Let Your Kindness Heal “This Ramadan”

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Ramadan is a glorious and sacred month in which we not only fast but also give up mundane matters and submit to Allah S.W.T in worship. Moreover, it is when most people observe Zakat for those in need to help people, spread hope, and bond with our Ummah. All these acts of kindness are done to please Allah S.W.T and gather His mercy.

What Is The Essence Of Ramadan?

Fasting is the third pillar of Islam and is observed at dawn. The main essence of fasting is abstinence from food and sinful deeds throughout the month. Iftar, the meal to break the fast, is taken at sunset. Ramadan is a time when Muslims worldwide strive to please Allah S.W.T and to reap extensive rewards in this life and the hereafter by practising compassion, reflection, and purification.

Eid al-Fitr falls by the end of Ramadan when the moon is sighted. It is a three-day celebration as Allah S.W.T mentions that Eid is a gift from Him for his servants who surrendered worldly material for His will.

For Whom Is Fasting Compulsory?

All able and adolescent Muslims are required to fast from sunrise to sunset, except for pregnant or breastfeeding women, those suffering from illness, the elderly and travelling Muslims.

Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) said:

“Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan with faith, and seeks God’s pleasure and reward, will have his previous sins forgiven.”

FiqhusSunnah, Volume 3, Number 109

How Impactful Is Ramadan?

For countless people worldwide, Ramadan is when they receive humanitarian assistance through Zakat and Sadaqat. It is when Muslims reflect upon their blessings and share them with those in need, feeling helpless by giving up food and water. So this is the month that brings the entire Ummah together and unites them.

Let Your Kindness Heal This Ramadan

This Ramadan, ensure countless rewards for your acts of generosity by helping vulnerable communities. Allah S.W.T multiplies good deeds in Ramadan in manifolds, so be kind and gather his mercy by sharing your blessings.

No matter how small, a small act of generosity is still a blessing. Your donations can feed the starving, provide the impoverished with water, help orphans and vulnerable children and provide a livelihood to the disadvantaged in Syria. So make a difference in people’s lives this Ramadan.

Let Your Kindness Heal This Ramadan