On the 26th night of Taraweeh Reflections during Ramadan, a profound discussion takes place, delving into the purpose of life and our connection with the Creator. Drawing from the Quran, specifically Adh Dhariyaat verses 56-58, the speaker highlights the importance of understanding our purpose in life, which is to worship Allah (swt) alone. This purpose guides our actions, helping us distinguish between right and wrong, and ultimately leading to tranquility and peace in our lives. The speaker emphasizes that by acknowledging and believing in the existence of Allah (swt), the Creator, and following the divine guidance provided by the messengers, individuals can find fulfillment in their lives and achieve success both in this world and the hereafter.
The Sheik digs further into the nature of worship, explaining that it is not limited to ritualistic actions such as prayers, fasting, or giving zakat. Instead, worship extends to obeying the commands of Allah (swt) in all aspects of life. The Sheik cautions against the dangers of worshipping one’s own desires or those of others, emphasizing that only Allah (swt) is worthy of worship.