Ramadan Youth Writing Prompt – Day 1: Your Goals for Ramadan

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Dear Readers: Each day in Ramadan, I am posting a prompt from my 2017 Ramadan Youth Journal, which is free to download for use in the home, the mosque, and elsewhere.

Please invite your children or students to post their responses below. I’d love to see their writing.

Did you answer the prompt, too? Feel free to add your thoughts. Let’s have fun with this.

Day #1: What are your goals for Ramadan? Discuss.


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  1. As-salamu Alaykum, Dear Readers – and Ramadan Mubarak! I’d love to know your goals for the month.

    Personally speaking, my usual Ramadan goal is to use my time more productively. Among other things, I have begun writing a series of books of interest to Muslim writers that I hope to make progress on this month, and I am also helping others with some of their writing projects.

    My older children have final exams this month, and I am proud of them for maintaining their fasts while studying long hours. I also have a five-year-old who desperately wants to fast with us!

    The house usually becomes a lot quieter with everyone fasting, so it is a good time to write and reflect on different matters. As writers, we can use our skills for many beneficial purposes, and writing in a journal is a great way to stimulate the mind and get into the habit of writing a little each day. Your ideas may then go on to form the basis of a story, blog post, or published article.

    Amel – MWC Admin
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  2. Ramadan Mubarak once again! It’s been a year since I wrote the above. This Ramadan, I am asking Muslims to pay more attention to their language. As writers, we have the responsibility to lead the way.

    If you’re looking for Qur’an study materials, Ramadan journals for different ages, and Ramadan books for children, check out this post as well.

    What are you working on this month?

    Insha’Allah, I will be editing a book and working on several medical translation projects. My goal is to stay productive while working on these tasks. It can be challenging in Ramadan to discern which time of the day (or night) is best for maximizing productivity.

    Do you face the same challenge?

    Amel – MWC Admin
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