Ramadan 2021 – Ramadan Mubarak
As we enter the Holy of Month of Ramadan, 2021 will see worshippers start their fasts on Tuesday 13th April and will hopefully last for 29 or 30 days. It is stated by the UAE’s Moon-Sighting Committee will certainly hold a virtual conference on Monday 12th April, after Maghreb prayers to view the crescent moon of Ramadan. Therefore disclosing the duration of the Holy Month.
The month of Ramadan 2021 in which revealed the Qur’an, a guidance for humanity as well as clear evidence for the support and the requirement (between right and wrong) [Al-Baqarah 2:185].
The actual evening that the Qur’ an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad is called Lailat ul Qadr, and to stand in petition on this night is stated to be better than a thousand months of prayer.
Ramadan 2021 is often called ‘Month of the Qur’an’ because of this, and the collective efforts of Muslims to recite as much of the Qur’an as they can during the month.
Numerous Mosques typically recite one thirtieth (1/30) of the Qur’an each night during the Taraweeh prayers. It is still unknown on which particular night the Qur’an was first revealed, but it is said to be one of the last ten nights of Ramadan.
Some may notice a decline in their energy levels and general enthusiasm. You may be too tired to even notice! But never despair, at MYFITAPE we’re here to give you that added burst of energy and enthusiasm you require to reclaim that fresh Ramadan sensation.
As we move through the month of Ramadan 2021, this is the time to revive your intents with decisiveness and willingness.
So, if you need some extra motivation, below are 5 Top Tips To Feeling Your Best:
- Review the goals you initially evaluated the beginning of Ramadan 2021. Where do you stand now? Are you on your way to reaching your earlier goals? Otherwise, don’t stress. It’s not too late to catch up if you’ve fallen back. Take a deep breath, make lots of du’a and power through to the end.
- Do your study regarding the best methods and times of prayer to Allah (swt), so you’re fully prepared for every wonderful moment of it. As these spiritual days of Ramadan hold tremendous value, you don’t want to lose out on any one of the fantastic benefits they hold. Learn what that means for you. Is that extra prayers? Or showing added kindness to yourself and to others. Plan well and don’t forget to enjoy it while it’s here.
- Ramadan is the most effective time to ease into a devoted night routine. Incorporating evening prayers can be key to improving your spirituality. Our routines are turned on their heads during Ramadan 2021 but there are many more blessings at night than in the day. If you’re not feeling totally energised though this can be challenging to jump straight into. Take a nap during the day to top up your energy levels and stay alert during the night. Try and spruce up your routine to accommodate this time of worship and prepare yourself for these upcoming nights of immense reward.
- Read to understand, instead of merely reading to recite the Qur’an. As Ramadan 2021 is the month of Qur’an, a lot of us attempt to finish the recounting of this Holy Book, one phase at a time. Nevertheless, with the stresses of day-to-day living, it is extremely easy to fall back. As the days have a tendency to feel the slowest, it is the ideal time to catch up and get back on track. If you get back on schedule, why not look into the translation of this Holy Book? Although the Qur’an has an incredible spiritual benefit on the one that is reading, it will certainly have a lasting effect when you understand what you are reading.
- Remembrance of Allah (swt). To keep you from falling into total and utter laziness, maintain the remembrance of Allah (swt) on your tongue. Any spare moment you get, don’t think twice to try dhikr (remembrance). Dhikr holds enormous advantages, from eliminating anxiousness as well as sadness to enlightening the heart and bringing tranquility. It’s one of the simplest, most beneficial acts of worship – light on the tongue and heavy on the scales.
Give these 5 Top Tips a go and make this the most blessed month of your year.
Have a listen to our Latest Podcast, where we talk in length about Ramadan 2021 this year.
Ramadan Mubarak to all !