Surprise a little girl with a lovely colorful dress for Eid, and watch as her smile grows from cheek to cheek and her eyes sparkle with excitement. Oh, how great it would feel to be the reason for the happiness of a little girl who has witnessed much hardship and struggle at her very young age, it's priceless!
While we are all eager to make our Ramadan productive, let’s learn one of the aspects with which the beloved Prophet (sa) made his Ramadan special; generosity! Read and find out some practical ways of being generous and inculcating this habit in our lives during and after Ramadan.
Fasting involves controlling what we say and do, along with our stomachs. It is normal to feel irritable or down when fasting for biological reasons. Being aware of these feelings will help us control ourselves. Self awareness is important for psychological well-being because it prevents us from acting in ways that we may regret. Self-control is a trait of mature and emotionally healthy people.
Even though we know all about the sacredness of the month of Ramadan and fasting, the question “Why should we prepare ourselves for Ramadan?” still remains unanswered in most of the cases. insha Allah in this article, let’s have a glance why we should prepare ourselves for Ramadan.