Some Tips for Welcoming the Month of Ramadan

Some Tips for Welcoming the Month of Ramadan

Some Tips for Welcoming the Month of Ramadan – The month of Ramadan is the holy month for Muslims to carry out their worship. The month of Ramadan is a month in which Muslims fast themselves. This year’s holy month of Ramadan will be a special moment for Muslims around the world. This is an opportunity to bring us closer to the Creator, God willing. Well, in preparation, here are some useful tips to welcome the month of Ramadan!

The tips written in this article basically aim to make it easier for you to cultivate good habits during Ramadan, not just drastic changes. Change doesn’t happen overnight, it takes practice, consistency, and discipline. The key is not to see it in black and white, but to try your best and set realistic goals for yourself to become a better person.

1. Repent and pray for a good Ramadan

Often repentance is considered only for the grievous sin that has been committed. Repentance is done in several ways, including asking forgiveness from Allah, apologizing to the person who has been hurt, promising not to do it again, or praying repentance and making major changes in his life. In fact, we must repent consistently every day because we are human beings who never escape from sin. Repentance is an important thing that we do in daily worship (in prayer readings and when praying in dhikr). As Ramadan comes, increasing repentance is a good thing to do.

2. Improving the quality of worship today

During the month of Ramadan, we are diligent in carrying out the sunnah (such as tarawih prayers and reading the Koran). But don’t forget, we also need to improve the quality of obligatory worship. There are so many ways to improve the quality of our worship and connection to Allah SWT. Whether it’s getting up for the Fajr prayer on time, not delaying prayer, reading a longer letter during prayer, or just concentrating more while worshiping.

3. Increase worship

After improving the quality, continue with the Sunnah. As stated earlier, let’s start with small habits rather than making drastic changes. That way, this little habit will be easier to survive as the month of Ramadan approaches. Here are some things you can do. Not big things, but at least it can be a good reminder