I hope this month is truly the blessing for us all that it should be, and that we all make the month of this special months, samosas and all. Here’s to a month of asking for prayers to be answered, sins to be forgiven, and guidance to the right path. And as we experience hunger, thirst, heat and lack of energy, it is a good time to remember our brothers and sisters across the globe for whom this is a daily struggle.
I really enjoyed the Journal Your Ramadan challenge last year, but I don’t think I will be managing to blog throughout this month, and didn’t want to spend too much time behind the computer in this month, which flies by so quickly. I will be posting about my Ramadan though, so don’t worry, there’ll be plenty of random posts which should be interesting!
I also like this blogger’s take on how we can blog, and also the different challenges we can set ourselves, definitely ones which are more productive in the short term of Ramadan as well as the long term.
So Ramdan Mubarak and Ramadan Kareem all, hope this is the start of a beautiful month.