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Rating: 0 of 0 votes Quote Al-Cordoby Replybullet Topic: 5 Tips to Continue as Better Muslims After Ramadan
    Posted: 27 June 2017 at 4:55am

Scholars say that Eid is the acid test to Ramadan.

Whatever happens on Eid, how one behaves, how one arranges his thoughts, is a reflection on how Ramadan had unfolded for him or her.

The ripple effect of good deeds vs. bad ones is also a telling sign as to how Ramadan has changed a person.

If a good deed is followed by another good deed, this person is amongst those who have successfully committed themselves to spiritual enlightenment throughout Ramadan.

If a person commits a good deed, followed by a bad deed, then it is telling sign that there is more work to be done than to please God.

It is never too late to change one’s route however, and for those who feel that they have succeeded well throughout Ramadan, there is most certainly a chance to continue on a good deed reel, even after Ramadan.

Here are a few tips to continue being the best of Muslims...


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