O’ People! Surely, a great and blessed month has enveloped you. A month, in which there is a night, deeds in which are better than of a thousand months.
-Prophet Muhammad (saw)

Laylatul Qadr is the Night of Power. Laylatul Qadr is the night that is better than one thousand months, Quran is saying. One thousand months, if you start calculating, it’s about eighty something years of a man’s life. Meaning in this one month, it is better than the whole life of a man.  It is blessed.

This beautiful night has approached us of the  Ramadhan as we all are praying id like to ask for forgivness for any bad i may have said or done to you.. May Allah forgive me also.. Lets all become better muslims.. Inshallah.. It could be anyone one of these beautiful nights that our duas and forgivness are accepted.. Please keep me and my fam in your duas.. As you are in mine.. And lets pray for the innocent muslims especially innocent children in the world May Allah protect them All.. Ameen.. And May Allah protect all muslims around the world from tyranny, dictatorship, poverty, May Allah home the homless, feed the poor and give them good health.. And lets remember all those who have died May Allah grant them in Jannat ul Firdous inshallah.. Ameen.. May Allah protect us and our families and friends and give us good health and continue on the Path of Mustaqeem.. Inshallah.. Ameen

O Allah make available for me the blessings of the night of Qadr, render my affairs easy to deal with instead of becoming difficult and cumbersome, take into consideration my apologies, and unburden my back from the heavy load of wrongdoings, O He who is compassionate while dealing with the upright

When Allah Is Accepting Duas
In Lailatul Qader,
May Yours Be One Of Them.
When He Is Forgiving People,
May You Be One Of Them.
When He Is Showering His Mercy Down,
May They Land On You.
May you have a blessed shabe-qadr!

I can tell you all one thing for sure, the best feeling in the world is when you’re standing before your lord and saying Glorified is Allah, the praise is for Allah, there is none worthy of worship but Allah, Allah is the Most Great.


Dear brothers and sisters, please take advantage of this night, from sunset till sunrise. Offer nawafil (prayers), recite QUR’AAN, do repent (Istaghfar), and Pray for pardon, recite many many Salawat (Darood Sharif & Salaam) and make benediction (Dua’as).


We all know of the aamal to be done on these Holy nights, Insha’Allah we can all benefit from them, but how many of us are effectively benefiting from them as we should? There are many different Dhikr that can be done, and therefore one usually feels the needs to do AS MUCH as possible in the hours before Fajr salah. In my honest opinion, this is not the way that it should be done. Yes, completing more aamals will reap more ‘rewards’ in the next world in terms of pure thawaab. But if we are not actively reflecting about the different aamal then we will not see any real benefit in this life, for reflection is the key to unlock the doors of mercy to the fullest.
My suggestion would be to spread the different aamal over the Holy nights so that they can still all be covered (if you wish it so) but with concentration, focus, understanding and contemplation. We shouldn’t feel as though we ‘miss out’ when we cannot finish a certain aamal. We all need to be in constant change, constant reflection, especially in this month and in these nights.
Let’s not become parrots. Quality over quantity every time. Insha’Allah

Laylatul Qadr refers to the Night of Power, the holiest night of Ramadan (and the rest of the year) when the Qur’an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad, sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
Good deeds done during this night are rewarded as if they have been performed over a thousand months - the Qur’an says of this night:
"Indeed, We sent the Qur’an down during the Night of Decree. And what can make you know what is the Night of Decree? The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months. The angels and the Spirit descend therein by permission of their Lord for every matter. Peace it is until the emergence of dawn." [97:1-5] 
Although the exact date of this Night isn’t known, we do know that it is within the last ten nights of Ramadan and also that it falls on an odd night i.e. 21, 23, 25, 27, 29. Muslims are encouraged to stay up the whole night reading the Qur’an, praying and making dua, especially because the reward for this night is the same as 83 years of worship, subhan’Allah.
Some Muslims who are able to do so will spend these days and nights in the masjid, remembering Allah swt, reading, praying night prayers, all sunnah prayers, and extra dua.
So these last ten nights be sure to perform extra dhikr (remembrance of Allah swt), read the Qur’an, perform night prayers, and increase the amount of dua you make.

Praise be to Allah. None can disclose anything hidden by Him; none can shut the doors kept open by Him; no one who makes a request is sent away disappointed by Him; and no one who looks long and attentively is deluded in his hopes.”  

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