Ramadan - Day 3 checklist

Assalamu alaikum brothers and sisters

Ramadan Mubarak

How is your fast going? So far I have found it quite easy. Alhamdulillah

Here’s a Ramadan checklist of things we should try to do during Ramadan. I hope, in shaa Allah, it will firstly act as a reminder to myself, then to others, too and that Allah will reward me for this and will reward everyone of you for reading this and taking notice of it, in shaa Allah. Ameen :palms_up_together:t3:

Remember, during Ramadan Allah increases the rewards of the believers doing righteousness. Alhamdulillah

So we must ensure everything we say and do is truly for the sake of Allah and refrain from saying and doing a thing merely through habit; but rather stay focused and ensure we do it for the sake of Allah alone and with hope of gaining His rewards and attaining a place in Jannah as a result of obtaining His rahma during this month.

•Correct our intentions (ie. Ensure everything is done for the sake of Allah)
•Read/recite The Qu’ran
•Learn the Arabic alphabet
•Learn tajweed
•Read the seerah of our beloved Prophet (s.a.w)
•Do much supplication
•Do much charity
•Apply The Qu’ran and hadith to our lives as much as possible
•Do sunnah prayers (ie Sunnah of Fajr, Zuhr, Maghrib and Isha, Taraweeh and Tahajjhud, 2 rakahs of salah whenever wudhu is performed etc)
•Improve our character
•Pray our fard (obligatory) prayers on time & with focus
•Have self control
•Listen to beneficial lectures on Ramadan by known scholars
•Listen to Qu’ran recitation
•Stay away from false speech and all other bad words/actions
•Women and men lower their gaze to each other
•Wear clothes pleasing to Allah
•Be generous
•Stay away from arrogance and extravagance
•Supplicate on breaking the fast [iftar] (Dates and water if possible)
•Have suhoor to start your fast; there is blessings found in it. Alhamdulillah
•Gratitude to those around you and to Allah
•Abstain from listening to music
•Abstain from anything doubtful
•Going up (Alhamdulillah); going down (subhaanAllah) on travels
•Use social media for the purpose of da’wah and limit yourself from social media

If you can think of anything else; please comment in the comments section below

Have a lovely safe day ahead