What Can’t You Do in Ramadan Fasting?
Now it’s clear what you should do in Ramadan, it’s always helpful to know what not to do during Ramadan fasting. Perhaps the most obvious rule is that you don’t drink or eat during daylight hours, but the restrictions don’t end there. On top of this, you should ensure that you don’t lose your patience, get violent, hold grudges, gossip, or waste time. Similarly, you should limit your interaction with social media platforms as they can act as a distraction to deepening your connection with Allah (SWT). After all, the intention of Ramadan is to develop a richer understanding of Islam and engage with the teachings of the Qur’an.
What is the Hardest Day of Ramadan?
Typically speaking, the last 10 days of Ramadan will be the hardest as these are the most significant days of the month. As a result, Muslims engage in more worship, say more prayers, and recite the Qur’an in more depth. Additionally, this is the time in which many Muslims decide to perform good deeds, particularly on the Night of Power. Consequently, Muslims might find themselves growing more tired during this time, making following the practices more difficult.
Is Fasting Difficult?
So, the question still remains as to whether fasting is difficult. Well, with the correct provisions in place, you can alleviate some of the struggles that Ramadan presents. With this being said, some days will still be harder than others, especially at the beginning and end of the month. However, if you do find yourself struggling, it’s important to remind yourself why you’re fasting and how this will benefit you in a religious capacity.
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