islamic-quotes: Ramaḍān Karīm to you, and your loved ones. May it be a means of nearness to Allāh, and His Beloved Messenger Muḥammad (ﷺ) May it be a month of forgiving, of healing, of changing, of reflecting, of helping, of improving, of reviving, of remembering. As our stomachs become empty, may our hearts become full. Āmīn. More islamic quotes HERE

islamic-quotes: Ramaḍān Karīm to you, and your loved ones. May it be a means of nearness to Allāh, and His Beloved Messenger Muḥammad (ﷺ) May it be a month of forgiving, of healing, of changing, of reflecting, of helping, of improving, of reviving, of remembering. As our stomachs become empty, may our hearts become full. Āmīn. More islamic quotes HERE

We pray that Allah accepts all our good deeds, and most importantly, keeps us consistent in striving towards attaining His pleasure. Taqabbal Allah minna wa minkum May Allah accept (good deeds) from us and from you. Ameen. Jazak Allahu Khairan to each one every one who viewed, liked and shared the ‘Ramadan Reinspired Series’ and made it an unprecedented success consecutively for a third year in a row.

We pray that Allah accepts all our good deeds, and most importantly, keeps us consistent in striving towards attaining His pleasure. Taqabbal Allah minna wa minkum May Allah accept (good deeds) from us and from you. Ameen. Jazak Allahu Khairan to each one every one who viewed, liked and shared the ‘Ramadan Reinspired Series’ and made it an unprecedented success consecutively for a third year in a row.

“And eat and drink but waste not by extravagance, certainly He (Allâh) likes not Al-Musrifûn (those who waste by extravagance)” [al-A‘raaf 7:31]

“And eat and drink but waste not by extravagance, certainly He (Allâh) likes not Al-Musrifûn (those who waste by extravagance)” [al-A‘raaf 7:31]

The time during the month of Ramadan is blessed and precious. It is a golden opportunity to seek closeness to Allah. Before we know it, this month of mercy and forgiveness will be over. We should try and spend every moment possible in the worship of Allah so that we can make the most of this blessing. Avoid getting into unwanted conversations instead use the time to recite a lot of Quran and avoid oversleeping so that you get enough time to pray the nafil prayers.

The time during the month of Ramadan is blessed and precious. It is a golden opportunity to seek closeness to Allah. Before we know it, this month of mercy and forgiveness will be over. We should try and spend every moment possible in the worship of Allah so that we can make the most of this blessing. Avoid getting into unwanted conversations instead use the time to recite a lot of Quran and avoid oversleeping so that you get enough time to pray the nafil prayers.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Three Eat to live, not live to eat. Make sure that you’re not eating food that equals two days of Iftar at once. This will surely make you lazy which results in the actions of the prayer not being perfected. The severity of this can be observed in the hadith below.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Three Eat to live, not live to eat. Make sure that you’re not eating food that equals two days of Iftar at once. This will surely make you lazy which results in the actions of the prayer not being perfected. The severity of this can be observed in the hadith below.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Four Where do we find happiness? Not material happiness, but true internal happiness. For a Muslim, true happiness in this world comes from being closer to Allah.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Four Where do we find happiness? Not material happiness, but true internal happiness. For a Muslim, true happiness in this world comes from being closer to Allah.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Seven We dress up in our best attire at work to impress our boss & coworkers. We make sure our swag is on point when we are at the mall chilling with our friends. But when it comes Allah, the Boss of bosses & the Closest of all friends, unfortunately our hygiene and appearance take a back seat. Let’s make sure that from the next salah on wards, we look presentable and are perfumed in a manner that conforms to the etiquette of the Masjid.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Seven We dress up in our best attire at work to impress our boss & coworkers. We make sure our swag is on point when we are at the mall chilling with our friends. But when it comes Allah, the Boss of bosses & the Closest of all friends, unfortunately our hygiene and appearance take a back seat. Let’s make sure that from the next salah on wards, we look presentable and are perfumed in a manner that conforms to the etiquette of the Masjid.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Eight To most of us, Ramadan has rather become a month of feasting than fasting. We make sure that our bellies are filled to the maximum at Suhoor and at Iftar but we fail to realize that what really needs to be fed above the line this month, is our soul. Since Shaitan is locked up in Ramadan, this is the perfect time to explore our inner capability to get closer than ever to our Creator.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Eight To most of us, Ramadan has rather become a month of feasting than fasting. We make sure that our bellies are filled to the maximum at Suhoor and at Iftar but we fail to realize that what really needs to be fed above the line this month, is our soul. Since Shaitan is locked up in Ramadan, this is the perfect time to explore our inner capability to get closer than ever to our Creator.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Nine In this blessed month, Muslims are encouraged to beautify & develop their characters, especially their manners when dealing with people. Conveying gratitude by saying ‘thanks’ when someone has done us a favour is a part of Good manners. However is there something better than just thanks? The Prophet (SWS) said: “Whoever has a favour done for him and says to the one who did it, ‘Jazak Allaahu khayran,’ has done enough to thank him.” (Tirmidhi)

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Nine In this blessed month, Muslims are encouraged to beautify & develop their characters, especially their manners when dealing with people. Conveying gratitude by saying ‘thanks’ when someone has done us a favour is a part of Good manners. However is there something better than just thanks? The Prophet (SWS) said: “Whoever has a favour done for him and says to the one who did it, ‘Jazak Allaahu khayran,’ has done enough to thank him.” (Tirmidhi)

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Ten Many men think that housework is beneath them, and some of them think that it will undermine their status and position if they help the womenfolk at home. This was not the attitude of best man to ever walk on the face of this earth - Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SWS)

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Ten Many men think that housework is beneath them, and some of them think that it will undermine their status and position if they help the womenfolk at home. This was not the attitude of best man to ever walk on the face of this earth - Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SWS)

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