British Hajj Pilgrim Feels Extremely Blessed To Be One In a Million

British Hajj Pilgrim Feels “Extremely Blessed”

To Be One In a Million

British Hajj Pilgrim Feels "Extremely Blessed" To Be One In a Million

LONDON: A British pilgrim who is one of the 1 million people doing Hajj
this year said she feels “very blessed.”

Sarah Rana, a management consultant, and the chartered surveyor is going
on Hajj for the first time. She said she feels “special and honored” to be a part
of the annual gathering.

This year’s Hajj will be the first pilgrimage after the pandemic that is
open to people from other countries. One million people will take part,
as people all over the world start traveling again.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2019, about 2.5 million people went on Hajj.
In 2020 and 2021, about 1,000 and 60,000 people from inside the Kingdom went on Hajj.

During the pandemic, the chartered surveyor said she started thinking about
going to Hajj when she read more of the Qur’an and learned more about the
life of the Prophet Muhammad.

“A lot of the emotional processing” has been completed, and ana is now
focusing on her physical preparation for the journey ahead,
which begins with her flight to the Kingdom on Friday.

“It’s not going to be easy at 45 degrees.” What a huge impact that will have
Rana’s hands and feet begin to swell if the temperature rises above 30 degrees.

Walking the London Marathon was “a very different experience” for her than
walking in the heat, despite the fact that she did it last year.
So I’m not going to take it for granted. “I’m contemplating it.”

British Hajj Pilgrim

As for Rana’s Hajj preparations, she says she’s “quite well prepared”
thanks to advice from family and friends.

“I’ve been stocking up on clothing.

The more expensive items were more uncomfortable,
in my opinion. Rana said, “So, I’m going to take my
practical things with me.

Supplications that pilgrims make during Hajj,
especially on the ninth day of Dhu Al-Hijjah,
are accepted by Muslims, they believe.

Rana is a firm believer that God is aware of her wants and
needs and will provide for them. She will be praying for her children,
for a good life, and for financial independence in the remaining years of her life.

She explained that Hajj is a new beginning for her and a way to put the past behind her.
For me, turning 50 this year is a time of closure and the beginning of something new, whatever that something new is. “It’s extremely significant.”

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