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Are You Fasting This Ramadan 2012?

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  1. 1. Are you fasting this Ramadan?

    • Yes, Of Course, Insha'Allah
      9
    • Yes, but can not fast the whole month (No gender-specific Islamic rule applies here)
      0
    • No, due to a valid excuse
      0
    • No, will try from next year Insha'Allah
      0
  2. 2. How many days are you dedicating for fasting in the name of Allah (SWT)?

    • 0
      0
    • 1-5 (No gender-specific Islamic rule applies here)
      0
    • 6-10 (No gender-specific Islamic rule applies here)
      0
    • 11-15 (No gender-specific Islamic rule applies here)
      0
    • 16-20 (No gender-specific Islamic rule applies here)
      0
    • 21-25 (No gender-specific Islamic rule applies here)
      0
    • 25-30 or Complete month as per Islam.
      9


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wa alyko alsalam, brother Saracen21stC

 

i know it's in every Moslem's intention for a future work....while still i feel like, "insha'a Allah" is needed to be added to the first selection, yes, of course

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Actually I find it hard to expect any Muslim to plan or have the intention for fasting anything less than the whole month of ramadan (unless of course someone is sick or traveling)

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Very happy so far. The second one was a bit tougher than the first one. But all is going well for now. :-)

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The third one has been very good.

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Hot day makes it a bit difficult. Praying that it rains....

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salaam alaiykum,

 

I know what you mean brother. Living in Dixie I have been praying for rain several times, yet to see it. mesh'Allah

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Thanks for the reply, and participating in the poll.

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Other than being sick with a stomach virus the past two days, it has gone well so far. Insha'Allah it continues and I can keep moving forward.

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Other than being sick with a stomach virus the past two days, it has gone well so far. Insha'Allah it continues and I can keep moving forward.

 

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May Allah make it easy for you, sister. <3

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Overall, it's getting easier day by day. Today I am very happy. :-)

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The Iftar was soooooo good. ;D

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I can feel the excitement of Eid even though it's a few days away.

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salaam alaiykum,

 

Ramadan is edging ever closer to an end. I broke fast twice but much has been learned by me in this my first Ramadan. I have learned patience, kindness and understanding for others. I am not the angry person I was before this all started and I am also a lot humbler ( which I do not think would have happened if I would not have broken fast as it would have been a source of pride ). Of course, I will be making these days up. It is amazing to think that something as simple as fasting could have such a dramatic change in a person. hamd'Allah

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I have also learned to control desires and the roots of desire. I have learned to place the will of Allah (swt) before the desires of my body as he knows best for us and only through his will can we ever find true happiness both in this life & the next.

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