Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Sunnah Prayers



One of my goals this Ramadhan is to incorporate the Sunnah Prayers into my day. I figured I needed to find when all of the Sunnah Prayers were and how to execute so I found this really handy table!

from **this website**

Hope that this is helpful!


Hajar said...

Masha'Allah sis. This is very helpful! Thank you!!!

Stacy aka Fahiima said...

Shouldn't take too much longer to pray the sunnah ones. Fajr will be the hardest for sure.
What does the aloud or silent refer to? I would guess it refers to when reading Al Fatiha.

NeverEver said...

@ Hajar: Alhamdulillah I'm glad sister, and you are MOST welcome! :-D

@ Stacy: Yes, I've been doing them the last day or two and alhamdulillah they aren't as hard to incorporate as I had thought. I do believe that you are correct: the silent/aloud part has to do with the Qur'an recitation part of the prayer. Especially when praying with groups :-)

Stacy aka Fahiima said...

I just tagged you!

Laila Of Course! said...

Oh, wow, Mashaallah, lovely plan! I will try and do the same as well this Ramadan.

Be sure and pop by and leave a note!


NeverEver said...

@ Stacy: Thanks for the tag, I will get to writing soon, inshaAllah!

@ Laila: Oh excellent, please let me know how it goes for you sis!! I entered your say what contest, lol, and I even had a dream about it last night :-P

The Light of Islam said...

Salamu Alakyam,

MashAllah that's awesome! Keep it up sis! :) I love this little chart, it comes in handy! InshAllah I will be doing the same soon. Seeing this kind of stuff really makes you want to do better. It reminds me of a story I heard about two men who challenged each other in everything they did. They loved each other for the sake of Allah, and they tried to pray and beat each other in prayers so they prayed night prayers and would fast more days. SubhanAllah Thanks.

I ask Allah (SWT) to make us amongst the Saabiquns, the group of people who race each other to good deeds and these people will closest to Allah (SWT) in the next life. Ameen!

Wa Alakyam salaam

NeverEver said...

Wa alaikum asalam Light,
Alhamdulillah I am so glad you found it useful!! What a beautiful story, mashaAllah, thank you for sharing it with me. It makes me feel like I'm doing good, alhamdulillah. Ameen, inshaAllah sister!

InshaAllah we can all keep eachother motivated during more than just Ramadhan!

The Light of Islam said...

If you want to here the whole story check out on youtube. Its only a few minutes long but its heartwarming.

You bring much benefit to people with your blog, more than you know. MashAllah! May Allah keep you strong and steadfast on this great deen! Ameen.

InshAllah, I hope so. Honestly "blogland" lol, can be a source of help and guidance when your looking in the right spot. :)

Take care, Wa Salaam

NeverEver said...

Asalamu alaikum Light,
Thank you so much for your encouragement sis! It makes me want to work even a little bit harder :-D Ameen, sister, for you as well!!!!!!!
Jazakillah Khair for the link too :)

WhiteOrchid said...

thank you soo much for sharing this sis! It makes it soo much easier

NeverEver said...

Alhamdulillah, I'm glad it is useful to you! Of course you are most welcome ukhti!

Hajar Zamzam Ismail said...

This is such a nice graph! Masha Allah to the person who designed it!

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