- The last five odd nights of the holy months of Ramadan are the most sought after nights in the life of a fasting Muslim
- In one of the five odd nights of Ramadan 21, 23, 25, 27 or 29, there is Laylatul Qadr (the Night of Majesty)
Muslims are enjoined to rise at night, observing Tahajjud for a longer period of time during the last 10 nights of Ramadan, and in particular the last five odd nights.
Almighty Allaah changes so many things about the life of all human beings in Laylatul Qadr. Therefore, any Muslim seen worshipping Allaah with sincere intentions during these five odd nights, will be bestowed with the favours of Allaah.
In Suuratu Dukhaan, Ayah 1-5, that is chapter 44, verses 1-5 of the Glorious Qur’an, Almighty talked about the Glorious Qur’an and how he separates the Destiny of human beings. That is some people will be fortunate to receive good destiny, while others will not be too fortunate, going into the next one year.
Muslims should seek Allaah’s mercies as the holy month of Ramadan winds down, in order to be among the people with good destiny.