Positivity in the Quran: 4 Brief Examples

downloadPositivity is about feeling thankful and focusing on the good. Here are 4 brief examples of how the Quran teaches positivity:

1. The Quran teaches that being thankful benefits YOU:

“…Whoever gives thanks benefits his own soul…” (Holy Quran 31:12)

2. The Quran encourages us to focus on the good:

When the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) experienced the tragic death of another child, Allah (swt) sent down a Quranic verse to console him with positivity:

“Indeed, We have granted you (O Muhammad), Al-Kawthar (a grand river in Paradise).” (108:1)

The Prophet (pbuh) was encouraged to focus on the positive during an immense loss.

3. The Quran teaches that problems are opportunities to learn:

The point of our growth in this world is to reflect and learn wisdom:

“It is He Who created you from dust, then from a drop of fluid, then from a tiny clinging form, then He brought you forth as infants, then He allowed you to reach maturity…so that you may reflect.” (40:67)

4. The Quran teaches you to look for the best in yourself, because Allah (swt) looks for the best in you:

“To whoever, male or female, does good deeds and has faith, We shall give a good life and reward them according to the best of their actions.” (16:97)

Allah (swt) will reward us according to the best of our deeds.

Focus on your positive qualities; nobody is perfect.

Let us follow the Holy Quran’s advice to be thankful, focus on the good, learn from experiences, and look for the best in ourselves.

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