After Ramadan

QaiserMirza

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
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Eid spelling backwards is d i e

Sadly some people's iman dies on EID.
Eid becomes a Shaytan "Welcome back" party.

Whoever lived for Ramadan ,Ramadan comes and goes but whoever did everything for Allah swt Allah is Ever-Living, Self-Subsisting.

Eid is a time for Glorifying Allah, thanking Him and a time for love, unity and mercy. Following Islam!

Don't get high on "food" and eat with balance.
Post EID Continue and Proof your Ramadan is accepted by

Doing everything to Please Allah swt, to get His Deedar and Jannat Al Firdous


Refresh and Continue Ramadan Daily Goals

1) Attaining Taqwa

2) Glorying Allah swt excessively

3) Thanking Allah swt by doing longer Qiyaam (Pray 4 Nawafil after Isha 100 Verses recitation to get reward of doing Qiyaam all night.)

4) Repentance exaggerate in Istaghfaar

5) Recitation of the Quran even if you get 10 minutes

6) Azkaar and Duas regularly

7) Keep giving charity






 

Diriyah

Banned
8) Protect the Poor and Weak

9) Protect Members of Religious Minority

10) Respect all Religion, and ...

11) Abstain from commenting Killing, or collective criminal activity in the name of Religion.
 

ifteeahmed

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
In fact, we are so sad that the blessed month of Ramadan has ended. Our eyes have shed tears and our hearts have bled for the departure of the month of the Quran, the month of mercy, the month of solidarity, the month of forgiveness, the month of emancipation from the hell fire. However, we should keep on doing good deeds after Ramadan as the Lord of Ramadan is the Lord of the whole year.
Do the following after Ramadan:

1. Make Up for Missed Fast Days. A Muslim should hasten to make up for the missed fast days of Ramadan if he or she has missed fast day(s) of Ramadan for a valid reason such as illness, travel, or menses in the case of women.

2. Fast Six Days in Shawwal. It is highly recommended by the Sunnah for a Muslim to fast six days in the month of Shawwal. Fasting for six days in Shawwal entails great reward and blessings from Allah Almighty. The Prophet (peace and blessings 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 if he has fasted the whole year. (Muslim)
Here, it is important to point out that it is not necessary for a Muslim to fast the six days of Shawwal consecutively. So long as one has fasted six days, either consecutively or separately, he or she will fulfill the requirement and will receive the same rewards, in shaa Allah.

3. Keep the Spirit of Ramadan. A Muslim should spare no efforts to keep the spirit of Ramadan throughout the other months of the year by means of:

a) Seeking Allah's support, beseeching Him Almighty to guide him to the right path and help him remain steadfast in faith.
b) Observing optional fasting after Ramadan, as Muslims are encouraged by the Sunnah to observe optional fasting after Ramadan. The days in which optional fasting is recommended are:


  1. Fasting six days during the month of Shawwal.
  2. Fasting the day of `Arafah, 9th of Dhul Hijjah, provided that the person is not offering Hajj.
  3. Fasting the 10th of Muhrram, and if possible the 9th and the 11th days of the same month.
  4. Fasting as many days as possible during the month of Sha`ban
  5. Fasting during the months of Ragab, Dhul Qi`dah, Dhul Hijjah, and Muharram.
  6. Fasting on Mondays and Thursdays.
  7. Fasting the 13th, 14th, and 15th of every lunar month.
 
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