Right reason right reward

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 “Fasting is prescribe for you, as it was prescribed for those before you.” (Koran, 2:183)

For many people, Ramadan is the month when they can achieve their weight loss, for others, it is the time to benefit from the charitable goodwill of the Muslims. In saying this, our month of immeasurable opportunities is in mid way progression while still keeping it alive for more oportunities that will stir something positive.
It has been personally challenging but yet, I have learned something each new day which stand out as reminders of what I should be able to find a way to implement in my life on a daily basis. Finally, I thank Allah (Subhan wa Ta’ala) for everything he has given me, and ask Him to continue to guide me on the Straight Path, to make me successful in this life and the Hereafter, and to keep my family and friends firm in Iman and in good health, inshAllah.

My resolutions for this Ramadan can be achievable but the one that I have found to be personally connected to is to try to be as disciplined of a Muslim as I am during Ramadan after it is over as well.

It is so disappointing to make the same resolution each year and fail ourselves. Instead of making it a mere resolution, we should resolve to change a particular habit by intending to do it for the sake of Allah. Whatever we do in this life, we do by the permission of Allah. The air that we breathe is still available on Allah’s command, the water that we drink is pure because Allah deems it possible to be purified despite our severe environmental pollution. Therefore, to become a better person, is a quest to please Allah first and foremost.

There is so much motivation in celebrating Ramadan.

Do you feel like you have been able to meet your Ramadan resolutions? 

or

 Does fasting have anything to do with resoultions?

“…Allah intends every facility for you He does not want to put you to difficulties. (He wants you) to complete the prescribed period and to glorify Him in that He has guided you; and perchance you shall be grateful.” (Qur’an 2 verse 185)

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One response to this post.

  1. For you as a converted muslim, i think there are more things in ramadan that is refresh.. For a born muslim, he has practieced ramadan in whole life, and sometimes it falls people in a routine job during ramadan. Mean they just fast and they dont learn anything more.. Religion should not be such a routine event, and like every morning they go to work, they get to practice but continue their bad habits..
    I feel better after every Ramadan, in Eid El Fitr, like it remains a very clean energy from beyond into me.. 🙂

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