Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Day 20 of Ramadan

Today marks the last 10 days of Ramadan. This is where Muslims will try to do more actions of worship than any time of the year. Lailatul Qadr "Night of Power" is said to happen sometime during the last 10 days. The significance of Lailatul Qadr is when our prophet Muhammad received the first revelation of the Qur'an. The Qur'an calls Lailatul Qadr "better than one thousand months."

I am so used to fasting that I don't see it as a burden. To me, it is a way of life. I incorporate into my life. It does not separate.

Some of my relatives had dinner at my parents' home (yes, I did as well *smile*). It is awesome to eat with a group. The more, the merrier, so cliche, I know--but very true.

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