Allah says, in the Qur’an that Ramadan was prescribed on us in the hope that we gain piousness (Al-Baqarah 2:183).
Did we achieve that goal or was fasting just a habit?
It is never too late to change our route.
What do we do with our life after Ramadan?
For those who feel that they have succeeded well throughout Ramadan, there is most certainly a chance to continue on a good deed reel, even after Ramadan.
Our esteemed Imams remind us that the continuation of our deeds shows the acceptance of them.
So what better way to make sure they are accepted other than continuing them at a smaller scale.
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*FASTING 6 DAYS OF SHAWAL*The Messenger of Allahﷺ said (He who observes fasting in the month of Ramadan, and also observes fasting six days in the month of Shawwal, it is as if he has observed fasting for the whole year.) [Muslim]
Posted by Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman on Thursday, 6 June 2019