Season 2 Ep 18
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Assalamualaikum and productive Muslims. Welcome to the show. I'm your host me for my roof and I'm here with day 18 of the free Ramadan boot camp. So in today's lesson, I'm going to be speaking about Ramadan projects, pretty much something that you start and finish during the month of Ramadan that will make your Ramadan more memorable. To give you an example, some Ramadan back when this was when I was a teenager so much younger I decided to read the entire Quran in translation, because all that time I was able to read it in Arabic but I didn't know what it meant. And so that Ramadan, I decided to go through it. And I must say that that experience was very profound because it really opened my
eyes to the Quran and its meaning and it just increased my love for it. Since that Ramadan I really wanted to learn more about the Quran and even want to learn more Arabic so that Ramadan was very memorable as a result of that project.
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So now I asked you what can be your from it on project, it can be a spiritual project, like my example or another thing like outrageous ama with Tafseer. Or it can be a physical project, like, I am not going to eat processed foods during Ramadan, or I'm not going to drink any soft drinks, if that's your weak point, and you want to change that. Or it can even be social project. Like for example, I'm going to contact all my friends and social network and build a save up money to build a well for a place overseas. So that is also a social project that you can do. So these are just some examples. I want to I want you to think about this and come up with your own project that can make
Ramadan this special. So again, it doesn't have to be big, it just has to be meaningful. So once you've thought of that special project, ask yourself what's the first action I need to do in order to make this project a reality? Just that first step. Once you got that, Do share with us what you come up with what your special project is and what your first step is. You can do so by going over to the show notes of this episode, productive Muslim podcast.com slash s to eat.
And while you're at it, let us know how your three challenges went. So that's all for me today. I'll speak to you all again tomorrow with day 19. Until then, work hard and be sincere