|The Prophet Muhammad [Peace be Upon Him] said, "If any Muslim comes out of Ramadhan without gaining forgiveness and goodness, he is a real loser." |
May Allah Accept From Us All !
Tuesday, July 07, 2015
Last 10 Days of Ramadhan #Ramadhan2015
Our lives are ever-changing - we experience both life and death, happiness and pain, achievement and failure, growth and stagnation, with the underlying element of each being a movement in some direction. In the remaining days of this blessed month of Ramadhan, take a moment for yourself... Think back upon what you have gained so far and how you have changed. Your achievements and your successes are just as important as your failings and your mistakes as each serves as opportunity to learn and grow. Reflect not only on what you did but what you had the ability to do. Not all change is good and part of our growth lies in our willingness to acknowledge that we, like everyone, have our own shortcomings. If you have wronged someone, do your best to make things right. If you are holding onto some anger, let it go. Any bitterness or jealousy and hate or envy - just let it all go. Your hearts are precious. Free them of anything toxic for your own sake before anyone else's. Plan for the remainder of this month as if your were planning for the rest of your life and see that life as if all you had were hours instead of days. Embrace each of those hours that you have been blessed with by appreciating all that you have been given. If Allah presents you with the opportunity to be helpful to someone else, don't let that opportunity pass you by. Your worth and value will not ever be defined by your grades, your titles, your awards, your salaries or your credentials. What people will remember you by is how you treat them and how you honor the rights they have over you.