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Hundred Ways to Win Treasures of
Rewards in Ramadhaan
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Ramadhaan is the month of blessings and righteousness, as the rewards
for one’s deeds are doubled in it and people become more active in
performing acts of worship. Here are some authentic Hadeeths
(narrations) and reports on the avenues of goodness in Ramadhaan. Who
is ready to race and collect these treasures?
Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {Whoever comes [on the Day
of Judgment] with a good deed will have ten times the like thereof [to
his credit]} [Quran 6:160]
O you who fall short of obeying Allaah, have you not heard the verse
(which means): {Indeed, good deeds do away with misdeeds.} [Quran
O you who fear, have you not heard the verse (which means): {Whoever
comes [at Judgment] with a good deed will have better than it, and they,
from the terror of that Day, will be safe.} [Quran 27:89]
Who will win the race and collect the rewards? Allaah The Almighty
Says (what means): {And the weighing [of deeds] that Day will be the
truth. So those whose scales are heavy – it is they who will be the
successful.} [Quran 7:8] Page 3
Here are some means of gaining rewards through righteous deeds:
1- Sincerity: Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {And they
were not commanded except to worship Allaah, [being] sincere to
Him in religion, inclining to truth, and to establish prayer and to
give Zakaah. And that is the correct religion.} [Quran 98:5]
2- Sincere repentance to Allaah: The Prophet said:

  • “Whoever repents before the sun rises from the west, Allaah
    accepts his repentance.”
  • “Indeed, Allaah accepts the repentance of the person as long
    as he is not in the throes of death.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    3- Achieving piety and righteousness: Allaah The Almighty Says
    (what means): {O you who have believed, decreed upon you is
    fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may
    become righteous.} [Quran 2:183]
    4- Supplicating Allaah The Almighty upon sighting the crescent:
    According to the Sunnah (Prophetic tradition), one should say: “O
    Allaah, let it be the crescent of blessing and faith, security and
    Islam. Your Lord and my Lord is Allaah.” [At-Tirmithi] [AlAlbaani: Saheeh]
    5- Fasting Ramadhaan out of faith and seeking reward: The Prophet
    said: “Anyone, who fasts Ramadhaan out of faith and hope Page 4
    for reward from Allaah, his previous sins will be forgiven.” [AlBukhaari and Muslim]
    6- Praying Qiyaam (voluntary night prayers) in Ramadhaan out of
    faith and hope for reward: The Prophet said: “Anyone who
    prays Qiyaam throughout Ramadhaan out of faith and seeking
    reward from Allaah, his previous sins will be forgiven.” [AlBukhaari and Muslim]
    7- Praying Qiyaam on Laylatu Al-Qadr (the Night of Decree) out of
    faith and hope for reward: The Prophet said: “Anyone who
    prays Qiyaam in the Night of Decree out of faith and seeking
    reward from Allaah, his previous sins will be forgiven.” [AlBukhaari and Muslim]
    8- Offering Iftaar (i.e., the fast-breaking meal) to a fasting person:
    The Prophet said: “Whoever gives food to a fasting person to
    break his fast will have a reward like his without diminishing
    from his reward in the slightest.” [At-Tirmithi] [Al-Albaani:
    9- Performing ‘Umrah (minor pilgrimage): The Prophet said:
    “Performing ‘Umrah in Ramadhaan is equivalent in reward to
    performing Hajj once or performing Hajj once with me.” [AlBukhaari and Muslim] Page 5
    10-Reciting the Quran: the Prophet said: “Recite the Quran; for it
    will intercede on the Day of Resurrection for its companions.”
    11-Learning and teaching the Quran: The Prophet said: “The best
    amongst you are those who learn the Quran and teach it.” [AlBukhaari]
    12-Remembering Allaah The Almighty: The Prophet said: “Shall
    I tell you what is your best deed, the purest in the sight of your
    Sovereign, that which raises your rank to the highest, that which
    is better for you than spending gold and silver, and that which is
    better for you than encountering your enemy so you strike their
    necks and they strike yours?” “Tell us indeed,” they (the
    Companions ) answered. He said: “It is the remembrance
    of Allaah.” [Ibn Maajah] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    13-Seeking the forgiveness of Allaah The Almighty: The Prophet
    said: “Whoever says, ‘Astaghfirullaah al-lathee laa ilaaha illa
    huwa al-hayy al-qayyoom wa atoobu ilayh (I seek forgiveness of
    Allaah. None is truly worthy of worship but Him, The EverLiving, The Sustainer of all existence. And I repent to Him)’,
    they will be forgiven even if they should flee the battlefield.” [Abu
    Daawood] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    14-Doing one’s utmost in worship in the last ten days of Ramadhaan:
    It is narrated that: “With the advent of the last ten days of
    Ramadhaan, the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa Page 6
    sallam, used to pray all night, and keep his family awake for the
    prayers. He used to tie his lower garment (i.e. avoided sexual
    relations with his wives).” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]
    15-I’tikaaf: “The Prophet used to observe I’tikaaf (staying in
    seclusion in the mosque) in the last ten days of Ramadhaan.” [AlBukhaari]
    16-Maintaining a state of ablution: The Prophet said: “Adhere to
    righteousness even though you will not be able to do all acts of
    virtue. Know that the best of your deeds is prayer and that no one
    maintains his ablution except a believer.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    17-Perfecting ablution: The Prophet said: “Whoever performs
    ablution thoroughly, his sins would come out from his body, even
    coming out from under his nails.” [Muslim]
    18-Supplicating Allaah The Almighty upon completing ablution: The
    Prophet said: “Whoever performs ablution well and then says
    ‘Ash-hadu an la ilaaha illa Allaah wahdahu la shareeka lah, wa
    ash-hadu anna Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa rasooluh.
    Allaahumma ij‘alni min at-tawwaabeen wa ij‘alni min almutatahhireen (I testify that none is truly worthy of worship but
    Allaah alone, with no partner or associate, and I testify that
    Muhammad is His slave and Messenger. O Allaah, make me one
    of those who are oft-repenting and make me one of those who are
    oft-purifying themselves)’ they will have the gates of Paradise Page 7
    opened for them to enter from whichever one they want.”
    19-Fasting six days in the month of Shawwaal: The Prophet said:
    “Whoever fasts the month of Ramadhaan followed by six days of
    Shawwaal will be considered as if he had observed fasting the
    whole year.” [Muslim]
    20-Using Siwaak: The Prophet said: “Would it not have been
    difficult for my Ummah, I would have ordered them to use
    Siwaak before every prayer.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]
    21-Praying two Rak‘ahs (units of prayer) after performing ablution:
    The Prophet said: “If any Muslim performs ablution
    thoroughly, then stands and prays two Rak‘ahs setting about
    them with his heart as well as his face, Paradise would be
    guaranteed to him.”[Muslim]
    22-Repeating the Athaan (first call to prayer) after the Mu’aththin (the
    person who calls the Athaan): The Prophet said: “Whoever
    says like what this (Muezzin) has said out of certainty of faith, he
    will enter Paradise.” [An-Nasaa’i] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    23-Supplicating Allaah upon the end of the Athaan: The Prophet
    said: “Whoever says upon hearing the Athaan: ‘Allaahumma
    Rabba Haathihi-Ad-Da‘wati At-Taammah Was-Salaatil
    Qaa’imah, ‘Aati Muhammad Al-Waseelata Wal-Fadheelah,
    Wab‘ath-hu Maqaaman Mahmoodan Allaathi Wa‘adtah.’ (’O Page 8
    Allaah! Lord of this perfect call (of not ascribing partners to
    You) and of the current prayer which is about to be performed!
    Kindly grant Muhammad Al-Waseelah (the highest degree in
    Paradise) and Al-Fadheelah (superiority over people), and
    resurrect him to the praised station which You promised him’),
    then he will be worthy of my intercession on the Day of
    Resurrection.” [Al-Bukhaari]
    24-Supplicating Allaah in the interval between the Athaan and
    Iqaamah (the call to perform the prayer) of prayer: The Prophet
    said: “The supplication made between the Athaan and the
    Iqaamah is never rejected.”[Abu Daawood] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    25-Walking to the mosque: The Prophet said: “He who goes to the
    mosque at dawn or dusk (for prayer), Allaah prepares a
    hospitable abode for him in Paradise, every time when he walks
    to it or comes back from it.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]
    26-Offering prayer at its fixed time: The Prophet was asked about
    the best deed. He said: “To offer prayer at its fixed time.” [AlBukhaari and Muslim]
    27-Observing Fajr (dawn) and ‘Asr (evening) prayers: The Prophet
    said: “He who observes the Fajr and Asr (prayers) will enter Paradise.” [Al-Bukhaari] 28-Observing the Friday prayer: The Prophet said: “The five daily prayers; (the interval between) one Friday prayer to (the next) Page 9 Friday prayer and (the interval between) Ramadhaan to (the next) Ramadhaan are an expiation (of the sins committed in the intervals between them) if the grave major sins are avoided.” [Muslim] 29-Doing one’s best to supplicate during the hour when supplications are answered on Fridays: The Prophet said about Friday: “There is a time on Friday at which a Muslim, while he (or she) is performing Prayer and is supplicating, will be granted whatever he (or she) is supplicating for.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] 30-Reciting Chapter Al-Kahf on Friday: The Prophet said: “Whoever reads Suratu Al-Kahf on Friday, will have a light that will shine for him between that Friday and the next.” [AlAlbaani: Saheeh] 31-Praying at Al-Masjid Al-Haraam: The Prophet said: “One prayer at my mosque is better than one thousand prayers at any other mosque except Al-Masjid Al-Haraam.” [Muslim] 32- Praying at Al-Masjid An-Nabawi: The Prophet said: “One prayer at this mosque of mine is better than one hundred thousand prayers at any other mosque.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 33-Observing prayer in congregation: The Prophet said: “Prayer in congregation is twenty-seven times better than the prayer of a person alone.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] Page 10 34-Being keen on praying in the first row: The Prophet said: “If people knew what virtue lies in the Athaan and in the first row, and they could not (obtain these opportunities) except by drawing lots, they would definitely have done that.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] 35-Observing Dhuha (forenoon) prayer: The Prophet said: “When you get up in the morning, charity is due from every one of your joints. There is charity in every ascription of glory to Allaah (saying Subhaan Allaah); there is charity in every declaration of His Greatness (saying Allaahu Akbar); there is charity in every utterance of His praise (saying Alhamdulillaah); there is charity in every declaration that none is truly worthy of worship but Him (saying Laa Ilaaha illa Allaah); there is charity in enjoining good; there is charity in forbidding evil; and two Rak‘ahs of Dhuha (Forenoon prayer) is equal to all this (in reward).” [Muslim] 36-Maintaining the fixed voluntary prayer: The Prophet said: “Whoever offers twelve voluntary Rak‘ahs, Allaah would build for him a house in Paradise.” [Muslim] 37-Offering funeral prayer: The Prophet said: "Whoever follows the funeral procession and offers the funeral prayer for it, will receive a reward equal to one Qiraat, and whoever attends it till burial, will receive a reward equal to two Qiraats.'' He was asked, Page 11 "What are two Qiraats?'' He replied: "Equal to two huge mountains.'' [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] 38-Making children accustomed to offering prayers: The Prophet said: “Command your children to perform prayer when they are seven years old, and beat them for (not offering) it when they are ten, and do not let them sleep together.” [Abu Daawood] [AlAlbaani: Saheeh] 39-Making children accustomed to fasting: Ar-Rubayyi’ bint Mu‘awwith said, “…we, henceforth, observed fast (on the day of ‘Aashooraa’) and made our children observe that. We made toys out of wool for them and when anyone of them felt hungry and wept for food, we gave him these toys until it was time to break the fast.” [Al-Bukhaari] 40-Remembering Allaah The Almighty after the obligatory prayers: The Prophet said: “If anyone glorifies Allaah after every prayer thirty-three times, and praises Allaah thirty-three times, and declares His greatness thirty-three times, ninety-nine times in all, and says to complete a hundred: "None is truly worthy of worship but Allaah, having no partner with Him, to Him belongs sovereignty and to Him is praise due, and He is Potent over everything," his sins will be forgiven even If these are as abundant as the foam of the sea.” [Muslim] Page 12 41-Observing the Taraaweeh (voluntary night prayers): The Prophet said: “Voluntary night prayer is the best prayer after the obligatory prayers.” [Muslim] 42-Hastening to break the fast upon Maghrib (sunset): The Prophet said: “People will continue to be upon righteousness so long as they hasten to break the fast.” [Al-Bukhaari] 43-Breaking one’s fast before praying Maghrib: The Prophet used to break his fast before going to pray. [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 44-Breaking one’s fast with dates if available: The Prophet said: “Whoever finds fresh dates should break his fast with them. Whoever does not have dates should break his fast by drinking water, for water is pure.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 45-Having Suhoor (the pre-dawn meal): The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: “Have Suhoor for there is blessing in Suhoor.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] 46-Praising Allaah The Almighty after having food or drink: The Prophet said: “Allaah is pleased with His slave who praises Him (i.e., says Alhamdulillaah) when he eats and praises Him when he drinks.” [Muslim] 47-Asking Allaah The Almighty to forgive the believing men and women: “Whoever asks Allaah to forgive the male and female believers, Allaah would write a good deed for him in return for every male and female believer.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] Page 13 48-Giving Zakaah (obligatory charity): Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {And they were not commanded except to worship Allaah, [being] sincere to Him in religion, inclining to truth, and to establish prayer and to give Zakaah. And that is the correct religion.} [Quran 98:5] 49-Zakaatu Al-Fitr: The Prophet made Zakaatu Al-Fitr compulsory so that those who fasted may be purified of their idle or lewd speech (committed during Ramadhaan) and so that the poor may be fed. Whoever gives it before the ‘Eed prayer, will have it accepted as Zakaah, whereas whoever gives it after the ‘Eed prayer, that will be a charity like other charities. [Abu Daawood] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 50-Charity: The Prophet said: “He who gives in charity which he lawfully earned, and Allaah accepts only that which is pure, Allaah accepts it with His Right Hand and fosters it for him until it becomes greater than a mountain, as one of you fosters his mare.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 51-Secret charity: The Prophet said: “Good deeds prevent bad deaths. And secret charity extinguishes the wrath of the Lord. And maintaining kinship ties increases lifespan.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 52-Building mosques: The Prophet said: “Whoever builds a mosque for the sake of Allaah, a similar house will be built for him in Paradise.” [Al-Bukhaari] Page 14 53-Exchanging the greeting of peace and feeding people: The Prophet said: “O people, greet each other with peace frequently (i.e., say: ‘Assalaamu‘Alaykum’ to one another), feed people and pray at night when others are asleep, and you will enter Paradise in peace.” [At-Tirmithi] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 54-Two statements: The Prophet said: “There are two statements that are light for the tongue to utter, heavy in the scales and dear to the Merciful: Subhaana Allaahi wa bihamdihi, SubhaanAllaah Al-Atheem [Glory be to Allaah and His is the praise, (and) Glory be to Allaah the Greatest.” [Al-Bukhaari] 55-Removing harmful things from the road: The Prophet said: “I saw a man going about in Paradise (and enjoying himself) as a reward for cutting from the middle of the road a tree which was causing inconvenience to the Muslims.” [Muslim] 56-Being dutiful to parents and obeying them: The Prophet said: “May he be disgraced! May he be disgraced! May he be disgraced, whose parents, one or both, attain old age during his life time, and he does not enter Paradise through them (i.e., by being dutiful to them).” [Muslim] 57-Obeying the husband: The Prophet said: “When the woman observes the five obligatory prayers, fasts the month of Ramadhaan, maintains her chastity and obeys her husband, Allaah The Almighty would allow her to enter Paradise from whatever gate she likes.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] Page 15 58-Financially supporting one's wife and children: The Prophet said: “When a Muslim financially supports his family, while seeking the reward of Allaah The Almighty, his act will be rewarded as charity.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] 59-Financially supporting the widow and the poor: The Prophet said: “The one who strives to help the widow and the poor is like the one who fights in the way of Allaah.” [Al-Bukhaari] 60-Taking care of and financially supporting the orphan: The Prophet said: “I will be like this in Paradise with the person who takes care of an orphan (and he raised his forefinger and middle finger by way of illustration).” [Al-Bukhaari] 61-A cure for the hard heart: Once a man complained about his hard heart to the Prophet . The Prophet said to him: “Wipe over the head of an orphan and feed a poor person.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 62-Fulfilling Muslims’ needs: The Prophet said to him: “It is better for anyone of you to help his brother fulfill his need than observing I’tikaaf at my mosque (he pointed with his finger) for two months.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 63-Visiting fellow Muslims for the sake of Allaah: The Prophet said: “The Prophet will be in Paradise, the truthful will be in Paradise, and the man who visits his brother in a remote place, Page 16 only for the sake of Allaah, will be in Paradise.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 64-Visiting the sick: The Prophet said: “Whoever visits a sick person only for the sake of Allaah will enter Paradise.” 65-Maintaining kinship ties: The Prophet said: “The womb (ties of kinship) is suspended to the throne and says: ‘He who unites me, Allaah will unite him; and he who severs me Allaah will sever him.” [Muslim] 66-Good morals: Answering a question about the act that makes people enter Paradise the most, the Prophet said: “Fearing Allaah and having good morals.” [At-Tirmithi] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh] 67-Truthfulness: The Prophet said: “Adhere to truthfulness. Truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] 68-Having a cheerful face: The Prophet said: “Do not belittle any good deed even if it is meeting your brother with a cheerful face.” [Muslim] 69-Tolerance in selling and buying: The Prophet said: “May Allaah have mercy upon a man who is tolerant when he sells, [who is tolerant] when he buys, and [who is tolerant] when he claims the money due to him that he had lent out.” [Al-Bukhaari] Page 17 70-Safeguarding one’s tongue and private parts: The Prophet said: “Whosoever gives me a guarantee to safeguard what is between his jaws and what is between his legs, I shall guarantee him Paradise.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] 71-The virtue of asking Allaah The Almighty to confer his peace and blessings upon the Prophet : The Prophet said: “The one who asks Allaah to confer blessings upon me once, Allaah will confer blessings upon him ten times.” [Muslim] 72-Calling to Allaah The Almighty: The Prophet said: “If anyone calls others to follow the right guidance, his reward will be equivalent to those who follow him (in righteousness) without their reward being diminished in any respect.” [Muslim] 73-Concealing people’s faults: The Prophet said: “Indeed, whoever conceals the defects of his brother in this life, Allaah will conceal his defects on the Day of Judgment.” [Muslim] 74-Being patient in the face of trials: The Prophet said: “No fatigue, nor disease, nor sorrow, nor sadness, nor hurt, nor distress befalls a Muslim, even if it were the prick he receives from a thorn, but that Allaah expiates some of his sins for that.” [Al-Bukhaari] 75-Continuous charity: The Prophet said: “When the son of Aadam dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: an Page 18 ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge or a righteous child who prays for him.” [Muslim] 76-Relieving Muslims: The Prophet said: “Whoever brings his (Muslim) brother out of a discomfort, Allaah will bring him out of one of the discomforts of the Day of Resurrection.” [Muslim] 77-Interceding for Muslims to fulfill their needs: The Prophet said: “Intercede (in order to) be rewarded, and Allaah decrees what He wills through the tongue of His Messenger.” [Al-Bukhaari] 78-Maintaining good relations with the friends of one’s parents: The Prophet said: “The best act of dutifulness is that a person should treat kindly his father’s loved ones.” [Muslim] 79-Supplicating Allaah The Almighty for a fellow Muslim in his absence: The Prophet said: “Whenever a Muslim supplicates for his (Muslim) brother in his absence, the angels say:May the
    same be for you too.’” [Muslim]
    80-Silence and safeguarding one’s tongue except from good words:
    The Prophet said: “A person who believes in Allaah and the
    Last Day, should say (something) good or remain silent.” [AlBukhaari]
    81-Treating one’s wife kindly: The Prophet said: “The best of you
    is the best to his wife and I am the best of you to my wives.” [AlAlbaani: Saheeh] Page 19
    82-Following a misdeed with a good deed: The Prophet said:
    “Fear Allaah wherever you are, follow a sin with a good deed
    that obliterates it, and treat people with good manners.” [AlAlbaani: Saheeh]
    83-Defending the honor of Muslims: The Prophet said: “A person
    who defends the honor of his [Muslim] brother, Allaah will
    defend his face against Hellfire on the Day of Resurrection.” [AtTirmithi] [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    84-Kind words: The Prophet said: “Guard yourselves against Hell
    even if it be only with half a date-fruit (given in charity); and if
    you cannot afford even that, you should at least say a good
    word.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]
    85-Being kind to animals: The Prophet said: “A man found a dog
    which was panting out of thirst. His tongue was lolling and he
    was eating moist earth from extreme thirst. The man filled his
    shoe with water and quenched the thirst of the dog, so Allaah
    appreciated his action and admitted him to Paradise.” [AlBukhaari]
    86-Raising and supporting daughters: The Prophet said: “If
    anyone has three daughters, and he disciplines them, provides for
    them, and is merciful to them, he will enter Paradise.” [AlBukhaari] Page 20
    87-Doing others favors: The Prophet said: “Every good deed is a
    charity and the one who guides to a good deed will be rewarded
    like the doer.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]
    88-Shaking hands: The Prophet said: “When two Muslims meet
    and they shake hands, their sins are forgiven before they depart.”
    [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    89-One of the treasures of Paradise: The Prophet said: “Say ‘la
    hawla wa la quwwata illa billaah (There is no power and no
    strength save with Allaah)’ for it is a treasure from the treasures
    of Paradise.” [Muslim]
    90-Offering relief for a hard-pressed person: The Prophet said:
    “And he who finds relief for a hard-pressed person, Allaah will
    make things easy for him in this world and in the Hereafter.”
    91-Modesty and bashfulness: The Prophet said: “Modesty is (a
    part) of faith, and (the people of) faith will be in Paradise; and
    lewdness is (a part) of harshness, and (the people who are) harsh
    will be in Hell.” [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    92-Keeping company with the righteous: The Prophet said: “If a
    group of people assemble in one of the houses of Allaah
    (mosques) to recite the book of Allaah and learn and teach it
    among themselves, tranquility would surely descend upon them
    and mercy would cover them and the angels would surround Page 21
    them and Allaah would mention them in the presence of those
    near Him.” [Muslim]
    93-Prostrating frequently: The Prophet said: “A slave becomes
    nearest to his Lord when he is in prostration. So increase
    supplications while prostrating.” [Muslim]
    94-Reconciling between disputing people: The Prophet said:
    “Shall I not inform you of something more excellent in degree
    than fasting, prayer and almsgiving?” The people replied, “Yes.”
    The Prophet said: “It is reconciling people.” [Abu Daawood]
    [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    95-Soundness of heart: The Prophet said: “Deeds are submitted
    (to Allaah The Almighty) every Monday and Thursday. Allaah
    The Almighty forgives in that day everyone who does not
    associate anything with Allaah except a person in whose (heart)
    there is rancor against his brother. (Concerning these two
    disputing persons Allaah The Almighty) Says, ‘Delay these two
    (persons) until they are reconciled.’” [Muslim]
    96-Freeing four slaves: The Prophet said: “He who utters ten
    times: La ilaaha illa Allaah, wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahulmulku wa lah-ulhamdu, wa Huwaala kulli shay’in Qadeer
    (None is truly worthy of worship but Allaah. He is One and He
    has no partner with Him. His is the sovereignty and His is the
    praise, and He is Omnipotent),’ he will have a reward equal to Page 22
    that of freeing four slaves from the progeny of Prophet Ismaa‘eel
    (Ishmael, may Allaah exalt his mention).” [Muslim]
    97-Urging women to give charity: The Prophet said: “O company
    of women! Give charity even from your ornaments!” [AlBukhaari and Muslim]
    98-Truthfulness in buying and selling: The Prophet said: “Both
    parties in a business transaction have the right to annul it as long
    as they have not separated; and if they tell the truth and make
    everything clear to each other, they will be blessed in their
    transaction, but if they conceal anything and lie, the blessing of
    their transaction will be unblessed.” [Al-Bukhaari]
    99-Giving back the rights to their owners and clearing injustice done
    to others: The Prophet said: “He who has done a wrong
    affecting his brother’s honor or anything else, let him ask his
    forgiveness today before the time (i.e., the Day of Resurrection)
    when he will have neither a dinar nor a dirham. If he has done
    some good deeds, a portion equal to his wrong doings will be
    subtracted from them; but if he has no good deeds, he will be
    burdened with the evil deeds of the one he had wronged in the
    same proportion.” [Al-Bukhaari]
    100- Expiation of attending gatherings: The Prophet said:
    “Whoever sits in a gathering and indulges in useless talk and
    before getting up supplicates: ‘Subhaanaka Allaahumma wa
    bihamdik, ash-hadu an laa ilaaha illa Ant, astaghfiruka wa Page 23
    atoobu ilayk (O Allaah, You are free from every imperfection;
    praise be to You. I testify that there is no deity worthy of worship
    except You; I ask Your forgiveness and turn to You in
    repentance),’ he will be forgiven (for the sins he may have
    intentionally or unintentionally committed) in that assembly.”
    [Al-Albaani: Saheeh]
    Finally, we must remember that the Lord of Ramadhaan is the Lord of all
    months, so we must continue to obey Him. We should be aware that the
    end of prayer is not the end of worship, as some people may imagine.
    Rather, the end of worship is as Allaah The Almighty Says (what means):
    {And worship your Lord until there comes to you the certainty (death).}
    [Quran 15:99]