as you get older, i supposed you started to mellow down. what once was so important to you might not be so this time around.
i mean like rushing back to your village from the city for the aid was compulsory. Aid must be celebrated with your parents especially first thing in the morning wishing them aid Mubarak and asking for forgiveness.
now that you have become parents yourself, the important thing is still having all your members of the family together, now that the members are not your sisters and brothers but your sons and daughters.
we celebrated Aid Mubarak in putrajaya and only after the prayers we drove home to my mother inlaw's house in perak, where already waiting was my wife's two brothers and a sister with their families.
the journey was a breeze, no jams all the way. maybe insyallah, will do this again next year.
|for once, walking through the dataran putrajaya was like walking in medina with all nationalities going for the morning prayers.|
|and you thought there will be not so many people in the mosque?|
|the sermon by the prime Imam of the Putrajaya Mosque|
|See how "meriah" the aid mubarak was in the city. let's jom p makan!|