Do your kids get super excited watching all the Christmas 🎄 décor and glitter out there?
It’s easy to dismiss decorating for Eid as imitating non-Muslims, questionable innovation, or another materialistic and commercialized holiday. However, Muslims all over the world have Ramadan preparation practices which include decorating. Across the Muslim world, the first step to decorating for Ramadan begins with a thorough house cleaning. An integral part of preparing for Eid in many Muslim countries is minor home improvements, such as painting rooms, buying new furnishings, and a little interior decorating. Making the bed with fancy bedding, beautiful flower bouquet for the dining tables are very common and traditional way families decorate for Eid.
Muslims in the west often carry on the tradition of deep cleaning their homes, and add on to the Ramadan and Eid decorating. One of the main reasons Muslim moms and families decorate their home is to help their children learn and understand the importance of the Muslim holidays, and to instill love in their hearts for the blessed month and our deen. With that intention, you need to step up your game and make your kids be just as oo'd and ahh'd for Eid inshaAllah. Eid ul adha is about a month away. . . . . .
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