Of course, when a festival knocks your door, you feel rather happy than your typical days. I’m not different from you. But I’d rather miss the month of Ramadan although ahead is the largest religious festival of Muslims, Eid-ul-Fitr.
I always enjoy the second half of the Ramadan as a breeze of joy blows all over the country. It’s like you go out of your home. Look at the people around and you feel the festival ahead. I miss that scene very much after the Eid. You see people rush between home and supermarkets to buy new dress, shoes, etc as a preparation to celebrate the largest festival. You feel that the entire country is preparing for a joyous occasion. This scene, to me, is more pleasant than the Eid day.
Anyway, I’m not writing this post with a detailed feeling of mine. In fact, I wish I could. But I won’t waste your time; not now. I’m just hoping that everyone may have a very happy and pleasant Eid with their relatives, family and friends.
EID MUBARAK, dear reader. 🙂