Greetings ladies and gentlemen!
We realize that it has been awhile since we have posted anything positive posts and quotes related, mainly because, can you believe it? It is the end of Ramadan month and Eid is just around the corner. Well, tomorrow actually! So while we are preparing ourselves for Eid, cooking up rendang, lemang and whatever homemade food our mothers are in the process of cooking up to have ourselves salivating on this last day of fasting, we would like to say a few words before we can let you celebrate the last blessing day of Ramadan month.
We hope you have managed to learn a few thing or two during the Ramadan month as they say, it is a month when we have the utmost golden opportunity to become better individuals whilst exhaling the bad things and inhaling with the good. What we have learned during Ramadan month is not about waiting for the day of Eid so we can exchange “love” through monetary rewards. Eid is all about us teaching ourselves how to be a better individual, to teach each other the concept of patience and mostly respect, Muslim or not. To overcome situations that bring out so much negative thoughts out of people and we as dutiful individuals, are responsible to relay positivism out on others so we can strive for the better and not for worse.
Albeit, there were some local news during the month that got us wondering what the hell those people were thinking which we refuse to mention what they are all about here but we certainly do hope, we can take them as lessons and perhaps, remind each other that we shouldn’t stoop down to such a level and be better individuals. Whatever races we fall into. Let us move forward and strive for a better future since we do deserve a positive future not just for us but for our future generations!
We also would like to ask you, what have you learned during the Ramadan month? If you want to share, please leave a comment below and it doesn’t matter whatever race you are because we like to know what you’ve learned during the Ramadan month and what you learned from your fellow Muslim friends and acquaintances. No harsh vocabularies, please! And if you have to, filter them before you share.
The MaJu Project would like to wish you all a Happy Eid al-Fitr and have a blissfully good one! We will be posting more posts soon and videos will be coming up soon as well. Stay tune!
The MaJu Project team.