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Jul 21, 2014 / 49 notes

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qa-af:


The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months. - Qur’an 97:3

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Jul 21, 2014 / 29 notes

qa-af:

The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months. Qur’an 97:3

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sister-fathima:

The Prophet (PBUH) said"And he who utters: ‘Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi’ (Allah is free from imperfection and His is the praise) one hundred times a day, his sins will be obliterated even if they are equal to the extent of the foam of the ocean." (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
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Jul 21, 2014 / 761 notes

sister-fathima:

The Prophet (PBUH) said
"And he who utters: ‘Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi’ (Allah is free from imperfection and His is the praise) one hundred times a day, his sins will be obliterated even if they are equal to the extent of the foam of the ocean." (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

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muslima209:

Ramadhan tip day 23!
Jul 21, 2014 / 12 notes

muslima209:

Ramadhan tip day 23!

productivemuslim:

Busy In The Last 10 Nights?
 
If we are to think of our purpose in life and our ultimate destination, Jannah, the answer becomes very easy: sacrifice your days’ work for 10 days so you can focus on night worship. However, not everyone can do so. So what can you do? Here’s some advice:
 
- Employ good task and time management to be able to balance between work and worship. Check out the Ramadan Taskinator: http://proms.ly/WpMloD 
 
- Plan your day hour by hour and see which slots you need to be at work, which slots you need to be at the mosque, and what to do with the slots in between to maximize your energy/time (e.g. power naps, light iftaar, etc).
 
- Be ruthless in your time discipline and make sure that no minute is wasted. Otherwise it’ll have a knock on effect on the rest of your day. Don’t be complacent about time-wasting activities, and really get yourself on ‘high-alert’ mode.
 
Follow the above discipline like clockwork for at least the last 10 nights and you should be fine, Insha’Allah.
Jul 21, 2014 / 21 notes

productivemuslim:

Busy In The Last 10 Nights?

 

If we are to think of our purpose in life and our ultimate destination, Jannah, the answer becomes very easy: sacrifice your days’ work for 10 days so you can focus on night worship. However, not everyone can do so. So what can you do? Here’s some advice:

 

- Employ good task and time management to be able to balance between work and worship. Check out the Ramadan Taskinator: http://proms.ly/WpMloD

 

- Plan your day hour by hour and see which slots you need to be at work, which slots you need to be at the mosque, and what to do with the slots in between to maximize your energy/time (e.g. power naps, light iftaar, etc).

 

- Be ruthless in your time discipline and make sure that no minute is wasted. Otherwise it’ll have a knock on effect on the rest of your day. Don’t be complacent about time-wasting activities, and really get yourself on ‘high-alert’ mode.

 

Follow the above discipline like clockwork for at least the last 10 nights and you should be fine, Insha’Allah.

kushandwizdom:

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Jul 21, 2014 / 3,812 notes
lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty Three
Treat every night like an odd night for it may be that you started on the wrong day and the only way to guarantee catching Laylatul Qadr is to stand all 10 nights in prayer. The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) did I’itikaf for all 10 nights even though he said look for it on the odd nights. 
May Allah allow us all to witness Laylatul Qadr this year. Ameen!
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Jul 21, 2014 / 189 notes

lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty Three

Treat every night like an odd night for it may be that you started on the wrong day and the only way to guarantee catching Laylatul Qadr is to stand all 10 nights in prayer. The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) did I’itikaf for all 10 nights even though he said look for it on the odd nights.

May Allah allow us all to witness Laylatul Qadr this year. Ameen!

More Inspiration | www.LionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty Two
Keep husn adh-dhann bi Allah (good expectations from Allah). When you ask, remember you are asking the Most Generous King. If you hope for the best, He will give you the best. Don’t hold back. Trust in Him, pour out your heart in front of Him, and let no doubt, no barrier, no evil thoughts keep you away from ar-Rahman, ar-Raheem!
Oh Allah, allow us to experience Laylatul Qadr. Ameen
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Jul 21, 2014 / 208 notes

lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty Two

Keep husn adh-dhann bi Allah (good expectations from Allah). When you ask, remember you are asking the Most Generous King. If you hope for the best, He will give you the best. Don’t hold back. Trust in Him, pour out your heart in front of Him, and let no doubt, no barrier, no evil thoughts keep you away from ar-Rahman, ar-Raheem!

Oh Allah, allow us to experience Laylatul Qadr. Ameen

More Inspiration | www.LionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty One
Do not let your ‘performance’ until now affect your last 10 days. The moment of forgiveness could be today or anytime in the coming days! It is not all lost! If you sincerely wish it could have been better – you can now make up for the missed chances by exchanging your free time for more ‘Ibadah! 
May Allah SWT grant us his special closeness Ameen.
More Inspiration | www.LionofAllah.com
Jul 19, 2014 / 150 notes

lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty One

Do not let your ‘performance’ until now affect your last 10 days. The moment of forgiveness could be today or anytime in the coming days! It is not all lost! If you sincerely wish it could have been better – you can now make up for the missed chances by exchanging your free time for more ‘Ibadah!

May Allah SWT grant us his special closeness Ameen.

More Inspiration | www.LionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty



Tonight is the 21st night if you started Saturday and the 20th night if you started Sunday. We should treat every night like an odd night for it may be that we started on the wrong day and the only way to guarantee catching Laylatul Qadr is to stand all 10 nights in prayer. 

The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) did I’itikaf for all 10 nights even though he said look for it on the odd nights. May Allah allow us all to witness Laylatul Qadr this year. Ameen!







Write-up by Omar Suleiman

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Jul 19, 2014 / 156 notes

lionofallah:

Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty

Tonight is the 21st night if you started Saturday and the 20th night if you started Sunday. We should treat every night like an odd night for it may be that we started on the wrong day and the only way to guarantee catching Laylatul Qadr is to stand all 10 nights in prayer.
The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) did I’itikaf for all 10 nights even though he said look for it on the odd nights. May Allah allow us all to witness Laylatul Qadr this year. Ameen!
Write-up by Omar Suleiman
More Inspiration | www.LionofAllah.com