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Ramadan 21





Good Deeds/Sadaqah


Today's Quote:

Narrated Abu Hurayrah (radia Allahu anhu) The Messenger of Allah (salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam) said: "Every part of a person's body must perform a charity every day the sun comes up: to act justly between two people is a charity; to help a man with his mount, lifting him onto it or hoisting his belongings onto it is a charity; a good word is a charity; and removing a harmful thing from the road is a charity"

(Bukhari & Muslim)




To review/learn ways to perform good deeds to increase our ibadah


Activity 1:


Learn about some types of good deeds from the following collection of ahadith at:


From the reading, list as many good deeds and acts of sadaqah that you can find.

Using your list, make a poster to remind you. You can use the

Good Deeds & Sadaqah Poster Starter for your poster.


Activity 2:

 Why should we give sadaqa?

Read about the merits (benefits) of giving sadaqa from the Quraan and ahadith:

a. Rewards (e.g. 57:18); Compete in giving sadaqa: (5:48)

b.      We are encouraged to give sadaqa: Muslim 2174, 2178

c.      He who spends, he who withholds (reward vs. penalty, Muslim #2205-2210)

d.      Protection from hellfire (Muslim #2215)

You can view these ahadith online at: Saheeh Muslim, Book of Zakah


Activity 3:

                 To whom should we give Sadaqa to?

Read about those whom we should give sadaqah to:

a.      family (Muslim #2180-2182; 2183, 2185-2195)

b.      to the poor (Quran: 3:273, 9:60,  Muslim #2261)

c.      even to those who are undeserving (Muslim #2230)

You can view these ahadith online at: Saheeh Muslim, Book of Zakah


Activity 4:

           How should we give sadaqa?

a.      Cheerfully (Muslim #2330)

b.      Without causing damage to ourselves, our family

c.      Without reminders or insult or injury (2:264)

d.      Concealing (not showing off) 2:270, 2:274

f.       give two of a thing (Muslim #2239)


You can view these ahadith online at: Saheeh Muslim, Book of Zakah


Activity 5:


If you do not already have one, make and decorate a sadaqa money jar or sadaqa box.


Simple Jar Decorating Craft from:




Empty glass jars make great containers for holding all kinds of things: penny collections, marbles, pencils and other collectibles.


What you need:  Empty jar(s)

 Tissue paper, fancy napkins or wrapping paper



 Small charms or jewels. (optional)

 Sparkles (optional)




What you do:


1. Wash and dry an empty glass jar.


2. Tear the tissue paper, napkins or wrapping paper into small pieces.


3. Hold the paper on the jar and use a paintbrush to apply glue on the paper, make sure to brush the glue onto to jar too, so the paper will stick. Continue working in this fashion until the jar is completely decorated.


4. If you want to add sparkles, cover sections of the jar with glue (on top of the paper) and apply the sparkles.


5. Allow to dry.


Collect money and items throughout the year in the box or jar and give regularly to those in need.

But remember, from our quote of today that you can and should give sadaqa at any time.


Activity 6:


Ramadan 21


Activity 7:

Copy today's quote neatly.




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Sunday, January 21, 2007






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