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Make a Ramadan plan

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On 5/27/2016 at 1:00 PM, God is love said:

Remembering God, engaging in divine dhikr, saying the prayers that exist, paying attention to their meaning, reciting the Holy Quran, saying daily prayers on time, avoiding sins and showing good behavior in this month are opportunities that are available to all of us.

Thank you for the reminder to make a Ramadan plan! 

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23 hours ago, QiiQii said:

Repeat for 30 days.:yahoo:

Or 29 days. It depends on the moonsighting. :) 

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Insha'Allah,i want to read the Quran,pray a lot and recite a lot of new duas I've discovered like dua kumayl and those from sahifa Kamila. I recited the dua of welcoming Ramadan by imam Ali bin Hussein (as) and feel very pleased that I have accomplished something very useful.

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On ‎27‎-‎05‎-‎2016 at 10:42 PM, zainabamy said:

I'm doing daily plans that are a little bit like this:

1:30am Salat al Layl

2:00am Suhoor and Sunnah Fajr

2:30am Fajr and read Qur'an

9am Do any jobs I need to get done, read books, memorise Qur'an

1:00pm Make morning du'as and Zhuhr

2:00pm Have a nap and do any more jobs

6:00pm Asr

7:00pm Evening du'as/reading

9:30pm Iftar + Maghrib

9:45pm Dinner

11pm Isha 

MashAllah! Seems like a plan. And separating the salahs is the best use of time.

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12:30 AM Arrive back from Tarawee7, eat drink anything before passing out.

3:20 am Suhoor and Sunnah Fajr, (10% chance I'll actually get up and do this)

9:00am Start my Job at the office

5:30 - 6:30pm Leave work (if I wasn't fired for zombying around)

7:00pm Get home and hope I can stay awake until Maghrib and Iftar

8:40pm Pray and stuff my face

9:30pm Leave for 'Isha and Tarawee7

12:30 AM back to square 1.

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This seems like a good place to post about my first full Ramadan.

I fasted one day last year before I converted and had a really tough time. This year, after building my base of Islamic knowledge and my faith, I am having a wonderful time during this Ramadan. It is a soul detoxification for me.

I moved to California two days before Ramadan and started fasting on the second day of Ramadan after I recovered from a long 2600 mile drive. I feel great. The first day was rough, but since then, it has been surprisingly smooth. The only other days that have been rough are those when I do not wake up in time to eat before Imsaak, which has been two times. As long as I eat and drink before Imsaak, I am totally ok during the day.

I am really enjoying this time of detoxifying my soul and mind. I'll write more on this later today.

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On 6/15/2016 at 8:16 PM, Convertible said:

I am curious as to why there is such little discussion regarding Ramadan.

People are really busy during these holy days and schedules are changed. Free time is spent in making food for others and spending time in Islamic Center, etc.

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Dua Iftitah by Hussain Ghareeb / دعا افتتاح

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