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Eid Mubarak to All! a simple message on this glorious day...

By hadji_luv

I just wanted to take a moment and wish everyone Eid Mubarak! And to also take this moment to reflect on how beautiful this day is and why it?s so important to Muslims and appreciate it?s utter uniqueness. Eid means recurring happiness or festivity. The day after the month of Ramadan, the first day of Shawwal, after 30 days of absolute fasting, where we as followers of Allah have shown our fortitude and conviction thru sacrifice. And this day signifies the Love that we possessed when we sacrificed during this month of Ramadan. And this day is our reward on an annual, recurring basis, where we are rewarded for our Love and where our Love should continue to blossom and spread not only towards Allah but towards everyone. God knows we need more Love in this world right now. So it is a day where feelings of Happiness and Festivity should run rampant. Share this joy and happiness with everyone around you and cherish the life you have and the life you live. Spread feelings of hope as you go thru your day. Let people get a glimpse of your beautiful soul. We need as much of this as possible. We live in troubled times and in fear of what lies ahead, but what we do today and what we have done to strengthen ourselves over the past month can and will insha?allah make a difference. Lets build solidarity and Love one another and lets find our unified voice so that we can truly be proud to call ourselves Muslims. Let?s pray for Peace in the world, Lets pray for peace in the Middle East, Let?s pray for an end to senseless violence across the world, Let?s pray for each other. May God Bless You All.

And here are things you can do on Eid.

1. To adorn oneself as permitted by Shari'at.

2. To take a bath.

3. To clean the teeth with Miswaak.

4. To wear the best cloths that one has.

5. To use perfume.

6. To rise early in the morning.

7. To go to the Eid Gaah very early.

8. To eat something sweet like dates before going to the Eid Gaah.

9. To give Sadqa-e-Fitr before going to Eid Gaah.

10. To offer Eid prayer in the Eid Gaah, that is not to offer it in the mosque of the locality 11. without any legitimate excuse.

12. To go to the Eid Gaah by one way and to come back another way.

13. To go on foot.

14. To recite slowly on the way to the Eid Gaah,

?Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Laa ilaaha illallahu Wallahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Wa lillahil Hamd."

"Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest. There is no deity besides Allah and Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest and all praises are for Allah only."

   Comments: 3     Raters: 1     November 13, 2004 at 11:36pm         


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MissDixon (November 27, 2004 at 6:47pm)
I tried to send you a message, however, naseeb apparently limits messages that one can send in one day. WTF?? Anyway, I wanted to ask your opinion of the NCLB Act. I am a teacher and I saw that you created a film regarding this. Tell me your opinions. ~Nia
Kaks (November 15, 2004 at 9:05am)
taugi (November 14, 2004 at 5:27am)
eid mubarak