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Salaam alaikoum dear brothers and sisters,

It's highly recommended to perform the night prayer. This prayer has a lot of benefits and will help you in this life and in the hereafter inshaAllah. Imam ‘Ali (a.s.) said: “Staying awake in the (last part of the) night is healthy for the body, pleasing to the Lord Almighty, a means of Divine Mercy and adherence to the akhlaq of the prophets (a.s.). (al-Khisal: 121)

My question is how do you spend or how would you like to spend your night in worship? Do you read, study, pray in the night? And how much time do you use for it? What are your personal experiences and miracles/benefits?

Jazzakum Allahu khayr!

Edited by Muhammad47

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Salam , wake up around 1 hour before the morning prayer , pray salat layl during the qunoot of salat al witr you can read as much supplications as you want. 

Pray the  nafilah 2 rakat before fajr prayer the pray fajr prayer. Do tasbeeh al zahra and read sura saffat (sura 37 highly recommended ). 

Ziyart ashura and dua al Ahad is also highly recommended. 

Wait till sunrise and if you want you can sleep for another hour or so or you can continue with your day 

if you did all those and you still have Time , reflect. Think about Allah. 

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6 minutes ago, Irfani313 said:

You could either do Salat ul Layl, read Qur’an, or read / research a book on deen or akhlaq. A moment of pondering in religion or the magnificence of Allah swt is worth more than many mustahib salat. 

Thanks bro. How much time do you spend on these things at night?

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On 1/3/2019 at 9:10 AM, Muhammad47 said:

Thanks bro. How much time do you spend on these things at night?

It really depends on the mood, inclination, and how fresh I feel. Salat Ul Layl if only doing the basics could take anywhere between 15 min. to an hour (all 11 Raka’). 

A passage of Qur’an could be quick but if you augment it with a bit of extra reading of a Tafseer, and then think more about it too, it could easily be a 5min. to half an hour exercise.

But don’t push yourself too hard, you could start with just the three raka’ that is 2 raka’ of Shafa salat and 1 raka’ of Witr as a starter Salaat ul Layl. You could do it even 10 min. before the Fajr time. So let’s say Fajr is 6am, you could pray the three raka (2+1) at 5:50am.

Just keep working towards it. And any days in between where you don’t feel like it, just skip till your heart yearns for it again. This is from an advice of Ameer ul Momineen (as). 

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