Keeping up with Ramadan TV, here's a tale from the Qaran
featuring Hagar, Sahar and Egrama; the 'blessings' of unemployment;
and staying with Ramadan, a look into the fascinating Taraweeh or
night time prayer -what is it all about?
#Ramadan Arabian Nights #2012 : Hagar, Sahar and Egrama-8
Sorry for the delay as I was watching the London 2012 Olympics Opening ceremony. Here is the 410th night of our Arabian Radio night , our 8th night in the Hagar , Sahar and Egrama saga. This episode is very interesting for real guys , new action , new magic.
What captures me most during the Holy Month of Ramadan is the Taraweeh.
These are special prayers featuring recitations of the Qur'an after 'Isha (the last evening prayer).
From the Arabic word meaning rest and relax, the Taraweeh are long prayers, sometimes lasting over an hour. They are performed at the mosque, where the congregation prays and listens to passages from the Qur'an.
A couple of moths ago, I was very frustrated when I became unemployed & couldn’t find a suitable job. I felt very active/hyper & wanted to do something in my life even if it was for just a couple of hours per day. I wanted to feel important not useless.