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Nihada, Toronto - wrote on 8/3/2010 10:20:18 PM
Comment:Thank you for reminder, we will do, insha'Allah
Shereen, Boston - wrote on 8/3/2010 4:24:56 PM
Comment:You may consider taking vitamins. In the NW of USA Vitamin D is deficient along with Vit Bs. Get 20 min of direct sunlight a day and minimum 30 min of brisk walking a day. Check with doctor. Do a blood test for Vitamins. Can eat in a prudent budget and healthy. Local farmers markets offer weekly fresh vegetables and fruits rich in nutrients for lesser price. Drink water- you may filter tap water. STOP the soda and juices. Use alternative proteins from legumes and beans. Check for bovine products minus added hormones. Add cashew nuts to diet- prevents caries and also nutritious. Smile daily. Stop harshness be gentle. Insha Allah a blessed Ramadhan for all sisters & brothers all over the globe.
Aneh, Deys - wrote on 8/3/2010 2:13:45 PM
Comment:i absolutely agree - ramadan is not about feasting at suhoor & Iftar times - like most of us do - i hope we, muslims, mainly "desis' " can get out of this worse habit of show-off & competing against each other and understand the true meaning of ramadan. Ameen.
Sister Melissa Williams, Calhoun,GA - wrote on 8/3/2010 1:24:31 PM
Comment:Allaah’s Messenger(PBUH) say, “The worst
container a human being can fill is his stomach. A few morsels of food to keep a person’s back
straight are sufficient. However, if his desire overcomes him, then let him eat a third, drink a
third and leave a third for breathing.”
Khalid Shams, Toronto - wrote on 8/3/2010 9:38:18 AM
Comment:We preach fasting, and how it connects us to the poor. The method of a $1 day really will tie the thought process into action. Great article...I will put it on my son's (9 years old) reading assignment. Jazaakallah!
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