Even though we know all about the sacredness of the month of Ramadan and fasting, the question “Why should we prepare ourselves for Ramadan?” still remains unanswered in most of the cases. insha Allah in this article, let’s have a glance why we should prepare ourselves for Ramadan.
Just as Ramadan is a month of gaining rewards through many means, so is it a time for making excuses and procrastinating in many ways. No more excuses as you hear it from Muslims fasting for 20-21 hours, busy parents, students of knowledge and more. Learn some practicable tips from your regular IOU blog team members to maximise your Ramadan.
There is almost a month before Ramadan begins--give or take a few days. So let's begin now to make habits for Ramadan so that during the month of Ramadan, you and I can focus on acting upon those habits with excellence rather than stressing ourselves out in trying to set them!
The longer one makes daily mistakes, the more that Shaitan's trappings will start to be harder to resist and easier to fall into which usually revolve around various addictions as Shaitan wants to trap a person so he can move onto the next one and an addiction locks one into a vice, sin or foul activity without the ability to escape it freeing up Shaitan to go after others while making that person not only a slave of Shaitan but also perhaps working to spread his foul causes and agendas.