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Ramadaan Resolutions

Ramadaan Resolutions

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah
Dear sisters,

Alhamdulillah, it’s been a while since the last blog post…mashaa Allah, since the launch of the Fee Qalbee website: www.feeqalbee.com, we’ve had many more sisters join our network & benefit from our mentoring programmes, mashaa Allah.

A part of the Fee Qalbee Ramadaan Countdown, we pose some important questions, the first of which is:

How can we make this Ramadaan more special for our children / students, allowing them to understand the importance & blessings of this pillar in Islam, in all dimensions of their lives?

Look forward to hearing from you…please post your comments here or email: rayhaanah@feeqalbee.com with your thoughts on this topic.

Have a beautiful week; wishing you many special moments in the recitation of Al Qur’aan!
Rayhaanah

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  • Ayaah
    Posted at 15:44h, 13 Jul Reply

    The same with you, my loving sister, and may Allah grant you what you desire, for surely He Knows what is within the hearts, and how beautiful must a heart be that bears the words of her Lord (s.w.t)?

    Ramadaan Journal:

    With my own friends, I’ve suggested some ideas such as creating a Ramadaan journal, whereby we write doen our intentions and actual achievements within Ramadaan, as well as a reflection we’ve had that day, like a diary of a few words. If they continue with that every month, they’ll always increase bi ithnillah and achieve the majority of their goals, sharing what they have done with a trusted friend, or with their teacher, to hold them accountable for any goals they have not fulfilled, and allowing them to look back and mark their own progress.

  • Ayaah
    Posted at 15:51h, 13 Jul Reply

    For younger children who can’t fast but are able to help out in the kitchen, ask them to help out in little ways with making the food- which they’ll probably enjoy- and then tell them how Allah rewards the one who feeds a fasting person the same as the one who fasts, and instill a love for Ramadaan and helping others within their hearts, and get them to understand how easy Allah has made this Deen.

  • Ayaah
    Posted at 16:19h, 13 Jul Reply

    Or else tell them stories about Ramadaan that will inspire them, especially for students at madrasaah’s/Islamic classes, such as the example of Imam Shafi’ who used to complete 60 Qur’aan khatams every Ramadaan, and about modern day stories of people who love the Qur’aan, so that they too will be inspired to follow them, such as the links below:

    Read up on the story of the young girl Bara’ah, of Nabihah, of brother Muhammad, and of an anonymous youth, as shown in the links below.

    Two of those stories I read yesterday for the first time, subhan’Allah, and they brought me to tears that I couldn’t control. They are truly beautiful people subhan’Allah, and may Allah allow us to be as they were, with such a love for the Qur’aan.

    http://butikunguviolet.multiply.com/journal/item/1/1 – the story of the young girl Bara’ah, also found on FeeQalbee, which will reduce you to tears bi ithnillah

    http://naturally-muslimah.blogspot.com/ – scroll down a little to get the story of Nabihah, a sad yet inspiring letter from a father about his daughter who has passed away

    http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/showthread.php?31170-He-memorized-the-entire-Qur-an-in-50-days!-But-there-s-more-to-it… – the story of brother Muhammad, who memorised Qur’aan within 50 days SubhanAllah

    http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=395813962962 – amazingly inspiration story of a youth, someone we should pray to be like

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