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**Ramadan 2018 General Discussion/Plans/Iftar**

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Links to the Holy Month of Ramadan page at duas.org were already posted in this topic, but if anyone needs the amal page, this is another link:

http://www.duas.org/laylat_aamaal.htm

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On 5/16/2018 at 2:55 AM, Hameedeh said:

The Beginning of Servitude: Contemplation on the Spiritual and Epistemic Aspects of Fasting  Get PDF

https://www.al-islam.org/message-thaqalayn/vol-14-no-2-summer-2013/beginning-servitude-contemplation-spiritual-and-epistemic 

A quote from ^ that book:

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Imam Sadiq said, “Fasting from food and drinks is not accomplished only by not eating and drinking; when you fast, your ears, eyes, tongue and your body should fast. Remain silent except for when you want to say a good thing. And be considerate to your servants.” 

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Imam Khamenei to lead Eid-al-Fitr prayers in Tehran

http://en.abna24.com/news/iran/imam-khamenei-to-lead-eid-al-fitr-prayers-in-tehran_897286.html

June 12, 2018 - 6:36 PM News Code : 897286 Source : MehrLink:  Imam Khamenei to lead Eid-al-Fitr prayers in Tehran  

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Sayed Ali Khamenei will lead the Eid-al-Fitr (the fast-breaking feast) prayers in Tehran, to be held at the Imam Khomeini Prayer Grounds on Friday, June 15. 

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I am keeping a tab on Sayyid Sistani's website already!

8 hours ago, hasanhh said:

29Ramadhan39

:cryhappy: "Two dehydrating days to go. lnshallah, l will 'make' it."

Allahumma inna laka sumtu, wa ...

 

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2 hours ago, AbdusSibtayn said:

I am keeping a tab on Sayyid Sistani's website already!

 

lt is a 30 day month this year. In 32 hours and 7 minutes Ramadhan will be over, inshallah.

Now, to celebrate, as l remember, the rule is "never drink your beer with your left hand". Correct?

:grin:

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3 hours ago, ShiaChat Mod said:

Some "ginger beer" has no alcohol. :D 

Bro, this is a joke told in mosque. Even the imam used it once during his khotbah while explaining which sins to focus on first, dealing with haram, and so forth.

You are correct, technically there are a lot of non-alcoholic beers, but they carry different names as it saves on confusion.

25 hours and 13 minutes to go.

l think l can ... l think l can ...

 

Edit: internet problem:  it is 24 hours and 59 minutes to go. 

Edited by hasanhh
internat problem

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lt is June 14th.

So what do l find out on this last day of Ramadhan?

Today is National Strawberry Shortcake Day  . . .

and lftar isn't for another 17 hours and 43 minutes.

:cry:

Edited by hasanhh

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20 hours ago, hasanhh said:

Woke up about 45 minutes ago after sleeping-it-off. l ate a lot for lftar.

Then like an intellectual lightweight, l went to a Chinese restaurant for Eid.

Then came home and slept-off another meal.

But l can't figure out why my stomach hurts.

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7 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

Then like an intellectual lightweight, l went to a Chinese restaurant for Eid.

Then came home and slept-off another meal.

But l can't figure out why my stomach hurts.

Probably too much oil in the food. Sorry. :( 

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Salaam

Can someone please help me? I became ill and had to break my fast and I've got about 8 days to make up. I couldn't even celebrate eid because of it :(

Do I have to make these days up continuously one after the other, or can I do for example one each week? How does it work?

Thanks

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34 minutes ago, TheGreenWanderer said:

Salaam

Can someone please help me? I became ill and had to break my fast and I've got about 8 days to make up. I couldn't even celebrate eid because of it :(

Do I have to make these days up continuously one after the other, or can I do for example one each week? How does it work?

Thanks

Salam you can do it separately until begining of next month of Ramadhan ,I wish quick Shefa for you. 

Edited by Ashvazdanghe

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