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hope4peace
05-24-2015, 07:05 PM
Assalamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaatuh
We have 23 days left till Ramadan so prepare for Ramadan. we must get into the habit of reading Qu'ran everyday, going to the masjid for every prayer and praying the night prayers which helps you get used to taraweeh. you must be doing any little good deed like putting a dollar or a pound into the charity box or giving the money to homeless people or you could help animals or water a plant. we must get ready to get as many deeds as we can when Ramadan arrives. imagine this:
Ramadan is a ship and the ship comes once a year and stays for a month. in that ship, it contains a lot of good deeds so you must take as much as you can. The reason why we are preparing to collect the deeds is that when we are collecting the deeds we wont run out of energy. so we must adapt to collecting deeds so we never stop collecting deeds and all that faith will maintain in your system for a long time. so make sure you imagine this Ramadan as your last one which will help you get to jannah. :D:D:D:D:D Praise be to ALLAH!!!!
Bye or Salam and i hope that this ummah is untied fully in the month of Ramadan.
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farhan
05-24-2015, 07:59 PM
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Great example with the ship, let's all go on-board the ship! If we don't prepare it's going to sink with our potential good deeds :(.

VlGLDGM 1 -

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BeTheChange
05-25-2015, 02:59 PM
Walaikumasalaam

Jazahka Allah for reminder and you're absolutely right - we SHOULD take advantage of being alive and prepare for this month in sha Allah.

“The month of Ramadhaan in which the Qur’an was revealed, guidance for people and clearproofs of guidance and criterion. So whoever is present for the month let him fast through it.Anyone ill or on a journey (who does not fast) should make up an equal number days (outsideRamadhaan). Allah wants ease for you and does not want hardship for you so that you completethe period and glorify Allah for what he guided you and perhaps you will be grateful”. [Surah al‐Baqarah, Ayah 185]

In these ayat from the Qur’an Allah ʹazza wa jall tells us the importance of the month ofRamadhaan. One of the greatest favours he has given us is the Qur’an a guide and criterionbetween right and wrong.Ramadhaan is a month of mercy and blessings for the believers. It is a season for worship,generosity and kindness. It is an occasion to become closer to Allah and strengthen therelationship with him. There are plenty of opportunities to please Allah ʹazza wa jall. Ramadhaanis the month to revive and strengthen Eemaan, our Eemaan increases and decreases. The sign ofstrong Eemaan is the amount of worship one does. The doors of mercy are wide open and thedoors of Allah’s punishment are firmly closed. The forces of evil, shayateen are chained up.Nothing stands between us and success except our following of desires..

Abu Hurayrah radhiAllahu `anhu narrated that Allah’s Messenger sallAllahu `alayhi wa sallam said,“When Ramadhaan comes the doors of Jannah are firmly opened and the doors of the fire are firmly closed and the shayateen are chained.” (al‐Bukhari and Muslim) :D

If you wish to read more please visit:- http://www.kalamullah.com/Books/Ramadhaan.pdf (RAMADHAAN PREPARATION PACK)
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azc
05-25-2016, 12:55 PM
A good reminder.
In sha Allah I will try my best to keep the fast as per shariah guidelines
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Afzalsheikh
04-26-2018, 10:00 AM
It is important to start preparing for Ramadan forward of time so to reap the most benefit out of this blessed month. https://www.-----------------/blog/blessings-of-ramadan

Blessings of Ramadan
The Holiest Month of Islamic Calendar...
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