Tag Archives: Ramadan

CORONAVIRUS DIARIES Week #55: Celebrating Ramadan amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.“ – Jimmy Dean- Today marks the 390th day of our COVID-19 Pandemic journey. The Ramadan period is near as we enter a new month. COVID-19 cases in the country continue to surge. I want to remind…

Disrupted Peace

It’s the first time in years of my stay here in Kuwait that I felt alarmed because of Friday prayers‘ suicide bombing at the mosque. How unfortunate to realize the truth – in a house of prayer, a place that silence means reverence, someone intended to shake the foundation of faith. A multi-award-winning blogger and…

Wishing you a Holy Ramadan 2015

Ramadan is the Holy Month for all Muslims around the world and during my first Ramadan here in Kuwait, it was not an easy adjustment for me – as I love food, juices and coffee. But over the years, I learned to observe and practice the things an expat has to do during Ramadan. A…

Time of work during Ramadan in Kuwait

It is notable to share that during the Islam holy month of Ramadan, Kuwaiti law does not differentiate between Muslims and non-Muslims on work time or schedule of work. A multi-award-winning blogger and advocate for OFWs and investment literacy; recipient of the Mass Media Advocacy Award, Philippine Expat Blog Award, and Most Outstanding Balikbayan Award….

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