Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Wishes coming true

Product DetailsThis is the last week of the month of Ramadan.  Muslims throughout the world fast every day for a whole month from sunrise to sunset. We give food and clothes and money to the needy and to family and friends.  We believe that our wishes come true.  When we were children my siblings and I asked for simple things like toys, books, and fancy clothes and shoes. As I grew up and understood what life is all about, my wishes became complicated. Most of my adult friends said that they don't wish for too many things for themselves either. The good thing is that this Ramadan a couple of my wishes came true. I have always wished that human beings should be free from slavery and this month there is one less sign of slavery.  I have always wished that our prophet be respected by people of other faiths too because we respect other religions and prophets of other faiths as well. This month as I was surfing the internet I came across two Hindu singers who sang in the praise of our prophet with love and respect that can be heard in their voices and in the melody itself. 

 Like Yvette Nicole Brown reminded me I learned that our wishes do come true eventually.


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21 comments:

fishducky said...

Happy Ramadan, Munir!!

Launna said...

I wish you a Happy Ramadan Munir... I also hope for many of your wishes and dreams to come true. Some miracles happen when we least expect it... some come later. Have a fabulous week ♡ xox

Jim and Sandie said...

I do believe in miracles. As we get older our wishes become so much less materialistic and so much more worthy. Happy Ramadan Munir. I hope all your wishes continue to come true and our world becomes a better place for all of us to live and love.

TexWisGirl said...

you are a kind soul and i hope your wishes do come true.

yaya said...

Your love and sincerity shine in all your posts. I hope all your wishes do come true at this special time of Ramadan. I know whatever you wish for will make this world a better place!

Jo said...

I totally agree with you Munir. Everyone should respect each other's religions and permit them the freedom to worship how they want. I hope more of your wishes come true.

Geo. said...

Your wishes are good wishes. Please accept my best wishes to you.

Chatty Crone said...

I am glad you had a good Ramadan.

B. WHITTINGTON said...

Munir, so enjoyed reading this post as I know now what Ramadan means. I had no idea. What a lovely thing to give away your things to those in need. Beautifully written. Yes, my wish for you is that your wishes and dreams come true. Hugs and prayers. Barb

Lexa Cain said...

I'm glad you see improvement in the world around you! As we say in Egypt for you and your family -- "Kul senna w'entu taybeen!"

Granny Annie said...

You have selected great wishes. I wonder if there were ever be a complete end to slavery. It is good to be back to blogland and I hope it will be for a while.

Misha Gericke said...

I'm glad your wishes come true.

Coffee Lady said...

Happy Ramadan!

Inger said...

May your wishes come true, Munir. I so wish for tolerance and respect among all people.

Susie said...

Munir, As we age, we wish for good health for our loved ones and ourselves. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Sherry Ellis said...

Hope you had a blessed Ramadan!

(And yes, I really am jumping out of an airplane. - August 1st!)

Sherry Ellis said...

Hope you had a blessed Ramadan!

(And yes, I really am jumping out of an airplane. - August 1st!)

Granny Annie said...

All of my wishes have not come true but enough of them have to keep me happy and hopeful.

Elephant's Child said...

Happy Ramadan. Those wishes are HUGE, and wonderful. I so hope they spread.

Michael Offutt, Phantom Reader said...

I'm glad your Ramadan was so wonderful this year, Munir. I listened to an Islamic Call to Prayer the other day on YouTube. It was so hauntingly beautiful that I was captivated by it.

Hope said...

hello Munir! visiting your blog is always such a joy. i hope your Ramadan was a happy one and the blessings you reap from it remain a fixture in your life and your families! thought i would drop you a line and say hello! nothing new on my blog but entertaining the thought of posting something soon. :) hope all is well on your end!
blessings!
Hope