At any given time, Ramadan or out of Ramadan, a believer chooses to be in the right place and always asks Allah to guide him or her to be in the right place at the right time.
Then this evening as the Sun set, we entered into one of the odd nights from among the last 10 nights of Ramadan. Did you know that laylatul qadr could be any night of Ramadan to start with, from the beginning to the end?
But there is a greater likelihood that it is one of the last 10 nights any one of them. So we’re taught take every night seriously, the dua if I were to ask you that would be most loved by Allah on Laylatul Qadr:
o Allah, you love to forgive. You are forgiving, you love to forgive. So forgive me.
Don’t ever let the night pass without having sought the forgiveness of Allah.
Your life is Transforming is changing. You’re feeling like a rejuvenated person. That’s Laylatul Qadr.
So remember that it’s the mercy of Allah, and not only this night, all of the 10 nights of Ramadan.