By Amatullah Mildred Moore
"The month of Ramadan is that wherein the Qur’an was sent down as a guidance to mankind, as clear proofs of guidance and as the criterion. Let him among you who is present fast during that month. And whosoever is ill or on a journey, it is a number of other days. Allah wants ease for you and does not want hardship for you. So that you may complete the number (of days) and magnify Allah for having guided you, that haply you may give thanks.” (Qur`an 2:185)
Family and Community Concern: As a mother of several young children, I find myself so busy caring for the children and my home, that I feel that I miss out on many of the benefits of Ramadan.
I’m rarely able to go to the Masjid in the evening because of needing to stay home with our sleeping baby. And even the daytime is hectic with caring for everyone. I worry that I’m missing out or falling short... Read Jun. 16, 2017's Issue Here.