Alhamdulillah, the blessed month of Ramadan is upon us!
This holy month brings the opportunity to worship Allah (SWT), to reflect, to reach out to others and to grow spiritually. However, this year is a little different….
Yes, with the Coronavirus pandemic, we’ll all be spending Ramadan indoors at home.
That means no taraweeh prayers at the mosque, no family visits, no communal iftars and no volunteering on the ground in our community.
It’s a strange time to say the least. But: it’s still a special and blessed period! And we just have to learn to adapt to our new situation.
Yes, we can still reap the rewards of Ramadan and get closer to Allah (SWT). Whilst we may be at home and under lockdown, we can still have a productive Ramadan.
Here are our top four tips to have a productive Ramadan in self-isolation.