بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ
I. Life has come with an instruction manual.
II. Modesty and within sensible limits, approach only that which is permissible.
III. Islam has fundamental laws and not local laws, which people have made.
IV. Complete all that is obligatory and fulfil optional good as it benefits ourselves more than we could know or fathom.
V. Distance ourselves from that which is bad or that which leads us to bad as well as using our own intelligence to determine such.
VI. Take on the better, even if we are doing something bad, in hope to remove it all together.
VII. Indeed, avoiding major sins including associating, goes without saying.
VIII. The Lord is Most-Forgiving and perhaps may overlook our misdeeds whilst we were in ignorance.
IX. Constantly and sincerely asking for forgiveness.
X. We hear and obey should also be the mattered answered in respect to what Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) has asked of his (PBUH) companions.
XI. In the Qur’an, there are a tonne of examples, and remember Allah often, that you may be of the successful.
XII. As if we remember then we refer to the Book of guidance, knowingly that we would be helpless if we tried to guide ourselves.
XIII. The more love you give, the more you get given back, indeed that is more so Islam, remain positive, provide a good word and do not give up on anyone.
XIV. Sometimes, however, it is better to remain silent.
XV. Whatever we do, be sure it is of excellence and to always make sure it is in our best and true interest, therefore against not what we are trying to get, which is Heaven.
XVI. To some it sounds make believe, literally if we believe we will make it, wait and see.
XVII. It sounds very prominent and indeed it is, for if we truly knew at its proper extent.
XVIII. P.S, this is more pointed to myself as a list to remind me and whoever else, probably and possibly have missed out on a lot.
XIX. Being imperfectly perfect, how else could i help?