When it comes to ISLAM and its obligations we are ascertain that there are facts which we understand and practice about our religion, but for most of us it has become a normal practice to ignore the point of concern and the real focal requirement which our religion requires and today we will focus on such a point to help you understand the true religion and its importance.
We, Muslims are blessed with the Divine Holy Month of Ramadan in which it is clear that Allah (SWT) helps you to identify and practice the religion for which you are promised about the increased clear rewards for which reason you are to make the most out of the given option and this is where you need to understand Ramadan and its benefits.
Holy Month Of Ramadan:
To make you understand there are certain aspects which require attention and would like to put the spotlight on them for a while, as this is the case where many believers fail to understand is that they do not have a real control over their life and definitely no control over life and death.
While this is the case you are to remember Allah (SWT) and His Mercy. We might not be there to collect the blessings, mercy and forgiveness next year Ramadan as we are not certain about the very next breath we take and this is where you are to realize and make the special month Ramadan, the time where you ignore everything else, but not your religion, Allah (SWT).
Ask Yourself The Following Simple But Yet Effective Questions:
- What have you prepared for the meeting with Allah (Subahanahu Wa Ta’ala)(SWT)?
- What would you have liked to achieve?
- How can you be better in your worship after Ramadan?
Our busy routine of fast paced life has made things on the very different side to what our religion expects us and this is where you are to know that there are certain aspects which make it ideal to practice your religion especially where all the rewards are ascertain and increased considerably in quantity and yet we are the ones ignoring it.
Our Busy Routine:
Allah (Subahanahu Wa Ta’ala) warns us in Surah Al-Imran: “Everyone shall taste death. And only on the Day of Resurrection shall you be paid your wages in full. And whoever is removed away from the fire and admitted to Paradise, he indeed is successful. The life of this world is only the enjoyment of deception (a deceiving thing).” [3:185]
Allah says: “(He) Who created death and life, that He may test which of you is best in deed. He is the All-Mighty, the Oft-Forgiving.” [67:2]
We are told on several occasions to remember death and fear it and prepare well for it since beginning as no one can be ascertain about the fact that when one is going to die so the best of the practice is to remember death. Make sure there is no ignorance in the special month of Ramadan and may we all from the will of Allah (SWT) practice and make the most out of this month as our very last time.