Introduction :
Praise be to Allah who has bestowed upon us the grace of Islam, and prayer and peace upon those whom Allah has sent with praise and warning, and a shining lamp for all people, His family and companions, followers, and who follow the followers to the Day of Judgment. 
The life of a Muslim man is characterized by an abundance of good deeds, legitimate worships that make the Muslim in worship continuous and turning his whole life into a good deed and a constant striving for God in all his affairs, without boredom or interruption. What is meant is that the life of a Muslim man must be all worship, obedience, and good deeds that bring him closer to Allah, and brings him to his great Creator in every aspect of his life and in every matter of his affairs.
Hence, the life of a Muslim man is hardly interrupted by the performance of a kind of worship that represents a comprehensive and integrated approach to life. For example, he is charged with five prayers divided between the hours of the day and the night, the Friday prayer once a week and the fasting of the month of Ramadan And fasting for three days of each month, and then comes the first ten days of the month of Dhu Al-Hijjah, so that the good work in it is a great acceptance of God Almighty.
And not only that; there is worship of Hajj and performing rituals, performing Umrah, fasting on the day of Arafa for non-Hajj, and fasting on the day of Ashura and the day before or after, in addition to the Zakat on those who have to, and urging charity and kindness, and the increase of volunteering in acts of worship, And the prohibition of vice by word or action or intention, to other kinds of acts of worship and colloquial and practical, which make the life of a Muslim a good life, full of continuous worship, and linked with it In a renewed permanent manner  confirmed by the right of God : { فَإِذَا فَرَغْتَ فَانْصَبْ } 
Hence, in the life of the Muslim, an annual calendar must be keen to seize it and increase the good by doing some of the legitimate worship, and maintain the deeds and good words that come close to God Almighty, and to face the conditions of life with the same good and honest determination.
There is a talk about the virtue of one of the seasons of good renewed in the life of the Muslim man in the following post, which is in the first ten days of the month of Dhu Al-Hijjah and its virtue and characteristics, and to indicate the types of worship and legitimate worship therein; in addition to some of the lessons learned from them.

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