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Let’s all try to keep the Ramadan spirit alive. 🙂

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1. Make Dua

It was Allah who gave you the ability to keep the good habit in Ramadan, and only He can help you maintain it afterwards. Make Dua that Allah helps you not only keep the habit, but that He accepts it and makes it a way for you to grow in closeness to Him.

2. Make it a habit

If you want to keep good habits, you’ve got to make sure they remain part of your daily schedule. For instance, fasting. Did you know that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) encouraged fasting on Mondays and Thursdays? He said: A man’s deeds are reported (to Allah) on Mondays and Thursdays and I prefer that I should be fasting when my deeds are reported (Tirmidhi).

This is a great way of maintaining the habit so you’re not rusty by next Ramadan.

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Assalaamualaikum wr wb,

Eid-ul-Fitr will be on Sunday August 19, 2012. Wishing you and your family a happy Eid in advance! Hope you all have an awesome Eid with your loved ones and be consistent with your good deeds that you did on Ramadan.









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Assalaamualaikum wr wb sisters,

Jummah Mubarak! 🙂 I never have a chance to post on Friday about its excellence because I’m so busy on Fridays so I’ll just post right now. Friday is a very blessed day for us Muslims. Since tomorrow is Friday, we much engage ourselves in good deeds as much as possible. First of all, it’s Friday, that’s already a blessing for us Muslims. 2nd, it’s Ramadan! And last, it’s one of the last days of Ramadan!! Do you know what this means? We should try to do so much good deeds that people call us nuts! This could be the last Ramadan ever for us, there is no guarantee we will be here for next year! There isn’t even any guarantee if tomorrow will be our last Friday! So, c’mon, let’s do as much good deeds as possible. Especially tomorrow because tomorrow will be such a blessed day for the ummah.








Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “The similitude of a person who goes early to (Friday) Salah is like the one who offers a she-camel as a sacrifice, then he who comes next is like the one who offers a cow, then he who comes next is like the one who offers a ram with horns, then he who comes next is like the one who offers a hen, then he who comes next is like the one who offers an egg.” (1)

The hadees teaches us to go to the Masjid early for Jummah because it makes a person closer to Allah (swt).

We should also try reciting Surah Kahf tomorrow and every other Friday.













We should also cleanse ourselves by taking a bath and doing wudu before going to the Masjid for Jummah. The hadees below is so beautiful, subhanallah! Look at how easy Allah (swt) makes it for us! It’s so easy but still so great for us.

Narrated Salman-Al-Farsi: The Prophet (p.b.u.h) said, “Whoever takes a bath on Friday, purifies himself as much as he can, then uses his (hair) oil or perfumes himself with the scent of his house, then proceeds (for the Jumua prayer) and does not separate two persons sitting together (in the mosque), then prays as much as (Allah has) written for him and then remains silent while the Imam is delivering the Khutba, his sins in-between the present and the last Friday would be forgiven.”
























I hope you all benefited from this and I hope you all are engaged with good deeds tomorrow. May Allah (swt) forgive us from our sins, accept our good deeds and du’as, and help us be closer to Him. Ameen.

Jazakallahu khayran.

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Assalaamualaikum wr wb sisters,

Ramadan is really coming to an end now, only a few last days left. Let’s make the most of it! A bittersweet feeling is what you have right now most likely. Bitter because Ramadan is sadly ending. The golden month is unfortunately leaving us. A sweet feeling because hey, Eid is coming! You get to see many people you haven’t seen in so long and the Masjid is filled with the ummah even in the outside. Such a blessed day. But more bitter because Ramadan is….. soon going to be gone. Will we be there for next year’s Ramadan? No one but Allah(swt) knows.

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Assalaamualaikum wr wb sisters,

I’m sorry I haven’t informed you guys earlier but I was really busy. But yes, it is true, last night was Lailatul Qadr.

I hope you all were engrossed in doing good deeds such as prayers, du’as, reciting the Qur’an, durood, zikr, repenting from your sins, etc.

Well I’ll give you a list of prayers I found for this night that I found on a website. You could still do them because it’s not Magrib yet.

There’s also this du’a you could do as I have mentioned before:


1) Pray 12 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’) (3 set of 4 raka’ each)

In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR once and Surah IIKHLAS fifteen times. After salah:

“Astaghfirullah Rabbi Min Kulli Zambiyon Wa Atoobu ilaiyh”

Benefit: Inhsa Allah, Allah tala will give sawab equal to Ibadah of Ambiya Karam’s (Messengers of Allah) Ibadah.

2) Pray two cycles of ritual prayer (raka’). 
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA recite Surah QADR 3 times and Surah IKHLAS 27 times, and plead to Allah for the forgiveness of sins. 
Benefit: Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), the Allah Almighty will forgive all their previous sins.

3) Pray four cycles of ritual prayer (raka’). (2 sets of 2 raka’ each).

In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah TAKAASUR once and Surah IKHLAS three times.

Benefit: Whoever offers this salah, they will be saved from hardship at the time of death, and Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), they will be freed from the punishment of the grave.

4) Pray two cycles of ritual prayer (raka’).

In each raka’, after Surahh FATIHA, recite Surah IKHLAS seven times and after salah recite this seventy times:


Benfit: Before the person gets up from the praying area, Allah Almighty will pardon them and their parents, and Allah Almighty will Command the angels to adorn the Paradise for them and it is said that they will not die until they see the blessings (ne’mat) of Paradise with their own eyes.

5) Pray two cycles of ritual prayer (raka’).

In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah ALAM’NASHRAH once, Surah IKHLAS three times and after salah, recite Surah QADR 27 times.

Benefit: Effecive for unlimited Sawab of Ibadah.

6) Pray four cycles of ritual prayer (raka’). (1 set of 4 raka’).

In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA’ recite Surah QADR three times and Surah IKHLAS fifty times and after completion of this salah (namaaz), recite this once in prostration (sajdah):


Benefit: After that whatever wish one may have, either worldly or religious, may be pleased. Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), their supplication will be fulfilled.

7) In this night, recite Surah Mulk 7 times. It is good for freeing from punishment.

I did all of them and I encourage you all to do them too even if you are 18 years old or younger. Try to do as much ibadah as possible and stay away from sins.

“Lailatul Qadr is better than a thousand months.” Subhanallah, see how easy Allah (swt) makes it for us?

May Allah (swt) accept all our good deeds and forgive us all inshallah in this blessed month, Ramadan. Ameen. And share this to get more ‘ibadah because if you spread the knowledge you get the same good deeds of who you told this of and who they told this of.

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