Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. In the Christian calendar, described as 30/09/1442.
This whole month, Muslims worldwide do not eat or drink during the hours of sunrise and sunset. In the west, approximately 18-19 hours of no intake to your stomach. However, in the hot countries and particularly developing world the life is in a very awkward stage.
The absence of education has fueled the non-skilled workforce in most of the Islamic world, where you have to go through extreme conditions to survive and live an honourable life. From an academic perspective, it is a known fact that Muslims worldwide are suffering deep and wide. Steve is likely to be recruited compared to Muhammad in our civilised society or, say, the developed world. Imagine you are practising Islam and living the most underprivileged life under extreme conditions. The Magnificent Creator adds another burden on restricting the activities—for example, food intake.
Sleep is always disturbed in Ramadan for Muslims. In short, humid weather (in most Muslim world), hard labour (working for over 10 hours in extreme conditions), and that too fasting. In short, the month of Ramadan is a tough time of the year for working-class Muslims. But it is equally rewarding as there are many scientific explanations for what fasting does to your immune system and the body overall.
Quran 94:5 فَإِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا
Indeed, there is ease after hardship.
Eid is a perfect illustration of this pendulum.
Be the voice of reasoning.
Scientists will always avoid showing or sharing their spiritual journey because their reasoning is the science, not unknown forces. Nature and humanism is a religion practised by atheist’s scientist. Nature is not the enemy is a well-known fact. However, the question remains unanswered how friendly humans are to mother nature. While we are residing on the most friendly planet in our universe, remaining quiet is as difficult as stopping gravity.
The explanation of gravitational force is probably as unexplained as our spiritual journey; no one knows what happens after we die? The unknown is truly unknown.
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Discoveries are not accidental but the product of outstanding reasoning and observation. But, as a human, how can you make exceptional reasoning while observing mother nature? or at least your surroundings, or perhaps your livelihood.
In the ninth month of the business calendar, your business has done well or struggling—the pendulum of ease and hardship. But, perhaps, the journey between difficulty and comfort is a wonder and a pleasurable experience.
Continue to take humanistic, nature-friendly and spiritual decisions to balance your pendulum of ease and hardship. Nature is rewarding so is the Creator, be mindful of the underprivileged. Making the lives of other human beings is very much the purpose of your life.
Finally, be spiritually connected; if you live in a spiritual world, imagine everyone connected to the source. Then, all you need to do is to get more connections 😊 while not losing your signal.
May the spiritual Lord be on your side; be an explorer of reasoning, with logic and a structured approach. Just do not be quiet. Indeed, there is ease after hardship.
EID MUBARAK – Wajid Khan