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Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem

Your Ramadan Journey of Barakah Awaits You

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R A MA DA N EVE R “Ramadan is a glimpse of the person you can be every single day”

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WELCOME

In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Assalamu’alaikum, we would like to extend our warm and loving welcome to you. Thank you for selecting the Ramadan Legacy Planner as your dedicated planner for the holy month of Ramadan! If you are reading this welcome message, it means that Allah has blessed you with the gift of Ramadan. Ramadan is a journey towards Allah, and in this month we are given the opportunity to reflect, learn and practice our faith Alhamdulillah.

This planner will help you to make the most of your Ramadan and prepare you to maintain the spirit even after Ramadan!

Ramadan is a special time of the year where we discover who we really are. We discover the person that Allah has created and designed us to be. At Ramadan Legacy we like to say, “Ramadan is a glimpse of the person that you can be every year!” The Ramadan Legacy Planner has been crafted with care, built with barakah, and with the intention to help you yes you! - to have your most spiritual, productive and life changing Ramadan to date. We provide you with an inspiring roadmap for Ramadan, a journey where you can understand what Ramadan truly means, be prepared for the journey of Ramadan and embark on that journey which takes you closer to Allah. With du’as and peace, Ramadan Legacy Team

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RAMADAN PLEDGE OF INTENTION

I, _____________________________ (your name) Solemnly make this pledge to my Lord and Cherisher, Allah the Almighty, seeking His assistance and acceptance. Every single action that I do will depend on the quality of my intention. Therefore, I testify that I will always purify and renew my intention and seek for His Forgiveness solely to earn His pleasures. I promise I will not compare myself to anyone. I believe that everyone is at a different level and success is when I am better than whom I was yesterday. This Ramadan, I will bring myself to a better level by improving my character. I intend to always repent, forgive others, stop bad habits and replace it with good habits. I agree to keep track of my daily action, to practice self-control, and to motivate myself to do more everyday with the right intention. I agree to continue doing with what I have learned and practiced this month after Ramadan. May Allah grant me guidance and strength to make this Ramadan one where I make positive changes to my life and come closer to Him. May He make it easy for me to turn to Him completely and perpetually. Aameen. Signed by ____________________________

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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 7

How to Use

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One for One Model

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Photo Competition

KNOWLEDGE FOR THE JOURNEY OF RAMADAN 12 16 17 20

Ramadan Guide Ramadan App Download The Journey of Ramadan Explained Ramadan Du’as

PRACTICAL FOOTSTEPS FOR YOUR RAMADAN JOURNEY 26 27 28 29

Quran Tips Taraweeh Tips Survival Tips Charity Tips

PREPARING FOR THE JOURNEY OF RAMADAN

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Explainer Page

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Your Story Explainer

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Your Spiritual Passions Explainer

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Master Du’a List Explainer

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Your Ramadan Vision & Goals Explainer

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30 Day Ramadan Journey Planner Explainer

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Write Your Ramadan Story

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Spiritual Passions Exercise

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Master Du’a List

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Set Your Ramadan Vision & Goals

YOUR 30-DAY RAMADAN JOURNEY PLAN 46 68 89

First 10 Days Second 10 Days Third 10 Days

THE JOURNEY CONTINUES 114 116 117 119

Open Letter for Next Ramadan Eid explainer Nufl Fasts Maintaining Spirit of Ramadan

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Get In Touch


HOW TO USE RAMADAN LEGACY PLANNER 2018 This Ramadan Legacy Planner provides you with a step-by-step journey of Ramadan and that journey is broken down into key milestones. Please find below the key actions you need to take on how to use this planner so that you can, Insha’Allah, utilise it effectively.

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Sign Your Ramadan Pledge of Intention This will, subconsciously make you accountable for your sincere intentions in Ramadan!

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Immerse Yourself In The Journey of Ramadan Our inspirational and moving knowledge section provides you with the beautiful knowledge of Ramadan and serves as a reminder for our purpose in Ramadan.

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Take Practical Footsteps For Your Ramadan Journey We’ve put together a small but mighty section on key tips that you can learn and implement in Ramadan for Qur’an reading, prayers, charity and set routines!

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Be Practically Prepared for Ramadan We’ve built a truly inspirational yet practical way for you to understand where you are with your faith, become passionate about Allah and set your Ramadan vision and goals through a simple user-friendly step-by-step system.

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Follow The Day By Day Action Plan In the planner section, a worshipping framework has been provided for you in order to make your Ramadan effective and productive. Carry this booklet around with you during the day and fill out what you have achieved every evening after your night prayers.

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ONE FOR ONE MODEL Through your purchase of the Ramadan Legacy Planner, Ramadan Legacy helps to provide Islamic educational resources to people in need. These people are in developing countries or countries which have been struck by disaster. We were inspired to do this when we visited the Chairman of an NGO in the UK. He shared with us a story of the impact that the war in Syria had on Islamic education resources. When disaster had struck Syria, the Syrian families and children had requested thousands of copies of Surah Yasin so that they could read and gain the mercy and protection of Allah. With every purchase of the Ramadan Legacy Planner we aim to deliver one Islamic studies educational book to those who need it the most. Here is how we work.

Purchase Sales of our Ramadan Legacy Planner provides funds for people in need to be helped. For every planner sold, we donate one Islamic educational book.

Plan The Ramadan Legacy Foundation collaborates with Educational NGO Partners to plan where and what Islamic educational books should be delivered to those who need it the most.

Deliver Ramadan Legacy uses social enterprise for good, we then deliver the Islamic educational books, through our NGO partners, and receive impact reports at the end of each year.

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PHOTO COMPETITION Share your story of Ramadan by simply uploading a photo of how you are using the Ramadan Legacy Planner to fulfil your Ramadan, onto social media and using the hashtag #ramadanlegacyplanner. We will select the top 50 photos published online and you will receive a free Ramadan Legacy Planner in 2019!

Step 1: Take a photo of yourself or your Ramadan Legacy Planner, you have to ensure that the photo is an action shot of yourself using the planner.

Step 2: Upload the photo on social media and use the hashtag #ramadanlegacyplanner and share your story of what Ramadan means to you.

Step 3: We will contact you by the end of Ramadan if you are in the top 50 photos selected by our team!

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KNOWLEDGE FOR YOUR RAMADAN JOURNEY

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“O Son of Adam! You are nothing but a number of days, whenever each day passes then a part of you has gone.� [Al-Hasan al-Basri]

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RAMADAN GUIDANCE KNOWLEDGE FOR YOUR RAMADAN JOURNEY Fasting in the month of Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is one of the greatest acts of worship a believer can perform. It is an act that cleanses one’s mind, body, and soul from their own spiritual impurities. It is an act that brings the hearts of Muslims together on a worldwide level as they endeavour to practice the virtue of self-discipline in unison. And it is an act that satiates the hungry soul for its eagerness to please Allah. Fasting in the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every Muslim, male and female, who is healthy, sane and past the age of puberty.

The Purpose of Ramadan The month of Ramadan is not like any other month; its transformational. Think about this question, what if Ramadan did not exist? Pondering upon this question allows us to internalise the true blessings of this month. One of those blessings is being given the opportunity to have a fresh start or to renew our true purpose and vision for our life. The purpose of Ramadan is a month that prepares us for the remaining eleven months by teaching discipline and self-control. Thus, Allah has made some acts, which are beloved to man, like eating, drinking and fulfilling one’s desires, impermissible. If we can control these desires (which are usually permissible for us) in this month, then we can surely control ourselves from other desires, which are not permissible, throughout the remaining months. Allah has sent this blessed month for us, so that we can create a connection and draw closer to Allah by reaping the many rewards that lie in this month.

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A person who has been given the opportunity to be present in this month can take this as a sign that Allah has given them another opportunity to draw closer to Him and earn His paradise through worship in this month. As the blessed month of Ramadan approaches, we need to prepare for it in such a way that we can gain the maximum benefit of this month.

Reflection Points for Ramadan Worship & Do Good: Ramadan is the month where Allah allows us to really fulfill the purpose of our being, and the purpose of our creation. Allah created us all to worship Him, and Him alone. Increase your worship and good works in this month to be significantly rewarded by Allah. Connect With The Qur’an: Ramadan is the month wherein the Qur’an was revealed. “Ramadan is the month in which was sent down the Qur’an as a guide to mankind also clear signs for guidance and judgment between right and wrong.” (2:185) This is the month where we need to connect with the Qur’an for guidance on how to journey on the correct path in life. Be Devoted & Disciplined: Ramadan is a month of devotion and discipline. However, a level of devotion and discipline must be developed to do good deeds and stay away from those which take us away from Allah. Be conscious of what connects you and what disconnects you from Allah. You also need to have discipline in following a particular routine or schedule for Ramadan i.e. praying the night prayer, waking up for Suhoor, reciting Qur’an, making du’a, reading 5 daily Salah, making dhikr, giving in charity, and other voluntary acts. Make Your Prayer Meaningful: When we pray to Allah we have a one on one conversation with Him. Ramadan is a time where that conversation with Him deepens. “Whoever prayed at night in it (the month of Ramadan) out of sincere faith and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his previous sins will be forgiven.” (Bukhari). Pray in the month of Ramadan as if it is your last Ramadan and witness the internal change you will go through! 13


RAMADAN GUIDANCE

Seek Out The Night of Destiny: The blessed Laylatul Qadr can be found in any of the last 10 nights of Ramadan, which are the most blessed nights of the year. This night is important as it marked the beginning of the revelation of the Qur’an. This night can also change your destiny. What this means is that Allah’s decree for the year is decided on that night. And al-Nawawi said: the scholars said that it is called Laylat al-Qadr because on this night the angels write down the decrees for the year.

Ramadan is a month of sacrifice and struggle. It is a month where Allah wants our time, our health, our wealth, and our whole being.

Arrange Your Life Before Ramadan Begins: The followers of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to make du’a and anticipate that they reach the month of Ramadan, six months in advance of Ramadan beginning. It’s important that you arrange your life and anticipate this month so you may reap the blessings of it - if you fail to prepare, be prepared to fail! Make Your Best Du’a: The essence of worship is supplication to Allah. This whole month, Allah is willing and readily open to accept all that we ask of Him. It is only to our own loss and detriment that we lack in begging Allah for the things we need. There are certain things Allah loves to do, and one of them is to answer the supplications of His servants who call unto Him. Use Ramadan as a month to seek from Allah what you need and want in this life and the next. Be Grateful Always: The secret to an increase in barakah from Allah is to be thankful for it. The first word in the first surah of the Qur’an is Alhamdulillah. Be thankful for all that we have in every aspect, even the basic things we neglect and take for granted. Through fasting in this month we build an appreciation of the food, water and shelter we have in life. Show your gratitude through giving in charity in this holy month. 14


Be thankful for all that we have in every aspect, even the basic things we neglect and take for granted.

Remember, Ramadan is a glimpse of the person that you can be every single day.

Reconnect With The Sunnah: Allah has proclaimed the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) as His beloved. If we follow the Sunnah and show a resemblance, then we can also gain the focus of Allah. Particularly follow the Sunnah acts, which the Prophet (peace be upon him) performed in Ramadan. As he (peace be upon him) is the best example, anything we aim to implement that the Prophet (peace be upon him) did, will also be the best!

Challenge Your Inner Self: Allah says in the Qur’an, “Never will you attain the good reward until you spend in the way of Allah from that which you love. And whatever you spend - indeed, Allah is Knowing of it.” (3:92). These ayah in the Qur’an reflect the importance of sacrifice and challenging your inner trials in life. That when you give of what you love the most, whether it be wealth, giving up your ego or pride, passing on your possessions, Allah will give you the good reward - the one you really need and want!

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RAMADAN GUIDANCE RAMADAN APP DOWNLOAD FOR CONTENT

Access your personal online Knowledge Base in the Ramadan Legacy mobile app free to download on iOS and Android. Including powerful content on the rules of Ramadan, nutrition, fitness and a dedicated sisters section too!

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THE JOURNEY OF RAMADAN EXPLAINED As you’ve already read before in this Ramadan Legacy Planner, Ramadan is a journey towards Allah. That journey is made of several parts. We would like to explain to you what the important parts of Ramadan are and inspire you to immerse yourself in the beauty of this month. 1. The Conditions of Ramadan In the month of Ramadan conditions change both spiritually and physically. “When the month of Ramadan comes, the gates of Paradise are opened, the gates of Hell are closed, and the devils are chained up.” (Bukhari) This gives us ample opportunity to understand our own internal struggles as the wrongdoings that occur in Ramadan are from ourselves and our inner trials. In this month we also undergo a physical transformation as we are abstaining from food, drink and other activities. We feel different - we feel tired but we also feel a strong sense of willpower too! 2. Ramadan Begins With Taraweeh Ramadan also comes with a beautiful new addition to a Muslim’s daily routine – Taraweeh. It is a breathtaking scene when one sees men, women and children hurrying to the mosques. The Taraweeh prayer is one of the first acts of worship that Muslims perform when Ramadan begins. These prayers, held each night in Ramadan, only come around once a year and therefore it’s important to devote your time to attending the prayer but also implementing practices to understand what is being recited! Check our our Taraweeh tips section for more! 3). Your First Suhoor It was narrated that Anas ibn Maalik (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Eat suhoor, for in suhoor there is blessing.” (Bukhari). There are numerous blessings in eating something during the time of suhoor. Firstly we are given strength to worship Allah and to perform our devoted acts of worship during the day. It also encourages us to fast more throughout the month as it helps to ease the fast. Secondly, suhoor is a beautiful time to wake up as it’s before the Fajr congregation. This also happens to be the last third of the night which is a spiritually rewarding time for doing good acts of worship.

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RAMADAN GUIDANCE

“A person who has been given the opportunity to be present in this month can take this as a sign that Allah has given them another opportunity to draw closer to Him and earn His paradise, through worship, in this month.”

4. Fasting & Doing Good Deeds The next stage you embark upon in Ramadan is fasting through the day itself. Fasting generates Taqwa (God consciousness). It is the key which unlocks all the doors leading to the blessings which the Qur’an has to offer: honour; prosperity and freedom (from fear and anxiety of the world); success; Paradise and; Allah’s good pleasure in the life to come. No time for fasting other than in Ramadan could have made Taqwa such a potent force. 5. Connecting With The Qur’an “Oh mankind, there has come to you a protection from your Lord and a healing for what is in your hearts and for those who believe, a guidance, a mercy.” (10:57) The Qur’an was sent to heal us and in it are the answers to all of our problems. Connect with the Qur’an in this month in a way that speaks to you the most. Aim to understand a part of it, what it means and how you can bring benefits from it to your life. Drawing closer to Allah means drawing closer to His book. 6. Remembrance During Iftar It is important to remember that when you break your fast you have an opportunity to ask Allah for what you need and desire as Allah never rejects the du’a of a person who has fasted sincerely. The time of breaking the fast is a time when prayers are answered, because it is the end of an act of worship and because a person is usually at his weakest when breaking his fast. The greater a person’s sense of helplessness and weakness is, the closer he is to humility before Allah. Iftar is also a moment where we begin to appreciate the food we have in life. This is emphasised through the reward of feeding a fasting person who does not have food.

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“The blessed month of Ramadan is full of golden hours, descending upon us it’s blessed moments. It summons us as Muslims, to an intense and sustained month of fasting and prayer; of worship and obedience; of devotion and discipline; all centred on the Qur’an which was sent down in this very month.”

“He who gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will receive the same reward as him, without nothing being reduced from the fasting person’s reward.” (Tirmidhi) 7. Seeking The Night of Destiny Most people understand that Laylatul-Qadr is the night when the Qur’an was sent down and that worshipping Allah in this night is better than 1,000 months of worship. This night is also one where the angel Jibreel himself descends down on to earth alongside all of the other angels. Ibn Katheer said: “A battalion of angels come down with Jibreel and they enter every Masjid, and approach every believer who is in worship and give him Salaam.” The long journey the angels and Jibreel take, just to give Salaam to the believers - what an honour! 8. Give From What You Love Giving charity is of greater benefit to the one who gives it, than to the one who receives it. It is a means of purifying our wealth, increasing our faith and attaining righteousness. Charity is a large component of Ramadan and is a time where individuals give: Fidya; Kaffarah; Sadaqah and; Zakat. Giving in charity also allows us to express our faith. To truly taste the sweetness of faith, we must like for our brothers and sisters what we like for ourselves. “The Prophet (peace be upon him) was the most charitable amongst the people, and he used to be more so in the month of Ramadan when Jibreel used to meet him on every night of Ramadan till the end of the month.” (Bukhari)

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RAMADAN GUIDANCE RAMADAN DU’AS “After” breaking fast during Iftar

Transliteration Dhahaba al-zama’ wa abtalat al-‘urooq wa thabata al-ajr in sha Allaah Translation Thirst has gone, the arteries are moist, and the reward is sure, if Allah wills. Commentary Marwan ibn Salim al-Muqaffa’ said: I saw Ibn Umar holding his beard with his hand and cutting what exceeded the handful of it. He (Ibn Umar) said that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said when he broke his fast: Thirst has gone, the arteries are moist, and the reward is sure, if Allah wills. (Sunan Abu Dawud – Hassan)

During Last 10 Days of Ramadan

Transliteration Allahumma innaka ‘afuwwun, tuhibbul-‘afwa, fa’fu ‘anni Translation O Allah, You are Most Forgiving, and You love forgiveness; so forgive me Commentary ‘Aishah (May Allah be pleased with her) reported: I asked: “O Messenger of Allah! If I realize Laylat-ul-Qadr (Night of Decree), what should I supplicate in it?” He (peace be upon him) replied, “You should supplicate: Allahumma innaka ‘afuwwun, tuhibbul-‘afwa, fa’fu ‘anni (O Allah, You are Most Forgiving, and You love forgiveness; so forgive me).” (At-Tirmidhi) 20


Most Often Recited By Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)

Transliteration Allahumma atina fid-dunya hasanatan, wa fil-akhirati hasanatan, wa qina ‘adhab-annar Translation O Allah! Give us in this world that which is good and in the Hereafter that which is good, and save us from the punishment of the Fire Commentary Anas (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:The supplication most often recited by the Prophet (peace be upon him) was: “Allahumma atina fid-dunya hasanatan, wa fil-akhirati hasanatan, wa qina ‘adhab-annar (O Allah! Give us in this world that which is good and in the Hereafter that which is good, and save us from the punishment of the Fire).” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim) Overcome Laziness In Ramadan

Transliteration Allahumma inni ‘audhubika min al-hammi wal huzani,wal ‘ajzi wal kasali, wal bukhli wa jubni, wa dala’ad-dayni wa ghalabatir-rijal Translation O Allah, I take refuge in You from anxiety and sorrow, weakness and laziness, miserliness and cowardice, the burden of debts and from being over-powered by men. Commentary In a hadith recorded in Abu Dawud, The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) had advised a resident of Madina to recite this du’a rto remove his sorrow and debts. (Al-Bukhari and Muslim) 21


RAMADAN GUIDANCE

Accept Du’a, Prayer & Forgiveness For Parents

Transliteration Rubbi j’alnee muqeem as-salati wa mindhuriyyati. Rubbana, wa taqabbal dua’. Rubbana ighfir li wa li walidayya wa lilmu’mineena yawma yaqoom ul-hisab Translation My Lord, make me an establisher of prayer, and [many] from my descendants. Our Lord, and accept my supplication. Our Lord, forgive me and my parents and the believers the Day the account is established. (14:40-41)

To Remember Allah

Transliteration Allahuma a’inni ‘aladhikrika washukrika wahusni‘ibadatik Translation O Allah, help me to remember You, to thank You, and to worship You in the best of manners. (Abu Dawud)

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Grant Entry Into Paradise

Transliteration Allahuma inni as-aluka al-jannata wa a’udhubika min an-nar. Translation O Allah, I ask You to grant me Paradise and I take refuge in You from the Fire. (Abu Dawud)

Asking Allah For Forgiveness

Transliteration Laa ‘ilaaha ‘illaa ‘Anta subhaanaka ‘innee kuntu minadh-dhaalimeen Translation There is none worthy of worship but You, glory is to You. Surely, I was among the wrongdoers. (At-Tirmidhi)

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PRACTICAL FOOTSTEPS FOR YOUR RAMADAN JOURNEY

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“The world is 3 days: As for yesterday, it has vanished along with all that was in it. As for tomorrow, you may never see it. As for today, it is yours, so work on it.� - Al-Hasan al-Basri

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TIPS TIPS ON RECITING QUR’AN IN RAMADAN Aim To Establish A Connection The rewards of reciting the Qur’an in Ramadan are significant but care must also be taken to learn what you are reciting. Connect to a story of the Qur’an that is the most inspiring to you and learn it. Quality always exceeds quantity.

The Qur’an has approximately 600 pages. If you divide it on 30 days, that is 20 pages a day. But, if you divide it through 5 prayers a day You only need to read 4 pages after every prayer in Ramadan.

Don’t be overwhelmed For some, as much as they aspire to complete the recitation of the Qur’an during Ramadan, the number of pages or the length of the Qur’an overwhelms them. Remove ‘I can’t’ from your vocabulary and eliminate negative thinking. You can finish the Qur’an but if you would like to focus on understanding it rather than only reciting it then this will increase you in knowledge. Plan ahead Structure a realistic plan, around your work hours, of how to complete the recitation of Qur’an within the month by dividing each Juz up per day. Draw up this personal plan, review it constantly, and put it into action! Be realistic with what you can achieve so you don’t let yourself down. Seize the Moment One of the best times at which to recite Qur’an, is after Suhoor. The Prophet (peace be upon him) asked Allah to bless our Ummah in the early hours, and you will also be more likely to memorise ayahs at this time.

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TARAWEEH TIPS Read Translation Read an English translation of the Qur’an every day. Usually in Taraweeh prayers the Imam covers 1 Juz and a bit of Qur’an every night. Spend some time to gain an understanding of the lessons behind shared through Allah’s words. Keep Calm & Don’t Eat Too Much Do not overfill your stomach at Iftar otherwise you will become lazy and sleepy for Taraweeh. Instead, eat your blessed food in small portions during and after Iftar. No Odour Foods Avoid eating strong odour foods and gaseous drinks during Iftar. You know why! Don’t Slouch Avoid slouching or lying down after Iftar as you tend to not get back up. Create An Atmosphere If you are praying Taraweeh in your home it is nice to light a candle and turn the lights off. This creates a nice focused and peaceful atmosphere. Arrange Your Affairs Make sure all your work is taken care of before you start your Taraweeh prayers as this will ensure your mind is clear and at peace when praying in the night. Look Good Feel Good Dress in your nicest and most comfortable clothes and wear perfume. Be Grateful Thank the Imam(s) for leading all the prayers and buy them a small personal gift from yourself for their efforts. 27


RAMADAN SURVIVAL Ramadan can be a physical, mental and spiritual challenge for any human being. The key is to face Ramadan with the right attitude and prepare for the challenge ahead.

What Can Go Wrong?

Tips on How to Survive!

Weakened Immune System

Have a children’s multi-vitamin at Suhoor to ensure your body obtains all its required nutrients.

Headaches

Tie a cloth tight around your head. This is a Sunnah!

Throat-ache

Avoid eating oily foods after Iftar before you go to sleep and sour flavoured foods during Suhoor.

Frustration

Plan your day ahead and identify at what times in the day you are active.

Workload Frustration

Body & Muscle Fatigue

Large Studyload

Dizziness

Stomach Burn

Break your day down into manageable chunks and block off time for cooling down and worshipping Allah. Perform light cardiovascular exercises. Study towards Iftar time and give yourself a small treat to motivate you to study.

Put your head between your legs to allow blood to rush to your brain.

Eat plenty of natural unsweetened yoghurt.

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CHARITY TYPES OF CHARITY IN RAMADAN Fidyah When someone cannot fast in Ramadan and can’t make up the lost days afterwards (for example, due to ill health or pregnancy) they should then pay for someone else to be fed. The present rate is £5 for each day that is missed (in the UK). This should provide one person with two meals or two persons with one meal. If someone misses all the fasts of Ramadan, it would amount to £150.

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “The best charity is that given in Ramadan.” (At-Tirmithi).

Kaffarah Kaffarah is the compensation that you should pay if you deliberately miss or break a fast in the month of Ramadan without a valid reason. To atone for the missed/intentionally broken fast, a person must fast continuously for 60 days. If they are unable to do that, they need to feed 60 poor people at a rate of £5 per person [cost of an average meal in the UK]. This amounts to £300 Kaffarah for each missed/intentionally broken fast. Sadaqah Sadaqah comes from the word sidq (sincerity), i.e. it is a sign of sincerity of faith on the part of the person who gives it. Giving regular sadaqah whether it be monetary or not helps to relieve your difficulties in life. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Every good deed is a charity.” (Bukhari) Zakat Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam and an act of worship in which we can gain Allah’s mercy. “My Mercy extends to all things. That (Mercy) I shall ordain for those who have God-consciousness and give their Zakat and those who believe in Our Signs.” (7:156). Visit this website to calculate how much zakat you should pay: http://zakatcalculator.co.uk/zakat/aboutzakat 29


PREPARATION FOR YOUR RAMADAN JOURNEY

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“And in sujood I found, what I had lost” - Various

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PREPARING FOR YOUR JOURNEY EXPLAINER PAGE We have created an inspirational and practical way for you to prepare for your Ramadan journey through completing five simple exercises . The following pages will provide you with examples on how to complete those exercises and then it is your turn to complete them before Ramadan begins!

Step 1: Write Your Ramadan Story The first step in your journey of Ramadan is knowing the story between yourself and Allah. The purpose of this exercise is to open up your mind, heart and soul and evaluate where you are at in your life. Step 2: Discover Your Spiritual Passions We all have various passions in life, but how many people spend time planning and discovering their spiritual passions i.e. the ones which will get them closer to Allah? This exercise is to inspire you to discover your Ramadan vision and goals. Step 3: Create A Master Du’a List Now you know where you are at with your faith and where you want to go, you are going to need some du’as to help you get there. Create a master du’a list not just for Ramadan but for the entire year ahead! Step 4: Set Your Ramadan Vision & Goals Setting a vision for Ramadan and goals allows your intentions to translate into reality. We’ve created a user-friendly and simple way for you to achieve your aspirations in Ramadan and a simple goals system to get you there. Step 5: Follow The 30-Day Ramadan Planner We’ve provided a daily structure for your Ramadan, all you have to do is learn and follow it! We cover all of the worship that’s important to perform in Ramadan and some gems of knowledge too!

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YOUR STORY EXPLAINER PAGE The first step in preparing for your journey of Ramadan is to write down your personal story ahonest with where you are are at currently with the strength of your faith.

An example is found below.

Since last Ramadan I feel I have developed a stronger sense of patience and accepting what _________________________________________________________ Allah has bestowed upon me, however I still feel a distance from Allah. Since last year I have _________________________________________________________ been tested with my own nafs and financially too. There were certain opportunities that I _________________________________________________________ wished to have however I was not able to achieve them. I believe that Allah is guiding me to the _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ opportunities which are right for me however I need to increase my certainty and strength and _________________________________________________________ willpower. _________________________________________________________ Alhamdulillah since last year I also got married which was a huge blessing in my life, I thank _________________________________________________________ Allah everyday for blessing me with someone of patience and strong virtue. I feel I need to _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ develop a stronger sense of Taqwa and organise my mind to be in sync with my heart. _________________________________________________________ I_________________________________________________________ want to grow into becoming a strong role model for my family when it comes to worldly and religious affairs, I have taken steps to do this but further steps are yet to be taken. _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ I_________________________________________________________ believe Allah is guiding me but I need to be more certain and move forward with barakah and belief and put my trust more in Allah’s hands.

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DISCOVER YOUR PASSIONS EXPLAINER PAGE This exercise below allows you to discover your spiritual passions once again! From learning arabic; planning to go on Hajj; becoming a role model in your life; becoming patient in life and much more! Take 90 seconds to write down your spiritual passions in life. Time yourself and let your mind flow.

An example is found below.

Start an Islamic studies course _________________________________________________________ Be able to pray with focus and intention _________________________________________________________ Save up and go on Umrah _________________________________________________________ Save up and go on Hajj _________________________________________________________ Visit the three holy mosques in the world _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Become a leader in my family To raise my child into a pious believer _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ To learn arabic so I can understand the Qur’an _________________________________________________________ Take two years out of my life to study the Qur’an Start an Islamic company or project to benefit the ummah _________________________________________________________ Be confident in practising Islam in public _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ To get married and have children that Allah is pleased with

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CREATE A MASTER DU’A LIST EXPLAINER PAGE “Du’a is a weapon of a believer, a pillar of religion, and a light of the heavens and the earth.” (Al-Hakim)

This exercise is to motivate you to keep Allah at the forefront of your aspirations in life. Write down a master list of all of the du’as you want to make this Ramadan. They can be in Arabic or English, whatever allows you to connect to Allah the most!

Forgiveness from the people I have wronged in the past _________________________________________________________ Forgiveness from not being my best for my family _________________________________________________________ Forgiveness for all of the sins I have committed and not following the sunnah _________________________________________________________ Guidance on what to do in life and asking Allah to help my with my decisions _________________________________________________________ For Allah to heal my heart and strengthen it to move forward in life _________________________________________________________ To bless my family, make us stick closer together _________________________________________________________ For light and mercy on the day of judgement _________________________________________________________ For barakah in my new business _________________________________________________________ To increase the impact of my charity work _________________________________________________________

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SET YOUR RAMADAN VISION & GOALS It’s important to set a vision for your Ramadan and the goals to help you achieve that vision. Our simple and easy Ramadan vision and goal setting technique will allow you to make significant change in and out with Ramadan. This three step system allows you to focus on one thing you want to develop in Ramadan and a simple action plan to help you achieve it.

Step 1 – Define Your “Ramadan Vision” What is the one thing you want to change about yourself or develop this Ramadan? Think about what is truly important to you at the current stage of your life. What is it that is missing from your character and knowledge? What has been your biggest pain point in character development or knowledge? Define your Ramadan Vision from these questions. Step 2 – Set Goals To Achieve Your Vision What goals will help you achieve your Ramadan Vision? You have already set the overall change you want to make. The next step is to set 3 simple goals that help you to achieve that change. You must break it down into manageable and achievable goals that require a daily action in Ramadan. Step 3 – Write Down Your Daily Actions What daily actions will you take in order to complete your goals and achieve your vision? Write down a daily action for each of the goals you have set. In each of the daily Ramadan days, set the action for the day and ensure you want to complete it!

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RAMADAN VISION & GOALS Ramadan Vision: Improve My Connection With Allah Through My Salah

Goal 1

Goal 2

Goal 3

Read a book on the virtues of salah

Learn the entire meaning of the salah through taking a course

Aim to practise praying extra prayers which I do not normally do

Daily Action

Daily Action

Daily Action

Set your daily action to achieve this goal in the 30 day planner section

Set your daily action to achieve this goal in the 30 day planner section

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Set your daily action to achieve this goal in the 30 day planner section


30 DAY RAMADAN JOURNEY PLANNER EXPLAINER “Knowledge without action is vanity, and action without knowledge is insanity.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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Read one chapter of my salah book ___________________________________________________________________ GOAL 2 DAILY ACTION

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knowledge card You Will Be Asked First About Your Prayers

Learned

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, “The first matter that the slave will be brought to account for on the Day of Judgment is the prayer. If it is sound, then the rest of his deeds will be sound. And if it is bad, then the rest of his deeds will be bad.� (al- Tabarani) This hadith emphasises how the prayer is the foundation for all of our good actions and deeds. Establishing the prayer is a prerequisite to the acceptance of our fasting, our Zakat, our Hajj and all of our other good actions and deeds in life. With the prayer, we can never fail.

Action: Take stock of how many prayers you pray on average each day in Ramadan and outwith Ramadan and find the time, opportunity and environment to pray your mandatory prayers and voluntary prayers too.

daily deed Volunteer to help make or serve the food at Iftar whether you are at home or the Mosque

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STEP 1

WRITE YOUR RAMADAN STORY

What is your story with Allah? Follow the example as given previously and write your story down below.

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STEP 2

WHAT ARE YOUR SPIRITUAL PASSIONS? What truly inspires you to come closer to Allah and become motivated towards doing good acts for Him? Follow the example as given previously and write your spiritual passions below. Time yourself and take 90 seconds to do this!

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STEP 3

CREATE YOUR MASTER DU’A LIST Ask what you want from Allah and don’t be shy! What are those key needs, wants and desires you wish from Allah this Ramadan? Follow the example as given previously and create your master du’a list below!

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STEP 4

SET YOUR RAMADAN VISION & GOALS

Ramadan Vision:

Goal 1

Goal 2

Goal 3

Daily Action

Daily Action

Daily Action

Set your daily action to achieve this goal in the 30 day planner section

Set your daily action to achieve this goal in the 30 day planner section

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Set your daily action to achieve this goal in the 30 day planner section


NIGHT BEFORE RAMADAN PREPARATION Ramadan always approaches us fast and then hits us in the face! We scurry around thinking what to do and when to do it. We have provided three simple steps to keep you right before Ramadan begins! It Starts at Maghrib The month of Ramadan technically begins at Maghrib on the night before your first fast, if the moon is sighted of course! Taraweeh prayers are held at the local mosque to start the first Taraweeh prayer and after the prayer you begin fasting after Fajr. Get Your Timetables Get a timetable for Ramadan from your local mosque or local organisation so that you know what the fasting times are for the month and the prayer times too. Do All Your Prep Complete this section of the Ramadan Planner, make sure you have set out what you want to eat for Suhoor and mentally prepare for the month ahead :) Mini Checklist Format Prepared all clothing for Ramadan. Prepared morning and evening meal ideas. Got some nice perfume. Made intention to please Allah and worship him in abundance. Set a plan for Ramadan for the family. Set goals for Ramadan (available on next page). Set all alarm clocks and routines.

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THE FIRST 10 DAYS OF RAMADAN STARTS NOW

Get ready. Set. Go!

“Ramadan is a marathon, not a sprint”

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 1 “Knowledge without action is vanity, and action without knowledge is insanity.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card You Will Be Asked First About Your Prayers

Learned

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, “The first matter that the slave will be brought to account for on the Day of Judgment is the prayer. If it is sound, then the rest of his deeds will be sound. And if it is bad, then the rest of his deeds will be bad.� (al- Tabarani) This hadith emphasises how the prayer is the foundation for all of our good actions and deeds. Establishing the prayer is a prerequisite to the acceptance of our fasting, our Zakat, our Hajj and all of our other good actions and deeds in life. With the prayer, we can never fail.

Action: Take stock of how many prayers you pray on average each day in Ramadan and outwith Ramadan and find the time, opportunity and environment to pray your mandatory prayers and voluntary prayers too.

daily deed Volunteer to help make or serve the food at Iftar whether you are at home or the Mosque

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 2 “Knowledge exists potentially in the human soul like the seed in the soil; by learning the potential becomes actual.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Prayer Lays The Foundation To Becoming A Believer

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Transliteration Alladhīna hum fī ṣālātihim khāshiʿūna Translation - Those who are humble in their prayers, (23:2) In Surah Al-Mu’minun, Allah gives the recipe for success on how we can win to become believers. Allah gives the recipe in the following order. “The believers must (eventually) win through: those who humble themselves in their prayers; who avoid vain talk; who are active in deeds of charity; who abstain from sex except with those joined to them in the marriage bond ……” Notice that the very first ingredient emphasised is humbling yourself in prayer. This stresses the importance that prayer is the first step in becoming successful and becoming a believer in Allah’s eyes. Action: Throughout Ramadan and outwith aim to humble yourself through your prayers through being vigilant of your actions and being intentional about the movements and recitation in your prayer.

daily deed When preparing food for Iftar keep aside a separate portion and offer it to your neighbours whether Muslim or Non-Muslim.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 3 “Using his powers to attain to knowledge can raise him up to the ranks of Angels. Following desire he is brought down to the level of beasts.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Lack of Prayer Leads You To The Hellfire

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Transliteration Qālū lam naku mina l-muṣallīn Translation - They will answer, ‘We were not among those who prayed’ (74:43) In Surah Al-Muddaththir from verses 38 to 47 Allah (swt) explains how the people who enter Jannah inquire about those people who entered the hellfire. The Qur’an says in each ayah: 38 Every soul will be (held) in pledge for its deeds. 39 except the companions of the right hand. 40 They will be in gardens of delight and they will question each other. 41 and (ask) of the sinners. 42 “What led you into Hell Fire?” 43 They will say: “We were not of those who prayed”

Action: Analyse your prayer schedule and try and pinpoint the prayers in your daily routine that you tend to miss whether it be Fajr or Asr or any other prayer. Understand why you miss the prayer and take actionable steps to ensure you don’t miss it again :)

daily deed Donate something you have either to the local Islamic Institution, a charity or Mosque so that they may reap benefits from it.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 4 “Dear seeker, you will not be able to rise to carry out the commands of Allah until you monitor your heart and limbs in every moment and every breath.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card The Two Parts of Worship: Part 1 Is Hanifiyyah

Learned

Ibadah (worship) has two parts: The first is to turn away from everything in the world. It is to ensure that your heart is not attached to money, relationships, desires, or any such thing. This is known as hanifiyyah. The second part of ‘ibadah is to surrender fully to Allah and this is known as islam. Ibrahim ‘alayh as-Salam came and explained hanifiyyah and islam. Refer to Surah an-Nahl verse 123. Hanafiyyah is to realize wholly that nothing in this Universe can remain, harm, or benefit you except Allah. You must ensure that you are in this state when praying as you need to detach from the world and attach yourself to Allah! Action: Read the translation of Surah al-An’am 76-79 where Ibrahim ‘alayh as-Salam demonstrates Hanafiyyah again through advising people not to worship the stars.

daily deed Invite someone who is not your friend over for Iftar. Building bridges with the unexpected takes you further in life.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 5 “The corruption of religions comes from turning them to mere words and appearances.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card The Two Parts of Worship: Part 2 Is Islam

Learned

Once Ibrahim ‘alayh as-Salam realizes the inherently temporal nature of this world, he also realizes that he must focus wholly on Allah. The next step for Ibrahim ‘alayh as-Salam was to surrender and submit himself to Allah – Islam. What is submission? Allah commands Ibrahim to leave his father and he does so. Allah commands Ibrahim to leave his wife and newborn son in the middle of the desert and he does so. Allah commands Ibrahim to take his only son and sacrifice him for Allah so he does so. When Ibrahim saw the vision to sacrifice his son he asked Isma’il, the son, about it and he followed Allah’s command. Submission means that once you know your Lord then whatever you are commanded is your greatest interest. This is what ‘ibadah means – to turn away from everything but Allah (hanifiyyah) and then to surrender and submit to Him alone (Islam). Action: Ultimate submission to Allah is through the prayer, the next time you pray keep this in mind, that you are submitting to his will and his way!

daily deed If you know of anyone who is sick, even if you do not know their family well then visit them and give them your peace.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 6 “Advice is easy, what is difficult is accepting it, for it is bitter in taste.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card When You Pray You Are In Allah’s Company

Learned

There is nothing that the people have been given that is more precious than the prayer itself. No messenger, Prophet, or chosen person has received anything better than prayer. There is no dhikr (remembrance) that is more precious than prayer. Some people claim to have secret religious knowledge but even that means nothing in front of the prayer. When people pray they are in Allah’s company. When you do other ‘ibadaat (acts of worship) you could be close to Allah but it doesn’t compare to being in His company. Thus, if you want to become chosen or be made specifically for Allah then perform the prayer. Action: Aim to establish the prayer and pray knowing that you are in the company of Allah.

daily deed Motivate someone to achieve their dreams and let them know you’ll always be there for them.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 7 “Al-Ghazali was asked, “What is the ruling of the one who left prayer?” He replied, “The ruling is for you to take them along with you to the mosque.” Be a caller, not a judge.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card The Prayer Is The Only Pillar That Has To Be Performed UndisturbedPerformed Undisturbed

Learned

A beautiful fact about the prayer is its significance, reference and nature compared to the other pillars of Islam. Establishing the prayer and the prayer itself is where we submit fully to Allah as we are not allowed to speak, eat, drink or perform a variety of actions during the prayer other than the actions and words of the prayer itself. When giving Zakat, fasting in Ramadan and performing Hajj, these basic actions are allowed however the prayer is the pillar where there is absolute full submission to Allah (swt) and we shut out everything else in our lives. This is the significance, benefits and status of prayer in Islam. Action: Completely shut off everything else in your life the next time you are praying. Take a few minutes before the prayer to expel everything out of your mind and heart except Allah and then pray!

daily deed Smiling is contagious and is an act of charity. Pick today to be your smiling day and smile at everyone you encounter.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 8 “The tongue is very small and light but it can take you to the greatest heights and it can put you in the lowest depths.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card The First Thing All Prophets Were Commanded To Do Was Pray

Learned

“If there is nothing more important in one’s life than prayer then why do we ignore it; why do we neglect it and why do we not enjoy it? There is nothing more important in the life of a believer than the prayer (salah). If someone says Islam is the prayer they are not wrong as prayer is the best way to turn to Allah. We have been created to turn to Allah alone (hanifiyyah) and to submit to Him (Islam). Prayer combines both of these aspects. This is why the first thing commanded to all the Prophets, Messengers and their followers is the prayer” – Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi

Action: Aim to prioritise the prayer in your life this Ramadan and beyond Ramadan, placing it at the heart and core of your daily life.

daily deed Put together a basket of treats for someone for Iftar. This may be someone who has suffered hardship recently.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 9 “Soft words soften the hearts that are harder than rock, harsh words harden hearts that are softer than silk.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Allah Spoke To The Prophet Musa Directly About The Prayer

Learned

In Surah Ta-Ha, we are told of the story of Musa ‘alayh as-Salam and how he had a direct conversation with Allah. It must be noted that he was the only Prophet to have a direct conversation with Allah on the Earth. The significance of this story is that Allah made Musa specifically for Himself and He had guided Musa directly to Mount Tur so that He can whisper to him privately. The commentary behind the Qur’an mentions that Allah whispered to Musa he did not speak. The importance of the build up to this story is to understand that this environment and circumstance is a huge deal. Shouldn’t we be interested in what is being whispered to Musa? It must have been something incredibly important! It’s God Himself whispering to someone He holds dear to Him in complete isolation! And what did Allah (swt) say to Musa when he first spoke to him? “Indeed, I am Allah. There is no deity except Me, so worship Me and establish prayer for My remembrance.” (Surah Ta-Ha, Verse 14) Action: Read the english translation and meaning Surah Ta-Ha and find a video online explaining the tafseer of this Surah in order to reap in the meaning of this beautiful story.

daily deed Meet up with an old friend and build a relationship up with them again.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 10 “The hypocrite looks for faults; the believer looks for excuses.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Establishing The Prayer vs. Just Praying

Learned

It is important to note than when Allah speaks to Musa ‘alayh as-Salam’ he does not say to him to perform the action of prayer, or complete the prayer, or recite the prayer but the wording used by Allah is “Establish the Prayer”. Rather, it means to have the athan, to do wudu’, pray with sincerity and khushoo, and to pray properly in congregation if possible. The prayer has to be a foundation in your life in order for the rest of your life to be accepted and successful. Allah is not withholding of knowledge that is relevant to bringing us closer to Him. If there was any other way to come close to Allah then He would have informed us of it. However, there is no other way. The only way to come close to Allah is to pray. If you want to be chosen by Allah, be you a man or a woman, then you must pray. Action: Reflect on whether your prayer is an action in your life or a thing you have to do or whether it is firmly grounded as a foundation in your life. Think and be truthful with yourself.

daily deed Create a thank you video for all your friends who have been there for you.

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REFLECTION PAGE RAMADAN REFLECTION Use this page to re-lect on how your Ramadan is going so far and what you can do to make your Ramadan better! Â

Take a moment to re-lect on how you feel.

My Best Deed/ Action So Far

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SECOND 10 DAYS RAMADAN

“Fasting is not only of the stomach but the eyes, the tongue, the ears, the hands, the feet and every part of your body that you can sin with.”

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 11 “Declare your jihad on thirteen enemies you cannot see egoism, arrogance, conceit, selfishness, greed, lust, intolerance, anger, lying, cheating, gossiping and slandering. If you can master and destroy them, then you will be ready to fight the enemy you can see.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Allah Spoke To The Prophet Muhammad About The Prayer

Learned

Continuing on from the previous daily knowledge card. Allah also spoke directly to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him) about the prayer however this was during the night of ascension. According to Hadith reports, Gabriel took the Prophet at night from the Ka’bah to the mosque in Jerusalem on a buraq. On reaching Jerusalem the Prophet along with other Prophets offered Prayers. (Al-Nasa’i) Gabriel then took him to the heavens and the Prophet met several great Prophets in different heavenly spheres. (Al-Nasa’i) Finally, he reached the highest point in the heavens and was graced with an experience of the Divine Presence. On that occasion the Prophet received a number of directives including that Prayers were obligatory (eventually) five times a day. (AlBukhari) Allah brought the Prophet Muhammad all the way up to heavens to speak to him about the prayer. This is the significance of prayer. Action: Read the story of the Night of Ascension (Isra and Miraj: The Miraculous Night Journey) which is also covered in Surah Al-Isra.

daily deed Donate all your old unwanted clothes to a charity.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 12 “We are creatures that love to blame the external, not realizing that the problem is usually internal.” - Imam Ghazali

My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card The Meaning Behind The Revelation Of The Qur’an

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When Allah commanded the Prophet (peace be upon him) to “read” in the first revelation it was absolutely not a general message. People may like to think that the Qur’an came about to bring general intellectual knowledge but that is simply not true. The Qur’an was addressing a specific need of the Prophet. The Prophet was visiting the Cave of Hira for months because he felt the urge to worship Allah but is unable to do so. Therefore, the first revelation was a response to this need of the Prophet and it was commanding the Prophet on how to worship Allah. Thus, it clarified that worship is by reading the Qur’an in the prayer.

Action: Establish a routine of reading the Qur’an in your life whether it be after Fajr in the morning, before you go to work or at night. Your relationship with the Qur’an will benefit your relationship with your prayer.

daily deed Help your parents out with the housework by cooking, cleaning and general household work.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 13 “The first stage of sincerity is that your private and public state should be the same.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Maryam’s Significance In The Emphasis of Prayer

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Maryam ‘alayh as-Salam was also chosen much like Musa ‘alayh as-Salam. She is preferred over all of womankind. “And [mention] when the angels said, ‘O Mary, indeed Allah has chosen you and purified you and chosen you above the women of the worlds.’” (3:42. This is how Maryam ‘alayh as-Salam is being introduced so what comes next must definitely be of significance! What follows must be connected to all of this and must give us an idea of why she has been chosen over all of womankind. “[The Angels said,] ’O Mary, be devoutly obedient to your Lord and prostrate and bow with those who bow [in prayer].’” (3:43) Maryam is immediately being told to pray in congregation. There is no ayah between this and the previous one meaning the two are interconnected.

Action: Aim to visit these verses in the Qur’an, read them in Arabic and in your native language if you can, and internalise the meaning of what is being commanded by Allah.

daily deed Write a letter to your mother or guardian thanking them for all their efforts.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 14 “Desires make slaves out of kings and patience makes kings out of slaves.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Maryam’s Significance In The Emphasis of Prayer

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The ability to concentrate in Prayer may be improved by undertaking adequate psychological, mental and physical preparation before the Prayer and by utilising certain techniques whilst performing the Prayer. Rid your mind of all evil thoughts and ideas. (107:4-6) Keep your mind free of worldly worries and engagements. Plan what surah’s you are going to recite. Pray in a pure physical state. Perform your wudu with care and perfection. (5:6)

Action: Make a small checklist of things you should do in preparation for prayer to get you in the habit of preparing for the prayer with excellence!.

daily deed Set up a small Islamic circle for a few hours with your friends.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 15 “If you see an unbeliever, say, “I don’t know, maybe he will become a Muslim … and Allah could cause me to go astray, so that I become of the unbelievers ... so tomorrow this person might be of the ones drawn close [to Allah], and I of the distant ones!” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card What Is The Meaning of Khushoo & How Do We Achieve It?

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The definition of Khushoo is to feel humbled and overwhelmed in such a manner that the body exhibits the signs of this fear. Here are some simple steps! PREREQUISITES FOR KHUSHOO Change of Lifestyle: Leaving sins and haram, increase in practice of sunan, decrease in vain and unnecessary indulgences, increase in recitation and study of the Qur’an Preparation for Salah: Be on time, do wudhu properly, use a miswak, prat at the masjid, do the athan, be in congregation, relax, ask for Allah’s help! While performing Salah: Keep eyes fixed at prescribed places, observe the postures of Salah properly, focus on meaning of what is recited in Salah Action: Go through the above checklist before you next pray and try and meet as many prerequisites as possible!

daily deed Do du’a for all those who are close to you in the depths of the night.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 16 “Half of disbelief in God in the world is caused by people who made religion look ugly due to their bad conduct and ignorance.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Why Do We Begin With Takbeer?

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The first action in the prayer is to lift our hands and recite, “Allah hu Akbar” Allah is the Greatest. Have you ever wondered why we do this? There are many significances to this initial action and recitation but exploring it depth is key to understanding the meaning of the prayer. Reciting Allah is the Greatest does not just declare your belief in Allah and that he is the greatest, it’s declaring that Allah is greater than any other event, circumstance or situation in your life at that very point in time. It is your prayer to Allah that is the greatest action and no other action or distraction at that point in time is more greater nor more important than performing the prayer. Allah is the Greatest, greater than everything else happening in my life right now. Action: The next time you pray and begin with Allah hu Akbar, say it like you mean it, and internalise the meaning of this word and action.

daily deed Sitting after Fajr remembering Allah until sunrise: “Whoever prays Fajr in congregation, then sits remembering Allah until sunrise, then prays 2 rakats of salat has a complete reward of (Nafil) Hajj and Umrah.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 17 “As I look back on my life, I realize that every time I thought I was being rejected from something good; I was actually being redirected to something better. You must convince your heart that whatever God has decreed is most appropriate and most beneficial for you.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card The Meaning Behind The Opening Supplication

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One of the authentic opening supplications in the prayer is the following: “Subhana kalla humma wa bihamdika wa tabarakasmuka wa ta’ala jadduka wa la ilaha ghairuk” “How perfect You are O Allah, and I praise You. Blessed be Your name, and lofty is Your position and none has the right to be worshipped except You.” The opening word Subhana means glorify Allah. But the root word of Subhana is Sabaha which actually means to swim with your head above the water. What does swimming have to do with praising? Essentially we are proclaiming that Allah is above and beyond anything else. This re-emphasises the opening takbeer where we say “Allah is the Greatest”. Action: The next time you pray and begin with this supplication, say it like you mean it, and internalise the meaning of this opening supplication.

daily deed Asking Allah to forgive ALL Muslims.“Whoever seeks forgiveness for believing men and believing woman, Allah will write for him a good deed for each believing man and believing woman.”

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 18 “It is the states of the heart, the place of our intentions, that holds us accountable.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Further Meaning Behind The Opening Supplication

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One of the opening supplications in the prayer is the following: “Subhana kalla humma wa bihamdika wa tabarakasmuka wa ta’ala jadduka wa la ilaha ghairuk” “How perfect You are O Allah, and I praise You. Blessed be Your name, and lofty is Your position and none has the right to be worshipped except You.” In the second sentence, “Blessed be Your Name”. We are introduced to the concept of Barakah. The word barakah means blessing and something which lasts for a very long time. Why do we say Allah’s name is blessed? To show that Allah is the source of all blessings. How do we access the blessings of Allah? We recite his beautiful names. Action: Aim to understand the 99 names of Allah and internalise their meanings into your life.

daily deed Be extra complimentary to every single person you meet today.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 19 “Never have I dealt with anything more difficult than my own soul, sometimes it helps me and sometimes it opposes me.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Why Do We Go Into Bowing Prostration (Ruku’)

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Subhaana Rabbi Al-Azeem Praise to my Lord, the Great Before we go into the ruku’, the bowing action, we say Allah hu Akbar again - why do we do that? This is to refocus and tell ourselves that Allah is still greater than anything else at this moment in time. The word Azeem means something to be strong, firm, constantly solid, reliable, stable, unshakeable. How absolutely perfect is my lord - the one who is constantly strong firm and solid. We put ourselves in a vulnerable position in this position as we are bowing down we are in a physical position where we are vulnerable with our heads down, our knees weakened and our backs heavy. This is a sign of our vulnerability and showing Allah that we are bowing to him and submit to him too. We are vulnerable and he is the mighty. Action: The next time you to into ruku’ in your prayer, take some time to internalise the position you are in and what you are saying.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 20 “If we had perfect power to determine our destinies, and perfect vision to see the future and know what is best for us, we would choose exactly the fate that Allah has chosen for us.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Why Do We Stand Up After Ruku’ & What Does It Mean?

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Sami’a Allahu liman ‘hamidah (Allah listens to whoever praises Him) Then we say Allahumma Rabbana wa Lakal Hamd. (O Allah) Our Lord, (and) for You is all praise The beauty of this action of the prayer is that we are making du’a for ourselves. After ruku’ we say that Allah listens for those people who praises him. Straight after we say this we then praise Allah. (O Allah) Our Lord, (and) for You is all praise. Essentially here we are making a du’a for ourselves for Allah to praise us! Action: The next time you stand up from ruku’ in your prayer, take some time to internalise the wording and what you are saying.

daily deed Send a message out to all your contacts sharing a good Islamic video, quote or image to inspire them in Ramadan.

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REFLECTION PAGE RAMADAN REFLECTION Use this page to re-lect on how your Ramadan is going so far and what you can do to make your Ramadan better! Â

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THIRD 10 DAYS RAMADAN PREPARING FOR THE NIGHT OF POWER: LAYLAT AL-QADR “Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) used to practice Itikaf in the last ten nights and would say: ‘Seek out Lailatul-Qadr in the (odd nights) of the last ten days of Ramadan.” (Bukhari, Muslim) Points to Consider in the Worship Plan 1) Remain in I’tikaf: The best way of catching the blessed night is to remain in I’tikaf, which both men and women can do. If you can’t manage 10 nights then do as many as you can! 2) Worship throughout all the 10 nights: As Ramadan can be 29 or 30 days Laylat al-Qadr can be any of the last 10 nights in Ramadan. 3) Best dua of the last 10 nights: Allahumma innaka ‘afuwwun, tuhibbul-’afwa, fa’fu ‘anni (O Allah, You are Most Forgiving, and You love forgiveness; so forgive me).” (AtTirmidhi). 4) Give charity: Any good act such as charity during Laylatul Qadr is rewarded like you have carried it out for over 83 years. 5) Complete all tasks beforehand: This way, we are free to worship during the 10 nights without being distracted by worldly tasks. 6) No time wasting: There will be indeed an utter loss and regret for those of us who waste these blessed 10 nights. 7) Making life changes: We should make the necessary changes to improve ourselves as Muslims and what better time to make such changes than during this blessed period. Quote: Any good act such as charity during Laylatul Qadr is rewarded like you have done it for over 83 years.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 21 “People count with self-satisfaction the number of times they have recited the name of God on their prayer beads, but they keep no beads for reckoning the number of idle words they speak.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Every Sujood Brings Your Closer To Paradise

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Subhaanah Rabbi il A’la Praise to my Lord, the Highest In sujood we talk about how high Allah is, we recite Subhaanah Rabbi il A’la. There’s nothing more humiliating that putting your face on the ground where all the dust and other feet have been there. But in this position when we are at our lowest, we respect that Allah is the highest. The Prophet (peace be upon him) prostrate much because there is no Muslim that prostrates to God except that Allah raises him one degree in Paradise by it and forgives for him a sin.” (Ahmad) It means that with each and every Sajdah, Allah raises one to the higher stage of the Paradise till one reaches in rank up to Jannatul Firdous (the Greatest Level in Heaven). Action: The next time you are in sujood take some time down there to internalise and reflect how mighty and great Allah is in your life.

daily deed Write out handwritten Eid cards to your closest friends and family.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 22 “One departs from the station of patience through anxiety, exaggeration of complaint, making an exhibition of sorrow, possessions and food.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Raise Your Rank Between The Two Sujood’s

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Between the first and second sujood there is a du’a that you can recite. The du’a in English is “O Allah, forgive me, have mercy upon me, guide me, enrich me, give me health, grant me sustenance and raise my rank”. What is beautiful about this du’a is that it reflects the etiquette and stages of how we should respond and make du’a to Allah. First we ask for forgiveness, mercy, guidance, fix our affairs, better health, give us benefit and raise our ranks. The etiquette of du’a as a whole is the same: first we praise Allah, then ask for forgiveness, then ask for guidance, fix our problems in life, health and then we ask for everything else that raises us in rank. Action: Visit islamqa.info/en/176496 for the variety of du’as you can recite here between the two sujood’s.

daily deed Be a charity warrior for the day! Go out into the public and help as many people as you can!

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 23 “Do not allow your heart to take pleasure with the praises of people nor be saddened by their condemnation.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card The Significance of the Tashahhud

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The Tashahhud is the name given to the section of the prayer where you first sit and recite, “Al-Tahiyyaatu Lillaahi wa’l-salawaatu wa’l-tayyibaat ….” The beauty of this section of the prayer is that it emphasizes unity amongst the global Muslim community. The section of the du’a where you recite “Al-salaamu ‘alaynaa wa ‘ala ‘ibaad-illaah il-saaliheen” means “May peace be now upon us and the slaves of Allah”. The reason why it says may peace be now upon us is to emphasise unity. Here we make du’a for ourselves but also for all of the other righteous Muslims in the world. In turn, all the other Muslims in the world are making du’a for you too! The Tashahhud we refer to is the Tashahhud of Ibn Masud which is one of the authentic Tashahhud’s in the prayer. Action: When reciting this part of the prayer, internalise this section specifically and reflect on whether you are being a righteous Muslim or not.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 24 “Verily the soul becomes accustomed to what you accustom it to. That is to say: what you at first burden the soul with becomes nature to it in the end.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Salutations To The Prophet Muhammad

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In the prayer there is an entire segment dedication to giving salutations to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Which shows his significance. It also emphasises the importance of gratitude towards Allah and the people he sends us to make us better. Meaning we have not thanked people unless we have thanked Allah and this section is us thanking the Prophet for everything he has done for us. The word Muhammad actually means to praise constantly. O Allah, send prayers upon Muhammad and the followers of Muhammad, just as You sent prayers upon Ibrahim ‘alayh as-Salam and upon the followers of Ibrahim ‘alayh as-Salam. Verily, You are full of praise and majesty. O Allah, send blessings upon Muhammad and upon the family of Muhammad, just as You sent blessings upon Ibrahim and upon the family of Ibrahim. Verily, You are full of praise and majesty. Action: Encourage yourself to send salutations to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) regularly throughout the day and after the prayer.

daily deed Help to raise money for your favourite charity by advertising on social media.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 25 “To get what you love, you must first be patient with what you hate.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Remember Your Mother In The Final Sitting

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In the final section of the prayer we recite two verses from the Qur’an (14:40-41). The English translation is below. What’s special about this recitation is the du’a that you recite and how it related to your mother. In the section where we ask for forgiveness for our parents, we recite ‘Walidain’. This word in root arabic means focusing on the mother and then your father by extension. The word walida means the person who gave birth which is your mother. So every time in the Qu’ran where it mentioned walidain it essentially means a du’a for your parents but just a little extra for your mother. Action: Reflect upon how you can act better towards your mother, the status of her in your life is tremendous! If your mother is no longer with you then do an act of sadaqah on her behalf.

daily deed Send someone you love a bunch of flowers or gift with an Islamic reminder on the card.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 26 “What is destined will reach you, even if it be beneath two mountains. What is not destined will not reach you, even if it be between your two lips.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card The Reward of Prayer Is Unquantifiable Beyond Measure

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Nothing in this entire Universe exists that is equal to our “subhanAllah” or “Alhamdulillah” or even a sajda or ruku’. When you say “Alif Laam Meen” do you think anyone can purchase the reward of that? Many individuals go through hardship in life but we should be grateful if we are able to hold on to our prayers and the rope of Allah. We shouldn’t worry about losing money half as much as losing a single “subhanAllah”. Ibn ‘Umar reported that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon Him) said, “Whoever misses the Asr prayer then it is as if he lost his family and property.” Action: Analyse the purity and barakah of your family, property and rizq in life and ponder upon whether that has been affected by your effort in establishing the prayer in your life.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 27 “To completely trust in God is to be like a child who knows deeply that even if he doesn’t call for the mother, the mother is totally aware of his condition and is looking after him.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Prayer Protects You From Your Own Nafs

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Prayer purifies the heart and truly, through Prayer, a believer attains spiritual devotion and moral elevation. Prayer not only gives a deep connection with God, but in prayer one establishes patience, humility and sincerity. Prayer provides a means of repentance and is a restrainer from shameful and unjust deeds. This is portrayed through the following saying of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him): “If a person had a stream outside his door and he bathed in it five times a day, do you think he would have any filth left on him?” The people said, “No filth would remain on him whatsoever.” The Prophet (peace be upon him) then said, “That is like the five daily prayers: Allah wipes away the sins by them.” (Bukhari and Muslim.) Action: Think about the inner trials that you have in life and now think about your effort in prayer, if you improved your prayer would you overcome those trials?

daily deed Buy a bag of good groceries – high-quality coffee, whole-grain pasta, a box of decadent cookies or other treats you’d normally buy for yourself – and donate it to your local food bank or shelter.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 28 “The real friend is the one who, when you ask him to follow you, doesn’t ask ‘Where?’ but gets up and goes.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Prayer Is Rest For Your Heart

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“Verily in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest� (13:28). Dr Andrew Newsberg of the University of Pennsylvania studied brain wave activity during prayer and found a direct impact on several brain locations. High activity was found in the anterior cingulate, the location that regulates our connectivity to others. A high activity in this part of the brain means a healthier and happier person. Our self-awareness is found in the parietal lobe, the overuse of which causes feelings of isolation and loneliness, and the limbic system is where negative emotions are stimulated. Prayer deactivates both of these areas of the brain, removing the negative emotions and allowing us to benefit from the frontal lobe and anterior cingulate. The result is a healthier, happier and longer life. All of these benefits relaxes and rests your inner feelings that affect your heart. (Productive Muslim) Action: The next time you are feeling overwhelmed, down, sad or feeling difficult in life then pray 2 rakat voluntary prayers and let out all of your feelings and emotions. See the difference!

daily deed Buy a small bottle of nice perfume (Attar) for someone.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 29 “Keep company with those who have firm faith, hear from them the learning of sure faith, follow them always, so that your faith may become firm as their faith became firm.” - Imam Ghazali

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knowledge card Benefits Of The Fajr Prayer Specifically

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The first prayer which starts with the day is Fajr Prayer. Praying at the beginning of the day, lighten up your day. It gives you positive energy and guidance. The word Fajr means “dawn” in Arabic, and comes from the same root word as infijar, which means “to explode” or “to burst forth”, referring to the light of the sun as it erupts into the darkness of night and illuminates the world, replacing darkness with light, vision and clarity. It is the light of the sun that sustains all life on the planet, enables and causes all things to grow, and provides warmth and comfort, safety and security to humanity. In the same way, the Fajr prayer provides light and guidance, strength and support, to the human soul and heart. Action: Think about the inner trials that you have in life and now think about your effort in prayer, if you improved your prayer would you overcome those trials?

daily deed Send a text to someone to let him or her know how wonderful he or she is.

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RAMADAN JOURNEY DAY 30 “Only that believer is graced with the blessings and benefits of Friday, who looks forward for it most anxiously and eagerly; and wretched is the negligent one who is least interested in it and who does not even know in the morning which day has dawned.” - Imam Ghazali My daily fasting Excused from Fasting?

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knowledge card Praying Can Increase Your Rizq (Sustenance)

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When a Muslim’s finances are tight, this is a test from Allah Most High. It is a mercy in disguise because through something as worldly as wealth, Allah causes us to turn towards Him in earnestness. It teaches us patience and contentment, and results in forgiveness of sins and reliance on Allah. However, the general rule of thumb to attract blessings is always the same. When we attach our hearts to Allah Most High and submit to Him completely, and make Him our sole goal and purpose and not the blessings, then the barakah will enter our lives from all sides without us having to worry about it. Establish prayer (al-salah) in your home: work to establish the obligatory prayers amongst your family, and encourage extra optional (nafl) prayers as well to increase your rizq. [al-Biqa’i, Tafsir] Action: Perform obligatory and more voluntary prayers throughout the day at allowed times to increase your sustenance.

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END OF RAMADAN REFLECTION PAGE Masha Allah on completing the month of Ramadan! As we leave this blessed month, take a moment to reflect on how you feel.

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“If not for what was deposited within us, which our truth requires, and what connects our path to him, we would not have found a chance to know Allah. Nor felt attracted towards his recognition, love and knowledge. But because of that deposit we eventually return to ourselves and regain consciousness in the end. We are in ourselves a continuous Amanah. And our compass returns to the opening after reaching the end. Thus the last is always connected to the first and its endlessness curves into its timelessness, and there is nothing but a wujūd continuous and a vision stable, enduring.” – Ramadan Legacy

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OPEN LETTER NEXT RAMADAN Write yourself an open letter for next Ramadan and what you want to achieve in the year ahead. Before next years Ramadan begins revisit this letter and be inspired to continue your Ramadan journey!

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EID EID UL FITR Eid Ul Fitr is the day of celebration on completing Sawm in the month of Ramadan. The festival commences on the 1st of Shawwal when the first sight of the new moon is seen in the sky.

Eid Ul Fitr is the day of celebration on completing Sawm in the month of Ramadan.

We celebrate this holy festival by thanking Allah Subhanau’ Tha’la for giving us the strength and guidance in order to pursue self control throughout the month of Ramadan Rejoice on the day of Eid. Make the effort to do something interesting with your family/friends; get children involved, prepare fun activities and exchange gifts. Make it a day to rekindle connections. Surprise call someone you have not spoken to in a while and convey your Salam, or surprise visit someone with a gift. Eid is also a great Dawah opportunity to not only educate your Non Muslim friends, classmates, colleagues at work about the holy festival but also to gift them traditional sweets and make them feel loved and involved – a kind gesture is a beautiful act of Dawah. Revive the Sunnah of our beloved Prophet and feel the greatness and mercy of our Rab on this blessed day.

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Recite the Eid Takbeer from Maghrib of the last day of fasting till the Eid Prayer.

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Allaahu Akbar Allaahu Akbar Laa ilaaha illallaah Allaahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar,

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Walillaahil hamd.

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Wear your best clothes and adorn yourself

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Wear perfume (for men)

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Eat an odd number of dates, before leaving for Eid Prayer

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6 NUFL SHAWWAL FASTS It is highly recommended to fast six days of the month of Shawwal, as this is a meritorious act which results in abundant reward. However, it is not required to fast six days continuously without any interruption. One can fast according to convenience any time during the month. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) is reported to have said, “Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan, and then follows it up by (fasting) six days of Shawwal, it is as though he has fasted the whole year.� (Reported by Muslim)

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MAINTAINING THE SPIRIT OF RAMADAN How does one say goodbye to someone they love? You will only see them once a year. There is no guarantee that you will meet again next year. With a heavy heart and holding back the tears as you watch them leave, you silently whisper “Until next year, Insha’Allah”. That my dear brothers and sisters is how we feel when we say goodbye to the blessed month of Ramadan. If you were given a shield to protect yourself from sins in this life, and Hell Fire in the next, you would hold on to it and not want to let go. This shield is fasting – let us not overlook it, but rather use this blessing, this gift given to us by Allah. 1. Keep Fasting Throughout The Year Remember it is a sunnah to fast every Monday and Thursday. Keep fasting and this will improve your mind, body and soul. 2. Make Up For Missed Fasts If you have any missed fasts from previous Ramadans then make sure you make up for them! 3. Fast On The Three White Days of Each Month The three white days of each Islamic month are the 13th, 14th and 15th day of each month. On these days we are encouraged to fast to gain the pleasure of Allah.

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And in the end it is you and only you, we don’t say goodbye to Ramadan, we say goodbye to ourselves, our true selves. Shahbaz Mirza, Founder of Ramadan Legacy

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GET IN TOUCH All content in this book has been sourced, produced, written and published authentically under the guidance of respected scholars. All hadith, qur’anic verses and du’as are fully authentic. If you would like to get in touch with Ramadan Legacy please contact us below: salaam@ramadanlegacy www.ramadanlegacy.com www.facebook.com/ramadanlegacy Download our Ramadan Legacy mobile app for free on iOS or Android! For bulk order enquiries, partnerships or feedback, please email the address above!

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