Ramadan : How is the preparation for Ramdan going :) ?

Assalaamu alaykum brothers n sisters !!

Ramadan is almost here, Alhamduillah and it very very essential for us to prepare for this blessed month. By preparing we maintain our imaan through out the month (without missing out on the blessed month's benefits) Insha'Allah. I thought I'd share some tips on how to prepare for Ramadan :)

1.Try to fast on Mondays and Thursdays as of today.

2.Start reading the Quran everyday after Fajr prayers.

3.Spend some time listening to recitations from the Quran.

4.Train yourself to go bed early so that you do not miss the Fajr prayers.

5.Keep yourself in a state of Wudu most of the time.

6.Evaluate yourself each day before going to bed.

7.Thank Allah for good deeds, and repent to Him for your mistakes and sins.

8.Give yourself time alone, so that you can meditate, make dhikr and tasbeeh.

9.Start giving Sadaqah each day, no matter how little. Make it a habit like eating and drinking.

10.Spend more time reading Islamic books, especially the Quran, Seerah, Hadith, and Fiqh.

11.Find time to help others with your wisdom, knowledge and talent.Try to write articles on Islam for Muslims and non-Muslims.

I think not preparing for the month of Ramadan is why the masjids are half filled during Night prayers and Fajr prayers, during the middle of Ramadan itself? What do you think?

Insha'Allah let us all start the preparation =)

9 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Wa alaikkumussalam,

    1. I do on lunar 13-14-15 (3 days fasting for the last 3 months)

    2. I do

    3. http://tanzil.info/ (Mishari Al-Afasy's recitation i like the most)

    4. Alhumdhulillah - on it.

    5. Not yet (Bilal raliyallahu anhu was like that which earned him the footsteps in jannah heard by prophet when he went on Miraj)

    6. Yes (Subahallah-33, Alhumdhulillah-33, Allahu akbar-34 and Allahumma Bismika A'muthu Wa Ahya)

    7. Alhumdhulillah & Astagfirullaha wa a'thubu elayhi - 100 times in a day, after fard in mosque

    8. I make it a point.

    9. I do and i do by saying Subahallah-33, Alhumdhulillah-33, Allahu akbar-33 (or Subahallah-i-wal Alhumdhulillah-i-wallahu akbar-33) This equals as the rich people do sadaqah.

    10. I read monthly "Muslimah" and "Towheedh| and online http://www.onlinepj.com/

    11. Yahoo Q & A and discuss with others

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  • 1 decade ago

    wa alaikum salam

    Good tips mashaAllah, but also one should try and do these things year round inshaAllah. And you know I see that sometimes the masjids are full in Ramadan but empty the rest of the year, we need to not be just Ramadan worshipers. Ramadan is a time for extra worship, not a time to worship for a month like we should all year then stop after subhanAllah.

    May Allah reward you for your reminder. Ameen

    And Allah knows best

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well I'm getting up for Fajr every day, so I can be certain to get up for Ramadan, and well, because you should anyway.

    I try to keep wudhu but it's not easy for a newbie! I forget.

    I'm drinking less water during the day, because I have tried to fast for Ramadan in the past (as a non-Muslim) and I found the water part the worst part.

    I'm cutting back on coffee so I don't go bonkers without it later in the day.

    I can't go to bed early though because Isha is so late. I used to go to bed early before, but now I have to stay up for Isha and it makes me tired during the day but inshallah I will adjust to it before Ramadan and be in good condition to fast.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Jazakallah Khair

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I'm like 'account' i didn't know that i had to prepare!!!

    this is my Ramadan timetable:

    Wake up at Fajr time, pray, eat like 5 weetbixes and have 3 glasses of water, read quran, go back to sleep. go back to school. come home, prey Asr, do homework/read Quran, breakfast with family at Maghrib. (I'm only 12 BTW =)

    So Jazakallah for sharing!!!!!!

  • 1 decade ago

    I have to prepare?

    All I do is wake up really early, put rice in my mouth...drink 3 glasses of water and go to sleep, wake up again for school, fall asleep in school, come home and break fast.

    The end.

    Source(s): But those are good tips.
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Assallam alaikum

    I think you are right & I appreciate your suggestions.

    I can't wait till Ramadan!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago


    Thanks for sharing sister.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Thanks for the tips.

    I am now reciting the Quran more now that it is close to Ramadan.

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