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What Is Your Ramadhan Schedule?

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In hindsight, isn't it pouring in Pakistan?

 

Only in the north of country and that only for a week or so. By the time Ramadan starts, that is, on 30th June, the rains will be over and the high temperatures back. Until monsoon kicks in there is little respite.

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^^ You guys have hijacked the thread  :mad: and Ali-F will be super upset.

 

In hindsight, isn't it pouring in Pakistan?

we didnt hijack the thread ,we are merely replying to what he asked.

Yes it is pouring......FIREBALLS FROM HELL!

Oh the advantages of being a woman in a Muslim country.

:P

Yes,Alhamdulillah for being a teacher and getting summer holidays
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Well...its got decidedly chilly here. Maybe i can coax the sun over this way with something...hmm...what do suns like?

 

 

My plan is to move like a sloth until an hour before iftar, eat huge salads and try not to get water intoxication. O and inshAllah i will spend more time meditating and reading, which should be easy because atm im doing almost zilch of those.

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Wake up

Shower

Work

Zuhr/Asr on break

Work more

Come home

Chores n' whatnots

Maghrib/Isha

FOOD

Nap

Wake up fo' Sehri & fajr

Sleep moar

Lather, rinse, repeat

If there's time I'll throw in some Amal and whatnots. Forget going to majalis. Learned my lesson last Muharram when they chose the worst possible speaker ever. Never going there for a majlis again.

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I am a mother of two and pregnant in the first trimester so I wake up for a big suhoor, pray and sleep. During the day I pretty much veg on the sofa until the kids need something or it's time to cook or if there's pressing housework. I try to read as much Quran as possible. I'm aiming for 3 khatmas. Please everyone make dua for me. I feel sick and tired all day. Growing a baby is tough work.

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(salam)

 

Islamicmobility has come up with a Qur'aan tafseer which I thought could be beneficial for readers:

 

http://www.islamicmobility.com/elibrary_20.htm

 

The tafseer is called 'An Enlightening Commentary into the Light of the Holy Quran' by a group of scholars. It is in 20 volumes (so I'm assuming it will cover all the suraahs) and easily downloadable. 

 

I will start my shahr Ramadhan plan with this!

 

Edit: I just checked the site again. It is for the whole of Qur'aan.

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It's pretty simple really.

First day: All you can eat Pizza Hut.

Second day; Iftar at home.

Third day; All you can eat McDonalds.

Fourth day; All you can eat Subway.

Fifth day; Iftar at home.

Sixth day; Iftar with cousins.

Seventh day; Pizza Hut with dessert at some nice cafe.

 

Lather, rinse, repeat.

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(salam)

Islamicmobility has come up with a Qur'aan tafseer which I thought could be beneficial for readers:

http://www.islamicmobility.com/elibrary_20.htm

The tafseer is called 'An Enlightening Commentary into the Light of the Holy Quran' by a group of scholars. It is in 20 volumes (so I'm assuming it will cover all the suraahs) and easily downloadable.

I will start my shahr Ramadhan plan with this!

Edit: I just checked the site again. It is for the whole of Qur'aan.

I've seen that same tafseer on another website (maaref foundation) only it wasn't a complete translation. I'm very happy to see the whole thing. JazakAllah khayr.

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Salam

I will spend my time during Ramadan with reading/reciting the Quran and think about what I've read and use tafsir to understand more.This will take place on my balcony between my plants.In between I'll do thikr and the prayers.During the week I need to work bit and the rest of the time I'll be thinking of how I can get a good character and about what I can do for Imam Mahdi af, to get closer to Allah swt.Du'a after Iftar and ziyarat also...inshallah

May Allah t accept your fasting, prayers and reward u all.

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For today:

01:00 - Shower

01:30 - Salat ul-Layl

02:00 - Qur`an (first juz)

02:20 - Drink mad amounts of water before imsak

02:28 - Imasak, go read Du'a

02:45 - Play flappy bird

02:48 - Fajr Adhan

02:52 - Fajr

03:00 - Sleeeeeeep

06:30 - Wake up & shower

07:00 - Wake family up & prepare breakfast for the person that isn't fasting.

07:30 - House chores

09:00 - Yard sale

13:12 - Zuhr/Asr

13:30 - More yard sale

16:00 - End yard sale; put stuff away

17:00 - Chill

21:36 - Maghrib/Isha

22:00 - FOOOOOOD & WATERRRRR

01:30 - Lather, rinse, repeat (hopefully more sleep the next day :dunno: )

Fajr time. Take care homies.

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I take the Night Owl position.

 

I stay up until after Fajr, then salah wa iqra. Check SC

 

Do somethings. Get sleepy, Fall asleep.

 

Get up for Duhr then go back to sleep. Get up for Asr, then take it easy.

 

Wait for  al-Magreb then salah and eat.

 

Relax, goof off, eat, watch TV, read SC.

 

Sohar, Fajr, Iqra, SC

 

Repeat, as slowly as possible.

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