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Default Eid Al Adha: Love it or Hate it?

No matter how old we are, which part of the world we occupy, or even what we believe in, we’re thrilled for the long vacation that is Eid Al Adha . To those of you who get confused which Eid that is (just like me), that’s usually the Long one, with the meat lying around everywhere, that doesn’t come right after Ramadan. There’s something special about that certain feast even though there is no kahk involved. Some people wait anxiously every year to see how much money they’ll make from collecting their Eideyas, others wait to eat meat on that particular day (maybe because they can’t afford it on any other day), and some take it as a very good excuse to travel and get away from all the crowdedness. I asked a group of friends what they disliked about Eid Al Adha and I got a lot of different responses.
For example, a group of people hate how crowded it gets on waa’fa (Eid’s eve), hate the smell and look of all the poor dead cattle on the sides of the streets, hate waking up too early for the prayers and slaughtering, hate the fact that they have to text or call EVERYONE they know just to say “kol sana wento tayebeen”, hate the fact that there isn’t much to do if you don’t travel somewhere, and hate having to go visit their relatives/ grandparents just so to make sure they’re ok.
But when I stopped to think about each and every response, I was SURE someone else out there thought differently.
Think of the crowdedness as God’s way of slowing speeding drivers down, helping out that poor shop owner to sell half of his inventory just to be able to survive next month’s bills (and at the same time, giving people that BRAND NEW head to toe look), uniting people on one day just to do almost the same exact thing, and helping you appreciate Friday mornings when all the streets are empty.
When the awful smell and the scene of the slaughtered animals get to you, think of the less fortunate person that plans Eid Al Ahda MONTHS ahead, promising his wife and children that they’ll get to have meat for what might be the very first time, think of that one person that’s trying to make it as a butcher but unfortunately doesn’t get the chance to be one except on Eid, and of that one lucky farmer that preps up all this cattle just to sell them and fulfill his life’s purpose as well.
When your dad brutally pulls you out of bed at 5 am just to get you to pray, think of that bond you’re forming at this very early hour, not only between you and your father, but with God and everyone else that was praying with you on that day as well.
When you start to whine about calling/ visiting your friends or relatives, be glad they’re still alive, be glad you have them in the first place, and be glad you’re still on speaking terms with them because other people simply would kill for what you have (by the way, A LOT of people told me they loved the Eid spirit because that’s the only time of year that they know they’ll get a sweet phone call and maybe even a visit from an unexpected person, so let that be YOU).
When you simply can’t get out of town, and all your Eid plans blew up in your face, remember there will ALWAYS be something good to watch on TV whether it’s the funny Adel Imam plays or Ahmed Helmy’s blockbusters.
This year we won’t sit and sulk, our stomachs won’t turn when we see a headless ox running down the street (EEEW!), and we won’t try to get out of the so called “family re-union”, because now we know for a FACT that someone else’s happiness is depending on those tiny gestures, so let’s just make others happy for a change!

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Eid Ul Aza comes after a year for Muslims and brings happiness for all. So, We should to love with it.
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