Eid around the World

Eid around the World

It’s been over a week, but whether or not you’re a Muslim, you can still appreciate how the very same festival is celebrated (or mourned) around the world by different cultures. Through this powerful imagery, you can see that even on days of happiness, there will always be someone worse off than you.

Morbid, I know. Sadly that’s how the world works.

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Fasting from the crack of doom. I meant dawn. Crack of Dawn.

Usually I don’t/won’t write about this stuff, but since I’m up at an ungodly hour, I thought, why not?

You may or may not know this, but starting the day-before-yesterday, muslims around the world started fasting in the month of Ramadan. Now, I am not going to tell you the history, or the where’s and why-fores ¬†of Ramadan are; that’s what Wikipedia is for. But for those of you who are totally new to the concept, I’ll give you a brief rundown. …Go on, you know you want to keep reading