Ramadan Recharge ⚡️
Getting Through the Mid-Ramadan Slump
a lecture by Shaykh Abdulbary Yahya
For the first 10 days of Ramadan, we are enthusiastic about fasting while looking forward to iftars at the end of the day and pray the Qiyam at night. We feel pumped to take advantage of such a special month and be closer than ever to Allah.
However, after the first ten days, we hit a sort of slump. We start feeling tired and sluggish, and a little less motivated to do the religious acts we were practicing before.
Usually, by the last ten days, we get our motivation back and we start strengthening our actions and good deeds in anticipation of Lailatul-Qadr. But how do we avoid the mid-Ramadan slump and the waste of those middle blessed days?
Race towards the finish line
Shaykh Abdulbary Yahya is known as the most laid back, easy-going instructor in the AlMaghrib lineup. He is often used as the example for patience at its best and is famous for his personal funny experiences that he uses wittingly to teach and help understand advanced Islamic concepts.
Born in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, Shaykh Abdulbary immigrated to the US with his family. He grew up in Seattle, WA and began his studies at the Islamic University of Madinah. After graduating from the Islamic University of Madinah’s College of Shari’ah, Shaykh Abdulbary Yahya returned to Vietnam and Cambodia and became a teacher and director of the Umm al-Qura Charity Organization in Vietnam.
He is currently the Imam of Masjid Jaamiul Muslimeen in Seattle, WA. He is also the President of the Cham Refugee Community and the Vice-President of the Islamic Center of Washington State.
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