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Goodbye to the best month of the year

 Goodbye to the best month of the year
When the sun rises on the day of “Eid-al-Fitr” , it’s like all human beings have reached perfection in love. This day starts a new season in everyone’s life for worshipping God.Just open your eyes; then listen to the sermon “Oh God, God of greatness and glory …”
Here is difficult to talk about you.Here, small hands as big as their hearts,were toward heaven to pray at night or even in the hottest days of summer during Ramadan. Girls of this small land “Hamdam” fasted these dayswith their hearts filled with love of God. They wanted to find their God in their small hearts. I can still hear their whispers during different days of Ramadan; sixth day: “don’t leave me alone…” thirteenth day: “bring the rain…” eighteenth day: “bring brightness to my heart…” twenty-third day: “I want to be your best servant…” twenty-sixth day: “I just whisper to thou…”, and finally thirtieth day: “Please accept my thanks...”
Now the innocent eyes of our girls in “Hamdam” look forward to your affection in the best month of the year…
1. Eid-al-Fitr
“Eid-al-Fitr” is the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal. It marks the end of Ramadan, which is a month of fasting and prayer. Many Muslims attend communal prayers, listen to a khutba(sermon) and give zakat al-fitr (charity in the form of food) during Eid al-Fitr.
Ramadan is a special month of the year for over one billion Muslims throughout the world. It is a time for inner reflection, devotion to God, and self-control. Muslims think of it as a kind of tune-up for their spiritual lives. There are as many meanings of Ramadan as there are Muslims.
The third "pillar" or religious obligation of Islam, fasting has many special benefits. Among these, the most important is that it is a means of learning self-control. Due to the lack of preoccupation with the satisfaction of bodily appetites during the daylight hours of fasting, a measure of ascendancy is given to one's spiritual nature, which becomes a means of coming closer to God. Ramadan is also a time of intensive worship, reading of the Qur'an, giving charity, purifying one's behavior, and doing good deeds.
As a secondary goal, fasting is a way of experiencing hunger and developing sympathy for the less fortunate, and learning to thankfulness and appreciation for all of God's bounties. Fasting is also beneficial to the health and provides a break in the cycle of rigid habits or overindulgence.
 
Translated by: Raheleh Shariat 
 
Date : 7/5/2016 Share This News :    
 

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