Today is the third of Raya and the first time I'm up and about since almost a week.
Believe it or not, I'm now recovering from Covid-19.
Been dodging it for three years and kena juga in the end. Sigh.
I'm drinking lots of warm lemon water, coconut water and Coke.
The Coke is for my sore throat, actually.
I'm still not 100 per cent okay, but can do a bit of work and do this little post.
As I said in my last post I don't really celebrate Raya like most people do and Covid made sure I didn't celebrate at all this year.
Heard others are going all out at it.
The PM and his people are going from state to state with it.
As if the country is already fine and dandy now.
Government has too much money, is it?
Why we want to celebrate anything when things are still tough for most people?
I'm not sure but it does seemed more and more like part of a political campaign for the coming states' elections.
Using government's money that is.
BN leaders used to do that with their funfair-style events disguised as government programme.
Didn't do them any good as we can see now.
Except for their own supporters, I don't know who really want to go to those events in the current hot and hazy weather.
There's the danger of Covid-19 too.
It's stupid anyway.
Islam doesn't teach Muslims to celebrate Raya that way.
For me, Raya is time for reflections and counting our blessings for what Allah bestowed in life - rezeki, family and love for each other.