

I replied spontaneously “Oh Rasulallah (‎ﷺ) that would be an honour indeed!.” Rasulallah (‎ﷺ) said:

“That rare treasure is LAHAWLA WA LA QUWWATA ILLA BILLAH.” (“The strength to do good and to refrain from evil comes from the grace and mercy of Allah!”) (Ibn Majah)

4. Magnify one’s intention and get even MORE reward doing good deeds!

The Prophet (‎ﷺ) said:

“Deeds (their correctness and rewards) depend upon intentions, and every person gets but what he has intended.”

Ibn Al-Mubarak رضي الله عنه said: “May a small deed be magnified by the sincere intention; and may a great deed be diminished by the insincere intention”

If we do not correct our intention before doing a good act or deed then we will not get rewarded our deeds even if it is a great ones, while we can magnify our humble deeds by a sincere intention.

5. We will be with those whom we love even the Prophet (‎ﷺ)

Anas رضي الله عنه Quotes that someone asked our blessed and exalted Prophet (‎ﷺ), “When shall come the Day of Judgement?”

Our Prophet (‎ﷺ) asked him “What preparation have you made for the Day?” The man said, “Nothing, but I have a love for Allah and for His Messenger.” The Prophet (‎ﷺ) said, “You shall be (on that Day) with whom you love.”

Anas رضي الله عنه says that these words of the Prophet (‎ﷺ) so pleased us as nothing had ever done. He further said, “I have a great love for the Holy Prophet (‎ﷺ) and with Abu Bakr رضي الله عنه and Umar رضي الله عنه, and because of this love, I shall be in their company, even though my deeds are not equal to theirs.”

6. Love for the sake of Allah and be under his shade

One Hadith states,

“Allah shall ask on the Day of Judgement, ‘ Where are those who loved for the sake of my Greatness? Today when there is no shade save Mine, I shall have them in My Shade.’” (Sahih Muslim: Kitab al Birr wa al Silah)

Another tells us that,

“On the Day of Judgement, those who had a mutual love for the sake of Allah’s Greatness shall be on pulpits of light and all shall envy them.” (Jami’ Tirmidhi, Kitab al Zuhd)

7. Reward for giving Full salaam is 30 good deeds

Imran bin Husayn رضي الله عنه recounts that once he and others were in the presence of the Prophet (‎ﷺ) when a man came and said, “Assalamu alaikum”, to which the blessed Prophet (‎ﷺ) responded and said, “Ten” (i.e. the person who had greeted him had earned ten merits); then another man came and he ”Assalamu alaikum wa Rahmatullah”, to which the Prophet (‎ﷺ) responded and said “Twenty” (i.e. the person had earned twenty merits). Finally, a third man came and said “Assalamualaikum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatu”, to which the exalted Prophet (‎ﷺ) responded and said, “Thirty” (i.e. the person had earned thirty merits)

8. When entering one’s house greet with salaam even when entering an empty house

The Prophet (‎ﷺ) instructed his personal servant Anas رضي الله عنه as follows: “Oh son! When you enter (your) house, greet your family members; this act shall be of benefit for both you and your family members.” (Tirmidhi)

Even when entering an empty house one should greet with the intent that angels are being greeted.

9. Greet your Muslim brother whether you know them or not

The Prophet (‎ﷺ), was asked as to which actions are good for Muslims. Among the actions which he enumerated was this,

“You should greet people whether you know them or not.”

It is reported about Abdullah bin Omar that sometimes he went out of the house only to greet any Muslims he met and thus to increase his merit. (Muwatta ImamMalik)

10. Planting Trees is like giving Sadaqa and a means of great Reward

Planting plants and trees inappropriate places is an act of great merit

Anas رضي الله عنه has quoted that Prophet (‎ﷺ) said,

“A man plants a tree or sows a field and a man or bird eats from it, the tree or field becomes a source of sadaqah for him.” (Bukhari and Muslim)

11. Seeking forgiveness as much as possible everyday

The Prophet (‎ﷺ) was free of all sin, but even then he has said that,

“I beg for Allah’s forgiveness seventy times or more every day” (Bukhari)

The Prophet (‎ﷺ) said,

“Whosoever regularly seeks Allah’s pardon, Allah makes for him a way out of all tight corners, removes all his worries and grants him sustenance from sources he had never imagined.” (AbuDamd, Kitab-al-Satat, Bab-al-Istighfar)

12. Sending Darud and Peace on the blessed Prophet (‎ﷺ)

The Prophet (‎ﷺ) as saying that,

“One sent by my Sustainer came to me and told me that ‘Whoever from your Ummah sends Darud on you once ten good deeds are recorded on his behalf, his ten (minor) sins are pardoned and he is elevated by ten stages”

And Anas رضي الله عنه a companion, has said that the Prophet (‎ﷺ) said that,

“When my name is mentioned before anyone it is incumbent upon him to, send darud on me, and whosoever sends darud once, Allah sends His Mercy on him ten times."

The best Darud is that which we read towards the end of our Salah and the shortest is to say “Salallahu AlaihiWasallim”

13. Being kind to Parents is the best deed after Salat

It is narrated on the authority of Abdullah bin Mas’ud رضي الله عنه , who observed: “I asked Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) which deed was the best.” He (‎ﷺ) replied: ‘The Prayer at its appointed hour.’ I (again) asked: “Then what?” He (‎ﷺ) replied: ‘Kindness to the parents … (Sahih Muslim: 120)

14. Even Moving obstacles from peoples paths is a great reward

Abu Hurairra رضي الله عنه reported that the Prophet (‎ﷺ), said,

”A man passed by a fallen branch in the middle of the road and said, ‘By Allah, I will remove this from the path of the Muslims so that it does not inconvenience them’ and he was admitted into the Garden.” (Muslim)

15. Meet Your Brother with a happy face

Abu Dharr رضي الله عنه said, “The Prophet (‎ﷺ), told me,

‘Do not consider anything correct insignificant, even meeting your brother with a happy face.” (Muslim)

16. Always thank Allah for everything

A’ishah (Ra) said, I asked, “Messenger of Allah (ﷺ), why do you exert yourself so much while all your sins have been forgiven?” To this he (ﷺ) replied, “`A’ishah (Ra), should I not be a grateful servant of Allah?”


Anas bin Malik رضي الله عنه reported that the Prophet (‎ﷺ) said,

“Allah is pleased with His slave who says: `Al-hamdu lillah(praise be to Allah)’ when he takes a morsel of food and drinks a draught of water.” (Muslim)

17. Praising Allah upon Sneezing and its Response

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه has related a Prophet (ﷺ) saying,

“Allah likes sneezing and dislikes yawning. When anyone of you sneezes he should say “Alhamdulillah” and the hearer thereof should respond “Yarhamakullah” as it is a right of the one who sneezes.” (Sahih Bukhari)

18. Do so much Dhikr that people think you’re mad

Abu Saeed Khurdi رضي الله عنه also narrates that the Prophet (‎ﷺ) said,

“Engage in the Dhikr of Allah in such abundance that people comment that ‘you are insane.” (Ahmed, Abu Ya’la, Ibn Habbaan)

19. Remember Allah in the places where people don’t usually remember Allah

It is mentioned in Hadith that in a place where people are oblivious to Dhikr, remembrance of Allah is like being steadfast in Jihad, when others are running away.

20. Do Dhikr of Allah even if its on Comfortable beds

Abu Saeed Khudri رضي الله عنه narrates that the Prophet (‎ﷺ) said,

“There are many people reclining on comfortable beds and making the Dhikr of Allah on earth. Allah will grant them elevated ranks (in the Akhirah).” (Ibn Habbaan)

Those indulging in luxury should not abstain from Dhikrullah. They too should be constantly engaged in the remembrance of Allah whilst enjoying the comforts of the bounties which Allah has bestowed on them and Allah will give them elevated ranks in the hereafter.

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