There are lot of people who try to seek the night of decree on the 27th of Ramadan simply because it did occur on the 27th before. There are narrations for it but there are also narrations for other nights. The scholars said that this is something with wisdom...
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Being Muslim means more than knowing the correct way to perform ablution or the correct postures to use in prayers. New Muslims need to be aware of the progress they can continue to make in their spiritual journey within Islam.
Allah has honored this night and made it better than a thousand months, which is equivalent to eighty-three years and four months! For this reason, whoever performs Qiyam Al-Layl (night vigil prayer), with true faith… while seeking reward in it, will be forgiven. So, we should give attention to our participation in the long prayers...
Why not refocus your efforts to concentrate on what is most important, which is worshiping Allah Almighty during these remaining sacred days and night? Push back your troubles and stall them for as long as you can so that you can seize the remaining moments of Ramadan. Rest assured, they are not going anywhere!
The purpose of i'tikaf is to devote one’s heart exclusively to Allah. The person engaging in i`tikaf keeps this intention close to mind and seeks Allah’s blessings. He should not forget the reason why he is observing this retreat.
In these final 10 days of Ramadan, many of us are on a spiritual high – which makes it the perfect time to take advantage of the momentum by planning ahead. Pause to analyze your own life and pick out some areas you want to improve on in small yet consistent ways.
If you hope for the best, and prepare for the worst, you can achieve greatness! This concept also applies to our acquiring knowledge, and implementing what we learn in regards to our faith as well. How can you be an ideal Muslim/Muslimah if you only do the bare minimum?
For hundreds of years, lovers have been searching for Laylah. This is a love story like no other. They know her features. They know about her beauty. They know that she would be the most cherished if they can have her. With great excitement, every year, they look for Laylah- Laylat-ul-Qadr.
This is the most precious night of the precious days of the precious month. Whatever you do, make plans to spend the odd nights of the last ten (i.e. the night before the odd day, as Islamic days start from Maghrib) in deep worship, either in the mosque, with friends or at home.
The question is, how can we benefit from Ramadan when we are already in such a slump? Moms like us can make the most of the rest of the month by making some important changes right now: Remember that everything we do can be an act of worship...
We should indeed pace in ourselves throughout this Ramadan only doing whatever we can actually manage; and yet we are now coming to the finish line, we’re coming to that stage where we have sprinting so that we can cross the line in the best possible form.