As-salam alaykum. Do you feel jealous or sad when seeing other Muslim brothers live happily than you? Then beware! Every Muslim is obliged to love for his brother what he loves for himself of good things, and to hate for his brother what he hates for himself of bad things. This does not mean that he cannot like for himself what he likes for others. If he sees that his brother has something that he does not, and he wishes that he had it too, this is ghibtah (envy that is free from malice); if he wishes that the blessing would be taken away from them, this is called hasad (destructive jealousy).
Today new task is to overcome jealousy because jealousy is a disease of the heart. In order to overcome jealousy, first of all, we must remember that it is Haram and it displeases Allah. A jealous person is a sick person and he/she must try to get rid of this sickness. One action that helps overcome jealousy is that if you feel jealous of some person, try to do good to that person, especially in the matter in which you feel jealous of him. For example if you feel jealous of a person’s good reputation, try to praise him more. If your jealousy tells you to harm some person or to wish him/her bad things, try to do good, show more kindness, give some gifts and try to make that person happy. It is not easy, but do this to please Allah. You will avoid a sin and at the same time make your heart healthy and happy.
Today Quran recitation: (2 ayah/day at minimum)
Surat Al-Baqarah (The Cow)
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم