Change Your Perspective this Ramadan: Allah’s Endless Rahma over Debilitating Fear 

Change Your Perspective this Ramadan: Allah’s Endless Rahma over Debilitating Fear 

“When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are opened, and the gates of Hell are closed, and the devils are chained.” 

(Sahih Al-Bukhari) 

As you read this, envision the gates of Rahma (mercy) flung open in the heavens for you. Ramadan is an expression of Allah’s unconditional and abundant love for us. It is a divine reassurance of Allah’s mindful presence in our lives. As you wake up for suhoor, work tirelessly during the day, and finally sit for your iftar, remember that your Lord is speaking to your soul in soft whispers of “You matter. And I am here for you”

Set Sustainable Goals to fully feel the Rahma of Allah

Where Ramadan brings God’s solace, the diligent observance of fasts and prayers can also seem unnerving as you find yourself engulfed in the worries of life. Here, setting sustainable, manageable, and realistic goals can really help you plan your Ramadan and feel its Rahma manifold. 

 “O people, you must only perform deeds you are capable of doing. By Allah, Allah will not give up on you unless you give up. Verily, the most beloved deeds to Allah are those performed regularly, even if they are few.”

(Sahih Al Bukhari)

As you absorb this Hadith, remind yourself to be gentle and kind to yourself during Ramadan, as that is what your Lord wants for you. 

Do not burn yourself out so that you can taste the sweetness of this month till the last day of Ramadan. Here are some suggestions for you. 

Ramadan with Friends of Indus Hospital Switzerland 

As you plan your Ramadan, set some goals that benefit not only yourself but also others. Ramadan is an excellent opportunity for you to serve the underprivileged and make a difference in their lives.

Ever since 2007, Indus Hospital & Health Network has been working tirelessly to provide free-of-cost and quality healthcare to the underprivileged in Pakistan for the sake of Allah. 

Support our patients this Ramadan through your Zakat and Sadaqat. 

And, remember, it is always the consistent deeds, no matter how small, that are most beloved to Allah.

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