Ramadan in lockdown. How panicking they were? We were confined to prayers at home. No public gatherings. Mask always on. Sanitizing hands after every touch. Washing hands frequently. Avoiding people. Quarantine centres. Rush at hospitals and what not.emember, we spent 2 consecutive
The pandemic stayed for more than 2 years. A lot of people lost their lives during Covid19. People were left at the mercy of charitable NGOs in Pakistan. It was a tough period.
Since Pakistanis are a charitable nation, they never left their fellow brothers and tried their best to help each other. Everyone including adults and children prayed for its end.
And finally, we are now having a Covid free Ramadan 2022.
Before we enter this month, I want you to take 5 minutes out of your hectic schedule and thank Allah for this blessing. When we were in Covid, it seemed like it was never going to end and the news put us in depression. Those who survived the viral disease weren’t able to survive depression, financial crisis, job instability, and lack of empathy in the tough times.
So, if you’re reading this, Allah has given you the opportunity in the form of Ramadan 2022. Take a few minutes to thank the Almighty and pray that diseases like Covid never come again. It was an eye-opener.
Since Ramadan is the month of blessings, I also want you to make the most of it and don’t spend your time in activities that waste your time or hurt others.
If someone has just started praying, don’t judge them. Instead, help them to be on the right path. Read good books to understand religion and what Allah wants from us.
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Nobody knows if we will enter Ramadan 2023 or not. So, utilize this time to the maximum and collect good deeds as much as you can.
It’s really Now or Never!
A very Happy Ramadan 2022 to everyone reading this 🙂
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