We all need to set goals every now and then. Whether it’s a New Year, Birthday, or any special occasion, we set certain resolutions for ourselves whether we achieve or plan to achieve them or not. But Ramadan is a time when we try our best to do something nice. This year, I am planning to set a goal and carry the behavior even when the Holy month is over.
In the past 7 months, when I wasn’t active on the blog, that’s because I had a baby and had been very busy since then, I have learned one lesson; life is short so do anything that will make you happy. Prioritize and invest in those whom you want with you forever. It took me 26 years to learn that, Good Lord 🙂
Coming back to the point, my Ramadan Goal for 2018 is “giving & sharing.” Though I personally believe in giving things but this specific month, I want to do it on a bigger level. I want to share everything I get for myself with as many people as possible (and not just with 1 or 2 that I used to do). It can be anything, from sharing happy moments to giving Iftar presents to friends and family. I know it’s very basic but when you set a goal, you achieve it in a better way. You’re more focused and that’s what you should aim for.
Sharing is not a big deal, especially with your loved ones. I believe in one thing; when you do something for 10 days, it becomes a habit. How great is that? So this Ramadan, I have to add this one more habit forever; after all, sharing is caring.
Wishing you all a very Happy and Blessed Ramadan.