Ramadan is once more upon us, a time for piety and penance, for abstinence and absolution. As practitioners of the Muslim faith go about their month of fasting, let us all enlighten ourselves by exploring the significance of this holy month.
uzziblue: “ Pair this up with Tahajjud and wallahi you will get addicted to waking up for tahajjud and having that special connection with Allah. Not trying to blow my trumpet but I say this from experience and if a sinner like me can experience it.
It can be hard to forgive and let go but it's important to remember that harboring that resentment and holding a grudge can hurt you even more. The word "forgive" really means to give something up for yourself and not for them.
This is so true. I am often astonished by the many blessings from God that I never asked for, yet yearned for them in my heart. God truly knows every detail of your life and gives to us freely. Be grateful for the little things. God loves you!