Dua for Breaking Fast – Ramadan Guide

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Publié le 9 mars 2023, par Samir | 10 h 32 min
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Ramadan is a month of fasting, prayer, and reflection for Muslims worldwide. During this holy month, Muslims abstain from food and drink from dawn until sunset as an act of worship and to seek forgiveness from Allah. It is a time of self-reflection, self-improvement, and spiritual rejuvenation.

As the month of Ramadan approaches, Muslims prepare themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually to welcome this blessed month. Here is a guide to help you make the most of Ramadan and a dua to break your fast.

  • Start Preparing Early

Preparing for Ramadan starts weeks before the actual month. Begin by increasing your daily prayer, reading the Quran, and giving charity. This will help you get into the spirit of Ramadan and make the transition into fasting easier.

  • Plan Your Meals

During Ramadan, you will fast for over 12 hours daily, so planning your meals carefully is essential. Start by eating a balanced and nutritious suhoor (pre-dawn meal) to give you energy for the day. Make sure to hydrate yourself by drinking plenty of water and other fluids during non-fasting hours.

  • Focus on Worship

Ramadan is a month of worship, and it’s essential to focus on it. Try to spend more time in the mosque or attend Taraweeh prayers. This will help you to build a stronger connection with Allah and increase your spirituality.

  • Give Charity

Giving charity is an essential part of Islam and even more important during Ramadan. Try giving as much charity as possible through monetary donations or volunteering your time and skills.

  • Dua for Breaking Fast

Breaking the fast is an exciting and rewarding part of Ramadan. Muslims break their fast with a date and water, followed by a meal. Before breaking your fast, recite the dua below:

« Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu wa alayka tawakkaltu wa ala rizq-ika-aftartu »

(O Allah, I fasted for You, and I believe in You, and I put my trust in You, and I break my fast with Your sustenance).

In conclusion, Ramadan is a month of worship, self-improvement, and spiritual growth. You can make the most of this blessed month by preparing early, planning your meals, focusing on worship, giving charity, and reciting the dua for breaking fast. Ramadan Mubarak!

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