Ramadhan Planner’s Weekly Selections: {May 16th, 2012}


It’s time for Ramadhan Planner’s Weekly Update! Today you will find more reminders to make up fasts, a Ramadhan special eMagazine, and a blank calendar to print. Also, some tips for planning as a group, and tackling the kitchen, and more . . .

REMINDERS____________________________________________________

Count Down -—  There are about 62 days (a bit over 2 months) until Ramadhan 1433 A.H. (Jul 2012) insha’Allah. It is not too early to start thinking about Ramadhan and planning for it.

Make Up Fasts -—  Keep making up your missed days from the last Ramadhaan! Remind your family members and friends as well.

FREEBIES____________________________________________________

This week’s eBook freebie is at-Tasfiyah wat-Tarbiyah Magazine’s Special Ramadaan Issue Vol.2 #4 [pdf]. A 24-page publication from 2008; authenitc knowledge never goes out of style!

Free Printable Blank Ramadhan Calendar (pdf)
This is a blank 30-day calendar. You fill in the dates. Use it to track all kinds of information before, during, and after Ramadhaan.

ORGANIZED RAMADHAN___________________________________________________

Make a Plan — One of the easiest ways to stay organized during Ramadhan is to create a Ramadhaan Management Schedule. Continue reading →

Meet-Ups Help with Ramadhan Prep
Find a partner to meet with as you get prepared for Ramadhaan. The meet-up does not have to be in person; it can be over the telephone or internet (thru emails, chat, etc.).

The most important thing, is to find a willing buddy — or two or three. This helps people get motivated and focused. So, plan that meet-up: get out that address book, a calendar and some paper!

Here is what one sister did:

“. . . so last night I met up with a dear sister and we discussed our preparation for this coming Ramadan. We discussed preparation before Ramadan starts and our goals during Ramadan. I felt that it was extremely productive and I feel so ready for Ramadan now…alhamdulillah. So, I thought I’d share what we discussed with you all so that it may insha’Allah give you ideas for your own Ramadan preparation. “

DOMESTIC RAMADHAN TIPS___________________________________________________

Cleaning House
Housekeeping is a lot easier when you follow a cleaning schedule. Here are two very helpful Household Cleaning Templates to print.

In the Kitchen
Watch the follow How to Quickly Defrost Meat [VIDEO]

Print this Cooks Helpers for pan substitutions, and measuring equivalents for your refrigerator.

AUDIO LOUNGE____________________________________________________

Ramadhaan – Merits and Rulings 1 (English starts at 49 min)
http://ilmforall.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/the-advices-of-the-salaf-in-regard-to-ramadan-22-07-2011.mp3%20

Shaaykh Mohammad Ibn Abdullah Ibn Ali Ibn Ahmad Al-Jarrullah Al-Malki  —  Bio Data: About  Website: www.ilmforall.net/
Yahoo Group: groups.yahoo.com/group/IlmForAll_KnowIslam/
WizIQ: ilmforall-shaikh-mohammad-al-malki1075303

QUESTION & ANSWER_____________________________________________________

Question: What is the ruling on a fasting person cooling himself down?

Answer: It is permissible for a fasting person to cool himself down, and there is no objection to it, for the Messenger sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam used to pour water over his head due to heat or thirst and he was fasting [1], and Ibn ‘Umar, may Allaah be pleased with them, used to wet his garment when he was fasting in order to alleviate the excessive heat and thirst. And the wetness has no effect, because in such cases water does not reach the stomach.
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FatwaIslam:http://fatwaislam.com/fis/index.cfm?scn=fd&ID=707

A LOOK AHEAD____________________________________________________


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