Eid Mubarak!

As far as you know nowadays are the feast days of the Muslims. We have fasted for 1 month and from yesterday on we started to eat delicious sweets, chocolates and Turkish baklavas. We are normally calling this feast "Ramazan Bayramı" in Turkish however some different minded people are calling "Şeker Bayramı". As you can understand "Ramazan Bayramı" means "Feast of Ramadan" or "Eid el-Fitr" We have fasted 1 month in Ramadan and we are rewarded with this feast so we are calling this feast "Ramazan Bayramı".

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"Şeker Bayramı" means "Feast of Candy" In Eid el-Fitr we are visiting our families, neighbours, friends and everyone who we know each other. We are kissing the hands of olders and the eyes of youngers. They are giving us some candy and baklavas in return so they are calling this feast "Şeker Bayramı" They are using this term because they are against Islam. They don't want to use Islamic sentences. Eid el-Fitr and Eid el-Adha are our religious holidays. 

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We came to our hometown, Afyonkarahisar, for this feast 4 days ago. We are spending this holiday with our relatives, friends and family however there are too many people who want to spend this holiday in holiday villages. According to me this is not acceptable according to Turkish and Islamic culture. You need to visit your olders in these eids. These religious holidays are not for going seasides!

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If you are Muslim then Eid Mubarak! 
If you are not Muslim then Happy Wednesday!

We are all brothers and sisters. We need to unite! We need to love each other. We need to smile always and to everyone! We need to go against to wars!

I am loving all of the createds for the Creator's sake!

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  1. ...and I hope that every day is a happy day for you and your family!

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  2. Thank you for your very interesting post. Learning about each other's countries; cultures, religions, traditions with an open mind, in all parts of the world, leads to a better understand of each other, something we have taught our son this since he was a small child. I wish you and your family much good will and peace.

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    1. Thanks Denise. I am thinking same with you. We are learning too many things via blogs.

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  3. Eid Mubarak. I hope you enjoy an amazing feast!

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    1. Thank you Brian! Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Happy Eid Mubarak xoxo Cris
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    1. Thanks for your visit Edisi. I am going to visit you back also!

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  6. Happy wonderful Eid to you and you families.

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