Grandparents/parents in old age are a huge blessing that we have, once they have gone from this world, then we are left with nothing.
The time we have with them is really precious, without us noticing that, that time, runs by so fast that we don’t realize we have spent so many years with them. It only feels like yesterday when you remember seeing them sitting amongst you, laughing and joking.

When you lose them it feels like your whole world has been broken into pieces, pieces that will be fixed but never mended. Your heart breaks and tears trickle down your face helplessly. You wish you had spent a little more time with them as the time you spent, doesn’t seem enough.

To anyone who has grandparents either one, or both of them, please take care of them and cherish the time you have with them. Allah has bestowed upon you a huge blessing, which isn’t appreciated by some of us until it’s gone.
Although they may not be able to do anything physically, the sukoon we have in their presence is something that can never be felt after their death. When you lose them it is like losing an upper hand.

I ask Allah to forgive our grandparents, those who are alive, and those who have died. And I ask Allah to reunite us with them in His Jannat ul firdaws al ‘ala. Ameen

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Do you only worship Allah in Ramadan? Answered by Shaykh Abdul-Aziz bin Abdillah bin Baaz may Allah have mercy on him

aburayyaan:

Question: There is a statement, “A people will not be successful who do not know Allah except in Ramadan”, is this a hadith?

Answer: This is from the statements of the salaf. Some of the salaf were asked about people who were diligent with worship in Ramadan and when Ramadan departs they stop….

What To Say When Breaking Fast

aburayyaan:

‘Umar said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to say when breaking his fast:

"Dhahaba al-zama’ wa abtalat al-‘urooq wa thabata al-ajr in sha Allaah (Thirst is gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is certain if Allaah wills).” 

Narrated by Abu Dawood, 2357; al-Daaraqutni, 25. Ibn Hajar said in al-Talkhees al-Habeer (2/202): al-Daaraqutni said, its isnaad is saheeh

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