Staying connected during challenging times

Any act of communion with family during the Holy Month is a blessing, both in the eyes of God, and for you as family is one of the greatest gifts we have in this world. Ramadan is the perfect time to rekindle relationships with family and friends. This year while social distancing is a must due to COVID-19, that does not mean that you cannot be in touch with your loved ones. In fact now the need for spiritual, social and human connection becomes all the more important. So while you do not visit your friends and relatives, make it a point to call and chat with them.

Ramadan Words
He who does not show compassion to our young, nor honour our elders, is not from us.” 

Iftar Recipe: By Kehkashan Ayyub



½ cup oats

1 cup almond milk

¼ cup purple sweet potato puree

 ¼ tsp cardamom powder 

2 tbsp maple syrup or honey


Measure all the ingredients in a bowl.

Place the bowl in the fridge for at least an hour, preferably for overnight, top with shredded coconut, nuts and fruits of your choice and is ready to serve.