Islamic Society hopes next Ramadan is in new mosque
No food, no music, no TV, no problem for Harun McGraw.
The month of fasting and sacrificing material luxuries is no longer the difficult part of Ramadan for the 23-year-old converted Muslim. It is the realization of realities that take the place of those distractions that make the holy month a challenge.
“It’s a time of self reflection. It’s like detox,” McGraw said. “It’s a time to see your own character and deficits and you start to see things you dislike in yourself.”
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