Some important inspirations for Ramzan2022!

The start of this blessed month is an excellent time to reflect on one’s actions and set out goals for the coming year

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With the sighting of the Ramzan Moon and the month of sharing and forgiveness at its start it is an excellent time to reflect on one’s actions and set out goals for the coming month, and here we have some important inspirations for Ramzan2022!

 Twitterati have also welcomed the blessed month with full zest and zeal, making some wholesome prayers!

1. Pray to Allah for endowing us with the ability to become the better versions of ourselves

Remember it is the month of blessings. So ask for all you can!

 2. Reflect on the Islamic idea of ‘Rizq’ 

The concept of Rizq or sustenance is very deeply embedded in Islam. Any rizq that reaches us was always meant to be for us. Everything from the biggest to the smallest thing, as big as our life and as small as a lemon drop, is already predestined to be for us. This Ramzan let’s remember to value the spirit of Rizq.

The most beautiful form of rizq is NOT money, instead it is: “Tranquility of a soul, Healthiness of a body, Purity of a heart. Soundness of thought. Dua from a mother. Kindness of a father. Presence of a brother. Laughter of a son. Caring of a friend. Duaa from someone who loves you for the sake of Allah.”

“And Surely, Allah is the best of Providers”

Allah refers to Him/Her self as ‘Ar-Razzaaq’ (The Provider). She/He is best aware of the needs of Her/His Creations and how to fulfill them, and Rizq can come from ways you never imagined.

3. Remember to share your ‘Rizq’ with those less fortunate

Charity or giving a share of your provisions voluntarily in order to please God, only increases them manifold. This charity need not necessarily be physical or monetary alone.  It may be any voluntary charitable act towards others through generosity, love, compassion or faith.

Along these lines then, according to Islamic philosophy wealth is not something to be hoarded and chased after. Instead, if one does have an excess of it, it is an amanat (deposit) from Allah and must be dealt with accordingly, and shared justly with those needy and deserving of it.

4. Pray for the healing of broken hearts

This includes all those who may be suffering due to sickness, grief, illness or any other mishap.

5. Practice kindness and compassion 

The basic qualities of any Muslim.

Happy Fasting!