10 Ways To Prepare Yourself For Ramadhan

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So the month of Ramadhan is up next, Insha’Allah. With this last month to go, before we all begin to fast and pray Taraveeh prayers after Ishan Salah, all of us are busy preparing ourselves mentally and physically for the arrival of this great month!

So how must you prepare yourself for Ramadhan? What are the ways you can actually welcome this month with much fervour and respect and fulfill all your Islamic obligations as laid out by Allah Subhan Ahu Wa Ta’ala, the Quran and the Sunnah.

Here are 10 ways how you can prepare yourselves, these are few of my own ways, don’t forget to add in some of your own!

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Many of us must have missed a few fasts for any reasons last year and this is the best time to finish off with the remaining ones. Sha’aban is the month when we water our crops so…

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40 Quick, Easy & Rewarding Good Deeds to do Everyday in Ramadhan!

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40 Quick, Easy & Rewarding Good Deeds to do
Everyday in Ramadhan

In this most blessed month of Ramadhan ALL good
deeds are multiplied:

The Prophet peace be upon him said:

“Whoever draws near to Allaah during it (Ramadaan) with a
single characteristic from the characteristics of (voluntary) goodness, he is like whoever performs an obligatory act in other times. And whoever
performs an obligatory act during it, he is like
whoever performed seventy obligatory acts in other
times.” – Sahih Ibn Khuzaymah, no. 1887

Therefore all of the following good deeds are worth COUNTLESS more rewards in the month of Ramadaan who’s reward ONLY Allah knows and he will reward for them how he likes:

1. Earn a thousand good deeds in Minutes

Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said:

“Is anyone of you incapable of earning one thousand Hasanah (rewards) a day?” Someone from the gathering asked…

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1. Don’t sleep during the day and pray all night. By
doing this you are converting the day into night and
the night into day, which is not the purpose of

2. Avoid being lazy and inactive during the day.

3. Don’t waste time playing games during the day.
Rather, please Allah by increasing in your worship of him.

4. Avoid having Iftar parties. Ramadan wasn’t meant to be a food extravaganza.

5. Don’t ask your wife to spend Ramadan in the Kitchen. Eat something light and quick – she isn’t Biryani woman.

6. Spend the last 10 days worshipping Allah rather
than trying to prepare for Eid! A day that is better
than a thousand months is in these last 10 days
You can’t afford to miss this.

7. Don’t stay awake the full night. Your body has a
right over you…

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