Eid Al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan. It is well known in the muslim community as the festival of "Breaking the fast". Millions of muslims around the world gather with their friends and family to attend morning prayers, give donations to charity and having feasts! While Eid is the celebration of god "Allah", it is also an opportunity to reflect on Ramadan and all of the wonderful aspects of our lives that we are blessed to have. A few of them are as follows:
Gratitude for food:
Abstaining from eating and drinking during Ramadan is a good reminder on how lucky we are to have the choice to eat and drink. During Eid, families go out of their way to exchange food, go to big markets, and provide to those less fortunate. Eid is a 3 day celebration for the blessings of everyday life!
Gratitude for Health:
To muslims, eid is giving thanks to Allah for giving them the strength to fast and being able to practive resilience and self control. In everyday life, health can be taken for granted, Ramadan for many is a reminder for one to take care of themselves!
Gratitude for Family:
Like Many festive occasions, Eid is celebrated by spending time with family and friends. Today, we live in a fast paced society where we are constantly consumed by work and everyday responsibilities. During Eid, Muslims are encouraged to be joyful and to come together as a community!
The Iris and Evelyn team wish all those celebrating a very Eid Mubarak! \
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