We start our special Ramadaan development plan focussing on salaah.
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Ramadaan 1440: Salaah
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To help you capture your notes on the current tasks, use this week’s worksheet (MS Word version or PDF). Note that the worksheet covers the full range of tasks for the theme, but you need only fill in the bits relevant to the current day’s task.
In working through the current tasks, you may find the following useful:
- A very unique talk about salaah by Abdul Nasir Jangda. If you’re not able to watch or download, a transcript is available here.
- A short e-book, TASTE IT! How to Taste the True Beauty of Salah, which approaches the topic of salaah quality in a short, piece by piece approach.
- Shaykh Muhammad Al-Shareef’s Shortcuts to concentration, which is a list of 30 tips to help you concentrate better in salaah.
And the most important resources of all are the right intentions, sincere dua asking for success in this venture, and then consistent effort to do your best.
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