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Now you understand why Allah (Almighty God) has given us

The Concept of Jannah?

"The ultimate reward for sabr (delayed Gratification) is Jannah"

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How To Achieve Delayed Gratification

The Stanford Marshmallow Experiment and the data collected following it prove that being able to delay gratification is a crucial life skill in order to be successful.

How to achieve it?

  • Think for a Long Term.
  • To-do list (on daily basis)


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The Art Of Delayed Gratification & The Self-Dicipline.

The Art Of Delayed Gratification & The Self-Dicipline.

Gratification: — A sense of reward or gain.

Instant Gratification — Immediate benefit or reward. Or Reward for the short term, Less rewarding (mostly painful and regretful) In a long term.

Delayed Gratification — Less rewarding (painf...


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“The ability to discipline yourself to delay gratification in the short term in order to enjoy greater rewards in the long term, is the indispensable prerequisite for success.”

"Discipline can seem like...



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The Importance of Self-Discipline

Choosing long-term benefits over short-term pleasure is at the heart of a self-disciplined lifestyle. You’re limiting your immediate pleasure in exchange for an even greater future pleasure.

In fact, delayed gratification is another way you can define self-discipline.


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Instant Vs Delayed Gratification.

Faced with a choice, Wake up now or snooze the alarm; have a healthy meal or order a quick junk food; make a conscious choice to drink a lot of water or leave it to your body to remind; prepare for tomorrow or rush later & so on.

We either opt for a thing which gives us quick result...


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The Marshmallow Experiment

A study conducted at Stanford University under psychologist Dr. Mishel in the 1960s explains a lot about why it’s beneficial to delay gratification. In the study, children were placed in a room with one marshmallow on a plate. The lead researcher gave the children an easy instruction: You...


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Allah Hu Akbar

Why we should always go for Delayed Gratification :)

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