How to Spend the Salah Break as a Non-Muslim

Today is Salah, and Muslims all over the world are celebrating. Celebrating with those celebrating is always lovely. Therefore, whether you are a Muslim or not, you should find a way to celebrate despite the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Many people just want to visit their Muslim friends for Salah meat or stay at home and expect Salah meat from their Muslim friends or neighbours. However, asides from visiting your Muslim friends to eat Salah meat, there are other ways to celebrate. If you need suggestions on what to do today as a non-Muslim, we have some tips for you. Check below for ways you can celebrate today as a non-Muslim.

·         Show yourself some love

This is especially for those that are too busy to take good care of themselves. If you cannot remember the last time you gave yourself a treat, then this is the right time. If you have not slept well for a while, take a break to sleep and relax your body. You can also order food or buy a gift for yourself. Celebrate yourself for your hard work. Learn to show love to yourself as much as you can.

·         Show love to another person

It is good to show love to not just yourself but also those around you. You may send gifts to your Muslim friends or to any supportive friend. You may order food for someone or take someone out. Try to show love to someone today.

·         Spend quality time with family

Have you been too busy for your family? Well, it is a good day to take a break and chill with your family. Chill at home, and spend quality time with your family. You can stay indoors all day with your family or take your family out. As a man, you can decide to cook for the family, or have a family movie time. You can also play games together. Just ensure you have a great time with your family.

·         Help Someone in Need

Do you know anyone in need? Try to help them. Put a smile on the face of someone today. Go out of your way to help someone. You may make donations to an orphanage home or buy food for the less-privilege. Just try to be as good as you can today.

As you try to celebrate, it is essential to stay safe during this Covid-19 pandemic. Kindly ensure that you stay safe and protect yourself against Covid-19 in whatsoever you have decided to do. Wear your facemask and use your hand sanitizer. If you feel ill with any Covid-19 symptoms, it is advisable you don’t visit anyone and stay indoors. If the symptoms persist, reach out to the relevant agency in your state.

Bear in mind that all the suggestions above involve spreading kindness and happiness as you celebrate with the Muslims. Therefore, spread kindness and happiness to yourself and to those around you.

If you have any other suggestions, kindly share them with us in the comment section. Thank you!

Happy Salah!

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