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    candel ~!~ Ramdan and Studies ~!~

    Islam is a complete way of life that has shown us how to carry out day to day activities throughout the year, at every given moment, time and circumstance. The month of Ramadhan is a very special month for every Muslim. A month which earns the unlimited blessings and mercy of Allah Ta’ala and a month which multiplies the reward of every deed manifold. It is for this reason that we are encouraged to exert ourselves more in the worship of Allah Ta’ala in this month than in other months of the year.

    *Concentrating over the examination papers during the hot day, together with fasting and thereafter standing at night in Taraweeh will certainly tire a person tremendously. Therefore, we should ensure that we sleep early at nights, immediately after the Taraweeh Salat.

    *After the fajr salat, start off the day with daily recitation of the Qura'n including surah Yaseen. Thereafter, we may practice the Dhikr of Allah Ta’ala for a short while after which if one feels fresh, he can get down to a ‘serious study period’ of at least forty five minutes. This will be an ideal time to study.

    *Moreso, after forty five minutes of studying this will automatically lead one to the time for Salaatul Ishraaq.Four Rakaats after sunrise makes a person’s work for the day easy for him.After this, depending on the nature of the examination subject and the commencing time, one will still get two full comfortable hours of sleep.

    *It is also of vital importance to rest and relax the mind properly after the examination proper.After Dhuhr, there is ample time (approximately four solid hours). One may study in the latter portion of these four hours, it will be advisable to engage in some form of worship (Nawaafil, Tasbeehaat, Du’aa, etc.) immediately after Dhuhr Salaat for a short while (approximately 15 – 20 minutes). Thereafter, rest again and wake up leaving ample time to have a full study session before Asr Salaat.

    *The time between Asr and Maghrib should be left solely for the worship of Allah Ta’ala. This is a very blessed time. Therefore, one should preferably occupy this time with recitation of the Qur’aan. The last 15 minutes of this time prior to Iftaar can be allocated for Du’aa.

    *After Maghrib and supper, it will be best to recite the Masnoon Surahs, Waaqi’ah, Tabaarak, etc. and thereafter prepare for Taraweeh.

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    nice sharing

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    jazakALLAH

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