Manajemen Waktu Dalam Pandangan Islam

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Seorang muslim yang taat maka sudah selayaknya menjadikan hari-harinya  menjadi sesuatu yang memiliki kemanfaatan baik bagi dirinya maupun bagi orang lain. Agar tiap hari waktunya bermanfaat, maka selayaknya setiap muslim dapat mengatur waktunya dengan baik sehingga tidak terbuang sia-sia.

Allah banyak bersumpah dengan waktu. Tidak lain karena keagungan nikmat waktu dan begitu urgensinya dalam kehidupan anak manusia. Allah bersumpah dengan waktu dhuha, waktu malam, siang, dan bahkan dengan waktu itu sendiri. “Demi masa”. Rasulullah saw melarang kita mencaci waktu. Karena waktu adalah hamba Allah yang senantiasa tunduk dan berserah diri kepada-Nya. Maka atas perintah-Nya dia berlalu dan melaju bagaikan badai tanpa ada yang sanggup menghentikannya kecuali Allah yang maha perkasa. Beliau juga bersabda:

“Dua nikmat yang kebanyakan manusia tertipu darinya, yaitu kesehatan dan waktu luang. (Sahih Hadith)


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Beliau adalah Abu Sa’id al-Hasan bin Abil Hasan al-Bashri, salah satu imam tabi’in terkemuka yang ucapan hikmahnya menyerupai perkataan seorang nabi, seorang yang kafah dan rupawan yang telah menghabiskan seluruh umurnya untuk ilmu dan amal.

Nama ayah beliau adalah al-Yasar maula Zaid bin Tsabit radhiallahu ‘anhu sahabat pilihan dan penulis wahyu Rasulullah shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam. Sementara itu, ibu beliau adalah Khoiroh maula Ummul Mukminin Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anhu istri Rasulullah shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam.

Beliau lahir di masa Khalifah Umar bin Khaththab radhiallahu ‘anhu, tepatnya dua tahun terakhir beliau menjadi khalifah.

Kelahiran Hasan Al-Bashri sangat menggembirakan Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anha bahkan sang ibunda (Khoiroh) menyerahkan kepada Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anha untuk memberikan nama pada anaknya. Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anhu pun memberi nama dengan nama yang beliau senangi, al-Hasan. Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anha begitu sangat mencintai al-Hasan sehingga takala sang ibu keluar untuk memenuhi hajat ummul mukminin, maka beliaulah yang mengasuh, mendiamkan tangisnya bila ia menangis, bahkan ia menyusuinya. Karena besarnya kasih sayang Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anha kepada al-Hasan hingga air susunya keluar membasahi kerongkongannya sehingga Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anha menjadi ibu susuan al-Hasan setelah sebelumnya ia adalah ibu bagi seluruh kaum muslimin. Maka tinggallah ia di bawah kepengasuhannya.

Ummu Salamah radhiallahu ‘anha salah satu istri Rasulullah shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam yang paling banyak ilmunya dan paling banyak meriwayatkan hadis dari Rasulullah shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam, kurang lebih sebanyak 387 hadis telah ia hafal dari Rasulullah shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam. Beliau adalah seorang wanita yang mampu baca tulis sejak masa jahiliah sehingga al-Hasan kelak akan menjadi seorang pemuda yang gagah, rupawan, dan pemberani yang akan mewarisi warisan nubuwwah berupa ilmu dan amal.

Demikian pula kegembiraan itu tampak pada keluarga Zaid bin Tsabit radhiallahu ‘anhu karena al-Yasar adalah orang yang sangat ia cintai.

Setelah al-Hasan mencapai usia baligh, ia dan keluarganya pindah ke Bashrah sehingga ia dikenal sebagai al-Hasan al-Bashri.

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Prophet Muhammad SAW from Mecca, unified Arabia into a single religious polity under Islam faith. Believed by Muslims to be a prophet and messenger of God, Muhammad is almost universally considered by Muslims as the last prophet sent by God to mankind. While non-Muslims generally regard Muhammad as the founder of Islam, Muslims consider him to have restored the unaltered original monotheistic faith of Prophet Adam, Prophet Abraham, Prophet Moses, Prophet Jesus, and other prophets.

Born approximately in 570 CE in the Arabian city of Mecca, Prophet Muhammad SAW was orphaned at an early age; he was raised under the care of his paternal uncle Abu Talib. After his childhood Muhammad primarily worked as a merchant. Occasionally he would retreat to a cave in the mountains for several nights of seclusion and prayer; later, at age 40, he reported at this spot,that he was visited by Angel Gabriel (Jibril) and received his first revelation from God. Three years after this event prophet Muhammad SAW started preaching these revelations publicly, proclaiming that "God is One".

Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, is the man beloved by more than 1.2 billion Muslims.  He is the man who taught us patience in the face of adversity, and taught us to live in this world but seek eternal life in the hereafter.  It was to Prophet Muhammad that God revealed the Quran.  Along with this Book of guidance God sent Prophet Muhammad, whose behavior and high moral standards are an example to us all.  Prophet Muhammad’s life was the Quran.  He understood it, he loved it and he lived his life based on its standards.  He taught us to recite the Quran, to live by its principles and to love it.  When Muslims declare their faith in One God, they also declare their belief that Muhammad is the slave and final messenger of God. 

When a Muslim hears Muhammad’s name mentioned they ask God to send blessings upon him.  Prophet Muhammad was a man, a human being just like any other man, but it is his love for humanity that sets him apart.  Muslims love Prophet Muhammad, but it is his love for us, that makes him a man like no other.  He longed for Paradise not only for himself but also for all of us.  He wept tears not for himself but for his Ummah, and for humanity.  He was often heard to cry "O God, my Ummah, my Ummah".

Muslims do not worship Prophet Muhammad; they understand that he is only a man.  However, he is a man worthy of our utmost respect and love.  Prophet Muhammad loved humanity so much that he would weep out of fear for them.  He loved his Ummah with such deep and profound devotion that God remarked on the depth of his love for us in Quran.

Prophet Muhammad taught us to love God and to obey Him.  He taught us to be kind to each other, to respect our elders, and care for our children.  He taught us that it was better to give than to receive and that each human life is worthy of respect and dignity.  He taught us to love for our brothers and sisters what we love for ourselves.  Prophet Muhammad taught us that families and communities are essential, and he pointed out that individual rights although important are not more important than a stable, moral society.  Prophet Muhammad taught us that men and women are equal in the sight of God and that no one person is better then another except in respect to his or her piety and devotion to God.

Who is Prophet Muhammad SAW ?  Quite simply he is the man who will stand before God on the day of Requital and beg God to have mercy on us.  He will intercede for us. Muslims love him because he is the slave and messenger of God, he is a mercy to humankind and his gentleness, and devotion to humanity is unprecedented....

 Development carries the notion of enhancement of one’s capabilities and potentials.  It implies a forward movement from a given position to a position of greater achievement, opportunity and benefit.  In order to develop, individually or collectively, it is necessary to define the goals one wishes to achieve, factors that influence development, and the process of achieving the desired goals for development.  Each human being is born with some basic faculties.  How these faculties are molded depends on inherent capacities, nurturing environment and other external influences.

Islam places a great deal of emphasis on ‘self-development’ where an individual takes the responsibility for understanding the purpose of human life, and for shaping that life in the best possible manner, for one’s own benefit and the benefit of the society at large; Islam also provides comprehensive guidance to achieve this goal.

Human development consists of processes of growth and change that takes place from birth to the end of life.  The development process is externally influenced from sensory inputs through the organs, and it is internally self-propelled from things which happen within the human body and mind.  Our focus here is the development of the human mind, which takes place through sensory inputs and internal mental processes.  This development includes learning through the senses and cognition that occurs when learning is abstracted into knowledge for subsequent use.

Islam identifies two sources which play the roles of nurturing or corrupting human development.  Inspiration from divine guidance nurtures human development.  Not paying attention to divine guidance and succumbing to conspiracies, arising from within or externally from one’s environment, corrupts human development.

Inner peace (or peace of mind) refers to a state of being mentally and spiritually at peace, with enough knowledge and understanding to keep oneself strong in the face of discord or stress. Being "at peace" is considered by many to be healthy (homeostasis) and the opposite of being stressed or anxious. Peace of mind is generally associated with bliss, happiness and contentment.

Peace of mind, serenity, and calmness are descriptions of a disposition free from the effects of stress. In some cultures, inner peace is considered a state of consciousness or enlightenment that may be cultivated by various forms of training, such as prayer, meditation, T'ai Chi Ch'uan or yoga, for example. Many spiritual practices refer to this peace as an experience of knowing oneself.

People have difficulties embracing their inner spirituality because the everyday stressors get the best of them and finding peace and happiness in the little joys of life can seem like a lot of work, and results don’t seem all that gratifying. Achieving spirituality is a step-by-step process; there are ways through which you can get more spiritual every day.

Inner peace is the source of all peace. When a person is at harmony with himself, he is able to live in harmony with others. 

Allah says: “When you enter houses, greet yourselves with peace.” [Qur’an, 24:61] 

Believers recite the following words in all of their prayers: “Peace be upon us and upon Allah’s pious servants.” 

In the Qur’an, we encounter the word “self” being used in the context a group of people. Indeed, it is from the depths of the self that peace radiates forth. 

Inner peace requires that a person’s relationship with himself is clear, and that his goals and objectives are understood and at harmony with his inner being. Indeed, after knowledge of the Lord, the most important thing for a person to have knowledge of is knowledge of his self and how to perfect it and purify it. He needs to be sensitive to his own gifts and talents, aware of his weaknesses and strengths. Would he describe himself as patient or hasty, forthright or timid, tenacious or easily bored? A person needs to know the truth about himself so he can go make good progress in a direction where he can best capitalize on his strengths and potential. 

This does not mean that a person must explore the nature of his existence and of the human soul. Such knowledge is outside of our grasp except for what is revealed to us in the sacred texts. Allah says: “They ask you about the soul. Say: The soul is from the affair of my Lord, and you have not been given of knowledge save a little.” [Qur’an, 17: 85] 

At the same time, it is quite possible for a person to become acquainted with the dimensions of his personality, his latent talents, and his true nature. He can then use this knowledge to help him toward what is good and to safeguard him from misfortune.  Islamic Law takes a person’s nature into account and often legislates in accordance with it without blame or reproach. This applies even to the Prophets and Messengers when they acted according to their instincts and their natures, for they were human beings, no more and no less. 

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “We are more deserving of doubt than Abraham was when he said: ‘My Lord, show me how you resurrect the dead.’ And (Allah) said ‘Do you not believe?’ And he said: ‘Yes, but it is just to make my heart content.’ And may Allah have mercy on Lot, for he had betaken himself to a powerful support. Had I languished in prison as long as Joseph had, I would have complied with their demands.” 

Abraham (peace be upon him) had sought after knowledge and desired to be acquainted with the true nature of things. This was just to satisfy his natural, human curiosity. When Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “I would have complied with their demands” he was alluding to our natural, human love of liberty and freedom and our loathing of being confined and having our potentials held back, especially for a long period of time. 

Moses (peace be upon him) knew himself well, and he was frank about his feelings, speaking about them unequivocally and without shame. He spoke about his natural fears when he said: “And I had fled from you when I was afraid of you.” And: “Our Lord! Truly, we fear that he will fall upon us or transgress against us.” When a person knows himself in this way and accepts himself, it keeps him to what is within his natural capacity and his abilities and defines for him his goals so he can go forward with a clear vision.

The average human being in the developed world battles sadness and worry on a daily basis.  While the majority of the world’s population confront extreme poverty, famine, conflict and despair those of us privileged to lead relatively easy lives must tackle fear, stress, and anxiety.  Why are those of us blessed with riches beyond compare immersed in loneliness and desperation?  We are living in a time of confusion, we try as we might, yet gathering material possessions can do nothing to mend broken hearts, and shattered souls.

Now, more than at any other time in human kind’s history, stress, anxiety, and psychological problems are taking a tremendous toll on the human condition.  Religious beliefs should afford a sense of comfort however; it seems that 21st century man has lost the ability to connect to God.  Pondering the meaning of life no longer overcomes a feeling of abandonment.  This desire to acquire material possessions, which in some way validates our reason for being, has become the balm that soothes our troubled souls.  Why is this so?

We have the best of everything readily available, yet the reality is we have nothing.  Nothing that comforts the soul.  Beautiful furnishings do not hold our hand in the darkest night.  The latest entertainment centre does not wipe our tears or soothe our furrowed brow.  Those of us living with pain and grief, or afflicted with hardship feel abandoned.  We feel rudderless on an open sea.  Huge waves threaten to engulf us at any given moment.  Our desires and debts stand at the apex and loom over us, like great avenging angels, and we search for comfort in addictions and self-destructive behaviour.

How do we step away from the precipice?  In Islam, the answer is remarkably simple.  We turn back to our Creator.  God knows what is best for His creation.  He has complete knowledge of the human psyche.  He knows of the pain, the despair, and the sadness.  God is whom we are reaching for in the darkness.  When we put God back on our agenda, the pain will subside.

“Verily, in the remembrance of God do hearts find rest.” (Quran 13:28)

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