Ramadan is just around the corner, and this year, the holy month will surely be different because of the Covid19 pandemic that has put our lives in a new reality. The coronavirus pandemic means no iftar tents and sharing meals at mosques. Precautionary measures during tarawih prayers and hosting a large social gathering should be avoided.
The way we celebrate and connect this religious month will change, but the meaning of Ramadan remains the same in our hearts. Spiritual connection, tolerance and compassion are just a few of the values that strengthen the holy month of Ramadan.
Members of the same family living in the same house can share meals during iftar and devote their time together. This is also a precious time for a deep conversation about the true message of Ramadan.
MONTH OF GIVING
Ramadan is the month of giving, the best opportunity to express compassion and give a helping hand to those in need. You can distribute iftar meals and coordinate with charity associations, Zakat and other donations online.
SPIRIT OF GRATITUDE
Show your support and gratitude to your friends and family, you can never go wrong with a beautiful and elegant flower arrangement that will surely bring a smile to your loved ones’ faces.
It is significant to participate in Islamic religious practice. Reading Quran, participating in lectures and religious sessions can be now done virtually via smartphones.