time flies when ur not eating!

17 Aug

it seems that Ramadan has just flown by!

its day 17 today! and it feels like 4 days ago that Ramadan started! its just FLOWN!

at the same time! Ramadan seems to be a really easy routine to get into! i think its a very lazy time of the year for some of us – that’s why because we’re not doing a lot of significant activities – we just kind of – feel its flown by and settled into it so easily. Does anyone get what I mean?

For me the hardest is the water – i constantly need to be drinking water – and nowadays i feel a bit dehydrated due to the lack of it!

so i have a prediction – that Ramadan will fall on the 29th of August!

what do you guys think?

 

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6 Responses to “time flies when ur not eating!”

  1. fatimahussain92 August 18, 2011 at 2:58 pm #

    For any one starting to read the Quran or interested in learning more about Quran, this lecture provides the perfect platform for them. Another rarely translated word Al-Quran literally means “The Reading”. It answers through the verses of the Quran frequently asked questions and concerns people have, such as the purpose and function of Quran, and how this book should be approached and understood.

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  2. Mona August 18, 2011 at 2:52 pm #

    I don’t fast and therefore, Ramadan is the longest, most boring and most hypocritical month of the year

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  3. fatimahussain92 August 17, 2011 at 3:38 pm #

    http://www.iipctv.com/lectures/urdu/emaan-ki-simt/94-saum-fasting
    This is an extremely important lecture for Muslims who want to govern their lives in accordance with the Quran. Most Muslims know only one type of fasting which is observed during the month of Ramadan, while this lecture will point out various other types of fasting mentioned in the Quran (in addition to what we observe in Ramadan) and also the various reasons behind the different types of fasts, which ultimately increases our consciousness for Allah. This is a must watch as these other types of fast are also ordained by Allah which we are not told about as we are growing up, hence we are leaving a major practice that we as Muslims are suppose to do.

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    • Cheeky August 18, 2011 at 2:01 pm #

      wow!
      i’ll have a look at this when i get home!
      but thanks :)
      i’m interested in understanding :)

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  4. Moody August 17, 2011 at 12:25 pm #

    am sorry am not gonna agree with you! the first week of ramadan was easy and fast, then it started to get slower. Its not about food or water, its about sleeping and the whole routine and time changing. I want it to end soon so if you say 29th then i hope so.

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    • Cheeky August 18, 2011 at 2:02 pm #

      heheheh!!!
      almost done with ittt!!!!!!!!!
      Onlyyyyy 11 dayyyyyyyyyysss!!!!!!!! D
      woooo hoooooooo

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