12 tips on how to prepare for Ramadan

πŸ˜‰12 tips on how to prepare for RamadanπŸ˜‰

  1. Cleanse yourself! When you get significant visitors, you prepare yourself too, don’t you? And now your best guest -the month of Ramadan- is coming to visit you 😍 So go within yourself and see what mistakes you are committing, towards Allah and towards people and purify yourself from them. Dump out your dirty water filled with sins to fill it with clean water of good deeds from now on! πŸ₯ƒ
  2. Your intention should be only for Allah! (Ikhlas!)β˜€οΈ
  3. Have no rancour in your heart! If you have a score to settle or a quarrel with someone, settle it now and even if you are in the right, apologise to them to have peace and harmony again.πŸ’ž
  4. Do your appointments now or postpone them after Ramadan! πŸ“†
  5. Remove all things that cause fitnah, e.g. TV, internet, magazines, mobile phone, etc.🎞️
  6. Make a plan! Divide your time well and avoid unnecessary appointments or other things to make full use of this blessed time πŸ“
  7. Repeat the Qur’an and improve or learn the correct Qur’anic reading (Tajwid)! πŸ“–
  8. Prepare your children for Ramadan too! Especially from the age of 7.πŸ‘¦πŸ‘§
  9. Remember that it could be your last Ramadan! So make the most of it! ⚰️
  10. Be varied! Don’t always plan the same ibaada, but be creative to avoid boredom. For example, with Ramadan lots, a different good deed every day 🌟
  11. Cook ahead! The month of Ramadan is the month of Qur’an and dhikr, not of cooking. Save time by pre-cooking as much as you can, especially if you have a big freezer. 🍲πŸ₯˜
  12. Prepare the Eid gifts now! This will save you a lot of work and time in Ramadan in shaa Allah 🎁

Have fun and anticipation from the SunnahCure team πŸ˜‰

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