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6 Tips for Laylat Al-Qadr…Don’t Miss the Best Night

#5. Reflect

Reflection is one of the best acts of worship. During the night, take yourself away from the crowd, seek your own quiet space and reflect on the countless favors that Allah the Almighty has blessed you with.

Think about the beautiful and wonderful creation of Allah the Almighty and meditate on what you might imagine – and could scarcely dream of finding – in the Hereafter.

Communicate with Allah the Almighty. Speak to Him, plead with Him, ask Him in your own way; He is the All Knowing.

#6. Ask for Forgiveness and Show Remorse

On this special night, focus on calling to Allah the Almighty for forgiveness, showing true remorse. Have faith that Allah the Almighty will forgive you, and be sincere.

Evaluate your past year and plan for the days ahead that, by the Mercy of Allah the Almighty, you may be granted. Renew your intentions and work towards the ultimate goal: Paradise.

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Abu Hurairah reported that the Messenger of Allah said:

Whoever spend the night of Qadr in worship out of sincere faith and seeking reward, then his previous sins are forgiven“. (Bukhari)

These reminders are, first and foremost, for me.

Don’t forego this once-a-year chance of doubling, tripling, or even ten-fold, multiplying your rewards. We may be here this year, but who knows what the future holds; I personally know of many who were previously among us in Ramadan, who are no longer with us. May Allah the Almighty forgive them and us.

Laylat Al-Qadr: Better Than A Thousand Months

Lastly, never forget that the good deeds performed on this single night are equal to those performed over a thousand months.

Pray for yourself, your family, for the Ummah; and might I be so brave as to ask your remembrance of myself and my family in your supplications, too?

May Allah the Almighty bless you and yours during these beautiful remaining Ramadan days and nights.

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