Monday, July 19, 2021

Happy Eid Ul Adha (day after tomorrow)

It has been raining and i think almost every part of my country except my city .Still thought of people who had it pleases me .Our power  is still behaving like confused guest who does not know whether leave or stay .We had no electricity last day and for more than six hours .It came in the evening.Same was a day before yesterday.Internet is terribly slow and it took more than half hour to upload these images for this post.I just wanted to share the smiles of Nature blooming in my front yard this summer.Hubby brought few more plants and planted week ago lets see if they cheer up too.

We are busy in cleaning project that occurs before Eid .As you know (most probably) that we celebrate two Eids .One that follows month of Ramadan and second that comes  two months and ten days after it.This is called Eid Al Adha the sacrificial Eid which commemorate the sacrifice  of  prophet Abraham.I am not religious at all but i respect  such sacred festivals as part of our culture specially they make me relive my childhood and days when i spent them with my parents and sister.
My both sons at home are helping me in cleaning .Today we did laundry.Younger one assisted me in it .Youngest one who is fifteen now cleaned kitchen cabinets .He is fond of cleaning and often offers his help in dish washing and cleaning.I hardly allow but now when he is free after exams i let him to some extent.He also likes to cook his fav dishes with help of youtube videos like his elder brothers.He cooks so nice and his father adore and says he can be good chief .

Okay precious people that is all for now .Eid is day after tomorrow so see you then hopefully !
Please stay blessed with hope which rises like sun in the endless sky of faith and never let the darkness of  disappointment come near you no matter how long the nigh is .Dawn is waiting for you be sure of it because you have light of faith that can turn dark into to glow magilcally!
hugs and blessings!










Stay Well  !
 



22 comments:

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  2. Even if you don't feel committed to a particular faith the rituals and traditions are indeed part of culture and bring people together I am the same as you on this. Cleaning is something I really enjoy it makes my home feel appreciated and loved and the people in it loved and nurtured. Happy celebrations. Betty

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  3. That's wonderful your son likes to cook and clean, my sons don't!
    It's always a good feeling to have a clean home.
    Enjoy your holiday there.

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  4. Happy Eid. Beautiful flowers.

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  5. I liked your comment on my blog about walking around sacred objects when you said that the whole universe is doing the same physically and spiritually -- very true! A profound comment!

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  6. I only clean thoroughly if I have a reason to do it.

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  7. Blessings to you and your family this Eid, Baili.

    I hope your power is more predictable than it has been and you get some rain soon too.

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  8. I don't know the correct way to wish a happy holiday to you and your family. Please have a wonderful time.

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  9. Like yourself, Baili, I too am not overly religious now. However, I was raised in the Catholic faith and while I do not regularly attend church services I do respect some of the traditions as you do in your commemoration of Eid. The flowers from your yard were beautiful to see. Thanks for sharing them.

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  10. Those beautiful flowers look like they've had rain. Or maybe just a watering can.

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  11. I hope you have a great Eid celebration. You seem as if you are well prepared for it.

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  12. With family and friends we are never lost, baili.
    Have a great week

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  13. Have a blessed Eid.
    I enjoyed seeing your flowers, lovely photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  14. I hope you have enjoyed your Eid. You have a beautiful blog and your pictures of the flowers are lovely. Thank you for visiting my blog. Blessings to you and your family!

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  15. A son who enjoys cooking and cleaning ~ You are definitely blessed, Baili! But you're right, studies first. I look at YouTube videos on cooking too. I've spent a lot of time since Terry's heart attack learning to cook even healthier food. I think I've done well over the years, but I definitely have room for improvement. It is shocking how much salt is in everything.

    I did not realize that there were two Eids. Thank you for clarifying that. I am not particularly religious myself, but I enjoy participating in our traditions. I respect the traditions of people around the world, and when I visit sacred religious sites for different religions, I respect and share in the religious reverence. I hope that you had a meaningful Eid. Abraham's sacrifice is important in at least three major religions. I find that amazing and comforting. Hugs to you my friend!

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  16. I hope you enjoyed Eid! Your flowers are really beautiful.

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  17. just like my eldest son ,my both younger son have also developed interest in cooking though they find less time for it due to studies .despite of academies are closed we ask them to study at home at least for three to four hours a day.they do though sometimes they avoid and we find it okay as they are kids after all .
    youngest one is really caring and offers help most of the time since he is home .i allow if find it okay.

    yes Eids are two and both are main yearly festivals for Muslims. we like everyone wait for Eids eagerly and celebrate it with all the joy and gratitude !

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  18. I hope your enjoyed Eid! The flowers are gorgeous! Many blessings! Big Hugs!

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  19. we enjoyed the Eid despite of heat :)

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  20. Looking through your comments thread I am happy to see you enjoyed your Eid celebration.

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  21. Que flores lindas! E gostei de saber, que o seu filho mais novo, é tão prestável e gosta tanto de a ajudar!
    O tempo tem estado estranho também por aqui, com temperaturas bem amenas, para a época... mas prefiro assim, sem demasiado calor... como em Espanha, no momento, em que se estão a debater com altas temperaturas e incêndios...
    Um beijinho! Desejando-lhe um bom fim de semana, com saúde para si e todos os seus, Baili!
    Ana

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