It's a good thing I have a co-employee na hindi naman ganyan!
Sheng, some just changes their habit, interchanging day to night, but not all. Most take their fasting seriously.
:)Is there a difference with our siesta time? Baka mas maganda lang ang alibi no?
What an irony!
Ka Rolly, siesta is just a quick nap while some just go to work just for the sake of going to work.RJ, yes, it's ironic.
hahaha! natawa ako roon.
hahaha ganyan din nung nasa dhaka ako lol.~lee
Atticus, walang pinag-iba sa "practice" ng ilang katoliko, no?Lee, meron talaga kahit saan.
ever, tingnan mo ang mga commercial ads. Di ba mas pino-promote ang masasarap na kainan kesa ang fasting during Ramadan.
I tend to agree, Ed. Ramadan is supposed to be a holy month pero nagiging siesta-cum-food fiesta siguro na rin dahil sa commercialism. Parang Pasko sa atin o Semana Santa kaya. Pero siempre meron p ring mangilan-ngilan na spiritual ang dating ng Ramadan, Pasko at Semana Santa.
I suppose if I were observant of Rhamidan (sp?) I would likewise adjust m,y life to sleep all day(so i could eat all night). I know all holidays, amongst all faiths have different levels of observance, faithfulness, attention. I hope each day, in my faith, I pray for the strength to be observant, and mindful for God, not for my fellow travelers on earth
Nebz, amen to that.Keith, how are you? This days, all holy observance, may it be Christian, Muslim or any other religion, it tends to stray from the real meaning of the occasion. IMO, one culprit is commercialism.
very witty.I agree.Hypocrisy knows no religion. :)