Do you know the Ramadan guilt trip?
This is where you start off Ramadan with all the good intentions in the world that you’ll truly make this Ramadan special and make the most of it, only to reach the end of Ramadan and you haven’t done much at all. And you promise yourself at the end of Ramadan thatnext Ramadan, you’d do better.This goes on year after year.
You know, Einstein has a great saying in these situations. He says that the definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”You cannot improve your Ramadan if you keep tackling it the same way. You need to develop the necessary skills to make the most of Ramadan spiritually, physically and socially.Where can you learn such skills? I’ll tell you this Friday in sha Allah ;).
In the meantime, I want to hear from you what you think are the skills one must develop to live a Productive Ramadan. Reply to this email and share your thoughts.
P.S. Stay tuned for my next email if you want to learn how to LIVEa Productive Ramadan.
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