*written on July 5
All praises be to Allah the Almighty, we are in the lasts day of Ramadan and he slowly walks away.
Ramadan is leaving and he might not come next year. We never know if we will ever see him again.
May Allah give us the opportunity to see the blessed Ramadan next year and accepts all our fasts this year.
and at the end of this blessed Ramadan, I seek forgiveness from Allah due to our faults, mistakes and all bad deeds.
It is time to look back.
One of common mistakes we did in Ramadan is skipping sahur.
Alhamdulillah, I eat sahur every single day of Ramadan except the first day of Ramadan (I barely woke up)
But some people think it is not important to eat sahur even there is barakah in taking sahur.
Well, a glass of water pun dah okay to keep you hydrated throughout the day! (if you are too lazy/sleepy/don't have anything to eat etc,)
It does not necessarily have to be a heavy meal, plus, we should not eat like there is no tomorrow. Just eat a light meal. Islam is a religion of ease.
It is worse who is not fasting if they missed sahur, maybe they are too scared to fast because they miss sahur like nothing is in their stomach so they will be too weak during the day. Lol.
Actually we have enough fat stored in our bodies to keep us going even for three days without food (unless he/she has a health problem).
and another big common mistakes is fasting with the intention to diet, especially the girls.
Fasting should only be for the sake of Allah alone.
Yes, there are few benefits of fasting in order to obey Allah.
Some of us losing weight and become healthier yet don't make it part of your intention because it comes automatically.
Fasting without praying, sleeping all day are another common mistakes.
The biggest mistake is one fasting because everybody else is fasting, he/she not fasting to obey Allah.
All the mistakes can be corrected, we can make changes. No worries, nobody will gets hurt.
Have the intention to get better and avoid all these errors on the next Ramadan. May Allah allow us and all our loved ones.
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Now Ramadan is just about over, goodbye and here comes Eid Mubarak.
Eid is a joyous moment for sharing and happiness.
We dress nicely.
We show happiness.
We make sure everybody around is happy.
We recite takbeer, it is Sunnah for both men and women.
I want to wish all of my Muslim readers a very Happy Eid Mubarak!
A million thanks for your support to this blog.
May Allah bring you happiness, peace and joy.
Anyways, syaitan is back! Protect and improve yourself.
Praise be to Allah, the Lord.