"Time to quit your bad habits"

What is the point of hearing one lecture after the other, when we have done nothing about it?


Don't you agree that in the month of Ramadan, the hearts are softened? We tend to reach out in charitable deeds, much more in the month of Ramadan, than we do during other months.

This is not to say we are not charitable in them too.

It is the condition of the heart, that has definitely granted us such a gift, regarding that we feel the goodness.

There is no point in saying the Ramadan is blessed, the recitation of the Quran that the Imaam is reading is so good.

Yet, we have not turned.

It is like seeing the best business deal in front of us, and we did not participate, and we did not earn any profit.

So, brothers and sisters, it is up to us, to startup with the dealing with Allah.


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