Ramadan Essay

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  • Ramadan Facts

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    Points about Ramadan There are many important things to understand when fasting during the holy month of Ramadan to be able to take the maximum benefit from the wisdom and teachings we may gain during this blessed month. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) stated that – Don’t the day of fasting be the same as the day you don’t fast. He was talking about our behaviour and our attitude differences when fasting and when not fasting. I will now expand on 10 points on why we fast during the month of Ramadan: 1. Gaining

  • The Meaning Of Ramadan

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    The meaning of Ramadan is a holy month of fasting in the Islamic religion. The importance of this month is one of the five most fundamentals principles of Islam. Throughout this month, each day, Muslims do not eat or drink from sunrise to sunset, instead they have clear minds and thoughts. They try and cleanse themselves in spirit and then at the end of the month celebrate their fasting with family and friends. They have a three day festival called Eid al-Fitr. Ramadan occurs in the ninth month of

  • The Magnitude of Ramadan Essay

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    is His messenger. Next, a Muslim has the duty to pray five times each day, which is considered to be a direct link between him and Allah. Third, a Muslim must distribute alms and help the needy. Fourth, a Muslim is responsible to keep the Fast of Ramadan. Lastly, a Muslim is obligated to make a pilgrimage to Mecca in his lifetime. Most non- Islamic people do not know why these pillars are so important to the Islamic religion. One of the most questioned, is the fourth pillar, since fasting symbolizes

  • Prepare For Ramadan Essay

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    Prepare for Ramadan by Sohelee Tahmina The regular days of our lives are keeping us too busy to have some time for ourselves. We are always on the run and never caring about what we are actually gaining from running at such a speed and restlessness. And then, there’s Ramadan. The one month we have to alter all our routine of everyday life. But again, we forget about our most important asset in life- our body. Allah has sent us with a perfectly functioning body and we ruin it without even thinking

  • Narrative Experience In Ramadan

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    their fast soon. I was invited by my course mates to experience Bazaar Ramadan. A thought of Jalan Masjid India and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman Bazaar Ramadan came to my mind. Thus, I suggested to bring along my friends from Penang to witness the exciting and fun-filled circumstances from the bazaar of Kuala Lumpur. I can hardly remember when I was still a kid, my father was mine of information about the history of Ramadan. This is because he lived in a Malay village during his childhood time

  • The Blessed Month Of Ramadan

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    The blessed month of Ramadan, the time when almost 2 billion muslims around the world are fasting and attempting to do extra good. Fasting was obligated two years after the muslims migrated to Medina from Mecca. In Mecca, the economic conditions for the muslims were bad, they were being persecuted, and often would go days without food or water. It was already difficult enough for them to find food, it wouldn 't be possible for them to abstain from something they were in extreme need off. After they

  • Narrative Experience Of Ramadan

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    their fast soon. I was invited by my course mates to experience Bazaar Ramadan. A thought of Jalan Masjid India and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman Bazaar Ramadan came to my mind. Thus, I suggested bringing along my friends from Penang to witness the exciting and fun-filled circumstances from the bazaar of Kuala Lumpur. I could hardly remember when I was still a kid, my father was mine of information about the history of Ramadan. This is because he lived in a Malay village during his childhood time

  • Comparison Of Fasting At Ramadan

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    annual celebration came stubbornly slow. Night after night I would gaze out the window, convinced that the moon was selfishly refusing to change its face. Although a way of expressing gratitude towards God, I found my first attempt of fasting at Ramadan unbearable. Just last night, convinced that Shawwal had finally arrived, I had rushed to find Baba in the hope that soon we would be able to break the fast. *** “Baba! Look! It’s finally the new moon”, I shouted, rushing through the house to find

  • My First Ramadan Experience

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    My First Ramadan Experience “Greetings! We inform you that the Ramadan moon sighting wait has ended and the first fast for the following countries will take place in a couple of hours...”, exclaimed the newscaster. The news report was continuing to inform listeners of the differing dates for the start of the holy month. I questioned eagerly, “Mom, can I please fast?” I’m nine years old now. “Honey, fasting is a day-long commitment

  • The Mealtimes In Ramadan

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    Ramadan has come once again, a time when Muslims engage in spiritual reflection by fasting from dawn till sunset consuming neither food nor water for a month. In a fasting state, the body uses up stored carbohydrates first and once that runs out, fat becomes the next source of energy (British Nutrition Foundation, 2017). During fasting, a detoxification effect seems to take place as the body dissolves and removes any toxins stored in the body’s fat. After a few days of fasting, certain hormones such

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