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Ramadan . How Was Your First Day Of Life

Muslims: What is the Ramadan hadith about "First 10 days are Allah's Mercy"?

I don't remember there is a Hadith about the first ten days of ramadan but there is one about Thol Hijja

A few days remain dignified blessed days, the first ten days of the month of argument, the best days of victory and farmer, it is subjected to it gained happiness in Deniah (Life) and Akhrah (the day of judjement).

I don't know the Hadith you are the hadith you are talking about.

So how did first 10 days of Ramadan go. What to do now?


I know I'm a little late in asking this question our 12th fast today (right?)

The 2nd Ashra of Ramadan is that of forgiveness...We must repent for our sins and ask Allah(swt) to forgive us.

Some duas to read from the Quran:-

Rabbanaa faghfir lana thunoobana wa kaffir 'anna sayyiaatinaa wa tawaffanaa ma 'al abraar.
Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and efface our bad deeds and take our souls in the company of the righteous (Quran 3:193).
Rabbana thalamnaa anfusanaa wa illam taghfir lanaa wa tar hamnaa lanakoo nunna meen al khasireen.
Our Lord! We have sinned against ourselves and unless You grant us forgiveness and bestow Your mercy upon us, we shall most certainly be lost.
Rabbanagh firlanaa wa li ikhwaa ninallatheena sabaqoonaa bil eemani wa la taj'al fee quloobinaa ghillall lillatheena aamanoo rabbanaa innaka raoofur raheem.
Our Lord! Forgive us, and our brethren who came before us into the Faith, and leave not, in our hearts, rancour (or sense of injury) against those who have believed. Our Lord! Thou art indeed Full of Kindness, Most Merciful (Quran 59:10).
Rabbanagh firlana thunoobana wa israfana fee amrina wa thabbit aqdaa mana wan surna alal qawmil kafireeen.
Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and the lack of moderation in our doings, and make firm our steps and succor us against those who deny the truth (Quran 3:147

and Hadith:-
Allahummagh firli thanbi kullahu diqqahu wa jillahu wa awwalahoo wa akhirahoo wa 'ala niyyatahoo wa sirrahoo.
Oh Allah! Forgive me all my sins, great and small, the first and the last, those that are apparent and those that are hidden (Muslim).
Astaghfir Allah wa atoobu ilayh.
I seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent to Him (Bukhari, Muslim. It is recommended that this Dua be said 100 times during the day).
Allhumma innaka afuwwun tuhibbul afwa fa'fu anni
Oh Allah! You are Forgiving and love forgiveness so forgive me (Bukhari. This Dua is specifically recommended for the Night of Power or Laylatul Qadr).

(source: Sound Vision)

May Allah accept all our deeds, and let us attain the full benefits of this blessed month.
May He shower His mercy upon us all
May He forgive all our sins
and May He give us salavation from the fire of hell

I broke my fast for 7 days in ramadan !!!?

u need to stop using food and cigarettes as a way to relief urself,try something more healthy,like listening to anasheed without music,qur'an recitation,run or workout,talk to a friend,write diary,make duaa so Allah(swt) ease ur pain,problems and to bring happiness to ur life,HE is capable of everything....anything,cz smoking is bad for ur health,teeth and u'll smell awful,sorry :)

►Intentionally eating, drinking or breaking the fast in any other manner, such as smoking, without a valid reason (f: that is, deliberately, while aware) will make both qada and kaffara necessary

•••►u have to make up the days and make expiation


To fast for sixty days consecutive days.

However, if a person is genuinely unable to keep these 60 fasts, for a truly valid reason, such as continuous sickness (f: based on reasonable surety, which requires either clear signs, relevant past experience, or the reporting of a qualified and upright Muslim doctor), then one has the option of choosing from one of the following four:

1. Feed sixty poor people to their fill for two meals, or

2. Feed one poor person two meals a day, for sixty days; or

3. Give sixty poor persons 3? lbs. (approx. 1.6 kg.) of wheat or its value in cash or food grains;

4. Give to one poor person not less than 3.5 lbs. of wheat, rice or food grains, etc. or its value in cash for sixty days.

Ramadan : how do you spend your day in ramadan?


01. I wud certainly b eagerly awaiting to have a sight of the Ramadan moon and Glorify Allah for giving me life (if I am not dead b4 that) to fast in the holy m/o Ramadan again.

02. As usual, I wud b keeping awake whole night the full m/o Ramadan> NOT missing a single compulsory prayers; Recite the Holy Quran abou 3 hours a day, Study/Research on meanings and Tafsirs /narrations of Full 6346 verses thereof and try to gain more insights into Allah SWT revelations within first 27 days & nights of Ramadan;

03. Arrange for Iftar for the poor and wayfarers at my native village home all 29/30 days in Ramadan (at least 10 such people each day);

04. Spend at least 3 hours each day giving Quranic in depth lectures to the ‘illiterates and elderly people & youths those attend (10am to 1pm) each day of Ramadan to inculcate in them the understanding and wisdom of the blissful Quran;

05. Listening to Quran recitation with reading the meanings in my mother language at any free time I get every day from http:/

06. Praying earnestly to Allah for guidance, mercy, pardon and bestow the blessings of ‘Qadr’.

07. Praying for mercy on the soul of my beloved parents, teachers, kith and kins, friends and wellwishers;

08. Keep myself fully aloof from worldly conversations and activities other than those mentioned above for the whole m/o Ramadan.

That is how I plan to spend my days & nights during coming Ramadan too if Allah will keep me safe, healthy and energetic.

May the RAMADAN 2011 bestow Bliss, Blessings and Mercy of Allah on every soul on His earth.

As Muslims, what do you do during the day in Ramadan?

Great question! For myself and my family, we go about life 'as normal'.  Meaning, we work full-time jobs, parent our child, handle our chores and household. We check in with family, friends & neighbors, follow the news and local events.For devotion, we follow our regular practice of 5 daily prayers, remembrance and reflection upon Allah and read the scripture. Additionally, we fast from dawn til dusk and pray extra at night.Ramadan is an exercise in self restraint and sacrifice. If performed with this intent, it builds empathy and compassion.  So many people around the world fast out of poverty and are either starving or food insecure.  Life doesn't pause because a person is hungry. It shouldn't for Muslims either. In some countries schedules change so liberally that a 'sacrifice' is barely felt. People may become adjusted to eating or even feasting at night and sleeping throughout the day....but I question, is that really in the spirit of fasting?