Ramadan A month of Prayers, Peace and Blessings

In each of the daily salats , we solemnly declare Allah (swt), " Iyyâka ná'budu " (We only surrender obedience to you). The intelligent and committed Muslim understands that his very lifestyle is the framework of submission to Allah, he knows, remembering the words of our Prophet (sas) that " Du'a (the supplication) is the sample." Allah (swt), has encouraged Muslims to take advantage of certain times during the year to make Du'a . Such an occasion is presented annually during Ramadan , especially in the Laylat-ul Qadr , the Night of Destiny. On this night the most important event in human history occurred, the arrival of Yibril with the blessed book to reveal it, by order of Allah (swt), to His Messenger (sas). Accord- ing to its importance, Allah (swt) says: "And how will you know the value of the Night of Fate?" (97: 2) So valuable is this Qadr Night that the Qur'an consecrates a special surah to it. " Laylatul Qadr is better That a thousand months "(97: 3) This night exceeds the value of 30,000 nights The arrival of this Night can occur in any of the last ten nights of Ramadan . Keep it hidden.In fact, The Prophet (sas) prevented us from telling us his precise moment. One day, he went out to tell the exact night to his companions. On the way he saw two men arguing. By the will of Allah (swt), he forgot the night that was remembering it later. The Prophet was instructed not to disclose this information. "If I had been allowed," he once remarked, "I would have said his exact moment." Allah (swt) in His wisdom has concealed this from us for many reasons. Perhaps he wants us to strive in our Ibada during the last ten days of Ramadan so that we do not fall into laziness, Doing the Ibada in that single night and losing the benefit of doing the same in the other nights. "If the people had not left their salat on that night (referring to the two who were discussing), I would have reported their exact moment." The sincere Muslim who cares day and night patiently for his faults and phases of abandonment in his life awaits the arrival of Ramadan . during he hopes Allah erase past mistakes, knowing that the Prophet (sas) promised that all those who strive for the past ten days have all their faults erased. to accomplish this, remember the advice of Prophet (sas) that at different times I use words like "search", "Continue", "investigate", and "strive" for Laila- tul Qadr . Allah (swt) and His Prophet (sas) give us some signs of his arrival. Allah (swt) describes the night as "... peace until the coming of the morning." [97: 5] In several places, the Prophet (sas) described the night as serene, quiet, and peaceful. The sun at the exit would look reddish and without its usual shine. The Prophet (s) added that "the angel of the earth in that night of Qadr will be more numerous than all the pebbles of the earth." ) Give us some signs of your arrival. Allah (swt) describes the night as "... peace until the coming of the morning." [97: 5] In several places, the Prophet (sas) described the night as serene, quiet, and peaceful. The sun at the exit would look reddish and without its usual shine. The Prophet (s) added that "the angel of the earth in that night of Qadr will be more numerous than all the pebbles of the earth." ) Give us some signs of your arrival. Allah (swt) describes the night as "... peace until the coming of the morning." [97: 5] In several places, the Prophet (sas) described the night as serene, quiet, and peaceful. The sun at the exit would look reddish and without its usual shine. The Prophet (s) added that "the angel of the earth in that night of Qadr will be more numerous than all the pebbles of the earth." The sun at the exit would look reddish and without its usual shine. The Prophet (s) added that "the angel of the earth in that night of Qadr will be more numerous than all the pebbles of the earth." The sun at the exit would look reddish and without its usual shine. The Prophet (s) added that "the angel of the earth in that night of Qadr will be more numerous than all the pebbles of the earth."  

What should be done during the last ten days in the waiting for Laila-tul Qadr ? The devout servant of Allah (swt) will revive those nights with the Salat , reading and reflecting on the Quran, making Du'a to Allah (swt), asking for His Rahma. This is inspired by the words of the Prophet (s): "Our Lord descends to the lowest heavens during the last third of each night and announces: I will respond to anyone who makes Du'a , to anyone who asks for anything halal . I will grant. "The Muslim, conscious of Allah and his own faults, will continue to ask Allaah, inside and outside the Salat . For a time, his only concern will be to wipe himself from the forgetfulness that this life causes in the heart, the faults that accumulate, obscuring the heart, making it insensitive to disobey Allah. He asks Allah to keep him from misfortunes in this world, from the punishment of the grave, and from the torment of Hell. He asks Allah to make him patient and steadfast in striving to keep his Islam in this world and asks him to ignore his limitations, periods of laziness and abandonment. The sincere devotion in that night will make you lose the consciousness of the time, until you are surprised by the Adzán del Fajr . After Fajr , when the sun rises by horizon, Reddish and weak in appearance, without any lightning, the effort of the night will have been worth it. Muslim rejoices, knowing that quite possibly was Lailat-ul Qadr and "whoever remains in Salat and Zikr of Allah on the Night of Qadr firmly believing in the promise of Allah to reward that night and waiting for the prize of Allah Only and not of people, you will see how their faults are erased.