Ramadan and Hajj

so today October 10th 2004, I managed to locate al-Fawz academy, a project of an old acquaintence of mine, and attended a dars by Khalilur Rehman Chishti.

I don’t remember attending a dars ever.
Jumma Khutbas yes,
what have I missed all my life! Had I built my life around the Quran and Sunnah; had I been to daroos regularly, and had I arranged these at my house, how much richer my life would have been, and how much closer to Allah (swt) I would have been?
whereas today I am too far from Him 😦

Ramadan starts in a week’s time, and the regular duroos will be at a time when I am at work. Will I be able to make this my best Ramadan, which will still be too short of others’ achievements?
can I get leave for itikaaf, and make it? It would be wonderful.
The summary of the dars was in Urdu. I didn’t take any notes. One question brought out the fact that since this is ibadaah, we should make dua as much as possible, during Ramadan.
My application for Hajj has been successful in the draw. 🙂 Out of 140,000 applicants a little over 96,000 will perform Hajj with the Hajj arrangements being made by the government, as opposed to private parties, who were allotted 50,000 seats. So the total will be around 150,000 going from Pakistan. Now I need to get myself fit and familiar with it, so I can perform Hajj and it is accepted.
O Allah! help me
Rabbana ateina fiddduniya hasanatan wa fil aakhirati hasanatan wa qina adhaban-naarO Allah!, grant us the best in this world and in the Hereafter

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