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Beloved People of Imaan! How to Seek Laylatul-Qadr: Laylat ul-Qadr is the most blessed night. A person who misses it has indeed missed a great amount of good. If a believing person is zealous to obey Almighty Allah Subhanahu Wata'ala and increase the good deeds in his or her record, he or she should strive to encounter this night and to pass it in worship and obedience. If this is facilitated for him or her, all of his or her previous sins will Insha'Allah Bie Itt'Nillah; be forgiven.
Alal Muslimeena Jami'ah! It is recommended to make a long Qiyaam prayer during the nights on which Laylat ul-Qadr could fall. This is indicated in many Hadiths, such as the following: Abu Tharr Radhiallahu `anhu relates: "We fasted with Allah's Messenger Sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam during Ramadaan. He did not lead us in Qiyaam at all
Alal Muslimeena Jami'ah! Regarding this Holy Night, in a Hadith reported by Hazrat Anas R.A. - our Beloved Nabee Muhammad Sallallahoo Alayhi Wasallam is reported to have said: "Laylatul Qadr" was
Asking others for forgiveness We are now in the second ten days of Ramadan, the days when Allah invites us to turn to Him in repentance. Before we do that we should ask forgiveness from those whom we have wronged. This is our duty. It is necessary for us to move out of the ego and abase ourself if we are truly sorry for what we did, or said. When we make a mistake, when we say or do something, sometimes without thinking through the consequences, we hurt or insult others. When we do or say something that is wrong, our bodies will tell us so, we will experience a feeling of unease, and we may exclaim silently: “I can’t believe I just did/said that”. The thing to do is to immediately say: “I am sorry I said/did that”. Firstly you clear yourself and bring ease back to your body, secondly the other person has no time to take offence and get angry. Apart from anything else, it will make you feel better. After all we do not really mean to hurt or insult people; as humans and creations of Allah we are naturally predisposed to be good. When we say we are sorry we practise kindness, this is a good
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