Recite the Quran, give in charity, and do good deeds. Ramadan is the month of reciting the Quran, the month of worship and Taraweeh prayer, patience, soul-searching, repentance, and a time to change.

Allah revealed His Book as the guide to the whole of mankind. If a person recites the Quran the way it should be recited, then it is a remedy and a cause for opening the doors of good, well-being, steadfastness, happiness, peace of mind, pride, and victory. The laws should be based on the Quran and the Holy Quran is the remedy for Ummah’s ailments. There is no reformation for mankind or peace of mind and comfort or security or discipline except by following the teachings of the Quran.

The Quran is addressed to all mankind. There are no differences between male and female or rich and poor. The Quran addresses everyone. Allah’s Holy Book transcends the limits of time, place, and differences among people. Its message is universal for all human beings and the jinn. The Holy Quran is the path to the happiness of the Ummah and all mankind. It is the Quran that abolished bondage and educated the Ummah.

The month of hard work, patience, discipline, and recitation of the Quran. Now we are in the last few days of Ramadan and Muslims are to make an added effort by offering prayer, recitation of the Quran, and doing good deeds with the hope that one of these blessed nights will be the Night of Power (Lailat Al-Qadr). People must do soul-searching, contemplation, repent of their deeds, and mend their ways for the better because death comes suddenly. Muslims to be God-fearing and observe Taqwa.

Make the best use of the remaining few days of Ramadan by offering prayer, reciting the Quran, giving in charity generously, and doing other good deeds with the hope that a night during these 10 days may be the Night of Power (Lailat Al-Qadr).

All should be extra prepared to do good deeds before death when it is too late. The Muslims must work harder during the last 10 days of Ramadan because the Prophet (peace be upon him) did not specify when the Night of Power occurs but said it is on the odd nights like the 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th, 29th, or the last night.

If Lailat Al-Qadr coincides with the night when the Muslim is working hard in prayer, reciting the Quran, and doing other good deeds, then his sins will be forgiven. Muslims should sincerely fear Allah and adhere steadfastly to Islam.

Don’t forget the importance of giving Zakat Al-Fitr as it purifies the fasting because there might be some shortcomings in one’s fasting. It should be given on Eid Day before Eid prayer and it is allowed to give Zakat Al-Fitr one or two days before Eid Al-Fitr day.