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« on: Aug 28, 2008 07:49 PM »

Dear Brothers / Sisters,
AsSalamu Alaikum WRWB

Indeed ahead of you is the blessed month of Allah. A month of blessing,
mercy and forgiveness. A month which with Allah is the best of months. Its days,
the best of days, its nights, the best of nights, and its hours, the best of hours.
It is the month which invites you to be the guests of Allah and invites you to be one
of those near to Him. Each breath you take glorifies Him; your sleep is worship, your
deeds are accepted and your supplications are answered.

So, ask Allah, your Lord; to give you a sound body and an enlightened
heart so you may be able to fast and recite His book, for only he is unhappy who is
devoid of Allah's forgiveness during this great month.

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For something so important, we need to PLAN - to get the maximum out of it. Please see
the attached forms for the RAMADAN PLAN 1429H (2008) - Take the prints and fill it up:

A) RESOLUTION FORM: These are the commitments we make to ourselves regarding
this year's Ramadan.

1 - There are 10 sections of this form

2 - You may tick as many as you like under each section

3 - Post it on your notice board at home or workplace to remind you of commitments

B) RAMADAN PLANNER: This form helps you to assess your present status of various
activities, to set a goal for this Ramadan, to evaluate your performance every week,
and finally to assess your growth post-Ramadan.

1 - It consists of various aspects/activities of a Muslim's life during Ramadan
2 - Fill the "present status" column using the measure in "unit" column (the present
status could be of previous Ramadan as well)
3 - Set a goal for this years Ramadan in the "Ramadan Goal" column
4 - Evaluate your performance (with respect to goal) at the end of each week
5 - Assess the level achieved at the end of Ramadan in the last column
6 - The "codes" on the left side of this form are to be used in "Ramadan Timetable"

C) RAMADAN TIMETABLE: This is the daily schedule for this year’s Ramadan

1 - Fill out the job timings, and sleeping hours with different COLORS
2 - Modify the prayer timings for your own city {http://www.islamicfinder.org}
3 - Plan the activities for the whole month by filling the "codes" (from Ramadan
Planner form)
4 - The odd nights during last 10 days have been shaded for Shab-e-Qadr
5 - The whole month should be full of activities (every good deed during this
months gets you a reward of 10-700 times)
6 - Keep it in your pocket during the whole month

NOTE:
1. These Forms are not perfect, and does not claim to encompass every aspect of Ramadan
2. Please feel free to modify them as per your needs
3. Cross-check prayer timings for your city from authentic sources

Wishing you a Happy and Blessed Ramadan.

May Allah (SWT) grant us the taufeeq to PLAN & UTILIZE this blessed month to achieve
highest rewards and maghfirah - Aamin.

Raza Khan razahyd @ gmail.com
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« Reply #1 on: Aug 28, 2008 07:59 PM »

Wow!  I got it on email from a Muslim sister colleague in the office.

Question: Is there a way to attach a powerpoint presentation here?
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« Reply #2 on: Aug 21, 2009 07:38 AM »

Here is another checklist that is really nice!!

http://www.scribd.com/doc/277033/Ramadhan-action-checklist   bebzi
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« Reply #3 on: Aug 25, 2009 06:27 AM »

Another nice checklist for the month you can print out:

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