I have prepared inspiring quotes and verses from Quran for each day of the month of Ramadan. This post is my gift to you to inspire you on the countdown of the month of Ramadan for 30 days.
3 parts or 3 stages of the month of Ramadan
According to this hadith, Ramadan is divided into 3 parts called Ashras. With the inspiration of this hadith, I separated the inspiring quotes and verses of the Qur’an into 3 parts-Ashras.
First Ashra of the month of Ramadan: mercy
There is guidance from the hadith saying that the month of Ramadan is starting with mercy. Why is that?
The month of Ramadan is a journey and like all the journeys it is full of ups and downs. To walk in your path, you need self-compassion first and soften your heart. Self-love is the entrance for the love of the Beloved.
That is why you need to build a nice relationship with yourself on this journey. Practice mercy so that you can feel the mercy of God for you during the journey of Life. That is why we start with mercy before all.
The month of Ramadan mercy quotes
Ramadan day 1 quotes
“Call upon me, I will respond to you.” Qur’an (40:60)
“Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.” Omer Khayyam
“Be in this world as if you were a stranger and a traveler.” Prophet Muhammad
Ramadan day 2
“In His infinite mercy, Allah has sent the light of Ramadan to erase the night. He has sent the month of the Qur’an so that He might elevate us and bring us from our isolation to His nearness.”
Yasmin Mogahed, Reclaim Your Heart: Personal Insights on Breaking Free from Life’s Shackles
“Speak a good word or remain silent.” Prophet Muhammed
“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you love. It will not lead you astray.” Rumi
“Ramadan is about getting closer to Allah. And maybe doing your part in helping somebody else get closer to Allah.” Nouman Ali Khan.
Ramadan day 3
“Indeed, good deeds wipe out the evil deeds” Qur’an (11:114)
“A little more kindness, a little less judgment”
“Seven pieces of Advice of Mevlana Rumi
- In generosity and helping others, be like a river.
- In compassion and grace be like the sun.
- In concealing others’ faults, be like the night.
- In anger and fury be like one who is dead.
- In modesty and humility, be like the earth.
- In tolerance, be like a sea.
- Either exist as you are or be as you look.”
“Let’s dress good and smell great for Allah.”
Ramadan day 4
“Do all things with kindness.”
Ramadan day 5
“It is not the eyes that are blind, but the hearts.” Qur’an (22:46)
“Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.”
Show me what’s right is right.
Keep me on it
Strengthen me with it
Bless me with it
“When the month of Ramadan begins the gate of paradise is opened.” Prophet Muhammad
Ramadan day 6
“The guilt you feel after sinning is also a mercy from Allah. Some hearts have been hardened so much that sins mean nothing to them.” Sheikh Abdul Jabbar
“Verily with every hardship comes to ease.” Qur’an (94:5)
“Do not despair of the mercy of Allah.” Qur’an (39:53)
“Start with Bismillah
End with Alhamdulillah
Appreciate with Subhan’Allah
Hope with Insha’Allah
And life will be blessed by Allah”
Ramadan day 7
“And do not let their saying grieve you. Indeed, the honor and glory belong to Allah.” Qur’an (10:65)
“Indeed, God will not change the conditions of people until they change what it is in themselves.” Qur’an (13:11)
Ramadan day 8
“Allah says take one step toward me; I will take ten steps toward you. Walk towards me I will run towards you.”
“He is the most merciful of those who show mercy. Qur’an (12:64)”
“Ramadan is time to empty your stomach to feed your soul.”
Ramadan day 9
“Do not be afraid. I am with you, all-hearing and all-seeing.” Qur’an (20:46)
“This world is like a mountain. Your echo depends on you.” Shams Tabrizi
“The beauty of sujud is you whisper down on earth and it is heard up in the heavens.”
Ramadan day 10
“He put between you love and compassion.” Qur’an (30:21)
“Allah likes those who are thankful.” Qur’an (19:9)
“And do what is beautiful.” Qur’an (2:195)
“When will a person gains consent? They asked Rabi’a and she replied, ‘As in blessings when she is grateful in the evil.’ “
Second Ashra of the month of Ramadan: forgiveness
One day they asked Rabi’a, what if a person that did awfully bad things repents, would God accept his/her repent?
Rabi’a answered, if God would not grant the person to repent, he/she even would not be able to repent. They can repent because God has already forgiven them.
Being able to repent, ask for forgiveness, is being aware. Only those who are slow enough to be aware of their evils can ask for forgiveness. This is the mercy of God.
Therefore when your heart is full of sorrow and asks for forgiveness, remember that Ramadan is starting with mercy. Have mercy for yourself and be content that you are aware enough of your sins so that you can ask for forgiveness.
You can only be vulnerable in a safe place. You need this safe place to be brave enough to open yourself. So that slowly you can get your mask out. First, you will be aware that you are wearing masks then that you will understand that you are full of masks then you will hold space for your grief for all those masks you have, and then slowly you will leave those masks, and then you will be free.
The month of Ramadan forgiveness quotes
Ramadan day 11 quotes
“Fasting men and fasting women, God has prepared forgiveness and a splendid wage.” Qur’an (33:35)
“I look back and half of Ramadan is over in the blink of an eye. Before I know I will be saying that about my entire life.” Nouman Ali khan
“Allah is with those who restrain themselves.” Quran (16: 128)
Ramadan day 12
“The strong man is not a good wrestler; the strong man is only the one who controls himself when he is angry.” Prophet Muhammad
“Fasting is a shield with which a servant protects himself from the fire.” Ahmad, Saheeh
Ramadan day 13
“Your blessings, your trials, and triumphs, your journey of falling and rising, your gifts and talents—they are all connected. Your true calling is held in the arms of your deepest wounds. God only breaks you to remake you because breakdowns come before breakthroughs. Everything that God has written into your path was meant to prepare you for this exact moment. God wants you to come as you are, not as you think you should be.” A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam
“Allah forgive me if I asked you more than I thanked you.”
“To exercise patience and forgive is proof of genuine courage.” Qur’an (42:43)
Ramadan day 14
“I love my problems because I know that Whoever gave me my problems loves me. Beloved One is gently testing my affectation, what else I will do as a lover?” Rumi
“The point of Dua is the conversation, not the outcome.” Yasmin Mogahed
“Indeed, what is to come will be better for you than what has gone by.” Qur’an (93:4)
Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) relates that Allah says: “O child of Adam! However much you beseech Me and place your hopes in Me, I will forgive you without any reservation. O child of Adam! If you have sins piling up to the clouds and then ask My forgiveness, I will forgive you without any reservation. O child of Adam! If you come to me with enough mistakes to fill the Earth and meet Me without associating anything as a partner with Me, I will come to you with enough forgiveness to fill the Earth.” [Sahīh Muslim (2687)]
Ramadan day 15
“Never hate each other; never be jealous of each other; never think ill of each other; never boycott each other. Always remain brothers onto each other, o servants of Allah.” Prophet Muhammed
“Indeed, the help of Allah is near.” Qur’an (2:214)
“If you are grateful, I will give you more.” Qur’an (14:7)
Ramadan day 16
“For Allah loves those who put their trust in Him.” Qur’an (3:159)
“Be mindful of Him and He will be by your side.” Prophet Muhamad
“Among His signs are the Night and the Day and the Sun and the Moon.” Qur’an (41:37)
Ramadan day 17
“You have power over all things.” Qur’an (3:26)
“But you cannot will, unless Allah wills.” Qur’an (76:30)
“Purify my heart.” Ibn Arabi
Ramadan day 18
“Allah is the protector of those who have faith.” Qur’an (2:257)
“My Lord grants me courage.” Quran (20:25)
If Allah answers your prayers
He is increasing your faith
If Allah delays your prayers
He is testing your patience
If Allah does not answer your prayers
He has planned so much better for you
And that love should keep you smiling.”
Ramadan day 19
“God will bring ease after hardship.”
“Rumi’s answer to questions asked by a disciple:
What is Poison?
Anything which is more than our necessity is Poison. It may be Power, Wealth, Hunger, Ego, Greed, Laziness, Love, Ambition, Hate, or anything.
What is Fear?
Non-acceptance of uncertainty. If we accept that uncertainty, it becomes an adventure!
What is Envy?
Non-acceptance of good in others. If we accept the good, it becomes an inspiration!
What is Anger?
Non-acceptance of things that are beyond our control. If we accept the, it becomes tolerance!
What is Hatred?
Non-acceptance of a person as he is. If we accept a person unconditionally, it becomes love!”
“There is a battle going on inside you. In Ramadan, for 30 days, Allah gives you the power to win.” Nouman Ali Khan
“On no soul do we place a burden greater than it can bear.” Qur’an (23:62)
Ramadan day 20
“If you want peace to prevail in your heart, remove anger, resentment, blame, and worry.”Mufti Menk
“Oh, Allah does not attach my heart to what is not written to be mine.”
Give me eyes that see the best on people.
A heart that forgives the worst
A mind that forgets the bad
And a soul that never loses faith.”
Third Ashra of the month of Ramadan: freedom from fire
The third Ashra is the last 10 days of Ramadan, it is when the night of power is.
“We have indeed revealed this in the Night of Power’. And what will explain to you what the night of power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months. Therein come down The Angels and the Spirit by Allah’s permission, on every errand. “Peace!…This until the rise of Morn!” Qur’an (97:1-5)
The last 10 days of Ramadan are for deep reflection and inquiry, getting closer to yourself and the One. It is time when your heart will unite the seeing and knowing and from there Love will be.
The month of Ramadan freedom from fire quotes
Ramadan day 21 quotes
There is a life force within your soul, seek that life. There is a gem in the mountain of your body, seek that mine. O Traveler if you are in search of That, do not look outside look inside and seek that. Rumi
Ramadan day 22
“Whoever Allah wishes to show goodness, He gives him an understanding of the religion.” [Sahih Bukhari: 71]
“We are all born with spiritual wings, Islam simply reminds us how to fly.” A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam
“It is He who sent down tranquility into the hearts of the believers, that they may add faith to their faith for to Allah belong the forces of the heavens and the Earth and Allah is full of Knowledge and Wisdom” Qur’an (48:4).
Ramadan day 23
“As long as your heart is beating, you have a purpose. God is intentional, so He does not keep anyone on Earth that doesn’t have to be here; if we are blessed with more life, it is because someone in the world needs us. If we are alive, it means that what we were sent to this Earth to create has not yet been accomplished.” A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam
“And be patient of what befalls you.” Qur’an (31:17)
“They plot and plan and Allah plans too. Little do they know; Allah is the best of planners.” Qur’an (8:30)
Ramadan day 24
“All matters belong to God. Qur’an (3:154)
“Allah is the all-knowing each and everything Qur’an (2:282)
“Have they not seen how God begins the creation and then renews it?” Qur’an (29:19)
Ramadan day 25
“I ask of You. O God, that I may flee from me to You.” Ibn Arabi
“We shall show them Our signs on the horizons and in their souls.” Qur’an (41:53)
Ramadan day 26
“So flee to God.” Qur’an (51:50)
“Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.” Rumi
Ramadan day 27
“Raise me to the station of Closeness to You.” Ibn Arabi
“Now be silent. Let the One who created the word speak. He made the door. He made the lock. He also made the key.” Rumi
“Allaah has made Laylat al-Qadr in this month, which is better than a thousand months, as Allaah says…The Night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months. Therein descend the angels and the Rooh [Jibreel (Gabriel)] by Allaah’s Permission with all Decrees, there is peace until the appearance of dawn.” Qur’an (97:1-5)
Ramadan day 28
“It is He who enables you to travel on Land and Sea.” Qur’an (10:22)
“Be empty and write secrets with a reed pen.” Rumi
Ramadan day 29 quotes
“Even if all the trees on earth were pens, and the ocean inks, with seven more oceans added to it, the words of Allah would not be exhausted: for Allah is infinite in power and wisdom” Qur’an (31:27)
“Whatever I was looking for was always You.” Rumi
Ramadan day 30: last day of Ramadan
“Ramadan is like a rare flower that blossoms once a year and just as you begin to smell the Fragrance it disappears for another year.” Rabiya Muslimah
“Grant light to my heart.” Ibn Arabi
We have started with mercy, continued with forgiveness, and then finally freedom from fire. I wish you a blessing journey in the month of Ramadan.
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