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Alhamdu lillah, the first Night of Power, Laylatul Qadr, is this Sunday May 2. We invite you to join Islamic scholars and leaders, for a night of reflection, remembrance of Allah and Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, as we motivate ourselves to reach the end of Ramadan with a strong finish.
Sunday May 2nd
First Night of Power
Please keep praying for India and its neighbor with over 10,000 people dying daily. Ask Allah for mercy and guidance for all.
The tragedy also serves as a reminder that Ramadan next year is never guaranteed for any of us. This is why these last days are so important. We can sprint forward to do more, as the Prophet did.
In these last ten, Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, used to tighten his waist belt, pray all night, and wake up his family for the night prayers (Bukhari and Muslim).
The finish line is near and we want to move ahead quickly to catch up. This can only be done if we free our time, self-evaluate, and plan our worship and good deeds, pushing ourselves as we may never have before. We have some suggestions on how to do that in our articles this week.
Please take time to recommit to Ramadan today, and switch from being a marathoner to a sprinter. Every second counts for the win.
Sound Vision Team