Kind messages to share with friends and family this Ramadan (Picture: Getty)
Ramadan 2023 is now upon us, with millions of Muslims observing a month of fasting and prayer from today [DATE].
Ramadan is a hugely important time for people in the Islamic faith, as it is said to be honouring when Allah gave the first chapters of the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad in 610.
While they are fasting, you might want to share some supportive Ramadan quotes and messages with friends and family.
Here, Metro.co.uk has rounded up the best Ramadan wishes to share with loved onses.
Quotes to celebrate Ramadan
‘Through prayer, fasting, and studying, God will answer.’ – Monica Johnson
‘We are all born with spiritual wings, Islam simply reminds us how to fly.’ – A Helwa
Muslims cannot eat during daylight while observing Ramadan (Picture: Getty Images)
‘In His infinite mercy, Allah has sent the light of Ramadan to erase the night. He has sent the month of the Qur’an so that He might elevate us and bring us from our isolation to His nearness.’ – Yasmine Mogahed
‘The philosophy of fasting calls upon us to know ourselves, to master ourselves, and to discipline ourselves the better to free ourselves. To fast is to identify our dependencies, and free ourselves from them.’ – Tariq Ramadan
Messages to celebrate Ramadan
O Allah, allow us to witness Ramdan, benefit from it, use it to earn your mercy, and emancipation from the Fire.
Make this Ramadan the turning point in your life. break free from the deceptions of this world and indulge into the sweetness of Iman.
I wish you a blessed and prosperous Ramadan.
May Allah give you all the happiness and success and guide you to the right path.
I hope this Ramadan brings you happiness and peace.
Wishing you a blessed Ramadan that will inspire you with courage and strength to help you win every challenge of life!
May God bless your path with knowledge and light that will help to enlighten your heart.
How to greet someone during Ramadan
You can exchange Ramadan greetings by saying ‘Ramadan Kareem’ which translates into ‘have a generous Ramadan.’
Other messages include ‘Ramadan Mubarak’ which roughly translates into ‘Happy Ramadan.’
On the last day of Ramadan, Eid-al-fitr, the greeting changes to Eid Mubarak.
After a month of fasting, families and friends will celebrate with a feast. (Picture: Getty)
Eid is a more celebratory occasion, so you can simply wish someone a good or happy Eid, as Ramadan ends with a huge feast and a time to exchange gifts and goodwill.
In 2023, Eid is expected to fall on either Thursday, 20 April 2023 or Friday, 21 April 2023.