Its Ramadhan once again.
For Muslims worldwide, this August marks the coming of the holy month of Ramadhan, the holiest of months in the muslim calendar.
A time when muslims abstain from eating, drinking and from other inappropriate behaviours; it is also a month for muslims to contemplate life and its hardships by day, and also to reflect and adhere themselves to the Almighty by night through prayers and other forms of worship and supplications.
As for me, I am trying to balance this, as well as with quite an active work and community functions. The challenge lies in finding the middle ground, or awsataha or balance between family, work and community activities, whilst still trying to find time to feed the need for the spiritual thirst one usually feels in the deep nights of Ramadhan.
May we all find what we are looking for this Ramadhan, and may all our ibadah and supplications be granted and rewarded by the Almighty.
Ramadhan Mubarak to all.