The only way we can truly make the space necessary for spiritual development this Ramadan is by freeing up our schedule. Dropping the unnecessary and curbing or rescheduling the necessary are among the best ways to to do that. Here are some ideas.
COVID- 19 and its impact on our normal lives now and post COVID are, and will be difficult and at times overwhelming. We may experience, emotional fatigue, anxiety, financial restraints and a feeling of overwhelming dread. Please remember these are normal responses to crisis and uncertainty.
With Ramadan’s first 10 days over, many of us have established a routine and adjusted physically and mentally to the new schedule. Now is the time to ask if our habits and schedule are giving us the spiritual rewards we need to excel in Ramadan. Here are a few questions to ask:
While Ramadan in quarantine has forced us to curb many of our outside activities, the temptation now is to think we will easily be using our time to reach our Ramadan objectives of spiritual empowerment and improvement.
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