Instead of judging people, try to be a little nice.
If you are blessed with things others don’t possess, that doesn’t mean you get to have the upper hand.
If you have more money and you can afford things some people can’t; it doesn’t mean you have the right to gloat about it.
If you are blessed with a perfect body as compared to your fellowmen, it doesn’t give you any right to bully someone else for their ‘type of body.‘
If you are at a higher post, and you think it is part of your job to be mean and bossy so you can keep people in line. Well, there is a difference in being authoritative and a jerk. Learn to differentiate.
There are million examples, where people think they are better than their fellowmen but they can’t be any more wrong.
If you are blessed with something, be thankful and stay down to earth. Believe me, that will be gain you more respect than being a tormentor and a jerk.
Oh Ramadan start hone wala hai! Tumne Eid ka dress decide kar liye? Meine to apna tailor ko bhe de diya hai…..
This is how most of our population starts Ramadan, well, mostly the females. Anyway the point of discussion here is that, why we think of Eid first when we need to prepare for Ramadan first? I think we have forgotten that the Eid is a gift to those people who have been good through out the Ramadan. Meaning they have fulfilled every requirements of Ramadan.
Eid is a time for joy for the Muslims, that comes after the month of Ramadan. But if you have made no changes during Ramadan, if you carry on the same routine, then do you really think you deserve this parcel of joy???
And Eid is not a day to let out your inner devils out. It is no doubt a day of joy for Muslims but you do not have to go all crazy and forget all your values neither the things you have learned in Ramadan. But sadly, a lot of us do that.
Give it a thought and lets make some changes this time.
Wish all the Muslims out there a blessed Ramadan and a peaceful Eid.