- Endurance and Perseverance are two words that are synonymous with the holy month of Ramadan
- It is well known that Muslims observe 29 or 30 days of fasting during Ramadan
Some countries of the world fast for at least 13 hours, while others fast for more than 20 hours. It is not a child’s play to fast for 20 hours for any individual if not for Allaah’s grace.
In addition, Muslims know that the rewards in the holy month of Ramadan inspire them to endure and persevere the fasting duration.
Going forward, a journey of 29 or 30 days will surely come to an end at the 29th or 30th day, however, everyone fasting should ensure he or she obeys, follows and implements the teachings of the Glorious Qur’an and Hadeeth.
Almighty Allaah stated in one of the chapters of the Glorious Qur’an that, “surely, along with every hardship is relief.” This means that fasting could be difficult, but the relief are the rewards guaranteed for all fasting Muslims by Allaah in this world and on the day of judgement.