Ramadan is a month of bountiful bleesings and month in which Holy Qur’an was sent down to humanity from heaven. Here the poster speaks about Taraweeh prayers, but the baffling part is the kind of surats the Imam recites which put some on run, instead of surats like Nas, Falaq and all the brief ones, the Imam will be using surats like Yasin, Harma and extremely long ones, though this is the tradition of the prayer.
Ahmadox posted on nairaland, “Just to enlighten our minds a little bit, I have compiled a list of people depending on their approach to the ten to fourteen optional rakats of Taraweeh prayers during Ramadan.”
1. The Ramadan born agains:
These set of people are the reason why mosques gets filled up during Ramadan. They may have probably not been attending any prayers before Ramadan. They say Sallat is stressful, but they develop a strange love for Sallat and Taraweeh prayers.
2. The once a while Muslims:
These set of people aways come like NEPA light. If you see them today, don’t expect them tomorrow.
3. The Taraweeh late comers:
These people will never attend Isha’i, they come to the Mosque when the Taraweeh has reached almost the end. They just perform their Isha’i and join the last few rakahs of Taraweeh and that’s all!
4. The early leavers:
These are the opposite of the late comers. They come early for the Isha’i and leave immediately after, they don’t care about the Taraweeh. I am ashamed to say I fell to this category sometimes, because of longer surats.
5. The I-don’t-cares:
They don’t even come to the masjid at all for either taraweeh or isha’i prayers.
No matter the category you feel to, if may be, just know that you are deemed to be fulfilling religious deeds constantly, not only in the month of Ramadan. As we observe this blessed month so I pray Almighty Allah accept our religious deeds. Ramadan kareem.