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OPINION: What To Avoid In The Month Of Ramadan

Without any doubt, Ramadan is one of the noblest months in Islamic year. It is the month where Muslims change their regular routine, turn towards prayers seeking forgiveness, and seek the blessings and mercy of Allah Almighty for the rest of the year.

In the month of Ramadan, the goal of a Muslim is to make the best use of the month and seek as much blessings and mercy as possible and refrain from all such activities that spoil the fast and somehow make a Muslim lose all the reward and blessings, which he or she had earned.

Therefore, it is adviceable for every Muslim to avoid the below things.

1. Avoid Anger: The first thing that a Muslim needs to avoid during Ramadan is anger. It is the root cause of all the evils and the outcome of it is never good. When angry the judgment of a person gets clouded and he or she is not able to see clearly, and in such unclear situation a person commits mistakes that for which a person has to feel ashamed or repent upon later on.

2. Fasting Without Prayer: This usually happens in cases when Muslims stay awake during the night and spend all day sleeping.

Besides praying in fast, the prayers themselves are mandatory upon a Muslim, and fasting or no fast, a Muslim is supposed to offer them regularly.

3. Taking Ramadan As A Ritual: For many of us, Ramadan has lost its spirituality and has become more of a ritual than a form of Ibadah (worship).

We fast from morning to night like a zombie just because everyone around us is fasting. We forget that it’s a time to purify our hearts and our souls from all evil…. we forget to supplicate, forget to beseech Allah to forgive us and ask Him to save us from the Fire. Sure we stay away from food and drink, but that’s about all.

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