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  1. Wow subhan’Allah!
    “As narrated in the hadith of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him)(peace and blessings be upon him) – our deeds alone will not save us.”

    never expect that deeds will be accepted but hope and keep praying that it will, this concept will continue for us in worshiping ALLAH SWT in the most manner able and humble way!
    jazak’Allah khayr! :)

  2. “The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him) said: “Do good deeds properly, sincerely, and moderately; and know that your deeds will not make you enter Paradise, and that the most beloved deed to Allah’s is the most regular and constant, even though it were little.” [Bukhari]”

    I don’t understand this much. Is it the deeds we did will be forgotten? What it means by and know that your deeds will not make you enter Paradise, and that the most beloved deed to Allah’s is the most regular and constant, even though it were little?

    • Our deeds will not be forgotten. Rather, what is meant by the Hadith is that our deeds alone will not make us enter Paradise, but it is through the Mercy and Forgiveness of Allah (swt) that we ill attain Paradise, inshaAllah. Here’s further reading on the explanation of this Hadith: http://islam4me.wordpress.com/2011/01/09/is-the-price-of-paradise-good-deeds/.

      Re: the deeds most beloved to Allah (swt): The Prophet (saw) encouraged us to do good deeds that we can do but do them regularly – meaning we should not take up on massive deeds (such as spending the entire night up in worship, for instance) that we cannot be consistent with (i.e., we cannot stay up every night, in the case of this example – some may be able to, some not. So each individual’s case depends on him/her.)

      The purpose of it is consistency. Engage in good, be it little, but remain consistent in it. Do not jump into doing something with great enthusiasm, do it for a few days, then upon realizing it has sapped your energy, and you tire and completely let go.

      Hope this clarifies. Please let us know if you’d like us to clarify further.

  3. Assalamu Alaykom.. Jazak Allah khairan for your precious articles..
    I had great plans for the last ten days of Ramadan and then alhamdulillah I got sick.. Can you give us some advices how to deal and overcome that physically and psychologically? Thank you:)

    • Wa alaikum assalaam warahmatullah Sr. Dalia,

      There’s a hadith that says that a travelling or ill person is rewarded in accordance to the deeds s/he used to do when not traveling or when s/he was well. (You can read it here: http://www.sunnah.com/abudawud/21#3.)

      So, inshaAllah, you’re being rewarded for what you used to do. Not just that, but you are also rewarded, inshaAllah, for the good that you intended, as stated in this hadith: http://www.sunnah.com/riyadussaliheen/1#11.
      May Allah keep your intentions sincere and reward them. Ameen.

  4. Yes, we really appreciate those days for hard worship to Allah, may he accepting these deeds and give us the save from the fire , give us more health to able doing well and right for him .
    At last I hope every Muslims feeling this sense those days and don’t let them go away Thanks a lot

  5. if women are in the state of monthly periods and they have to abstain from salat and reading quran,often it leads to a low feeling..meaning to say all are busy engaged in reading quran and praying extra nafl how can they still stay productive and reap rewards in the night of qadr..??i would love to hear your views on the same

  6. Asalam Alikum Jama3’a!! Lovely place in company of so many productive muslim brothers n sisters Mashaa Allah….For sure the last ten days are the most important ones and we have to make sure that we do our best in increasing Dhikr and reciting Holy Quran alot (with meaning will be greater rewards)!! Dear AP, after Ramadan it will be great if we can have a dialogue or article on Muslims of today trying to live a more luxurious life rather den leading a simpler one as taught by our lovely religion Islam. Jazakallah Khairan

  7. Amazing. Thank you so much! Verrrrry needed as I have final exams during this time. May Allah reward you; this softened my heart and put tears in m eyes… I will do, not try, but DO my best inshaAllah! May Allah make it easy for us all :) ameen

    • Alhamdulillah, glad you found it so.
      You’re most welcome to share what we post here. Please just ensure to mention the source and present the information in it’s original form as posted here. Much appreciated!
      JazakiAllah khair.

  8. Masha’Allah! Brother this is a very good article, just in time for the last ten nights. May Allah reward you for helping us get the most out of Ramadan!!!

  9. Aslm !really to read this article. It reminds us that ramadhan is ending. Reminding us our goal in life , especially that part no sincerity, ar sometimes we keep no doing things forgetting why and for who are we doing it

  10. All the articles and.or messages are very useful and practical. The guidance are so good that if people use them it will be in their interest and benefit. I pray to Almighty Allah to reward you people for all the efforts.

  11. A.a.
    Wallahy ya akhy, Jazaak ALLAHU Kheyran to you and your team for helping us make our Ramadhan more Productive with your tips and advice!
    May Allah reward you all abundantly AMEEN

  12. Salaamu Alaikum! Jazaakallah Khairan Karheeran for always posting the right thing at the right time. This was soooo needed!

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