RAMADAN GIST – DAY 19: Approaching the best ten


Aisha bint Abibakr, the prophet’s beloved wife said “when the last ten days of Ramadan began, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would stay up at night, wake his family and tie his lower garment tight”

Prophet Mohamed (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) knew the value of Ramadan and the value of the last ten days more than anyone, so if he used to go extra mile for the last ten days, what is your excuse and what is my excuse for not getting ready to double our efforts and make the most of the last ten days/nights of Ramadan?

The way the time became so fast-going and the way every day passes by us without us being fully aware is the way our whole lives are gradually coming to an end without us tending not to pack for the final journey. We are living this Ramadan but we don’t know if we are living till to the end, let alone the next Ramadan.

May Allah forgive us and grant us His mercy in this life and hereafter too, but we all have great shortcomings and we need to turn away our attention from the things that bring no good to what is going to rescue us from the torments of hell and from the wrath of our Lord.

And today we will be sharing tips to stay on top of our games during the last days/nights of Ramadan, in sha Allah.

  1. Finish any pending tasks off

We all have responsibilities to tend to and obligations to fulfil and that can come into our way of worshipping if not managed well. Leaving responsibilities without prior notice or plan is not so Islamic and we are going to be asked about the responsibilities we have. So, in order to make sure that things are taken care off, delegate some of your tasks to a person with a plate less full than yours and get the rest of the tasks done by yourself before you become too busy or you become engaged in them and lose a lot of the rewards of the last ten days out.

  1. Maintain your body as it’s best

A healthy mind is in health body, right? Your spiritual experience can hit the bottom when your body is suffering from fatigue, from dehydration and also from aches from stomach to head. Take good care of your body to worship your Lord with full capacity. Avoid anything that will cause any of the above mentioned problems and prepare your body to make your spiritual experience easy and exciting for you.

The above two tips are two of many to get ready for Ramadan, and in this article we would like to end with these two tips, we will share the rest in our article for tomorrow, in sha Allah.

Wa salaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullah

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