Channel: Musleh Khan
Series: Musleh Khan - Ask Musleh
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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu brothers and sisters and welcome back to ask Muslim. So this is just a follow up on one of our previous videos when we talked about keeping that spirituality of the month of Ramadan throughout the entire year. The last point that we discussed was do we mentioned that Dora is something that has to be a part of your life every single day whether you have Ramadan in it or not. But the question here is, is what did the Ramadan what was that connection with Dora and oh, Ramadan today to three months later down the road? How do you still keep that spirit of that door of Ramadan to today, one of the things that you have to make
sure that you're doing is that you're always thinking about when and how much of Dora you want to make. And you don't restrict your duala to just yourself but you always make to offer the people around you as well. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once told us that the person who makes to our for their brother or sister, Allah azza wa jal will return that door for the person 10 times more. So an example of this is that if you make dua or ALLAH forgive my brother and sister or help them in their situation, Allah will accept your Dora, but also give you that same drive, but only 10 times more. So what more of an incentive Do you need in sha Allah to make a Dora as much as
possible? Obviously, there is a topic that's intimate in the sense that this is our personal conversation with Allah and I know that every single one of you out there can relate to Dora at some point in your life. So this is one of the things that you get out of the month of Ramadan. The third thing that I want to focus on in sha Allah, that was the thought, you're not going to have it if thought every single day now but what you are going to do is one of the best lessons that we got of the thought is that it attached our hearts together, it can bring the community together, food is something that brought us together, and it's something to be proud of, because there's a lie. So
Jill tells us that this is one of the greatest blessings is engender, is a person will never go hungry. So it's actually something that we're proud of to have as long as we're moderate and we do it right. Food brings us together. Now how does that filtrate now into our lives today, months down the road, try to use that opportunity when you have guests coming over. When you have people coming over to your home or you're going somewhere else or you see the opportunity to provide food to give to buy a coffee for somebody, try to do it with the sincerity and the intention that you're doing it for the sake of Allah and inshallah you'll find that spirit of Ramadan is still stuck with you that
you always want to give you always want to help or you know when you do when you yourself you have food, you always want to be moderate. You want to make sure that you do this, you do that you'll make your dog, you do all of those little things that was consistent in the month of Ramadan. We're going to continue in sha Allah in the future with this topic because it's a fantastic thing to keep that fire in your heart burning for the love of shuttled Ramadan, throughout the entire year. May Allah subhanho wa Taala Bless you all Salaam wa alikum warahmatu Allahi wa barakato