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Spirituality

  1. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    15 Jun '18 01:38 / 1 edit
    Happy Eid Mubark to anyone and everyone who celebrates it in any way. For my family here where I live, just like at Easter and Christmas, it is a time for visiting neighbours, friends and - above all - family.

    Here are some ways to send someone best wishes at this time - if necessary:

    Happy Eid Mubark to everyone. May you all have a very happy and blessed Eid. Enjoy these amazing days and remember those who need our help.

    Happy Eid and Happy Holidays to Everyone!

    Eid Mubarak. May Allah blessings be with you today, tomorrow and always.

    I hope you enjoy each and every moment of it. May God accept our fasts and prayers.

    May this special day brings peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone. Eid Mubarak!

    On Eid al-Fitr, I pray that Allah's choicest blessings and love be showered upon you.

    On Eid al-Fitr, I wish you a joyous celebration and showers of Allah's blessings.

    May Allah’s blessings be showered on you on this Eid al-Fitr!

    On Eid ul-Fitr, wish that Allah’s blessings light up the path and lead to happiness, peace and success. Happy Eid!

    All the loving wishes for you today to bring much happiness your way. Eid greetings!

    I wish you the gift of faith, the blessing of hope, and the peace of his love at Eid and always.

    May Allah accept your good deeds, forgive your transgressions and sins, and ease the suffering of all people around the globe.

    My well wishes, my good wishes for you are the just prayers for your long happy life from God on this noble event. Wish you a very Happy Eid Mubarak, my dear.

    May God give you happiness of heaven above. Happy Eid Mubarak To You All.

    May the day delight and the moments measure all the special joys for all of you to treasure. May the year ahead be fruitful too, for your home and family and especially for you. Happy Eid Mubarak To You!

    May this day bring peace and smoothness in your life, may it provide you the best time of your life. Happy Eid day!!!

    May the good times and treasures of the present become the golden memories of tomorrow. Wish you lots of love, joy and happiness.

    Eid days are meant to celebrate the goals and the achievements that make you happiest. The ideals you believe in, the dream you love the best. Eid Mubarak.

    Wish you a Happy Eid and may this festival bring abundant joy and happiness in your life!
    Eid Mubarak to all Muslims around the world and may the blessings of Allah be with you today, tomorrow and always.

    It’s a day of rejoice and bliss; it’s a day of blessing and peace; it’s a day to reflect and ponder; it’s a day to celebrate together!

    May the blessings of Allah fill your life with happiness and open all the doors of success now and always. Eid Mubarak!

    Many are the wishes that are being sent your way, but this is a special one for a very happy Eid Day.

    I wish you all a very happy and peaceful Eid. May Allah accept your good deeds, forgive your transgressions and ease the suffering of all peoples around the globe. Eid Mubarak!

    May the magic of this Eid brings lots of happiness in your life and may you celebrate it with all your close friends and may it fill your heart with love.


    From the Latin Times (US).
  2. 15 Jun '18 01:56
    I appreciate your cultural awareness. ^^

    Did you give your wife a nice eidi, FMF?
  3. Standard member Velns
    Latvian Trickster
    15 Jun '18 05:54
    Originally posted by @philokalia
    I appreciate your cultural awareness. ^^
    Gratitude at your appreciative observations may possibly be a little tardy in its forthcoming considering he lives in Indonesia. I thought we all knew that, but maybe you didn’t.
  4. Standard member Ghost of a Duke
    Zen Master
    15 Jun '18 06:42
    Originally posted by @philokalia
    I appreciate your cultural awareness. ^^

    Did you give your wife a nice eidi, FMF?
    It appears you are less appreciated in this thread.
  5. 15 Jun '18 08:55
    In Farsi, mobarakhe means "congratulations."

    So the thread reads "Happy Eid Congratulations."

    But admittedly, I have no idea if that is ungrammatical when the rubber hits the road down in J Town.
  6. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    15 Jun '18 10:05
    Originally posted by @philokalia
    In Farsi, mobarakhe means "congratulations."

    So the thread reads "Happy Eid Congratulations."
    The thread title is in English and not Farsi. "Eid" means "celebration" and refers to the event itself and the word "Mubarak" means "blessed". So the English language thread title means something along the lines of Have a happy (and) blessed celebration.
  7. Standard member wolfgang59
    Infidel
    15 Jun '18 10:42
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Happy Eid Mubark to all
    Heathens!

    Jesus Christ will cut off your genitals and feed them to Mohamed. (according to Confucius.)
  8. Standard member Rajk999
    Enjoying
    15 Jun '18 12:18
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Happy Eid Mubark to anyone and everyone who celebrates it in any way. For my family here where I live, just like at Easter and Christmas, it is a time for visiting neighbours, friends and - above all - family.

    Here are some ways to send someone best wishes at this time - if necessary:

    Happy Eid Mubark to everyone. May you all have a very happy and ...[text shortened]... l your close friends and may it fill your heart with love.


    From the Latin Times (US).
    Happy Eid Mubark.
  9. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    15 Jun '18 13:57
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Eid Mubarak!
    Allah yubarak feek.
  10. Subscriber Tom Wolsey
    Aficionado of Prawns
    15 Jun '18 15:44
    Almawt lilkifaar
  11. 16 Jun '18 00:17
    Originally posted by @fmf
    The thread title is in English and not Farsi. "Eid" means "celebration" and refers to the event itself and the word "Mubarak" means "blessed". So the English language thread title means something along the lines of Have a happy (and) blessed celebration.
    But Mubarak is not an English word. it is a foreign word.

    You are making it sound like the event is called "Eid Mubarak" and not Eid.

    This fails.

    Also, do note that "mubarak" is also connected to "congratulations" in Arabic:
    https://en.bab.la/dictionary/english-arabic/congratulations

    But... I guess the thread title does say

    "Mubark."
  12. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    16 Jun '18 03:08
    Originally posted by @philokalia
    But Mubarak is not an English word. it is a foreign word.

    You are making it sound like the event is called "Eid Mubarak" and not Eid.

    This fails.

    Also, do note that "mubarak" is also connected to "congratulations" in Arabic:
    https://en.bab.la/dictionary/english-arabic/congratulations

    But... I guess the thread title does say

    [b]"Mubark."
    [/b]
    The thread title means more or less "Have a happy (and) blessed celebration". I tend to be descriptive when it comes to the language people out there actually use rather than prescriptive. The expression "Happy Eid Mubarak" is widely used and widely understood. Thank you for your comments on Farsi and on Arabic.
  13. 16 Jun '18 04:06
    Originally posted by @fmf
    The thread title means more or less "Have a happy (and) blessed celebration". I tend to be descriptive when it comes to the language people out there actually use rather than prescriptive. The expression "Happy Eid Mubarak" is widely used and widely understood. Thank you for your comments on Farsi and on Arabic.
    You're welcome.

    Happy Eid Congratulations.
  14. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    16 Jun '18 04:48
    Originally posted by @philokalia
    Happy Eid Congratulations.
    Where I am it's more like Happy Eid Celebrations.
  15. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster