.the posa post
We all know that hunger can turns things ugly.
But we also have been taught to fight wild desires through fasting. In other words, hunger can suppress excessive craves, be it towards food, towards goods, people, emotions, laziness (ehem!), everything. But we oftentimes defeated.
That’s how we get to the prayer room and talk about others. Then we lose temper on little things like misspelling and slow traffic. Then we refuse to work things out at our best level, procrastinate and cold-shouldering.
Then we start blaming others for everything that went wrong.
I wish, I can make things better for tomorrow. There’s not so many days left of our Ramadan. But there are a lot to make up. (note to myself: see, writing can actually motivates you.)
- Praying area
- Weekend 5S
- Consistent terawih
- Daily Quran recital
- Clean eating
Remember, Ramadan is not the month to do it all. Ramadan is the month to start and keep doing – to build good habits. May we find each other again next year.