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Monday, 14 May 2018

Ramadan Wishes 2018 | Ramadan Greetings

Ramadan is the most awaited Islamic festival. This is almost a 30 days (sometimes 29 days) festival when Muslims do fasting. This festival ends with Eid. As a Muslim, we all know this. In this article, I am going to provide you Ramadan wishes 2018, Ramadan quotesRamadan greetings, Ramadan messages, Ramadan status. All are the same words for one thing.
Ramadan wishes 2018 that I am going to provide you with this article will be new (2018) so you can send something new to your loved ones and share them your feelings.

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20+ Best Ramadan Wishes 2018

Here I am sharing with you a big list of Ramadan wishes 2018, Ramadan Greetings and Ramadan Quotes hope you will like it.

I wish you and your family, Ramadan Mubarak. May Allah gives us the strength to fulfill the needs of this month.

On this holy month (Ramadan), I am wishing you and your family 4 weeks of blessings, 30 days of clemency and 720 hours of enlightenment. Ramadan Mubarak

May Allah brings countless moments of happiness and joy in your life. Happy Ramadan!

Whenever you feel alone and sad, remember that God is with you. He will never leave you alone and guide you. Ramadan Mubarak.

God has once again brought Ramadan in our lives and we must take this opportunity to do lots of ASTAGHFAR. May God forgives us for all our sins.

I wish you and your family from deeps of my hearts a very happy Ramadan. Always remember me in your prayers.

May Allah bring lots of happiness and blessings in your lives. Ramadan Mubarak!

Always remember me and my family in your prayers. God Bless you!

O Allah forgive us for all our sins and take us in your blessings and happiness. We are very weak, give us the strength to fight against sins.

I wish you and your family be protected and blessed by Allah Almighty. He is the only saviour. Ramadan Mubarak.

May Allah fills our heart with courage and make our way closer to the victory. May Allah be always with us.

I wish you and your family to be able to do good deeds this Ramadan. O Allah forgive us for all our sins.

As we celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, I wish that happiness and joy find you and fill your house. Ramadan Mubarak!

May Allah gives us the strength to start this Ramadan in a positive way. Happy Ramadan!

Do Promise that this Ramadan we will try to get rid of all our bad habits. O Allah forgive us for all our previous sins.

I wish you and your family countless blessings of Allah Almighty this Ramadan.

Ramadan Mubarak to all, wish you all a happy, safe and blessed Ramadan.

May this Ramadan brings health, wealth and hapiness in your life.

A fast is not a hunger strike. Fasting submits to God's commands. A hunger strike makes God submit to our demands.
~ Edwin Louis Cole
Periodic fasting can help clear up the mind and strengthen the body and the spirit.
~ Ezra Taft Benson
Fasting is, first and foremost, an exercise for identifying and managing adversity in all its forms. With faith, in full conscience, fasting calls women and men to an extra degree of self-awareness.
~ Tariq Ramadan
We must master our egoism, and through this mastery, step outside ourselves and educate ourselves in giving. Fasting requires that we rediscover all that is alive around us, and reconcile ourselves with our environment.
~ Tariq Ramadan
Through prayer, fasting, and studying, God will answer.
~ Monica Johnson
Start the practice of self-control with some penance; begin with fasting.
~ Mahavira
Having soon discovered to be great, I must appear so, and therefore studiously avoided mixing in society, and wrapped myself in mystery, devoting my time to fasting and prayer.
~ Nat Turner
We observe that in the scriptures, fasting almost always is linked with prayer. Without prayer, fasting is not complete fasting; it's simply going hungry.
~ Joseph B. Wirthlin
Instead of looking outside of ourselves and counting potential enemies, fasting summons us to turn our glance inward, and to take the measure of our greatest challenge: the self, the ego, in our own eyes and as others see us.
~ Tariq Ramadan

The philosophy of fasting calls upon us to know ourselves, to master ourselves, and to discipline ourselves the better to free ourselves. To fast is to identify our dependencies, and free ourselves from them. 

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