Eid Mubarak to all! Wishing everyone a very happy and blessed day even as we feel the pangs of the Ramadan withdrawal symptoms.
I hope we were all able to utilize the blessed month to its fullest.
(Photos from Eid al-Fitr 2010)
Come Early to Avoid the Queues
I love the feeling of praying in a joyous sea of humanity, gotta remember the blessings!
Praying outside FedEx field
Brilliant idea to alleviate perennial traffic issues by praying next to a stadium that is used to having tens of thousands every Sunday for football games.
Just a word for those of you thinking of missing this highly encouraged prayer for work or school today, don’t. Go to one of the early prayers and then do what you have to do. I guarantee that it is not from the sunnah of Allah to disappoint his servant who makes an effort to obey him.
I’ve had midterm exams, clinical days in hospital, and mandatory meetings and trainings at work all fall on Eid. But I prioritized the Eid prayer by informing my supervisors and instructors ahead of time and everything worked out beautifully.
I was able to enjoy and celebrate the day and I didn’t lose out on anything in terms of worldly or material benefit.This past week with the DC earthquake and Hurricane Irene I was reminded of what’s important in life, trust me, religion and family rank way above whatever it is you’re going to do today at work or school.
Eid Mubarak! MashaAllah – what a huge crowd!
Eid Mubarak! I love the massive crowds on Eid. I have pics from this year but just haven’t gotten around to putting them up.
This looks almost exactly the same as my Eid. We did it in Eisenhower park in Long Island, NY. There were so many people that it took about 30 minutes to just get to parking. The crowd was almost as big as this one too.
Funny sight: A guy was walking around with a folded prayer rug on his head to block the sun.
All in all good Eid, good Eid.