Here's How You Can Celebrate Ramadan During Quarantine
Ramadan is the time where traditionally we visit the mosque with fellow worshippers and create more bonding experience with our extended family gatherings over evening meals. Well, this year is going to be different! Billions of Muslim around the world are wondering how they will celebrate their religious and cultural practices. Although social distancing rules affect so many aspects of our Ramadan, the essence of the holy month will remain the same. Here are five different ways for you to celebrate Ramadan during isolation:
Ramadan is literally the month of the Quran, this is the best opportunity where you can sit back and focus on reading the Quran. The fact that you will be at home most of the time, create a perfect moment for you to not get any distraction from the outside world. The stay-home orders and isolation will force you to use this gift of time to reflect more on your actions, intentions, and relationships with God.
Don’t miss out on the voluntary Taraweeh prayer! Maintain the spiritual aspect of Ramadan by holding prayers at home with your family members. This is a perfect moment for you to bond with your family in the presence of Allah. Moreover, you can use your time to stream prayers and sermons and fill your family’s living rooms with inspirational messages.
Let’s spark your Ngabuburit moment with some fun activities! From having an intense skincare routine to learn different recipes for a perfect Iftar meal. From having a light workout routine to watching fun shows with your family to ease up the day.
Connect with family. The holy month is an opportunity to reconnect with relatives and even if you can’t see them face to face, you can still use technology to strengthen those bonds. Another great thing to do is to Iftar with all of your friends at the same time. With video chat, isolation can’t stop you from having an Iftar e-gathering with your friends..
Don’t panic about fasting. Some people may be feeling more nervous about fasting this year, worrying it may make them more susceptible to the virus. The fact is, when you fast it boosts your immune system.
So now, we’re entering the month of Ramadan. Let’s get excited and get creative!
Posted on 04/28/2020 by Home 0 139
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