A collection of words of wisdom and excerpts from the spiritual gatherings of Shaykh Riyadh ul Haq

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 28: Avoid Distraction

Let not the fatigue of our month’s endeavours or the excitement of the pending Eid distract us from the last few blessed moments of Ramadan.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 27: Spiritual Focus

Fasting itself is a form of i’itikāf whereby we retreat into a bodily seclusion, renounce food, drink and desire, and focus on the spirit.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 26: Last Friday

As the final hours of the last Jumuah of this Ramadan pass, let not the beauty and blessings of these moments escape us. Du’as!

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 25: Malnourished Souls

In Ramadan we should deny our overindulged bodies their earthly gratification and instead provide heavenly food for our malnourished souls.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 24: Content

Instead of learning to just ‘live’ with what we have but learning to be actually ‘content’ with what we have is true belief in Allah’s Qadr.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 23: No Equal

A hadith on fasting:

Abu Umamah al-Bahili relates: I said, ‘O Messenger of Allah! Instruct me with a deed through which Alläh will benefit me.’ He ﷺ replied, ‘Adhere to fasting for it has no equal.’ (al-Nasai in his Sunan)

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 22: Vigil

Aishah رضي الله عنها  said: When the last ten days would begin the Prophet ﷺ would fasten his cloth, keep vigil, and awaken his family. (al-Bukhari)

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 21: Last Ten

The Prophet’s ﷺ devotion increased in Sh’aban, then again at the beginning of the new month, culminating in the last ten days of Ramadan.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 20: Seclusion

The Prophet’s ﷺ practice of i’itikaf began even before Quranic revelation when he would seclude himself in the cave of Hira during Ramadan

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 19: Expiators

The five prayers, Friday to Friday, and Ramadan to Ramadan are all expiators of what’s in between them if one avoids major sins. (Muslim)

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