Ramadan is a month full of blessings. The spirit of Ramadan is felt and followed by many non-Muslims in the Muslim majority countries. Qatar is no exception to it.
tanding tall at the end of Doha’s Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) Park is the breathtaking art piece called the ‘7’ sculpture. This almost 80-foot high steel artwork was designed by American artist Richard Serra. It was unveiled in 2011 and it is the tallest artwork ever created by Serra.
If one cannot draw spiritual benefit during this month (Ramadan), then in what other month can he find benefit? If one does not turn in repentance to his Lord during this month, then at what other time will he do so? If one slackens from doing good deeds now, then when will he do them?
Ramadan is not just a month of abstinence. It also completely changes the daily life pattern. The holy month is more prominent in Qatar being a Muslim country. Since there are expatriates from across the world, they tend to have different and distinct experiences of celebrating
If ‘life’ was being served at an ice cream parlour and positive memories were toppings, I’m pretty sure there would be too many cherries on top. The good life is popularly characterised by a collection of mostly ‘happy’ experiences, with a dab of negative ones.