Ramadhan Planner’s Weekly Selections {Jun 16-22, 2013}

This week’s updates include … Family/Crafty Ramadhan links, Flylady Ramadhan Week 4, cleaning bedrooms; quiche recipe; ’07 Ramadhan Newsletter, Fasting Objectives part 2; Fatawa on Sha’baan, and audio files ~ Enjoy!


[♦] Count Down -—  There’s about 3 weeks until Ramadhan 1434 A.H. (Jul 2013) insha’Allah.

[♦]  Make Up Fasts -—  Keep making up those missed fasts! Remind your family members and friends too.

FAMILY RAMADHAN_______________________________________________

[♦] Ramadhan Planner Family Education & Crafts – A whole site dedicated to Ramadhan related activities for our children. There are lessons, crafts, games, printables, and more –> RPlanFamily

ORGANIZED RAMADHAN   ___________________________________________

[♦] Print Your Weekly Checklist
See the weekly tasks, printables, readings, audio lessons, plus a place to write notes and needed purchases.  [Weekly Checklist #4 pdf]

[♦]  Other Planner/Control Journal Printables for the Week
Daily Missions Week #4  |  Kitchen Non-Food Shopping List  |  Room-by-Room Shopping List  |  Declutter and Cleaning Schedule Weeks 4 – 6 |

See more planner forms and printables here (scroll down to the FlyLady section).

[♦] More Ramadhan Forms for Printing
To help you get more organized, there are more than 8 types of planners & calendars, and five different menu planning forms.

DOMESTIC RAMADHAN____________________________________________

[♦] Flylady Ramadhan Missions for the Week of June 17
Mission #16 {Mon} Clean & Fling
Mission #17 {Tue} Plan Meal Accessories
Mission #18 {Wed} Learning Du’aa
Mission #19 {Thu} Ramadhan Shopping List
Mission #20 {Fri} Review Invitations

[♦] Week #4 Tackle Clutter & Clean: The Bedrooms
Hopefully, you’ve gotten a handle on your home’s kitchen, living/dining rooms, and bath.  This week’s focus will be on two things: uncluttering and cleaning the bedrooms! Continue Reading Tackle Clutter and Clean the Bedrooms.

RAMADHAN FOOD & HEALTH_____________________________________________________________ 

[♦] Water, Water, Water —  Ramadhaan is just weeks away inshaAllah. The Healthy Habit for now until Ramadhan is drinking water!Continue reading →

[] Basic Quiche Recipe — “Quiche” is a fancy word for egg pie. They are simple and easy to make. A pie crust is optional for the gluten-free home.

______ Easy Quiche __________
1 unbaked pie crust — thawed
4 large eggs
3/4 c. milk (can use almond, coconut, or rice milk)
salt and pepper

1. Preheat your oven to 400° F.
2. Put the crust in 9-inch pie pan.
3. Whisk all the ingredients together in a large bowl.
4. Pour egg mixture into pie crust — see ingredient options.
5. Bake for 45 minutes or until knife comes out clean. Serve immediately.

Serves: 4  — This recipe provides 1 egg per person. Fasting persons need additional protein. Some good sources are sausages, high-protein grains, cheeses, beans, etc.

Ingredient Options (choose any of the four):

  • add 2 sauteed leeks, 1/2 c. chopped sun dried tomato, 1 c. cheese to egg mixture
  • add sauteed spinach, garlic, sliced mushrooms, and 1 c. cheese to egg mixture
  • add 1 T. sauteed shallots, 8 oz. diced smoked salmon, 2 T chopped fresh dill to mix
  • pour in egg mix then place 4 cooked sausages on top (wheel spoke style)

[♦]  Natural Cure for Fever Blisters —  It is common to get fever blisters on the lips during Ramadhan. Stay hydrated and put a protective coating on the lips. There are two simple solutions for this little problem … Continue reading →

And here are some really great articles from LiveStrong: Foods That Cause Fever BlistersFoods That Cause Fever BlistersThe Best Foods to Eat When You Have a Fever BlisterWhat to Avoid Eating if You Have Fever Blisters, Supplements for Fever Blisters.

RAMADHAN READER_______________________________________________

[♦] The ARK Ramadhan 2007 Newsletter —
What to look forward to reading: least form of fasting is leaving off Food and Drink, Authentic Supplication for breaking the fast. Download a copy of The Ark: Issue 2007 (pdf).

[♦] The Objectives of Fasting #2 — Shaykh al-‘Izz ibn ‘Abdis-Salâm
“The mannerisms of fasting are six . . .  Continue Reading: Objectives of Fasting #2  (pdf) or read entire article online at this link.

AUDIO RAMADHAN________________________________________________

Learn more about the month of fasting before it gets here.

The Fasting Ramadhan series is especially helpful for those new to Ramadhan. Plan a listening schedule to get the most benefit!

Audio by Dr. Saleh as Saleh, rahima-hullaah.  BioData

[♦] Fasting Ramadhan #4: Rulings Related to Women  [27 Min]
Fasting Ramadhan #5: Invalidators [60 Min]

[♦] Fasting Ramadhan #6: Pre-Dawn Meal – Suhuur [19 Min]

[] Fasting Ramadhan #5: Ending the Fast – Iftaar [20 Min]

[] FAQ Fasting Sha’baan [3 Min]


[] Question about Shaban: When my father was alive, he entrusted me to give sadaqah (charity) according to my means on the 15th of Sha’baan every year, and likewise I have been doing this ever since. However, some people have admonished me for doing so saying it is not permissible. So is giving sadaqah on the night of the 15th of Sha’baan permissible according to the willment of my father or not? Kindly advise us and may Allaah reward you with good.

[] Answer: To specify the giving of sadaqah on the night of the 15th of Sha’baan every year is an innovation, and despite your father having entrusted you with that, it is not permissible. It is befitting you give this sadaqah without specifying the night of the 15th of Sha’baan, rather do so every year and in whichever month, but without particularising any one month (on a consistent basis). However, it is permissible to do so in the month of Ramadhaan (for the evidence which indicates so).

And with Allaah lies all success and may Allaah send prayers and salutations upon our Prophet Muhammad (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his family and his companions.

[♦]  Question Specifying the day of the 15th of Sha’baan:   We see some people specifying the 15th of Sha’baan with particular supplications and reciting the Qur.aan and performing naafilah prayers. So what is the correct position concerning this, and may Allaah reward you with good?

[♦] Answer:   That which is correct is that fasting the 15th of Sha’baan or specifying it with reciting (the Qur.aan) or making (particular) supplications has no basis. So the day of the 15th of Sha’baan is like any other 15th day of other months. So from that which is known is that it has been legislated for a person to fast the 13th, 14th and 15th of every month, however, Sha’baan is characterised unlike the other months in that (except for Ramadhaan) the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) used to fast more in Sha’baan than any other month . So he used to either fast all of Sha’baan or just a little. Therefore, as long as it does not cause difficulty for a person, it is befitting to increase in fasting during Sha’baan in adherence to the example of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam).

[♦] Question Standing the night of the 15th of Sha’baan  Is standing the night of the 15th of Sha’baan in prayer and fasting during it’s day legislated?

[♦] Answer:  Nothing firm and reliable has been established on the authority of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) that he stood in prayer in the night and fasted during the day of the 15th of Sha’baan. So the night of the 15th of Sha’baan is like any other night, and if someone is a regular worshipper during other nights, then he may stand the night in prayer on this night without assuming anything special (because of it being the night of the 15th of Sha’baan). This is because specifying a time for any act of worship requires a authentic proof, so if there is no authentic proof then the act is regarded as an innovation and all innovations are misguidance. Likewsie, regarding specifically fasting during the 15th day of Sha’baan, then no (authentic) proof has been established on the authority of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) to indicate the legislation of fasting on that particular day.

As for that which is mentioned from the ahaadeeth regarding this subject, then all of it is weak as the people of knowledge have indicated. However, whoever has the habit of fasting the 13th, 14th and 15th (of every month), then he can continue and fast during Sha’baan as he fasts during the other months, without assuming anything special about the 15th of Sha’baan. Also, the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) used to increase in fasting during this month (Sha’baan), however, he did not particularise the 15th day, rather proceeded as per norm.

Source: Fataawaa Concerning the Middle of Sha’baan

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