Salaam and Eid Mubarak to all my brothers and sisters! In this blessed time, I ask for Muslims all over the world to rejoice. But, do not forget the lessons learned and pray that the ibadat performed during the blessed time of Ramadan is accepted.
I, for one, never want Ramadan to end. The endless blessings and sleepless nights sitting in the musallah filled me with the most joy I have ever experienced. To stay consistent in prayer and fill your heart with the sincerest of du’aas are among the greatest feelings in the world. I hope we can all live the rest of our lives like how we do during the blessed month of Ramadan.
Unfortunately, it breaks my heart beyond repair to know that some of my Muslim family around the world will not be enjoying the amazing day of Eid alongside us. May Allah (SWT) grant Jannat to all of the victims of ISIS and violence in Istanbul, Baghdad, Syria, Medinah and all over the world. No one deserves the fate they received. But in a time like this it is important for Muslims all over the world to stand together and stand strong. With ISIS increasing its influence and Islamophobia growing by the second, we must all work to clear our names and spread the peace that Allah (SWT) assigned to us all.
Everyone enjoy yourselves tomorrow and remember Allah (SWT) in your prayers.