The Importance of Planning in Islam and precedents in the Prophetic Era
Planning deals with certain basic aspects, what to do, how to do, what would the source of doing under whose guidance it should be done etc. The Arabic word for planning is ‘Takhteet’. which according to Islam is one of the most significant factor for the success of a man in life. When a man does a proper planning before performing an action, he usually gets positive results. These results include time saving, convenience, well-crafted strategy and achievement of objectives. In this article the importance of planning in Islam has been discussed by focusing on Examples of planning in the era of Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Keywords: Takhteet, Planning, Islam, Hijra, Habsha, Jihad
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