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One of the reasons why people are not always able to translate their intentions into actions is that they haven't made a precise plan as to when, where and how they will implement their intention. For example, I may intend or be motivated to eat extra fruit and vegetables, but if i don't make a plan as to how to do so in advance, I will be less likely to carry out my intended behaviour. A strategy that can bridge the gap between motivation/intention (pre-doing) and behaviour (doing) is the Implementation Intention (II) in the form of 'If-then' plans. You link the 'If' (a situational cue) with
Sallam Alikum! Question: So I hear this a lot and I'm sure a lot of you have also heard it "It's the intention that counts" and I know and understand there is a ton of ahadith that say that intentions are more important than actions. I mostly hear this from non-hijabi Muslimat who say that they don't wear the hijab because it's their intention that matters. I never understood this. Or like if someone says I am a Muslim but I pray sometimes but it's the intention that matters? I don't know what I want to ask, but I don't get it. So I can take off the hijab and say "oh I'm not wearing b
So I have a female Muslim friend who is a white American. She told me that she performs salah TWICE each time. The first time in Arabic in order to fulfill the requirements of fiqh and the second time in English because Arabic is a second/foreign language to her. She says it is hard to focus on the MEANING of what she is doing when she performs salah in Arabic. Therefore she does it a second time in English so that she knows all that shen is saying. She says it has to do with her niyah. She wants to feel connected to Allah and to the word she is saying. She says it has more meaning for her wh
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