Monday, August 6, 2012

Ramadan oh Ramadan: Fasting can heal any dieases.

Kid: "Ibu, why doesn't she fasting?"

Me: "I think it's because she is sick and she has to take the pill."

Kid: "I thought fasting will heals the sickness."

Me: "You are right, honey. I think she should try to fast if she is strong enough to do it. We know that fasting can heal the sickness and any diseases."

Kid: "ya, ibu. Fasting can make us healthy, insha Allah."


Fasting is a completely natural healing therapy that has been used for thousands of years to treat and even cure many common diseases.

The Benefits of Fasting
  • teaches patience.
  • strengthens the body and cures some diseases.
  • comforts the stomach.
  • teaches us how to be merciful and compassionate with the poor.
  • teaches us to organize our eating and drinking habits
  • increases our good deeds.
  • heal a host of minor (and sometimes major) health disorders.
  • help you lose weight and keep it off.
  • cleanse your body of metabolic wastes and toxins.
  • improve your skin tone and health, making you look younger.
  • stimulate new cell growth, making you feel younger.
  • strengthen your immune system and natural defenses.
  • improve glandular health and hormonal balance.
  • increase mental clarity.
  • enhance your moods, enjoy a more positive outlook.
  • give you more energy and enthusiasm.
  • enhance your spiritual connection. 

Those Who are Exempted From Fasting
  • The sick
  • The traveler
  • The elderly who physically unable fasting
  • The pregnant woman or a breast feeding mother who feels that she may cause harm to herself or her baby if she fasts
  • The woman during her menstrual period or post-natal bleeding
"O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become the pious." (2:183)

Let's teach our kids about the important of fasting.

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