Even though Ramadan is about community, the pandemic forced us into isolation. Now, we are cautiously emerging, rebuilding our ties, and reimagining how to mark the holy month of fasting.
Six essential things to know about the month of Ramadan, from a religious studies expert.
One thing we’ve learned celebrating during the pandemic is how to go back to the essence of Ramadan.
In many ways, this forced pause embodies the spirit of Ramadan, focusing on slowing down, and making deeper spiritual connections.
It’s a holiday intended for introspection and community, something Muslims and non-Muslims alike can benefit from.