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

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)

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 18: Vulgarity

The first sin the Prophet ﷺ warned against while fasting is vulgarity. Let us observe the fast of the tongue by avoiding all obscenity.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 17: Quran

The world is abuzz with Quranic recitation in Ramadan. The Quran, by far, is and will always be the most oft read and recited book ever.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 16: Curb the Nafs

Fasting curbs the cravings of the lower self, for when the body is hungry the nafs is full but when the body is full the nafs is hungry.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 15: Immune System

Fasting has many physical benefits including the healthy maintenance of the whole body, and the rejuvenation of the entire immune system.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 14: The Soul’s Immune System

The Islamic purpose of fasting is to create taqwa: the soul’s own immune system, which develops resistance to spiritual diseases and sin.

Ramaḍān 2019 – Day 13: Soaring

Fasting curbs our animalistic indulgence and carnality, and enables us to break free of the shackles of bestiality and soar to spirituality.

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