Fly To Allah SWT With The Fast Flying Ramadan (21)

Published: 8 April 2024

Tonight is the last odd night of the last ten nights of Ramadan. It’s the last night in the probable bracket of Laylatul Qadr, The Night of Power. We have tried to explore the transcended nature of this great night that graced the opening of the Qur’an. Perhaps this is outside our common practices, as we are more familiar with the rewards of reading and studying the Qur’an. That’s far from intending to contemplate and delve into this most sophisticated, cutting-edge, and purest book of knowledge on Earth.

Usually, we focus on reading and studying the Qur’an for the rewards it offers. But taking a deeper look into its true meaning takes us beyond just reading—it’s like discovering the deepest and purest knowledge in the world. This is our last night chance this Ramadan to really connect with that special night and what it represents.


How to deep dive in Quranic research. Considering combining religious perspectives with academic studies in intelligent design, especially regarding time, can lead to fascinating insights. For instance, religious texts often describe time as a creation with purpose and intent, aligning with the intelligent design theory that suggests complexity and order in the universe point to a deliberate Creator.


Scholars might explore how concepts of time in religious narratives complement or contrast with scientific understanding, offering a holistic view that bridges faith and reason. This interdisciplinary approach enriches our appreciation for the intricacies of time, seen through both spiritual and scientific lenses.


We are lucky to be born as Muslims with the Qur’an as our book of faith. But are we aware of it, do we feel lucky at heart and in mind? Ask yourself, what’s the sign of it? At least tonight, the last possible Laylatul Qadr night in 1445 Hijri, be in touch with the Book of Allah SWT!