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Ramadan Pop Quiz – Answer All

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Ramadan Pop Quiz – Answer All


Ramadan is less than a month away.

How do you feel?

Super excited?

Or super exhausted?

Below is a short quiz similar to this to get you pondering and planning ahead for the special month.

And get you to invest the coming weeks into consciously preparing yourself – spiritually, mentally, physically and psychologically.

No excuses.  No regrets.

Rules for Ramadan Pop Quiz

1. Complete the quiz before consulting Professor Google.

2. Share real examples from your own life.

3. Write your answers in the comment box [all questions are compulsory].

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Ramadan is a B.I.G deal. It comes just once every year.

This goes to show how much you need to work smartly on each hour and minute within it. Let the striving begin!

Complete the ramadan pop quiz below…

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  1. Said Hassan May 17, 2016

    Q1. To gain Taqwah.
    Q2. Upon every adult Muslim who is physically and mentally able to fast.
    Q3. 1. To establish obligatory duties with ikhlas, khushoo’ and ihsaan.
    2. To undergo complete transformation in all areas of my life: Spiritually fulfilled, physically and emotionally healthy, intellectually strong, socially friendly and financially richer.
    3. To gain taqwah.
    Well, I may seem perfectionist but it is hard for me to dream small. I like aiming for the moonshot by having big audacious goals.
    I failed again and again to change one thing at a time. Thankfully a recent psychology study found out that their is hope for perfectionists like me. That it is possible to change in all areas of one’s life simultaneously in just six weeks. Thankfully with Ramadan around the corner where blessings is multiplied and the ability to have a disciplined life is easier, I will imlement these six programs using some of your articles and others and books that inspired me to change my life for the better. I will inform you in the coming eid in sha Allah about my results(by replying to these comment).

    1. Amina Edota May 18, 2016

      Baarakallahu feek, I look forward to reading about your transformational results insha Allah.

      I believe in having BIG audacious goal too. And what a better time than in Ramadan to ask Allah in helping us fulfil them.

      May we reap the best from Ramadan.

  2. swalih May 16, 2016

    1 fasting make our body and soul good and sound
    2 To all muslims who are healthly and mentally good
    3 do isthigfar and swalath upon prophet, recite quran

  3. Sainab May 16, 2016

    1. The significance of fasting during Ramadan is that you gain selfcontrol and gain as much reward and forgiveness as possible.

    2. Fasting is compulsory upon every believer who is healthy and of age.

    3. Three ways to develop yourself in Ramadan are:
    1- Read more Quran
    2-Make lots of dua
    3-Be consistant with all of the prayers

  4. Afreen Zia May 15, 2016

    Practice to Avoid sins
    Recite Quran
    Avoid backbiting specially

  5. Haya May 15, 2016

    1. Obeying Allah-to obtain Taqwa – hoping Forgiveness from Allah. It is obligated upon us as on those before us. (Jews and Christians).
    2. On every able bodied, sound minded Muslim. (Exempted are chronically sick, women in menses or postnatal beeding. Optional on traveler, pregnant and nourishing mom – they have fast latter)
    3. 1.spiritual 2.Physical 3. Better self-restrain in all aspects of life (Sabr).

  6. Hina's world May 14, 2016

    I wont say I am the best person to answer it…but will give it a try

    1) One of the 5 pillars of Islam on which the faith of every Muslim is based

    2) On alladult Musims who are in good health…physically and mentally

    3) Avoiding small sins, being conscious of all your deeds and reciting Quran and supplicating more often

  7. Rubina May 13, 2016

    My 3 goals are to have a complete, written down duaa list + a big dreams du’aa list; focus on one particular surah or a couple smaller ones and learn their meaning in depth, and to regularly pray taraweeh each night- it’s so difficult with a baby!!

    1. Amina Edota May 14, 2016

      I pray you achieve your Ramadan goals.

  8. Umme Hafsa May 12, 2016

    Ok I’m a little concerned that my answers may not be fully complete but here goes:

    1) It is fardh and it is the month through which the Quran was revealed. It is part of the 5 pillars of Islam.

    2) Upon every baligh Muslim – sane, reached puberty, healthy.

    3)For me it’s reading more Quran, engaging in massive dua and having good character with people.

  9. maryam May 12, 2016

    Let’s start by question n 3 because that’s definitely the most important : I want to stop listening to music cause man It’s too much I need a cure and reduce the amount of time I spend on my computer, I also want to finish the whole Quran Insha’Allah and I lastly I want to give sadakah every day even if it’s something small cause I’m just a student. Oh wait I almost forgot stop arguing with my mom and let her win.
    2. Fasting is compulsory upon every women that sees her menstruation, every men that had wet dreams, every person that doesn’t have health issues. ( I think I’m right lol)
    3. Fasting is a means of attaining taqwa, it’s also the month of the quran.

    1. Amina Edota May 19, 2016

      Insha Allah you can achieve your goals, remember to ask Allah sincerely to guide you and keep you steadfast.

      Fasting isn’t compulsory on women in their menstrual cycle until they become pure, they get to make up for it after Ramadan. That’s from Allah’s Mercy and Wisdom.

  10. Fozia S May 11, 2016

    1. To learn about self control and controlling desires, to gain a closeness to Allah (swt) and encourage charity

    2. Every adult muslim who is fit and able

    3. Sunnah prayers, read more quran, more dhikr

  11. iqrawrites May 11, 2016

    1. The significance is to please Allah by following the command in the Quran that fasting is prescribed for us to teach us self-restraint.

    2. Fasting is compulsory upon every mature (baaligh) Muslim.

    3. Three ways to develop oneself in Ramadan are to read and understand Quran, pray nafl prayers and make lots of dua!

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