Eid kum mubrakan wa ayyamukum said
Ramadan has ended and the month of Shawwal has begun. Many people dream to see this year’s Ramadan but didn’t get to see it. Others saw the beginning of the month but not the end. We got here not by our willpower but by the mercy of Allah.
On this beautiful day, the chairman of Mudassir and Brother, Alhaji Idris Mudassir, and the entire staff of the company wish you a wonderful Eid celebration.
“May Allah accepts your good deeds, forgive your transgressions, and ease the suffering of all people around the globe. May you have a blessed one, Eid Mubarak from all of us to you and your family.”
As you go on celebrating this period, we wish to remind you to be security cautious and take necessary precautions when moving about. Children should be closely monitored so they don’t wander off alone and get lost. Vehicles should be properly parked and locked to avoid them getting stolen.
Make today about spreading love, happiness, and glad tidings. Don’t forget to invite your friends over for a good meal and a hearty festivity. You should also create time to visit your friends and family members, especially the ones that you have not seen in a long time. They will be pleased to see you.
Ramadan may have ended but it left us with important messages and reminders. Chief among them is that you can make an extra effort to get closer to Allah and be a better version of yourself. If you can work to get closer to Allah through prayers, reciting the Qur’an, Nawafils, and Tafsir in Ramadan, surely you can put a little more effort into doing a quarter of these deeds in the rest of the months.
Also, during Ramadan, we have seen better versions of ourselves. The versions that treat other people better and spread kindness. Let us continue to be kind to one another. The world can surely do with more kindness.
As we start the month of Shawwal, don’t forget to fast for six (6) days, known as Sitta Shawwal. You can’t afford to miss it as it will gain you more rewards for your Ramadan fast. Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari narrates that Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) says:
“Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan and then follows it with six days of fasting in the month of Shawwal, it will be as if he had fasted for the year through.” (1163, Sahih Muslim)
Can you imagine the kind of reward you’d get if you fasted for a whole year? Don’t let this opportunity go to waste. One of the problems people encounter with observing the six days of fasting is thinking that they have time until eventually, the month ends. Please try to do it as soon as possible.
Lastly, we want to end this by thanking you for your continuous patronage of our brand. We are where we are today because you continue to trust us to give you the best in terms of quality, trend, and excellence. We don’t take you for granted.
What plans do you have for this Eid? Kindly share with us in the comments section below!