Ramadan, the special month in Islamic calendar that only come once a year.
It’s the month to count our blessing and be grateful than ever. I always looking forward to experience another fasting month every year.
So endure patiently with beautiful patience
Ramadan teach me how to be patience. If you know me well, I can be impatience most of the time depending on my surroundings. As Ramadan vibe is peaceful. Everyone are quiet and hungry but complacent.
But if you go to Ramadan Market, that could be the loudest place during Ramadan time. I’m also looking forward to go there and buy delicious tempting food. I can imagine those delicious Kebab in my mouth. Oh my! I have to stop. I’m fasting.
I am a Muslim. Not a perfect one, but one nonetheless. I can be good. I can be better, Insha Allah.
For the next 30 days, I don’t eat and drink from dust till dawn each day and try my best to be good. Better than I am.
If you see your friends, family or even strangers, start to wear Hijab or pray five times a day or do good things they never did, before Ramadan start. Let them be, we have not rights to judge them just because they’re trying to be better. We just have to pray and hope that the things they’re start to do will continue even after Ramadan ended. Cause Ramadan is what it is. A change.
I’ve discussed my thoughts on Ramadan for last year. Time fly so fast…
I still remember when I was a little girl, I asked my mother what’s the reason muslim people fast. “To know how it feel for the people out there, living without food and struggling to find food”,She answered. Growing up, I started to realize and noticed that not everyone live the life they wanted. They’re struggling to survived without food.
So I would like to present a website that provides food for those in need. It’s quite an easy game but can be addictive game. I been playing it years now ever since my English teacher introduce it to us. The rules of the game are simple, all you have to do is go to FREERICE.COM and in every answer you get right. They will donate 10 grains of rice through the world food programme. It’s easy as that.
I also think Ramadan as a time of rest for me. Hence, why StarvingForFashion will be on a short break for a week or two. Insha Allah, I will be back during school holiday. I’ve been really tired with school work and daily stuff to do. it sometimes stress me out a little. I’m talking a step back. Cause I know that’s the right thing to do.
Happy Ramadan Everyone!