“Tonight, and every night for the next ten nights, no matter your past, talk to Allah about your life. Vocalize all your hopes and fears, the worries that keep you up at night and the joys that you are thankful for that make you smile everyday.

Don’t think about the things you’ve done that might make you feel like you’re not worthy of His love. Because you are. Remember, Allah is just as accessible to the sinful person as He is to the righteous and pious person.

Take advantage of these final days of Ramadan: they don’t have to only signify the end of a month; they can, if you let them, signify the beginning of the rest of your life.” – Abdul Nasir Jangda

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