Adventure of Life

Adventure of Life

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

My First Ramadan Iftar

The Holy Month of Ramadan is here, a point in time for millions of Muslim from around the world observes fast from sunrise to sunset, meaning no foods and drinks are consumed. The fast is wished for to convey the truthful closer to God to implement in self-control and to put into practice selflessness. But aside from fasting, Ramadan serves for personal reflection as well as engaging in anything that is poorly-natured and excessive.Ramadan serves as a time of worship and self-direction towards God and family.

During Ramadan, two main meals were provided, the Suhoor, which is serve before dawn, and Iftar, which is serve after sunset, and at the end of the Ramadan month, Muslims celebrate the Festival of Fast-Breaking, called Eid al-Fitr.

As an expatriate here in Saudi Arabia, I was able to celebrate the Iftar with our Muslim brothers in the company I work with.

The Place 
Herfy Cafe and Grill which features international chill-out cafe, quick service, and sports bar.

The foods - local and international cuisines complete with all groups : meat, bread,milk, cereal,vegetables and fruits.

The people - people I considered my family and worth cherished with.

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