Ramadan Islamic Holy Day
When is Ramadan? Date Varies. March 23, 2023; March 11, 2024; March 1, 2025; February 18, 2026
Ramadan is a time of fasting, worship, and renewal of family ties. Fasting lasts the entire month and Muslims cannot eat during daylight hours. Fasting is done to show devotion to god. On the last day of Ramadan, it ends with the sighting of the moon. A Muslim friend of mine says people in high-rise apartments have the advantage, as they see the moon first.
How to Celebrate Ramadan
This day is spent in fasting a prayer.
Thought for Today
“Don’t be a servant of Ramadan. Be a servant of ALLAH, be consistent.” Author Unknown
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