I was fortunate enough that I got a complete month off to enjoy compulsory fasting at home, (And its making me mad that I have to re-join work by coming Monday). Although every year it irritates me to adopt a new schedule of eating/drinking, avoiding irrelevant stuff and following regularity of prayers but every time, its emotional to say goodbye to Ramadan.
Ramadan is ending again, after a month of abstinence, control and spiritual training now its time to appreciate and admire what you have done. Its a moment of joy, blushing faces of little kids, bright bangles in fragile wrists, dark hina glowing in fair palms along with laughter and smiles announces the annual celebration of Eid.
Eid ul Fitar, the annual holiday and global celebration commemorating the end of fasting month of Ramadan, although its not a lucky time for this country since flooding and other disasters had already ruined the peace of lives, but still passion for celebration and festivity of Eid is not any less, even people from different walks of life are willing to share their happiness with flood victims. Its important to mention here that Governor of Sindh himself managed to gather several students and volunteers in Governor house’s west lawn, to prepare Eid gift bags for all those unfortunate kids who just lost their houses and friends in natural disaster.
Anyways, I am excited about tomorrow’s thanks giving prayers, as per the forecast of weather department, this will be a rainy Eid here in Karachi which will put more fun and colour in the most awaited celebration of the year. Eid Mubarak ! Share hugs!