Your Daily Life (তোমার দৈনন্দিন জীবন)
Introduction: Our life is nothing but some total of moments. Our success depends on how we spent the moments of our life. Our life is short but we have many things to do during this short span of life. If a man makes the best use of time following a routine in his everyday life he is sure to prosper in life. A regulated and disciplined life is a blessing while a life without a timetable is like one who gropes in the darkness.
My daily life: I am a student. It is the sowing season of my life. So I must work regularly according to a timetable. Usually, I do not do anything out of my timetable. With going to and coming from Madrasah and with a lot of lessons I am quite busy the whole day.
In the morning: I get up from bed very early in the morning. I attend to the call of nature, brush my teeth, take ablution, and say my Fazar prayers before the sun rises. Then I go out for a walk in the open air. On returning I go into my reading room and learn my lessons. I keep myself busy learning my lesson for about two hours and a half in the morning. I have my breakfast at 8.30 am and do my homework for some time.
At madrasah: At 9:30 am. I take my bath and meal. I finish them by 10:00 am. I then start for my madrasah and reach there at 10:30 am. I sit on the first bench and listen to what my teachers say. I am never inattentive in my class.
During the tiffin period, I say my Zohar prayers with my teachers and other students at the mosque. Our madrasah breaks up at 4:00 pm. I come home directly after my madrasah hours without making any delay. I put my books on the table wash my hands and face and take my meal. I then say my Asar prayers.
In the evening: After saying my Asar prayers I merrily go out to play football and other outdoor games. I play there with my friends till sunset. I often take a walk by the riverside and enjoy the sunset scene.
At night: Just after sunset I come back home. I wash my body, take ablution, and then I say my 'Maghreb' prayers. I again go to my reading room and remain there for another three hours. I devote this time to reading books. Then I take my supper along with my brothers and sisters. I then walk for some time, hear the news at 11:00 pm and then go to bed after saying my Esha prayers.
Conclusion: This is the timetable that I usually follow in my daily life. There are slight changes in it on Fridays or on holidays and vacations. I think that without following a routine none can shine in life. It helps one in leading a life of discipline.