Anyone who fasts during Ramadan can attest to the fact that the holy month has a way of making milliseconds feel like hours. This year will be no different in that sense, with the on-going lockdowns, chances are that our sense of time will be distorted even further.
With mosques around the globe closed and family gatherings out of the question, we have no choice but to embrace JOMO this Ramadan. Get ready to do anything and everything to take your mind off of your groaning stomachs—all from the comfort of your own home, of course.
If you’re feeling a little nervous about how the next month will go, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Muslim communities across the globe are trying to figure out ways to sustain Ramadan traditions at a distance.
stop arguing when ramadan is….it’s when zayn tweets “ramadan mubarak”
— ahmad (@uhhhhmad) April 21, 2020
THERES TWO MORE DAYS TILL RAMADAN 🥳🥳🥳 pic.twitter.com/GGdDf1A59w
— oxygen (@sahelhaque) April 21, 2020