At the sight of the new moon (of the lunar month), the Prophet PBUH used to supplicate: “O Allah, let this moon appear on us with security and Iman; with safety and Islam, (O moon!) Your Rubb and mine are Allah. May this moon be bringing guidance and good”
Ramadan comes back just like the rain comes to revive the plants. Ramadan comes back like the spring blooms and the winter irrigates hearts and souls. Ramadan comes back with all goodness, light, and guidance to brighten our dimmed light and to teach us patience and persistence.
The time in Ramadan is not counted by hours and days rather than counted by sensibility and recognition.
Ramadan is the course of 30 days that teaches us how to discipline ourselves and refine our souls.
We ask Allah to make the light of Ramadan nights a revival to what has deceased in our will and a squander to what has darkened in our instinct and lucidity to what has dominated in our hearts.
Allah Said in HQ: ”Every act by the son of Adam will be rewarded between ten and seven hundred-fold. Allah said: ‘Except fasting, for it is for Me and I shall reward for it for he gave up his desires, his food and his drink for My Sake. There are two pleasures for the fasting person, one at the time of breaking his fast, and the other at the time when he will meet his Lord. The smell coming out of the mouth of a fasting person is better in the Sight of Allah than the smell of musk” [Reported by Ahmed and it was in As-Saheeh]
Let’s devote ourselves in this blessed month to more worship, service to others, and charity; and let's bring our senses and limbs to fast with us in an attempt of upgrading our fast to a higher level of those who are special in the eye of Allah, if He looks at us he finds us on obedience.