Pain is only explained by itself, infact there exist no explanation.. helplessness may be used as a substitute but verily no synonym is able to describe it... And may be thy try to grade it's intensity
But there exists no scale There exists no scale for The very ache, The wounds it create, The parts it break, The lost smile, Tales they forsake, That silver line , The plastic shine, The lamenting eyes, Well! I am fine. The feeble beats, Sorrowful tweets, All she needs, The humble seeds. But broken heart, And shattered glass, Are not indisputably Far apart...
People believe that the chemistry between the sun and Moon is like _"they die for each other" but poles apart I not only believe that they do live for each other but also live with each other,,,,for even in the cruel dark hours it led the moon to shine... well no judgements are needed ...it's pretty simple that dawn and dusk witnesses the "GREY LINE"... THE ESSENCE OF DARKNESS DEFINES LIGHT AND THAT OF LIGHT DEFINES DARK.
@writersnetwork@writerstolli@letswrite000@letsrepost@readwriteunite@abdulbasit369@wordvoyage When we fall in a garden of thorns, heels bleed and pain destroy all the senses and one fails to sense ever soothing and valuable time of life on time .... "THE HEALING" I know one can't bring the time back ,and well may not be of that caliber to reify the sense of guilt by words....... BUT DEEP DOWN THE STRINGS CAN SHOW THE WORTH TUNED AND REAL HOPES... As love bind the people with an invisible thread and the connections are free from the conditions..... AND IT IS MELODRAMATIC BUT WE FEEL NOTIONS OF EACH OTHER....
Eid al-Fitr also called the "Festival of Breaking the Fast ", is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting ( ṣawm ). Ramadan lasts between 29 and 30 days, depending on when a new moon is sighted by local religious authorities. The sighting of the new moon means that Eid al-Fitr can commence.
The night before Eid is called Chaand Raat, which means, "Night of the Moon".
Several traditions are observed on Eid al-Fitr, one of which involves the reciting of a certain set of prayers especially for the occasion called Salat al-Eid. They will then sit down with their family and friends for breakfast, their first daylight meal following a month of fasting.
On Eid day, people distribute a charity locally known as fitrana . Many people also avail themselves of this opportunity to distribute zakat to the needy. Zakat is often distributed in the form of food and new clothes.
Eid gifts, known as Eidi, are frequently given at eid to children and immediate relatives.
Special celebratory dishes, Lachcha / লাচ্চা or sivayyan /শিমাই , a dish of fine, toasted sweet vermicelli noodles with milk and dried fruit is made.
Eid greetings depends upon the country and language. The most popular greeting is "Eid Mubarak" (Blessed Eid) or "Eid sa'id" (Happy Eid).
"May Allah flood your life with happiness on this occasion, your heart with love, your soul with spiritual, your mind with wisdom, wishing you a very Happy Eid."