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          文化之光

          齋月

          時間:2017-06-09作者:文章來源:國際合作教育學院瀏覽:68

          齋月

          What is Ramadan?

          Ramadan is the ninth month in the Muslim lunar calendar. Healthy adult Muslims fast in Ramadan from dawn until dusk. This includes abstaining from drinking, eating, immoral acts and anger. Other acts of worship such as prayer, reading the Quran and charity are also encouraged during Ramadan.

          Muslims also believe that the Quran was revealed in Ramadan.

          During the holy month, Muslims would wake up early to eat a pre-dawn meal called suhoor, and they break their fast with a meal referred to as iftar.

          It is common for mosques to host large iftars, especially for the poor and needy. Nightly prayers called Tarawih are also held in mosques after iftar.

          Different cultures have different traditions during Ramadan, whether it is a special food they must cook, or eating iftar with the extended family. Islamic tenets, such as generosity, inspired most of these traditions, such as sharing food and inviting guests over  for iftar.

          Still too many who say that fasting is from sunrise to sunset. It's not. It's from dawn to sunset.

          When is Ramadan?

          Since Ramadan is part of a lunar calendar, its date annually changes on the Gregorian calendar. Muslims tend to wait for the new month's moon to appear before they announce the first day of Ramadan. However, they can still estimate the day beforehand.  This year 27 May is the first day of Ramadan.

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          How long is Ramadan?

          Lunar months last between 29 to 30 days depending on when the new moon is sighted. If the moon is not seen on the night of the 29th, then Ramadan lasts for the full 30 days. The Eid al-fitr celebration marks the end of the month, when Muslims celebrate a successful month of fasting and worship.

          why do Muslims fast in Ramadan?

          Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. There is also a verse in the Quran that prescribes fasting for all Muslims who are mature and healthy enough to fast for the full day.  So, Muslims fast as an act of worship, a chance to get closer to God and a way to become more compassionate to those in need.

          Fasting is also seen as a way to learn patience and break bad habits.

          As the month of Ramadan starts,talk respectfully, treat others kindly,walk modestly and pray sincerely.

          May Allah bless you and your family.

          穆斯林為什么要過齋月:

          1、體驗那久違的饑餓,知道世界上有很多人在挨餓,激發內心的慈悲和仁愛。

          2、能為而不為,鍛煉自身堅韌。

          3、寧心靜氣,思考人生智慧。

          4、將生物的欲望激發到最大,明白欲望的可怕。

          5、開齋細品,不舍浪費,明白食物的珍貴,感謝真主的賜予。

          6、身體原始機能的調動,清除體內多余脂肪和毒素,改善新陳代謝。

          7、體會虛弱,學會善待自己的身體。明白自己的渺小,學會謙卑。

          8、封齋,還可使身體、心靈潔凈,潔凈才能祈禱有效。封齋是穆斯林五功之一。

          9、讓人通過封齋時間,知天時,知地理。

            

            

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