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    Here are some tips on things we can do on the Night of Power and the time before and after it. This list is a summary of an insightful article on We strongly recommend you to visit the link below and benefit from the whole article.

    Take a vacation for Allah: We take a break from our jobs for almost everything in life. Why not this time to focus on worshiping and thanking our Creator.

    Do Itikaf: It was a practice of the Prophet to spend the last ten days and nights of Ramadan in the Masjid for Itikaf, which involves people performing various forms of Dhikr (the remembrance of Allah), doing extra Prayers, and recitation and study of the Quran.

    Make this special Dua: Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her, said: I asked the Messenger of Allah: 'O Messenger of Allah, if I know what night the night of al-Qadr is, what should I say during it?' He said: 'Say: O Allah, You are pardoning and You love to pardon, so pardon me.' "(Ahmad, Ibn Majah, and Tirmidhi). The transliteration of this supplication is "Allahumma innaka `afuwwun tuhibbul `afwa fa`fu `annee"

    Recite the Quran: Perhaps you can choose Surahs or passages from the Quran which you have heard in Tarawih Prayer this Ramadan to recite.

    Reflect on the meaning of the Quran: Choose the latest Surah or Surahs you've heard in Tarawih and read their translation and Tafseer. Then think deeply about their meaning and how it affects you on a personal level.

    Get your sins wiped out: Pray some extra/voluntary Salah. Don't just pray using the shorter Surahs that you know. Try to make your prayers longer, deeper and meaningful. Read the translation and explanation of the Surahs you know and then pray reciting these Surahs, carefully reflecting on the meaning while you pray.

    Make a personal Dua list: Ask yourself what you really want from Allah. Make a list of each and everything, no matter how small or how big it is, whether it deals with this world or not. Allah loves to hear from us. Once this list is ready, ask Allah to give you those things and plan your efforts in getting those things in the future.

    Evaluate yourself: Do an evaluation of where you are and where you are going. Let this evaluation lead you to feel happiness for the good you have done and remorse for the bad you have done. This latter feeling should make it easier to seek Allah's sincere forgiveness when making the Dua mentioned in tip #3 above.

    Make long, sincere and deep Duas: One of the best times to do this is during the last part of the night. For instance, wake up one hour before Suhoor time to ask Allah for anything and everything you want that is permissible. This can be done using the Duas of the Sunnah, but also Dua in your own language, with sincerity and conviction.

    Memorize a different Dua every night: They don't have to be long. They can be just one line. And be sure to know what they mean generally at least. You can put them on index cards (and glance at them during work, while driving, waiting in line, etc.) Then practice them at night in prayer.

    Have Iftar with the family: If you've spent Iftar time on weekdays in your cubicle at work alone with a couple of dates, now is the last few days you'll have this Ramadan to spend with your family. Use it wisely.

    Take the family to Tarawih: Have your spouse and kids missed Tarawih most of Ramadan because you weren't there to drive them to the Masjid, which is too far away to walk to? If so, bring everyone for Tarawih in these last ten nights at least.

    Attend the Dua after the completion of Quran recitation: Almost all Masjids where the Imam aims to finish an entire reading of the Quran in Tarawih prayers in Ramadan, will be completing their recitation in these last ten nights. Attend this particular night's Tarawih prayer with your family.

    Finish reading a book on the Prophet: Read about the Prophet's life, which can increase your love for him and Islam by seeing how much he struggled for Allah's sake. It may inspire you to push yourself even harder during these last ten nights. This community is built on sacrifice.

    Plan for the next year: Once you've done a self-evaluation, you can plan on where you want to go, at least in the next 12 months. Laylatul Qadr is a great night to be thinking about this (without taking away from your worship), since you'll Insha Allah, be in a more contemplative state.

    To do list for the Night of Power: Make a to do checklist for each odd Night of these last ten days. This should define how you would like your night to be used. Pick things from this list and define the sequence you would like to do things in. This will help you avoid wasting your time in unproductive chats which are common in the festive atmosphere of Masjids at the Night of Power.

    [from "16 things you can do on the Night of Power" by Abdul Malik Mujahid]

    O ye who believe! if ye fear Allah, He will grant you a criterion (to judge
    between right and wrong), remove from you (all) evil (that may afflict) you, and forgive you: for Allah is the Lord of grace unbounded. al-Qur'an 8:29
    22.1 . O mankind! Fear your Lord . Lo! the earthquake of the Hour ( of Doom ) is a tremendous thing .

    Rabul MashriqaiN wal MaghribaiN


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