Food for thought this Ramadan (for your kids)

by Ali Daya, Research Associate, Noor Kids

 

Iftaar=Futoor, Sehri=Suhoor. Call it what you like, it’s food for all. Eating, or, specific to the month of Ramadan, the breaking of the fast, is universal. Food is an important theme of this Holy month. And, as parents, an important source of teaching. Below are four of the most important lessons we should be taking away from food. 

1. After difficulty, there comes ease.  

The breaking of the fast is a beautiful concept in its own right. After a... ...Continue Reading

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3 Habits you NEED to adopt over Ramadan

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” -Aristotle

Ramadan is to Muslims what New Years is to non-Muslims; we create resolutions to improve ourselves. However, unlike New Years, Ramadan is an entire month to turn those resolutions into habits. Many Muslims, myself included, make honorable and lofty goals that subhanallah sound great. Unfortunately, the majority of us fail to adopt these resolutions.

Let's not make that mistake this year. This Ramadan, we should develop habits that last.

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About Noor Kids
Noor Kids is a Harvard-supported educational program designed to build confidence in the religious identity of little Muslims. Each month, families receive a new title designed by our team of creative, educational, and scholarly experts. Our titles have now entered into over 25,000 homes across 25 countries!   To check out a free sample, click here .

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