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    #16
    Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

    Originally posted by hamza81 View Post
    Allahumma Ameen

    Please also remember me and my family in your dua's. These last 10 days and nights are so precious that the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) cursed thoswe who do not gain forgiveness in them. So how can we not beg of Allah and cry unto him for forgiveness during these blessed days and nights? How can we waste our porecious time on useless pursuits when forgiveness is waiting for us? There is no doubt we will be forever regretful if we do not do our best to change our ways and gain forgivness for the past and present.

    May Allah enable us to make the best of these truly precious days and nights. Ameen
    Aamiin!

    "--- Thus, one must persevere in striving and struggling and increase his worship when the end of the month [of Ramadan] draws near. And we must keep in mind that a person's actions are based on his last ones."

    Two thirds of Ramadan is gone forever but the best and most blessed days (and maybe also Laylatul Qadr) are still here.

    If someone feels they have wasted their Ramadan so far, but they want to try their best now, they still have a good opportunity to fix everything, right?

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      #17
      Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!


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        #18
        Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

        Originally posted by Muslimah_08 View Post
        Aamiin!

        "--- Thus, one must persevere in striving and struggling and increase his worship when the end of the month [of Ramadan] draws near. And we must keep in mind that a person's actions are based on his last ones."

        Two thirds of Ramadan is gone forever but the best and most blessed days (and maybe also Laylatul Qadr) are still here.

        If someone feels they have wasted their Ramadan so far, but they want to try their best now, they still have a good opportunity to fix everything, right?
        Of course insha'Allah!

        May Allah swt enable us to utilise the remaining days of this blessed month in his remembrance.

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          #19
          Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

          :jkk:
          If Allah & his Messenger :saw: ordered us to breathe in a certain way, we would say: "سَمِعْنَا وَأَطَعْنَا We hear & We obey"
          “Whoever turns away from my Sunnah has nothing to do with me.” (al-Bukhaari)

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            #20
            Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

            Have we just wasted the whole of Ramadan?


            Many of us are feeling right now that we have wasted the whole of Ramadan.

            We feel we could have read more Qur'an, done more dhikr, done more prayers, made more Dua's. We also feel that we have done a lot of sins and that we have been lazy and have procrastinated much.

            However all is not lost! A Muslim does not give up near the last few hurdles! There are still 7 days and nights to go and many scholars state that Laylatul Qadr is more likely to fall within the last seven nights:

            Ibn 'Umar reported that a man among the companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him) was shown Laytal al-Qadr in a dream, and that it was one of the last seven nights. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: "It seems that your dreams agreed that it is one of the last seven nights, so whoever wants to seek it, let him seek it in the last seven nights." [Bukhari, 1911; Muslim, 1165] . Muslim reported: "Seek it in the last ten nights, and if any of you are weak or unable to do that, then let him not miss the last seven."

            So we still have hope. We can still redeem what we lost of Ramadan so far. Therefore let us pray 2 raka'h Salaatul Tawbah and beg of Allah for forgiveness and for him to pardon us and then make a firm conviction that we will fulfill all of our obligatory duties upon Allah and leave our bad and sinful ways. Let us ask of Allah to bring us closer to him and for us to be guided to the straight path like those of whom he has favoured.

            From this moment on let us recite as much of the Qur'an as we can with the meanings, pondering and implementing them into our lives . Let us remember and glorify Allah as much as we can. Let us make much Dua especially 20 minutes before fasting ends and before Suhur. Let us pray all the Taraweeh with the Imaam until he finishes. Let us open up to Allah and ask of him and beg of his mercy and forgiveness and be thankful, appreciative slaves of his. Let us ask of Allah to be saved from the punishment of the grave and Hellfire. Let us be obedient to parents and the best towards them, our partners, children, siblings, families, Muslims and non Muslims. Let us adopt the best manners like that of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) and fully implement his Sunnah into our lives.

            If we do not change now then when will we change? If we do not pray our prayers on time and have bad habits and are committing sins that are having a detrimental affect to our lives then there is no better opportunity to change like now!

            So let us grab this opportunity so that we can be successful in this world and the next! Let us walk towards Allah so that he runs towards us. Let us get closer to Allah for he has been waiting for us to go towards him patiently.

            If we do not grab this opportunity it may never come to us again as death may sieze us and then it will be too late!
            Last edited by hamza81; 29-06-16, 05:33 AM.
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              #21
              Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

              Ibn al-Jawzi said: "When the race horse knows that it is nearing the end of the track it exerts all of its effort to win the race. Do not allow the race horse to be more clever than you. For verily, deeds are judged by their conclusions. So if you didn't do well with welcoming Ramadan then perhaps you will do better bidding it farewell."

              Ibn Taymiyyah said: "The lesson lies in perfection of the conclusion of a thing, not in the shortcomings of the beginning of it."

              Hasan al-Basri said: "Improve your performance in what is left (of time) and you will be forgiven for that which has already passed. So take special care of the time you have left because you do not know when your soul will be turned over to Allah’s Mercy.”

              So let us learn from what has passed and make the best of the present for any second may be our last and we may not see another Ramadan!
              10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
              http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
              Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
              http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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                #22
                Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                Originally posted by hamza81 View Post
                Ibn al-Jawzi said: "When the race horse knows that it is nearing the end of the track it exerts all of its effort to win the race. Do not allow the race horse to be more clever than you. For verily, deeds are judged by their conclusions. So if you didn't do well with welcoming Ramadan then perhaps you will do better bidding it farewell."

                Ibn Taymiyyah said: "The lesson lies in perfection of the conclusion of a thing, not in the shortcomings of the beginning of it."

                Hasan al-Basri said: "Improve your performance in what is left (of time) and you will be forgiven for that which has already passed. So take special care of the time you have left because you do not know when your soul will be turned over to Allah’s Mercy.”

                So let us learn from what has passed and make the best of the present for any second may be our last and we may not see another Ramadan!
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                  #23
                  Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                  Ramadan has almost gone & most of us are in utter regret for the time we have wasted this Ramadan. However we must not give up hope! A few blessed days and nights still remain & it is the opinion of most of the Sahaba and majority of scholars is that Laylatul Qadr is most likely to be on the night of the twenty-seventh. It was reported, in a hadith narrated by Ahmad from Ibn 'Umar, and a hadith narrated by Abu Dawud from Mu'awiyah, that the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: "Laylat al-Qadr is the night of the twenty-seventh." [Musnad Ahmad and Sunan Abu Dawud, 1386] .

                  Ubayy ibn Ka'b (Ra) used to assert, without saying "insha'Allah", that it was the night of the twenty-seventh. Zurr ibn Hubaysh said: I said: What makes you say that, O Abu'l-Mundhir? He said: by the signs of which the Messengers of Allah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) told us: that the sun rises that morning with no visible rays. [Narrated by Muslim,2/268] .

                  Many marfu' ahadith were narrated which said that it was on this particular night. Ibn 'Abbas also stated that it is the night of the twenty-seventh. He reached this conclusion by means of an amazing process. It was reported that 'Umar gathered the Sahabah together and included Ibn 'Abbas even though he was very young. They said, "Ibn 'Abbas is like one of our children. Why have you brought him here with us?" 'Umar said: "He is a youth who has a good mind and who asks lots of questions." Then he asked the Sahabah about Laylat al-Qadr, and they agreed that it was one of the last ten nights of Ramadan. He asked Ibn 'Abbas about it, and he said: "I think I know when it is: it is the night of the twenty-seventh." 'Umar said, "What makes you think that?" He said, "Allah made the heavens seven, and the earths seven, and the days seven, and He created man from seven, and He made Tawaf seven (circuits), and al-Sa'i seven, and the stoning of the Jamar seven." So Ibn' Abbas thought that it was the night of the twenty-seventh because of this analysis. This has been soundly reported from Ibn 'Abbas.

                  Therefore we must give it our all in this blessed night. We may not see another Ramadan or Laylatul Qadr like many who have passed away before Ramadan. We know we can be seized by death at any moment so surely we must ensure that we pass away whilst doing good and not whilst in sin. So this night must be a night that we change ourselves and strive to get closer to Allah and live for the Hereafter not this temporary life.

                  May Allah enable us to make the best of the nights that remain. Ameen
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                    #24
                    Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                    As we approach the end of Ramadan then regardless of how negligent we have been throughout this month there is still time to change our ways, get closer to Allah and gain forgiveness for our past and present sins, as long as we make firm intention and conviction that we will never go back to the way we were and abandon the major sins and evils we commited previously:

                    The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: “The one who repents from sin is like one who did not sin.”(Ibn Majah, At-Tabarrani)

                    We know not if we will see another Ramadan and get such an opportunity again. Then how can we afford to miss this opportunity and waste what is left of this blessed month:

                    The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: Verily Allah the Almighty will accept the repentance of his servants right until the last moments of his death (Tirmidhi)

                    We know not which second death may seize us so we must act now because if we want to change tomorrow then death may take us today!
                    10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
                    http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
                    Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
                    http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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                      #25
                      Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                      We have been blessed with another precious night, day & fast of Ramadan. So how should we spend the last night & day?

                      We should spend it in making sincere Dua to Allah asking of him to forgive any short comings in our fasts & for our past & present sins.
                      Also to enable us to fulfill our Fard obligations unto him. For him to guide us making us strong against the whispers of shaythan & our Nafs (desires).

                      And for him to enable us to get closer to him glorifying & remembering him everyday not just in Ramadan.

                      Also dont't forget our Muslim brothers & sisters around the world for their pain & suffering to be alleviated & rewarded immensely for it & for us to unite as one unit.

                      Please also remember me in your dua's. Jzk
                      10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
                      http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
                      Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
                      http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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                        #26
                        Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                        Originally posted by hamza81 View Post
                        About one-third of Ramadan has passed and there are two-thirds remaining.

                        Although people may differ regarding the third that has passed, there should be only one type of person in the remaining two thirds: the person who is regretful of his negligence and conscious of his shortcomings.

                        Regardless of one's eagerness to do good deeds, each one of us is guilty of negligence to a certain extent, and thus, one should be determined to make up for the time he has wasted and strive harder.

                        --- Even though the first third may have been wasted, do not feel despair. Instead, wake up and say that what is to follow will be better, by the permission of Allah The Almighty.

                        So strive and work as hard as possible for we do not know if this will be our last Ramadan or not!

                        Regardless of how sinful we are or whether we pray or even fast what matters is that we make a firm intention that we will change for the better and repent for our past and present sins. This blessed month is the best opportunity we will ever get to change our lives for the better!

                        So let us not wait for tomorrow but open our hearts to Allah and cry and beg of him to forgive us and guide us to the straight path. Then we must strive to better ourselves.

                        So let us make firm intention that we will do everything we can to get closer to Allah and spend every aspect of our lives to please him and refrain from anything that may anger or displease him. For if we waste this opportunity and die then Allah will ask us did we not get any opportunities to change? Dud we not have chance after chance? How many more chances do we need until death takes us?

                        We cannot afford to miss out on this most valuable opportunity. Otherwise we will be in utter regret FOREVER!!!
                        Indeed the most beautiful time of year. The real time to ask forgiveness n for successfully passing from dunya

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                          #27
                          Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                          He Died The Night Before Ramadan : Dont Waste Yours!

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                          http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
                          Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
                          http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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                            #28
                            Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                            Do you regret wasting most of Ramadan?

                            Hasan al-Basri said: "Improve your performance in what is left (of time) and you will be forgiven for that which has already passed.
                            So take special care of the time you have left because you do not know when your soul will be turned over to Allah’s Mercy.”


                            So forget what has already past for the best days and nights of Ramadan are ahead of us so it is not too late to turn things around!
                            10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
                            http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
                            Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
                            http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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                              #29
                              Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                              How To Finish off Ramadan || LAST REMINDER

                              10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
                              http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
                              Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
                              http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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                                #30
                                Re: Regret for Wasting Ramadan so far!!!

                                Originally posted by hamza81 View Post
                                How To Finish off Ramadan || LAST REMINDER

                                Excellent Video loved it Masha Allah.

                                Jazak Allah.

                                Astaghfirullah.

                                Peace.
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