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Transcript of Ramadan
WHAT SHOULD MY AIM FOR THIS RAMADAN BE
1.Firstly we must have patience, for it’s a sign of a brave man. Patience should be in any condition; having patience when feeling angry, hungry, thirsty, etc. we must try to avoid all the bad deeds we normally do, this way it will become our habit to avoid them.
My name is Iman, and today, I am going to tell you some basic things about Islam.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and a time when Muslims across the world will fast during the hours of daylight.
Ramadan is the fourth of the five pillars of Islam.
The holy month of Ramadan is upon us and we are all trying our best to be as productive as we can be during this month to fulfill our obligations, in addition to getting the best out of this holy month.
The Qur'an was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad during this month.
The actual night that the Qur'an was revealed is a night known as Lailut ul-Qadr ('The Night of Power':
“Lailatul Qadr is better than a thousand months” [97:3]
This one night surpasses the value of 30,000 nights. The most authentic account of the occurrence of the Night indicates that it can occur on any one of the last ten, odd numbered nights of Ramadan, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29.
1. Recite the Qur’an abundantly
2. Strive to gain forgiveness
3. Do much supererogatory Prayers (Nafil)
4. Increase in Dhikr (Remembrance of Allah)
5. Make much dua
Almost all Muslims try to give up bad habits during Ramadan, and some will try to become better Muslims by praying more or reading the Qur'an.
Many Muslims will attempt to read the whole of the Qur'an at least once during the Ramadan period. Many will also attend special services in Mosques during which the Qur'an is read.
Fasting is intended to help teach Muslims self-discipline, self-restraint and generosity. It also reminds them of the suffering of the poor, who may rarely get to eat well.
It is common to have one meal (known as the suhoor), just before sunrise and another (known as the iftar), directly after sunset.
Because Ramadan is a time to spend with friends and family, the fast will often be broken by different Muslim families coming together to share in an evening meal.
Help your mom prepare iftar with delicious recipes
Listen, read and learn at least some surah’s from the Juz’. This will not only help you teach the Qur’an with better Tajweed, but of course also help gain rewards.
Many of the youngsters love hearing music, so to avoid this addicting habit, which brings no benefit, there’s an ideal solution. Download as many nasheeds form the internet and listen to them. Or, a better idea is to download beautiful qeerats and frequently hear them. These will not only make one feel poignant, but help gain many rewards too.
Do any useful work that will indeed benefit you. Like do calligraphy, make models, paint, embroider designs, etc.
Ramadan is a blessed month given to us by Allah (S.W.T). It is the month in which Satan and his minions are said to be locked away in Hell to prevent them from misleading, deceiving and whispering in the ears of believers.
Allah’s Apostle (P.B.U.H) said, “When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained.”
This doesn't mean that sin and bad deeds will completely disappear for a month but it will mean that if bad deeds are done and sins committed, they will be from the hearts of people alone and the devil cannot be blamed.
However, God has promised the people that the reward for good deeds and actions during the holy month will be multiplied greater than usual and this encourages many to increase their level of worship and prayer.
Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said: “Whoever does not give up false speech and acting upon it, Allah has no need of his giving up his food and drink”. (Saheeh al-Bukhari).
2. Share our iftar with our neighbors.
Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said: " When you cook soup add more water, remembering your neighbours " ( Muslim )
3. Help mom buy things for Iftar and for its preparation too.
4. Then we should try to finish and learn some Surah's from the Qur’an within this blessed month, keeping in mind to please Allah (S.W.T), & not just to finish it!! So, to please Allah (S.W.T), we must read it with perfect Tajweed.
This is only possible through guidance, either from your parents or from your Qari. Even listening to it will help improve, Insha Allah.
5. Help the poor as much as we can, either by giving Zakah (alms) or if you find them on your way.
6. Make all possible attempts to go...
Hope I was helpful, & may Allah bestow His mercy and rewards on us this Ramadan. Ameen! :D