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5 annoying things to avoid this Eid!

This Eid


First of all Eid Mubarak to all readers! May Allah bless you with all the happiness and protect you from every 'Fitan' and hardship always. Eid Al Fitr marks the end of the blessed month of Ramadan, Muslims around the world observe fast during Ramadan and ends it at 'Iftaar' time which comes at the time of Sunset. Muslims around the world gather with their families and have some great time together, which is one of the most important aspect of Islam. There are few things which are in trend right now, especially in India and other parts of the world. People around the world are making this festival annoying day by day which lowers the dignity of this auspicious festival. To mention a few below:

 1. It is a family affair!

It is a family affair guys so do not indulge everyone in it. It is justified as no one observed fast either with you or your family during Ramadan. It is between you and your family only. However, Your close friends deserve some respect and participation too. Giving all the time to your friends on this Eid might make your family sad. It is better to observe this auspicious day with your family and make them comfortable in your company.

 2. Avoid Movies

After observing fast everyday and devoting your time to Almighty, You are going to watch some junk Bollywood mellow drama right after Eid celebrations. Seriously! Where is that dignity? Eliminate evil thoughts and avoid any such thing which might tarnish all your devotion and prayers, which you have made during Ramadan.

3. Avoid any kind of pollution


Why you are burning your money on crackers? When you can actually give charity to some poor fellow in your locality so he/she can also have a taste of joy this Eid. Eliminate sound pollution from yours and other people's life, They deserve peace also.


4. Allah still watching dude!


Refrain from any evil stunt or plan which is cooking in your mind. Remember Allah still counting on your deeds. Youngster rolling their bikes, eve teasing and taking evil jibes are some disgusting acts. You can also stop such act by preaching that fellow brother or sister. After all, You are a Muslim too.

5. Avoid selfies! Yes I am serious.


Selfie with the Imam, Selfie with fellow 'Namazi' in mosque, Selfie with Sister, Selfie with siter's friend, Selfie with sister's friends of friend. Man you are looking good! That's it! Now posting these photos will only give you peace for some minutes with around 1K likes! After this, What? Nothing, I repeat nothing. Avoid use of cellphone this Eid and spend some quality time with your family, friends who deserve it.


If you take this celebration as Islamic, You can observe that there are many annoying acts which should be stopped right away. We are dealing with the Almighty! Not any Tom Dick or Harry is involved in this affair. I wish you a happy and prosperous Eid.





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