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Ramadan 2013 is on Wednesday, July 10, 2013!

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 08:30 PM

QUOTE (Sleepy187. @ Wednesday, Jul 10 2013, 13:57)

To give you a list of who can fast and who can not:

Who can:
• Who is physically able.
• Who can actually do it.

Who can't:
• Pregnant women
• Breast feeding women.
• Elder people who can't.
• Kids under 12-13 years old.
• People who need to take medicine.
• People who travel more than ~30kms.

Get your facts straight please.

I'm p sure girls aren't supposed to fast on their periods as well. Not sure if it's true, though.

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 09:04 PM

QUOTE (blitz @ Wednesday, Jul 10 2013, 23:30)
QUOTE (Sleepy187. @ Wednesday, Jul 10 2013, 13:57)

To give you a list of who can fast and who can not:

Who can:
• Who is physically able.
• Who can actually do it.

Who can't:
• Pregnant women
• Breast feeding women.
• Elder people who can't.
• Kids under 12-13 years old.
• People who need to take medicine.
• People who travel more than ~30kms.

Get your facts straight please.

I'm p sure girls aren't supposed to fast on their periods as well. Not sure if it's true, though.

Yep, you're right on that one too!

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 01:14 AM

Came back from work and finally ate BOWLS of halim. I feel so full right now. I've never felt so satisfied in my life before (okay, that's kind of an understatement, but I'm just really glad I've finally eaten).

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Posted 13 July 2013 - 08:19 AM

Why is it that when I reach Iftari time, after 18 hours of hunger, I don't eat much. Even if I'm completely starving.

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Posted 13 July 2013 - 06:11 PM

QUOTE (theomenofficial @ Saturday, Jul 13 2013, 08:19)
Why is it that when I reach Iftari time, after 18 hours of hunger, I don't eat much. Even if I'm completely starving.


Same, I think our stomach is used to it after fastening for 5days smile.gif

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Posted 13 July 2013 - 10:28 PM

QUOTE (theomenofficial @ Saturday, Jul 13 2013, 08:19)
Why is it that when I reach Iftari time, after 18 hours of hunger, I don't eat much. Even if I'm completely starving.

Feeling the same way brother. Not exactly feeling like I need to gorge myself, even after starving all day.

Hardest part is taking a break from one of Allah's most beautiful creations-- Mary Jane. Haha, so tough, especially for a stoner like myself. But I'm doing it. Holding strong, because it's worth it.

And tell me, friends, if you echo any of my sentiments. Doesn't Ramadan make you think? What if, at the end of our days, we didn't have the promise of food or water, like so many poor brothers and sisters around the world? Definitely including them in my prayers.

I'm a big white guy, raised Catholic. This is my first fast. Been feeling distant from the Lord, due to some...turbulence in my life, so I figured Ramadan might help me get closer. It's working for sure. Regardless of your race, religion, beliefs, sexual orientation, we are all loved. I can feel that. And I believe we all can, if we try hard enough.

Well, shucks, look, I'm ramblin' again. Have a blessed Ramadan GTAF.

Bismillah, ah-rahmin, ah-rahim.

Edit: Grammar.




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