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IN People ON 01 Jul, 2015
Holy month of Ramadan has started and you've started planning your 'fasting goals' and making strategies that how you will spend you day, avoiding your hunger and ignoring the big mouses having a combat. Well, believe it or not, whatever you do, wherever you go, these experiences will always be the same and may you deny it but these are true most of them!
So, the holy month begins…. i will do everything properly, follow every rule and regulation and it will just be AWESOME!!
Almost everyone somewhere thinks it as dieting month, and you plan that you will eat only fruits and less oily food and no junks(HAHAHA!!)
So what if it's in summer and everything is just unbearably hot and humid? I mean c'mon, you've had years of experience fasting right!
Most of you decide this but always end up doing it as you meet your more friends in mosque.
You step into the kitchen...you step right out and your body performs it like a reflex action every time this happens.
Suddenly, this quote becomes your first principle. But well…your devil friends tend to lure you by tempting feast plus even bindi would turn you on…. and you say, "huh!! i don't wanna have"
Please, god make me a camel……There comes a point where you wish you were born as a camel: at least you could store water for hours in your body...if not weeks!
This works every time….. MORE WORK , LESS HUNGER!!!..
Waking up for Suhoor seems like a mission that even the CIA would forfeit, Obviously its after all waking up at 3am and its like you have JUST SLEPT!!
You realize you've wasted half of the Suhoor time sleeping and the other half moaning...and there's very little time left … and you just CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP!!
As you become a ROOSTER .. you are meant to procrastinate, and become hopeless in your work.
Days start feeling longer than they actually are. And you're like...Are we there yet? Please tell me now its time to eat.
And when its finally Iftar time, you become a RAVENOUS BEAST!!
And by the end of the day, you're back to where you started and again same routine starts
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