26 Jun A Time For Spiritual Reflection & Gratitude
We interviewed our Muslim co-workers and some observers of the Ramadan – the month-long tradition of fasting and spiritual reflection before Eid – on what it means to them.
Every year, over 1 billion people around the world celebrate Ramadan — a month-long tradition of fasting and spiritual reflection before the fast-breaking Eid.
But it is also a time for gratitude. To appreciate the simpler things in life: Health. Family. Loved Ones. Comfort. Humanity. Food on the table.
Seven percent of Mindvalley employees are Muslims, and this year many of our foreign team members were able to experience the Ramadan festivity with them. We also had a fast-breaking dinner at our HQ as part of our cultural celebration.
So we decided to record the event and interview some of our Muslim co-workers as well as some observers of the tradition on what it means to them.
Source : http://www.mindvalley.com/blog/mindvalley/a-time-for-spiritual-reflection-and-gratitude/