Salam, good day. Alhamdulillah, the holy month of Ramadhan is here again and as to my blog time we are now in the 11th day of fasting. When Ramadhan comes, meaning no morning coffee or tea, no bread and eggs, no kuay teow or kolo mee and so on and so on.
Fasting in the month of Ramadhan is regarded as one of the Rukun Islam and it is a compulsary or a must for muslims as long as they are healthy, physically fit and came to the age of maturity (Akil Baligh).
Fasting is not only the case of no eating and no drinking from sun up to sun down, but it is also forbids the muslims of bad thoughts and of course it teaches the observer to be self discipline.
For some, fasting from dawn until sun set was a burdensome but it was actually the best way of self reflection and to know better on how the underpriviledged live their daily life in such difficulties.
Since the start of Ramadhan over a week ago, a lot of activities being organised be it locally or internationally.
However the most followed is the London Olympics 2012. Three of our National athletes Maziah Mahusin, Awangku Hafiy Tajudin Pengiran Rositi as well as Anderson Lim has made their presence in London and has made our nation so proud.
After a controversial pulled-out four years ago in Beijing, we hope the three athletes would take this opportunity to develop their skills and perfomance for their future participation:)