“To the widow who is experiencing her first Ramadaan alone. I know the pain stabs at your heart as you remember the last Ramadaan that past. The memories and love of those beautiful years spent together will always be in your heart. You will remember him at every Suhoor and every Iftaar, you will remember him with every bite of food you eat as you recall his favourites. You will remember him in his Kurta getting ready to leave for taraweeh. You will always remember him until Allah reunites you with him in the gardens of Jannah. May Allah grant you ease and peace. Aameen.
To the orphan experiencing the first Ramadan without your parents. You’re still feeling shocked right? You remembered how sweet sahuur was with them and how cool iftaar. You remembered your parents advice and promises during Ramadan. Remember Allah Ta’ala is your Sole Protector and Comforter. Pray for your parents a lot and live the lifestyle they wished for you.
To the sister who is experiencing her first Ramadaan after nikkah. I know you are nervous and you want to make sure your loving husband and his family are pleased with you so you try to do your best to accommodate and make everybody comfortable even though you feel a little ‘out of place’ or nervous. Remember Allah has blessed you with a house which you will make a home and a wonderful husband who acknowledges your efforts and is grateful to Allah for you. May Allah grant you warmth, acceptance, unity, peace, love, barakaah and happiness within your marriage and your home. Aameen .
To the sister who was recently divorced. This will be a very difficult first Ramadaan after your divorce. You may still be angry, disturbed and hurt yet you will heal. This month will heal your body, mind and soul. Allah will bless you with peace and happiness again. The sun will shine once again giving you hope, warmth and light in your life. Be strong and soldier on. May Allah grant you ease, happiness, hope and strength. Aameen.
To those people who are burdened by huge debts, to those people who are in financial crisis and to those people who are sleeping on the cold pavements this Ramadaan. Remember Allah tests those he loves the most, you may have nothing in this world but everything in the hereafter. May Allah grant you barakah, ease, peace and mercy. Aameen .
To all those brothers and sisters who are sick and ailing this Ramadaan. May Allah grant you complete shifa of the body, mind and soul. May all your sins be washed away with every pain you suffer. Aameen .
To the world this Ramadhan, remember all your brothers, sisters and the entire Ummah as you raise your hands,cry and make dua. Remember to be kind, generous and caring to your family as well as those you meet for you know not of the internal battles they fight. May Allah grant you happiness, peace, barakaah and mercy in this blessed month of Ramadaan and for the rest of your life in this world and the hereafter.”
RAMADHAN MUBARAK 💕