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September 11, 2010

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Article: Remaining Steadfast After Ramadan

by Umm Muawiyah

Assalamu Alaikum.

Yes, the first of many post-Ramadan reminders.

You know, Ramadan ended just over 2 days ago, so why does it feel like a lifetime already?

Is is because we all went back to being normal abnormal?

Just ask yourself three questions:

1) How did you feel in the last few nights of Ramadan and how do you feel now?

2) If there is a big difference, then what is it that you were doing on those last few days that made a difference?

3) If these acts made you so contented, then WHY aren’t you still doing them? WHAT is stopping you?

Insha-Allah, I’ll talk more about this in future posts.

[Note: I’ll be doing one post a day. If you want more (e.g. 2 per day – one in the morning and one in the evening), make some noise (that means leave a comment.) Don’t worry, I’ll try to make my future posts more positive. Right now, I’m still very sad that Ramadan is over.]

For now, here’s a nice article: Remaining Steadfast After Ramadan by Shaikh Abdullah Al-Fawzan.

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2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Umar Farooq
    Sep 11 2010

    Assalaamualaiykum,

    Sister you wont believe HOW MUCH we have benifited from all the info and wonderful articles you have shared with us this month. I almost feel emotional while supplicating as a brother in Islaam that may Allaah grant you the rewrad according to the BEST of your deeds, without measure, and may you see the returns of it both in this world and in the Hereafter, and may He protect us from deviating after His reminders reach us.

    May He continue to give you the zeal for His deen and continue to benefit millions of muslims from that which He has bestowed you with and guided you to.

    I cannot express my gratitude in accordance with the benefit received but it is Allaah who completes His favour upon His slaves.

    May Allaah reward you,

    Taqabbal Allaahu minna wa minkum (forgive me for grammar mistakes, if any, for I’m just beginning to learn Arabic as a perceived language)

    Was-salaamu-alaiykum

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    • Umm Muawiyah
      Sep 12 2010

      Wa Alaikum Assalam Brother.

      Jazakallahu kheira for the kind words.

      Ameen to your dua and may Allah grant you the same and more.

      Assalamu Alaikum.

      Reply

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