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Muhammad Belal, Melbourne - wrote on 8/3/2011 7:13:54 PM
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Comment:JazakALLAH Khair for this very useful advice, may ALLAH SWT reward you. It is so true that many of us (myself on top of the list) enjoys too much food of great variety at iftaar time. I even choke & when I pray maghrib I can die if I stay too long in sujood (seriously). All from too much eating. Incha ALLAH I will try the $1 a day Ramadan with my wife and children. Just one comment though, here in Melbourne meat is cheaper than veggies (don't ask me why cause I don't know). Salaams Belal


Aisha, NY - wrote on 8/1/2011 10:23:11 PM
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Comment:Jazakallah khair, Brother, for sharing this motivating idea with us. It's true that it's not something everyone can do, but I feel it's definitely something we should aspire to. At least for Ramadaan. I loved the point that the feast is supposed to be on Eid, not at the end of each fast. Subhanallah. Very well said. May Allah bless you. Ameen


Aisha, NY - wrote on 8/1/2011 10:22:17 PM
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Comment:Jazakallah khair, Brother, for sharing this motivating idea with us. It's true that it's not something everyone can do, but I feel it's definitely something we should aspire to. At least for Ramadaan. I loved the point that the feast is supposed to be on Eid, not at the end of each fast. Subhanallah. Very well said. May Allah bless you. Ameen


Hatidza, - wrote on 8/1/2011 10:09:38 AM
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Comment:There is no need to go into extremism in anything we do. Eating, as everything else, should be done in moderation. Frankly, if I followed your advice for two days, I will be so weak that I wouldn't be able to get out of bed. How would I be able to go to work then, and spend the all day there? I don't think that's the purpose of fasting, or is that something that Muslims are asked to do. Let's be realistic here and say that we should watch how much we spend on food, and that we should think of other people in the world who are starving, and think of the ways to help them.


Hamida, Belfast - wrote on 8/12/2010 5:00:47 PM
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Comment:Mashala allah reward your every effort and good intentions:) Your right ramadan has turned into a feast for many people and defeating the objective! The dollar a day plan souns good, I think it would work more for a person living alone, but if a family manages to all agree on consuming less then wow. The only thing I wouldn't recomend is just eating one date for suhur as you said you did, because for many muslims the body would become weak during fasting, and we need more callories, so for a dollar a day suhur maybe a bowl of cornflakes with milk and a few dates, or a bowl of porrage, the best thing is moderation not extremism in any direction, don't nearly starve and don't feast. allahu akbar knows best Salamu alaikum:)


David Akbar, Chicago - wrote on 8/11/2010 9:58:24 AM
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Comment:Your article shows us that just because we are far in time from our Prophet's sunnah (PBUH), we do not have to be far from experiencing its practice and spiritual benefits. You inspire us with practical advice to recapture the spirit of Ramadhan and Islam when too often today we allow the world around us to dilute the strength of our traditions. Jazakullah kheiran.


Yemi Jimoh, Port Harcourt - wrote on 8/11/2010 9:36:04 AM
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Comment:I think it is a must read for every conscious Muslim, we need to reconnect with the Islam of the Prophet, not the self stlyled Islam we preach today. May Allah reward you abundantly.


ROHEEM SALAU, LAGOS - wrote on 8/5/2010 10:38:26 PM
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Comment:MAY ALMIGHTY ALLAH BLESS U


Ather A Quader, rochester hills michigan - wrote on 8/5/2010 5:41:25 AM
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Comment:Great ideas for dollar a day menu. A blessed Ramadan to all.


Maryam F., Raleigh, NC - wrote on 8/4/2010 3:06:51 PM
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Comment:Maa shaa Allaah! Great advice, Br. Abdul Malik. May we all be able to implement it, seeking Allaah's pleasure alone.


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