Saturday, October 28, 2006

"Their reward at their Lord is the gardens of Eden with flowing streams, wherein they abide forever. God is pleased with them, and they are pleased with Him. Such is the reward for those who reverence their Lord" [98:8]

Eid is a Thanksgiving Day
Muslims assemble in a brotherly and joyful atmosphere to offer their gratitude to Allah for helping them to fulfil their spiritual obligations prior to the Eid.

Eid is a Day of Remembrance
The Muslims pray to Allah and glorify His name to demonstrate their remembrance of His favors.

Eid is a Day of Victory
The devotee who succeeds in attaining his spiritual rights and growth receives the Eid with a victorious spirit.

Eid is a Day of Harvest
Allah gives infinitely to those who are sincerely concerned with the general welfare of their fellow believers.

Eid is a Day of Forgiveness
When Muslims assemble in the congregation of the Day, they whole-heartedly pray for forgiveness and strength in faith. And Allah has assured those who approach Him with sincerity of His mercy and forgiveness.

Eid is a Day of Peace
When a Muslim establishes peace within his heart by obeying the Law of Allah and leading a disciplinary life, he has certainly concluded a most invioble treaty of peace with Allah.

Source: The Holiday Spot

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