How to manage modern life while observing Ramadan?

S Venkateshwari
How to manage modern life while observing Ramadan?

We are looking forward to the spiritual month of celebration, giving back, community, and peace that is approaching, which is Ramadan. It's that time of year again, when everyone are happy and the streets are decorated. Muslims observe a fast from sunrise to sunset throughout the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which is known as Ramadan. They eat suhur, a pre-dawn meal, and then break their fast, known as iftar, with dates and water after dusk. In Saudi Arabia, the crescent moon sighting marks the beginning and conclusion of Ramadan.

Muslims perform community work throughout this one-month period. The month of Ramadan is a great time to deepen your spiritually and offer fervent, focused prayers. It is crucial at this time to strike a balance between spirituality and contemporary living.

Advice on how to reconcile modern life and spirituality:

Put your phone away: We occasionally look through our phones aimlessly for hours at a time with no real purpose. It's crucial to put your phone away during Ramadan and instead focus on spending time with your loved ones, family, and the comfort of community.

Learn something new: mysteries abound in the cosmos, which is created entirely by God. We can study something new and discover new people and customs during this month-long period. This will astound us and teach us to accept and love individuals for who they are.

Fusion recipes: Junk food is a big part of modern life. One of the recommendations made in a statement by the World health Organization during Ramadan is to stay away from junk food and fried foods. We can create healthy fusion foods that taste just as good as junk food. Deepening your bonds and attachments can be achieved by spending a day in the kitchen with your loved ones.

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