Ramadhan Planner 2014/1435H {Selections: 8 Ramadhan/Jul 7}


RAMADHAN REMINDERS

checklist Itikaf/Odd Nights Count Down The odd nights start July 18th. Let’s start thinking about it now so we will be better prepared.

  • Practical Way To Benefit From Ramadhaan – Goals {HERE}

FAMILY RAMADHAN

puzzle family 2 Ramadhan Planner Family Education & Crafts
We added new material {Crafty Ramadhan July 6, 2014}.
Some of them include crafty toys and games to make, plus a lesson on drinking enough water.


ORGANIZED RAMADHAN

bulletin board Ramadhan Meetups  Stay motivated to plan and follow-thru on the plan by meeting with others either in-person, by phone or net (thru emails, chat, etc.).

 Budgeting for Ramadhan
Did you ever do your Ramadhan/Eid budget yet? Here’s a simple, but useful budgeting how-to here: http://www.daveramsey.com/tools/budget-forms/.

We suggest that you make your own forms.


DOMESTIC RAMADHAN
hand broom Ramadhan Touchup Assignment: The Kitchen
We cleaned the entire house before Ramadhan. Now it is just about maintaining things or “Touchups” as we like to call them.

Read/Print what the pre-Ramadhan kitchen cleaning was all about {HERE}. Now that Ramadhan is here, only touchup those areas that need it — don’t do any major cleaning.

Flylady Ramadhan
During Ramadhan, we repeat the missions and skip others. Here are this week’s mission assignments. You can read each day’s mission details from this link {HERE}.

  • {Mon} Clean & Fling
  • {Tue} Start a Control Journal
  • {Wed} Make up fasts skip
  • {Thu} What Size are We
  • {Fri} Face Your Budget
  • {Sat} Errand Day

Advice to Those Who Missed the Start of Flylady

  • First, plan your meals.
    Print a menu planning sheet and plan from today until Saturday. Repeat each Saturday.
  • Next, plan your day.
    Get a daily planner. Decide how you want to spend your days/nights. Plan until Saturday only to avoid feeling overwhelmed. Then, repeat each Saturday. This should be a really big help:

» Practical Way To Benefit From Ramadhaan – Daily Schedule {HERE}
» Sample Schedule/Plan your Ramadhaan days and nights {HERE}

  • Then, set some goals for yourself and family. Use this

» Practical Way To Benefit From Ramadhaan – Goals {HERE}

If you have any questions, let us know! We’ll be glad to help out!


RAMADHAN FOOD & HEALTH

Stay Hydrated   Keep drinking plenty of water! You don’t want to start Ramadhan dehydrated! Please read: Signs of Dehydration

If you have children, explain the importance of water (during a time of the day when they are not fasting) with this Healthy Hydration Lessons & Activity Pack {HERE}.

ᴥ Health Goals for Ramadhan ᴥ
We like to set health goals during Ramadhan. And for the past couple of years, we have been focusing on removing harmful plastics from the home. Here are two excellent articles from Healthy Muslim:

ᴥ Brown Rice is Heary-Healthier than White ᴥ
” . . . not all rice is equally nutritious, and brown rice or whole grain rice is nutritionally superior to white rice.”


bookRAMADHAN READING LIST

Book Recommendation: Perfect Solutions from the Qur’an for some of the World’s Greatest Problems By Imaam As-Sa’dee and Muhammad Al-Ameen Ash-Shinqeeti; English trans.

“. . . from the most astonishing of matters, yet not strange, is that despite the rise of the other nations in these times as regards astonishing industrial production, miraculous inventions, and awesome power, they do not increase in anything but misery. This is to the extent that their civilization, although they are amazed by it and it is submitted to by other nations, is under the threat of total destruction at all times. (Shaykh Abdur-Rahman As-Sa’dee).”

Article: “30 Lessons in Fasting – Shaykh Fawzan” . . . Read one of these a day:
06. Clarifying the Ruling of the Intention Regarding the Fast {HERE}
07. Upon Whom is the Fast Obligatory? {HERE}
08. Clarifying who is excused to leave off fasting during the month of Ramadan and what is the obligation upon them {HERE}
09. Clarifying the virtues of fasting {HERE}
10. Clarifying the benefits of fasting {HERE}
11. From the Etiquettes of the Fast {HERE}
12. Clarifying That Which is Forbidden With Regards to the Fasting Person {HERE}

ᴥ “Leaving Disobedience during Ramadan with the Intention to Return to It” ᴥ
The one who abandons disobedience in the month of Ramadan while he has within his intention to return to it in other . . . Continue Reading!

ᴥ “7 Practical Tips for praying Qiyaam al-Layl” ᴥ
Intro — What is Qiyaam al-Layl? It’s Other common names. {HERE}
Intro — The Excellence of Qiyaam al-Layl  {HERE}
Practical Tip #1 Sincerity {HERE}

—Build Your Personal Ramadhan Library—
Print the articles and store them in a 3-ring binder labeled “Ramadhan Library”. Ramadhan related CDs or even USBs can also be kept in this binder.


RAMADHAN LISTENING LIST

Learn and review lessons about Ramadhan.

We provide the audio, you supply the ears, time, and attention. Choose from any or all of the speakers below.

Plan a schedule; it really helps. And take notes too!

Fasting Ramadhan — Dr. Saleh as-Saleh:

♦ Ending the Fast – Iftar

♦ Repentance


Bulugh al-Maraam: Book of Fasting — Dr. Saleh as-Saleh:

♦ Bad Deeds While Fasting &
Controlling Desire

♦ Unintentional Eating or Drinking – Three Cases


Audio: Analyze Yourselves
click the orange play button

Audio: Month of The Quran
click the orange play button

 


QUESTIONS ABOUT RAMADHAN

Question:  How Does Anger Affect the Fast During Ramadan, if something angers a person thus while he is angry he begins to insult and curse, does this invalidate his fast or not?

Answer 
That does not invalidate his fast, but it Continue Reading!

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