Documentary on the origin and survival of ninjas throughout ancient Japan up to the modern times.
By: Omar Suleiman
The most obvious deed to continue is fasting because despite how long the days have been, fasting has become your second nature by now. So it’s no coincidence that we were encouraged by the Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wa salam) to follow up a month of fasting in Ramadan with 6 days of fasting in Shawwal.
Now is the time to start fasting Mondays and Thursdays and the 13th, 14th, and 15th of every Islamic month. Your body is used to it and your soul craves it. But here’s something else I would add. Although we really can’t have Ramadan outside of Ramadan, which is why the fasts will feel different, we can try to duplicate the experience as much as possible. What makes Ramadan special ASIDE from fasting is the Taraweeh prayer, Quran recitation, community/family iftars, etc. Obviously the month of Ramadan also has virtues that are completely out of our control like Laylatul Qadr, the gates of paradise opened, the gates of hell shut, etc. But for the first set of things, we should try to create a similar experience. So here are my tips:
Mohammed Faris, founder of ProductiveMuslim.com (aka Abu Productive), shares with you daily tips to help you become productive during Ramadan. In this episode you’ll learn about:
Sustaining energy throughout Ramadan with the power of “Intentionality”. This is not about simply stating intentions but being “Intentional” about how you’ll spend your Energy, Focus, and Time to maximize your Ramadan potential.
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On the islands of the rich and the famous, Seychelles, people are accepting Islam from the local, previously colonized population!!! Here is the beautiful Jami Mosque of Seychelles. Look how it fits right in with the tropical climate. May Almighty Allah enable Muslims to unite throughout the world!!!