RAMADHAAN’S GOLDEN MOMENTS
alhamdulillaah, the Last Ten Days of Ramadhaan, especially the Laylatul Qadr nights have come to embrace us and shower immense blessings upon us, Inshaa’Allah.
‘Aa’ishah (radiyallaahu anha) said:
“When the last ten days (of Ramadan) would come, the Prophet (sal-lal-laahu `alaihi wa sallam) would spend his nights in worship, wake his family (at night), exert himself and tighten his Izaar (waist-cloth).”
This hadeeth is proof that the Last Ten Days of Ramadhaan are very special in comparison to any other set of days in Islamic calendar.
You must be aware that in Islamic calendar night comes first and then the day.
And according to authentic hadeeths, Laylatul Qadr falls in one of the odd nights of the last 10 days of Ramadhaan.
So please be reminded that:
In places where Ramadhaan commenced on 18th June, the odd nights will fall on:
7th July (21st Night), 9th July (23rd Night), 11th July (25th Night), 13th July (27th Night) and 15th July (29th Night)……Inshaaallah.
and in places where Ramadhaan commenced on 19th June, the odd nights will fall on:
8th July (21st Night), 10th July (23rd Night), 12th July (25th Night), 14th July (27th Night) and 16th July (29th Night)……Inshaaallah.
It is wiser, however, to spend all the nights, irrespective of odd or even, in the worship and glorification of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’aala.
And now, a few useful links before you scroll down to read about the golden moments, Inshaa’Allah.
All About I’tikaaf —-Seclusion and Exclusive Devotion in Ramadhaan
Know the value of your Sajdah and make lots of du’aas for the oppressed Muslims in Gaza, Sri Lanka and other parts of the world.
Recite this du’aa frequently during normal time and Du’aa Qunoot in prayers as the Ummah is undergoing difficult times vis-a-vis Gaza situation.
Read this resourceful material on Sending Salawat and Salaam on our blessed Prophet صلّى الله عليه وسلّم
Take time to read Life of Prophet Muhammad: Highlights and Lessons by Dr. Mustafa al Sibai