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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 17th April 2022 19:39
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InshaAllah I will do.

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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 20th April 2022 07:16
TIP 14: Grab what you can for just 30 days!!!

Imagine you were given an opportunity to go through a huge shopping centre and grab whatever goods you wanted for a whole 30 days.

You can grab whatever goods you like for it is a free for all. People would go crazy to get such an amazing opportunity. Think about it a free shopping spree grabbing everything you can for a whole 30 days.

This same analogy applies to the blessed month of Ramadan. We have a once in a year opportunity for just 30 days to grab as many HUGE rewards as possible and best of all an opportunity to please Allah and get closer to him. This is the time of the year where all of this is made easier for us!

The Special offers are:

EVERY Nafil prayer rewarded like a Fard prayer!!!

Every Fard prayer rewarded like 70 fard prayers!!!

Every letter of the Qur'an rewarded a minimum of 100 good deeds and double for those who struggle reciting who get minimum of 200 for each letter!!!

EVERY good deed multiplied by 10!

So come on GRAB as many good deeds as you can before its too late. This may be your last chance to ever experience this blessed month for you may not be alive next year to benefit from these special offers ever again!

Surely on the day of judgement we will BEG each other for just one good deed but we won't get any because we will all be in need on that day. So grab what you can now before its too late!!!
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 20th April 2022 07:28
TIP 15: Organizing our time


A Muslim should learn how to organize their time, and make a realistic plan for their worldly and religious duties, without any of them overlapping the other. That is to say that one should know how to arrange one's priorities: the most important and the most urgent comes first, and carried out according to schedule. Organizing time also includes leaving a place for relaxation and entertainment.

One of the methods of managing our time properly is for a Muslim to get up early and sleep early, for early hours always yield great blessings. Starting our day with prayer and the supplication of the morning brings the Muslim Allah's grace. A Muslim should always bear in mind that every time has its own task that suits it. Doing tasks in their due times brings about peace of mind and comfort.

Verily, time is very important for our success both in this temporary world and the eternal world to come. If we waste time, if we abuse it, then we waste and abuse our lives. In the Life Hereafter we will be among the losers, who will suffer the torments in the Hell Fire, if Allah the Almighty will not forgive us. Therefore, if we really give value to our lives then, we must give due value to the importance of time.

There is NO time that a Muslim should try and make the best of than in the blessed month of Ramadan. This month is a mercy for us and it is a time of the year like no other. So special significance must be placed especially in this month to make the best use of our time and for us to organize our schedules and days so that we acheive as much as possible spiritually doing everything we can to please Allah and refraining from anything which angers and displeases him.

Once we have gained the habit of making good use of our time we must NEVER let go of it and carry this habit with us until our last breath because we do not know when our appointed time will come.
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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 20th April 2022 07:30
Tip 16: Had a bad day of not doing much worship:


If you have had a bad day today where you have not read much Qur’an or done much dhikr etc. then do not let it put you off or let it ruin the rest of the evening or following days worship. Just pick yourself up and carry on. Do not let the time we have wasted make us waste even more time.

The main thing is not to overwhelm ourselves but also not to underwhelm ourselves. So we should strike the right balance so that we can continue doing a good amount of good deeds daily. But what we must never do is let our lack lustre performance with regards to worship deter or stop us from improving and progressing. We must keep striving and keeping in mind the blessings of this month.

We must also try our best to imprint, internalise and always keeping in our minds the following:

“I cannot afford to waste a second of this blessed month and that I must say and do everything that will please Allah and that will benefit me in this world and the next and that I must leave anything which may anger or displease Allah and may harm me and not benefit you in this world or the next.”

Write it down somewhere where you think you will be able to keep referring to it. Even print it out and hang it up. This should be the way we live each and every second of our lives.

If we lived with this concept then surely we will be successful inshallah!
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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 20th April 2022 07:30
Tip 17: Have a fresh start for the last 10 days of Ramadan and prepare to change your life forever!


Do you feel that you have not made the best of Ramadan so far? Do you feel down thinking that Ramadan is almost over and you feel as though you hav not gained much from it like you expected to or wanted to and that you could have done so much more.

Well all is not lost as the best is still to come and you can still redeem yourself in the most blessed days of Ramadan which are the last 10 days and nights of Ramadan!

The opportunity to make positive changes to our lives:

We can still change our lives for the better forever during these blessed days and nights. Within the nights of the last ten nights of Ramadan there is a night better than 83 years of worship and it is a night where we can gain an entire lifetime of forgiveness.

The reason why Allah has made the night so ambiguous is so that we can search for it. When i say search for it i mean so that we can worship as much as possible in the last ten days and nights.

So this is our opportunity to redeem ourselves this Ramadan. This is our opportunity to gain MORE THAN A LIFETIME of worship reward in just one night. This is an opportunity to have ALL of our vast sins wiped out in just a single night. This is an opportunity for us to change our lives for the better forever. But it is not enough to just grab the immense rewards available to us and not change ourselves or strive to go towards Allah.

This is a unique and special opportunity for us to beg of Allah, cry to him and ask of him to forgive us and enable us to get closer to him and for us to fulfill our obligations unto him. If we do not pray then this is our chance to begin. If we are far away from our deen and from Allah then this is our chance to get closer to our deen and closer to Allah.

If we are not working and investing in the hereafter then this is our opportunity to work for and invest in the hereafter.

If we do not grab this opportunity now to make the necessery changes and we were to die then what will we answer to Allah? He gave us SO many opportunities to change yet we did not take heed.

We may NEVER get this opportunity again! Therefore we MUST make these changes now for tomorrow may never come and surely we will be of those who will ask of Allah for one more chance but by then it would have been too late! We do not want to be of the regretful ones. The losers of the next world or chased this world but got nothing from it nor did we get nothing in the Hereafter.

The nights are short so beware and do not to let the nights pass without making the best of them for they will pass very quickly!

So let us prepare ourselves for the best days and nights of this month where we can still redeem ourselves and change our lives FOREVER!
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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 20th April 2022 07:32
Tip 18 - Productivity tips regarding how to maximize recitation of the Qur'an during this blessed month:


Ramadan is the month of the Qur'an so we should do our utmost to recite the Qur'an as much as possible for the reward of every good act is multiplied by 70 during Ramadan. So if there are ten rewards for reciting one letter of the Qur'an outside of Ramadan then if we multiply ten by 70 then that makes up to 700 rewards for reciting just one letter of the Qur'an. Subhaanallah.

Those who struggle reciting the Qur'an get double the reward:

So those who struggle to recite the Qur'an get upto 1400 good deeds for reciting each letter. The bigger and better our intentions then the more Allah will reward us for every good act. So these rewards are just minimum.

Set targets: Therefore we should set a realistic target for ourselves of how much of the Qur'an we will recite depending on what we have to do in our day. If we are free then alhamdulillah we should aim for a minimum of 3 Qur'an in this month or more. If we are working and busy then one Qur'an is possible.

It is best to break down what you will recite in manageable chunks. For example read half a juz before Dhuhr, Half after, half before Asr, Half after, A half before Maghrib and then half before sleep etc. In this way we can recite the Qur'an a little bit at a time and that way not feel fatigued, restless and avoid getting bored. We should also take regular breaks and even do Dhikr in between or just rest for a while.

So set yourself daily targets of how much Qur'an you will recite and devote much of your worship on reciting the Qur'an as it is the month of the Qur'an.
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