Asalam Alaikum, Hello All I am a Muslim women living in MN, USA(don't ask what kind of Muslim, I don't carry labels, I am a Muslim. PERIOD!!). I reverted to Islam in 2002 from Christianity, and have been growing in this beautiful religion ever sense. I am married to an Egyptian man and we have three beautiful boys. Ali is 6, Omar is 5 and Yusuf is the baby. After Allah and the Prophet(sallaAllahu alayhe wa sallam)my family is most important to me. I am a stay at home mom, and I love every minute of it(most the time lol). You will find that I am a little on the silly side(some say crazy lol), but still down to earth. I am very strong in my beliefs and am not afraid to share my opinions, but I try not to be rude or hurtful to anyone. If you feel I have been rude to you, I can assure you it was not intentional. I have a blog if anyone is interested. http://ummali03.multiply.com/ I spend most my time in the Ramadan section but roam around to other sections when I can.
- 10 AnswersRamadan9 years ago
or do they try and tempt you to eat(purposely or not). How do you handle it?
make you appreciative of what you have and feel for the hungry and poor.
make you count the time to iftar.
make you feel closer to Allah.
or?4 AnswersRamadan9 years ago
Many think of fasting, and yes that's a big part of it, but it's not the only thing that Ramadan is about. Allah knows best13 AnswersRamadan9 years ago
I am a revert to Islam, took my shahadah when I was 21, so my first fast was then. But if you were raised Muslim, how old were you when you fasted the whole month? My two oldest are 6 and 7 and I will let them fast as long as they want, probably not the whole day as it's to long, but I want to let them try if they want. Most important is they understand what Ramadan is about, fasting is just a part of it :)
Allah knows best10 AnswersRamadan9 years ago
I see many who complete it more then once mashaAllah. I have only been able to complete it once in the month, but this year I hope to try and complete it twice. But I don't want to be one that reads with out taking it in, that is more important after all.
Allah knows best2 AnswersRamadan9 years ago
I checked to make sure my email is right and that I have the preferences set right, but I still don't receive them from Y!A. I did just change me email and I did the email verification to. Even been checking my junk email, no sign of them. Any clue??1 AnswerYahoo Answers9 years ago
If you pray it at home, do you pray it by yourself or with family?6 AnswersRamadan9 years ago
The best advise I can give is when it gets hard, remember what you are doing it for in the first place.
- 3 AnswersOther - Education9 years ago