Why I love Ramadan so much


It’s the last week of Ramadan, only about six days left. The moon is fading and time gets more precious now, especially during nights. These are the blessed nights, the nights which are the most important, to be spent in prayer and worship.
I love these nights, I love Ramadan, subhanallah.


There are very many reasons why so.
I know, for non-Muslims it is sometimes hard to believe how someone could ever like to abstain from food and drink the whole day and find it even fulfilling…
But Ramadan is really not about being hungry or waiting for the evening dinner, it is about so many beautiful things:
The beauty lies in the purification of ourselves.
The beauty lies in the sensitivity and pureness one establishes while fasting.
The beauty lies in the knowledge of being free of lusts and addictions.
The beauty lies in the sureness of being able to control ourselves.
The beauty lies in those nights spent in submission, when Allah responds to our invocation.
The beauty lies in the quietness of those days which are full of white clear light.
The beauty lies in the countless blessings and “miracles” that happen during this month.
The beauty lies in the shift of focus towards higher goals and in the remembrance of the hereafter.
The beauty lies in sharing and experiencing this together with so many others, for the sake of Allah …
ramadan moon

“Be mindful of Allah and you shall find Him with you. When you ask (for anything), ask it from Allah , and if you seek help, seek help from Allah.” [At-Tirmidhi]


“Allah is the ally of those who believe. He brings them out from darknesses into the light.” [Qur’an 2:257]


“And Allah is the best Guardian, and He is the most merciful of the merciful.” [Qur’an 12:64]


4 thoughts on “Why I love Ramadan so much

  1. Gesegnete Nächte und Tage Dir, Deiner Familie, den Menschen im Tal. Frieden und Licht der Welt.

  2. Barakalawfiki pour ce merveilleux rappel. Qu’ Allah ta’ ala t’accorde une excellente fin de ramadan, beaucoup de lumière et de paix, ainsi qu’ aux tiens.

  3. Un beau message pour ces derniers jours de Ramadan Itto. Merci de partager ta foi avec autant de bienveillance et d’amour. Ca ne peut être qu’enrichissant pour nous tous qui te lisons.

  4. Salam aleikum!
    Ich hoffe, ihr hattet gesegnete Festtage!
    Ukhti, was ist das für ein Koran mit “Satz für Satz”-Übertragung, den man auf dem zweiten Foto sieht?? Den hätte ich auch gern!
    Liebe Grüße und alles Gute!
    Salam aleikum.

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