The Holy Month of Ramadan is halfway completed. This is a time of discipline and growth, and it’s important to make the most of it.
For quite some time, the Holy Month of Ramadan seemed to just fly by for me. I wanted to utilize this time for self-improvement and growth, but before I knew it, the month was already over. However, we’re currently at the halfway point of the month, and I’ve realized that it’s not too late to readjust our plan and make the most of the remaining days. With that in mind, I wanted to share some tips on how we can utilize the rest of the month for discipline and growth.
- Define your goals. Take some time to reflect on what you’ve accomplished so far and what you want to achieve by the end of Ramadan. Make sure your goals are realistic and achievable within the remaining weeks.
- Read. During Ramadan, we’re encouraged to use our free time wisely. Take advantage of this by reading books that can help you grow as a person or learn more about Islam.
- Drop bad habits. “When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained.” During this month, the influence of Shaitan is limited, making it the perfect time to break bad habits and focus on personal growth. Whether it’s cutting down on social media use or quitting smoking, now is the time to make a positive change.
- Be social. The Holy Month of Ramadan is a time to build and improve relationships. Use this month to reconcile with those you’ve had misunderstandings with or to strengthen existing bonds with friends and family.
- Self-reflect. Take some time to reflect on your actions, thoughts, and emotions. Identify areas where you can improve and focus on personal growth.
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