I'd kill for coffee...

Two days of Ramadan have past. I've survived without coffee during the day so far and not killed anyone. I feel groggy during the day; a listless feeling like I'm in a fog. I just want to sleep, and I try to stay away from family members to avoid inflicting myself on them - I am a considerate person after all. After dinner (breakfast) I have a cup of coffee and then I start to feel normal again.


For the past two days I've only been out for short trips during the day to the vegetable market. I get what I need and come straight home. I've had a few days off work. Tomorrow I will go back to work in the morning. I hope by then the coffee cravings will have abated some.

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  1. Same here! I've been coffee deprived and somehow making it through the day! Ramadan Karim:) I am craving coffee at the moment and still 13 hours to go haha!

    NG
    www.enigma09.wordpress.com

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  2. هذه هي الحكمة من صيام شهر رمضان لنشعر بالاحساس الذي يعانيه ملايين البشر لفقدانهم اساسيات الحياة من أكل وشرب وهذا يجب أن يدفعنا لمساعدتهم أينما كانوا.

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  3. a translation from anonymous (most likely abullatif):

    This is the wisdom of fasting month of Ramadan to feel a sense suffered by millions of people for missing the basics of life from eating and drinking, this should prompt us to help them wherever they are.

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