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 haven’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 😀 No I don’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 good deeds during this month and may we live through various more Ramadans, ameen.
Eib fitr Mubarak!!!