How're you? How's your Ramadhan?
Did you plan your Ramadhan this time? Do you have your Ramadhan's goal lists? If you have, that's good, you've done a very good job to make such a self- improvement of yourselves. For you who still don't, come let see if this can change your mind or not, because you're still not too late.
About a week ago, I received an e-mail from a friend told about this 'Heart Wheel Journal'. So, what's Heart Wheel Journal? The Heart Wheel Journal is like a planner that you do each day during Ramadhan to help centre and focus yourself for His pleasure while improving your iman, character and good deeds. It is a 30-day guide for an outstanding Ramadhan by Muhammed al-Shareef complete with heart food, daily planner, salah tracker, heart wheel and salah concentration tips.
Taken from the Heart Wheel Journal book:
The Qur’an guides us to the specific ingredients of a pure heart. The Heart Wheel Journal allows you to focus on eight slices of your heart, which were extracted directly from the Qur’an and Sunnah. If completed correctly, one should be able to see a graphic representation of how rich his/her own heart is. This measurement is a gift of self consciousness. You will learn where your heart is at now, and what it will take to grow your heart to the closer levels of righteousness to Allah (swt).
Anyway, found this verse from the famous author's blog, Sis Zabrina. She wrote, Will Rogers once said, Plans get you into things, but you got to work your way out.
We're all always in need of self improvement, and even more during the time of Ramadhan. It may works in different ways for different people, so, if you feel this journal will somewhat benefit you, don't waste your time, use it. But, if it's not for you then seek other ways which you can reflect and maximize your time in order to gain His pleasure. Please don't let this Ramadhan slip by without having improved your character even if a little and keep repenting from The Most High