Reciting various recommended adhkar (invocations of Allah) found in the Sunnah, as [authentically] narrated from the Prophet r, brings great, numerous benefits. Among the benefits, for example, but not limited to, is that this practice makes it easier for one to memorize a greater number of adhkar imparted from the Prophet r. Additionally, this practice will ward off any boredom one may feel due to repeating the same adhkar, as well as, reviving any invocations that may have been forgotten leading some people to deny [the availability of] such invocations, due to their lack of use.
How beautiful are the words Imam an-Nawawi stated, when he said, “Know that it is incumbent on those who acquire knowledge in some righteous deeds, to practice them even once so they may become among their people, and should never abandon these acts.
Diversifying the adhkar helps us feel (concentrate on) the salah and contemplate [the acts and positions] the salah entails. Sometimes, we use a certain dhikr (invocation of Allah I) [during the salah], and at other times, another. This will enable us to achieve khushu` and, as a result, act in accordance to the Prophet’s
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