Welcome to Ramadan

 


The blessed month of Ramadan is about to cast a shadow over the Muslim Ummah. Every Muslim wishes to spend as much time in worship as possible in this blessed month and make the most of the blessings and blessings of the holy month and fill their feet with good deeds.

We can also take advantage of the hours of Ramadan to refine our personality and habits and thus promote goodness in our home and then in our society.

First of all, plan how you will spend most of your time in housework, prayers, recitation and remembrance of God.

Eat simple and light foods at Sahar and Iftar.

Avoid greasy foods, as greasy foods can be a nuisance, especially fried foods.

 

Such foods are dear to our nature. These foods put a strain on the stomach and the body is full of eating large amounts of fried and oily foods during Sehro Iftar, so that nature eats more light fruits and vegetables throughout the day and also drinks more drinks. These products have a positive effect on health. Eating them also restores health and has a pleasant effect on the mood.

 

Eating simple and light foods makes worship more enjoyable and Ramadan is the month of worship, so if we make some changes in our Suhoor Iftar meals, it will be better in terms of health and worship. Iftar is over, eat so much that it does not burden the stomach.

Lack of time and sleep in Ramadan is also a problem, as our daily routines change with our working hours.

If the time is divided correctly, try to sleep after Isha and Taraweeh prayers, so that you can wake up easily at the time of Suhoor. There is very little time left for sehri because of sleeping late, so in this short time our sleep is not complete and our nature remains cumbersome.

Get enough sleep after Fajr prayers or in the afternoon, so that you can perform your routine better.

Housework can be done before Zuhr prayers. Then in the evening, along with Iftar, Sehri should be prepared and other members of the household should be assisted in preparing household chores and meals, so that only women are not burdened with work, ie all the members of the household should be together. Work hard, there will be more work in less time and there will be no shortage of time.

Otherwise the time constraint will remain.

In Ramadan, we must be humble in our behavior and crying. This month should not be made a source of selfishness and show, but for the sake of pleasing one’s Lord, one should make arrangements for the poor and needy to have sehri and iftar. We can find people in our neighborhood who deserve our attention and help.

Laborers and watchmen are also poor. Take special care of them in Ramadan and if possible arrange sehri and iftar for them and become deserving of paradise by getting the good news of your Lord.

Be sure to send iftar to your neighborhood as well. Arrange to send Iftar to as many houses in the neighborhood as you can afford. It is not necessary to send Iftar with much care.

Even two things are enough. Never wait for Iftar to come from them and we will send it too, this is selfish thinking. Send Iftar as much as possible. If your neighbor breaks your fast, accept it wholeheartedly, do not take it lightly, but keep in mind the sincerity of the giver who remembered you in his fast. Remember others too.

In this way, harmony and love will grow.

Ramadan is a month of training. This training is both spiritual and moral. The blessings of Ramadan can be utilized to the maximum if we are careful in our eating and drinking routines and spend as much time as possible in worship. Demonstrate good manners and help deserving people. Come on! We sincerely welcome Ramadan.