I figured the earlier Maghrib sky was most fitting for what I’ve been meaning to post since yesterday, so I hope everyone’s Ramadan has been one of enlightenment, and you will take a moment out to read this with me.
The Night of Power, Laylat ul-Qadr awaits us. It is said that this particular night is ‘better than a thousand months’ (Qur’an, 97:3). Let us all make the most of the Night of Decree by constantly and humbly asking our Lord for forgiveness and for Him to overlook our sins be they visible or not. May Allah also reflect His light into our hearts. May Allah place aspirations into us for purifying our damaged hearts and improving our character from this day forward. O Allah, You are the oft-forgiving and You love to forgive so please forgive us all. O Allah bless our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) with an endless abundance; let us strive to emulate his beautiful character. O Allah let us strive to polish our hearts and have control of our nafs, and forgive us and guide us again when we become misguided. O Allah for those that are in pain across the world, please bring to them their relief for You are most merciful, and most kind. (ameen)