I apologize for absenting myself for so long, but I was busy in my term examinations at the university. Now when they are a thing of the past, I'm here again.
During the holy month, there's a common complaint that people just don't get enough time to perform their daily work. However, there's also a general environment of laziness all around. For me, I also have experienced this. When I wake up in the morning and getting off with Fajr, I'm like dying for a sleep and this has led me to get late a number of times from my classes. In the afternoons, I feel like sleeping my life out, but can't get enough of it.
I remember when I was at school, there was this Sri lankan teacher who would fume at any instance of lethargy ever displayed by a student during the month of Ramadan. He used to lecture us on the need to keep working hard and working harder in Ramadan, saying that God didn't meant Ramadan to be a sleeping month!!! :) But I suppose it was utopia, as how much may one try, it's really really hard to get over the temptation to sleep. Atleast that has been the case with me :) And yes, this habbit cost me in terms of compromised performance during exam time.