Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "Whoever does not give up forged speech and evil actions, Allah is not in need of his leaving his food and drink (i. Allah will not accept his fasting.)" Sahih al-Bukhari 1903
#RamadanPrep 4 Discharging the duty of any outstanding obligatory fasts. It was narrated that Abu Salamah said: I heard ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) say: I would owe fasts from the previous Ramadan and I would not be able to make them up except in Sha’baan. [Agreed upon] #IOURamadan #Ramadan
#PrepareForRamadan 1. Sincere repentance This is obligatory at all times, but because of the approach of a great and blessed month, it is even more important to hasten to repent from sins between you and your Lord, and between you and other people by giving them their rights, so that when the blessed month begins you may busy yourself with acts of worship with a clean heart and peace of mind. #Ramadan #IOURamadan
We should set ourselves straight so that in Ramadaan we will have a higher degree of faith for faith increases and decreases. It increases through obedience to Allaah and it decreases through disobedience and sin. The first act of obedience that a person should achieve is that of being a true slave of Allaah and believing that there is none that is rightfully worshipped except Allaah, so he directs all kinds of worship to Allaah and does not associate anyone else in worship with Him.
Du’aa’ (supplication): The Muslim should ask his Lord to let him live until Ramadaan with a strong religious commitment and good physical health, and he should ask Him to help him obey Him during the month, and ask Him to accept his good deeds from Him.
For example: Reducing or completely cutting out caffeine. Increasing intake of water and antioxidant juices between iftar and suhoor (lemon water to keep hydrated). Eating plenty of fruits, vegetables and dates to stay energised. Cutting out oily foods f
Abu Bakr al-Balkhi said: The likeness of the month of Rajab is that of the wind, the likeness of Sha’baan is that of the clouds and the likeness of Ramadaan is that of the rain; whoever does not plant and sow in Rajab, and does not irrigate in Sha’baan, how can he reap in Ramadaan? Now Rajab has passed, so what will you do in Sha’baan if you are seeking Ramadaan? This is how your Prophet and the early generations of the ummah were in this blessed month, so what will you do? #IOURamadan
FREE YOUR MIND Get rid of all those erototoxins that are generated by watching music videos or listening to music and the anxiety hormones produced by watching the news on TV. Wean yourself off TV, read an interesting Islamic book instead.