Happiness and sadness do connect

How is this possible?

It is at the end of a special month that these two concepts even though contradictory they do meet from time to time. Muslims feel dismayed at the end of Ramadan, the blessed month of mercy for the sense of tranquility and peacefulness lessens and you feel it is slipping away from you as its days go by. It is like a very dear relative or friend that you havenโ€™t seen for a long time and needs to go. Though even at its end you may be unhappy that it needs to go you are happy it came and you celebrate it. This is when happiness cuts it way through Eid. Naturally, Eid is the most joyous for children: going out to play, fireworks, playgrounds, amusement parks, lots and lots of sweets, and ehm some money from parents and relatives ๐Ÿ˜€ No I donโ€™t want to return to childhood (O_O) but they are happy, warm memories that flare up at this time of year. So may Allah SWT accept all your goodย deeds during this month and may we live through various more Ramadans, ameen.

Eib fitr Mubarak!!!

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9 thoughts on “Happiness and sadness do connect

  1. You’re right, ramadhaan went so fast and there’s that sadness in the air, what if we don’t get to see it again?
    May the Almighty accept our fasts and ibadah and continue to shower His countless blessings upon us all.
    Ameen.
    May your Eid day be filled with lots of smiles, laughter and money ;]
    Have a good one!

    PS: That looks YUM! ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Was just about to visit you!

    “May your Eid day be filled with lots of smiles, laughter and money”

    Haha ameen to you too ๐Ÿ˜€

    Thanks, that’s halewet al jiben (cheese sweet) favorite Ramadan sweet

  3. After mentioning all the awesome things kids get to do, you say you don’t want to return to childhood?! Crazy! ๐Ÿ˜›

    Kul 3am wa anti bi khair, sis! โค

  4. Assalamu Alaikum,
    You’ve got a great blog here, how did I miss it?! ๐Ÿ˜€ When praying Taraweeh last night I felt a deep sense of sadness when I remembered that the next time I pray it ,it would be next year. But like you said sadness connects with happiness here bec I am really looking forward to Eid for all the things you mentioned in your post. tc hope you have a great Eid too [is it today for you?]

  5. Joud:

    Lol unfortunately those just happen for a few days and the other ones you remain a child ๐Ÿ˜€ w enteh bikheir habibteh.

    Alisha:

    Thank you! Oddly enough I haven’t passed on your blog either so it is great you stopped here! ๐Ÿ˜€

    Yup, alhamdulilah it was today. tc!

    Ajla:

    Thanks dear, and to you too sis!

    Ah an old lady asking a stupid question what does โค mean? ๐Ÿ˜€

      1. A heart! ๐Ÿ˜† I would have never guessed that yes it does look closer to an ice-cream than a heart. I have so much to learn ๐Ÿ˜€

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