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You're listening to the productive Muslim podcast season two episode five
Assalamu alaikum productive Muslims. Welcome to the show. I'm your host, Meredith and I'm here with season two, the pre Ramadan boot camp. So now we're up to Episode Five of this boot camp. And the whole purpose of this boot camp is to help you best prepare for this Blizzard month.
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And let's get started with our lesson today. So today we are already two thirds finished with our Ramadan readiness test. So first we started off with the spiritual fitness test. And then we went on to completing the physical fitness test. And now today we're going to be doing the social fitness test. Now this test is going to be seeing how socially productive you are. And the link for this test you can find on our show notes. And the specific Show Notes for this episode that you're listening to now is productive Muslim podcast.com slash s two e five. Now on a side note there is also a very interesting article that has been written by Mohammed Faris and it's called the
spirituality verse productivity debate during Ramadan. So this is a thought provoking article which speaks about the debate between Muslim professionals that happens every year regarding Ramadan so the divide is between the spiritual camp and the pragmatic camp. So the spiritual camp says that Ramadan is the month of spirituality. So first, we should focus all our efforts on fasting prayers, charity, different acts of worship and take time out of our work if possible in order to make the most out of Ramadan. The pragmatic camp argues that we should be practical about Ramadan and to reduce our spiritual commitment so that we can maintain productivity in the workplace. So this is a
interesting read do check it out and I will include a link to this in our show notes as well. And remember when you're doing the social fitness test today, do take note of any questions that trigger your thoughts or make you realize something and let us know Once this is completed in our show notes. So again, to sum it up, go ahead to our show notes productive Muslim podcast.com slash s to E five take the social fitness test. So that's all for me today. I'll speak to you again tomorrow inshallah. Until then, remember, work hard and be sincere