Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims, and the first day of Ramadan is a significant event. It is a time for reflection, prayer, and delivering oneself from sin. Observing Ramadan is one of the most rewarding acts of worship (ibadah).
To make the most of the blessed month, here are four things you should do on the first day of Ramadan:
1. Overcome your fears about dry fasting and keep your intention to please Allah (SWT)
2. Observe fasting by abstaining from food, drink, and sexual relations from before the first light.
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3. Celebrate the end of the day’s fast with a boom of the iftar cannon.
4. Take your healthy eating to the next level by detoxing the mind, spirit, and body.
During Ramadan, Muslims are required to fast on each of the 29 to 30 days of Ramadan. Fasting generally entails abstaining from food, drink, and sexual relations from before the first light of dawn until the setting of the sun. Muslims also perform the night prayer
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