May the next Eid comes with peace all over the world.
Have a great Eid dear Muslim followers.
We should be thankful to Allah/God every second of the day, that we aren’t in some war zone or are living in poverty, dying. So many blessings yet we are pretentious, obnoxious, ignorant beings. Me being the first.
Anonymous said: As-salamu alaykum sister. I've recently become a convert and there's something I'm not entirely sure about yet. I've tried to find scholastic advice on exactly how I can make up for missed prayers. There are times where I'm not able to keep to the schedule of dhuhr, asr and maghrib prayers due to work. I was just wondering if you happen to know of any sites whereby I can read up about this sort of thing, particularly the method of offering Qadaa prayers. Thanks for reading this; Ramadan Kareem!
Here’s a decent website that might help and this. You can also go to your local masjid and ask your Imaam, he’d be good at explaining it face to face. I personally do it this way, if I wake up for fajr and pray it, then I end up going to school and for whatever reason cannot pray dhuhr or asr, when I get home it might be time for maghrib so I pray the missed prayers in order. I’d pray dhuhr, asr then do maghrib. I also offer the fard or obligatory prayers when I make them up after. Idk if this makes sense but I think an imaam would be more help than me tbh. Also mA! And I hope this new journey becomes easier for you :)