The end of Ramadan is just around the corner and we bid farewell to this blessed month with mixed feelings. On the one hand, we don’t want to let go of the month because of what it promised us in terms of the immense spiritual rewards as well as the opportunity it offered for the self atonement of our souls. Those of us, on the other hand, who put in the extra effort and pushed ourselves to make the most of the month, are excited about the possibility of truly having earned Allah’s pleasure.
As we wrap up the observances of this month and get ready to celebrate the days of Eid Al-Fitr, we feel grateful to Allah for affording us the life, faith, and health to earn numerous Hasanat that most of us wouldn’t have worked for so eagerly during other times of the year. We hope and pray therefore that our efforts during this month would result in tilting the scales of Hasanat in our favor for our entry into paradise in the hereafter.
We also feel grateful because Ramadan showed us the true potential of adopting a lifestyle that is closer to our Islamic ideals. Living the days and nights of this month with a reoriented focus and closeness to Allah have provided us a standard by which to evaluate ourselves during other times of the year. None of us can deny that this month also nurtured an interesting dynamic that drove us to bond more strongly and meaningfully within our families and engaged us more intently and positively with the activities of the Muslim communities at large. That’s indeed something that we should hold on to even after Ramadan.
Riyad-us-Saliheen: Its significance and a brief biography of Imam Nawawi
This month also helped us to realize that with proper determination we can stave off procrastination and laziness and instead adopt various positive behaviors required to accomplish more than what we usually settle for. We can thus carry forward these useful attitudes and behaviors and display them in other aspects of our lives as well and thereby live a life of excellence and get ready for the life to come.
Let’s, therefore, welcome Eid Al-Fitr with an attitude of gratitude and a renewed spirit of Taqwa in our hearts. During our celebrations, let’s also ensure that we avoid any haraam practices and activities that may potentially nullify our hard earned credits.
Remember, all our hard work in Ramadan was to earn His pleasure and doing anything to lose that will be tantamount to throwing away all that hard work.
A very Happy Eid Mubarak to you and your families.
— The IqraSense.com Blogger.
A resolution to adhere to the ideals of Islam that we (hopefully) succeeded in achieving during Ramadan, is what is needed in the following days. We need to remain as focussed on Allah (SWT) and the desire to earn His Pleasure, as we were during Ramadan.
May Allah reward you for encouraging us and helping us by directing our attention to all that makes fasting effective – the requirements of Ramadan – and specific prayers to be offered for the success of this life and the Hereafter, Aameen.
Eid el Fitr Mubarak Saeed and jazakum Allah kheer for all the interesting articles you have shared with us during this holy month.
JazakAllah Khair to my brothers and sisters at Iqra Sense. May Allah SWT accept all we worked for in the outgoing blessed month of Rmadan 1432. Ed Mubarak!!!
Taqabbala Allahu syamana! Wa a`izzal-muslimiyn!
May Allah accept all our acts of ibadah and reward you all at Iqrasense abundantly.Ameen .
Asslmu alaikum bro nd sistr,s in islam. Shukran 2 evry1 involved in this site,I hav learned so much and understand so much better as to how to establish my duas nd imaan. I’m proud 2 b on this blessed site nd the best of duas for evry1. Hav a blessed eid.
Eid mubarak to all my muslim brothers and sisters.may the blessings of ramadhan continue to be with us
Eid mubarak to all muslim insha Allah
Shukran to all at iqrasense for all D????? articles u have shared with us during dis month.
Shukran to all at iqrasense for all the articles u have shared with us during dis month.
Assalamu Alleykum fellow brothers and sisters,
I would like to take this time to congratulate the Muslim Community for this wonderful and spiritual Ramadan Month. I would like and love to urge all Muslims around the world to always take Ramadan very very serious, especially the last ten days. As for me, I prayed in my weak way in the early morning hours, and I saw a great sign. Bravo to ALLAH the Almighty, Most Gracious and Most Merciful, and to all His Angels and Prophets He sent down to deliver His message.
May ALLAH protect us from evil. Amin (Amen).
May ALLAH continue to bless us in our endeavors.
Jaz kallahu hairun to Iqra Sense for keeping us informed through thje month of Ramadan. Wishing all the Muslim happy Eid el Fitr. May Allah accept our Ibadat ameen.
EID UL FITR Mubarak to all,
Eid Mubarak All Muslims in the World.Allahu Akbar!
Jazakallah-ul-khair. Allah bless ummat of sallala-hu-allihusalam with RAHMAT OF RAMAD. A VERY HAPPY EID-AL-FITR TO ALL.
Asalaam 2 all & Jazakalah khair 2 Iqrasense for all the inspiring articles this whole month of Ramadaan.
Eid mubarak Iqrasense may u go from strenght 2 strenght
Insha Allah Aameen
Wa’alaikum salaam wr wb
‘Eid Mubaarak to Iqrasense and readers. Its a blessing to get to follow your site and updates, to get to learn a lot from your articles. JazaakumulLaah khayron.
Taqobbala lLaah minnaa wa minkum.
Asalmau-aleikum Iqrasense, Eidmubarak
Taqaballahu minna wa minkum.
Jazakumullaahu Khairan for the wonderfull articles that you have shared with me.
eid mubarak to all muslim
a very Happy Eid to all Muslims & Thank you Iqrasense for your outstanding work that you have provided to everyone during this a WONDERFUL MONTH
jazakAllah khair , may dis eid bring lots of hapiness, blessing n hidayah in our lives……”Eid Mubarak “to all……
Thank you iqrasense.com for providing the muslim ummah with excellent info during ramadan.
Eid mubarak to you and Muslim Ummah ! May you have a blessed Eid and made dua for you lot.
Long live our beautiful Islam.
eid mubarak jazakallah for all the wonderful mails
Eid Mubarak 2 u all, May Allah Forgive us all with his Mercy.
Thank you so much for the mail. I also reciprocrate the greetings of Eidulfitr. Truely the Eidulfitr is joyous for those who have performed all farayaz and the ahkams of Shariye muthahara during the month of Ramadan. This month has realy enliven our hearts with the sense of taqwa. May Allah subhanawotala give us toufeeq to continue aamale saleha in the days to come. I take this opportunity to wish a happy eidulfitr to all muslims
PROFOUNDLY EID MUBARAK TO IQRASENSE unit & All Viewers
Assalam-u-alekum my islamic brothers and sisters.
Id-ul-ftra mubarak to all muslim ummah and iqrasense team.
alhamdullah thanx for guiding through out the ramadhan through your enlightening articles. jazakallah and happy eid-al-fitr
Idul-fitra Mubark to all my molsem brothers and sisters, and all Iqrasense team. Wishing you many more years of another Ramadan. Alhamdullah
Thanks for publishing such a great and informative Imman building article .Keep doing it
Belated Eid Mubarak to all muslim brothers and sisters all over
Belated Eid Mubarak to all Muslim in this entire world andespecially to all IqraSense team. May Allah Keep Us in His Blessed and may we meet the next Ramadhan. ameen