Ramadan is a special time for all Muslims where we abandon some of our normal routines and habits and take a step back to think, fast and reflect.
We at New Horizons also ask our friends and colleagues from across the different faith groups, as well as those without a religion, to take a moment to reflect. It could be to reflect on the past year, a particular spiritual theme or a social issue.
We call these daily collection of thoughts, 'Ramadan Bites'...
Day 1: Hirra Khan Adeogun, #WudhuChallenge
Day 2: Bishop Alastair Redfern, Modern Slavery
Day 3: Nima Suchak, My Hindu Grandfather fasted for Ramadan
Day 4: Dr Shehzad Saleem, Controlling your Anger
Day 5: Manish Verma, Stupid Questions Manish Verma, Stupid Questions
Day 6: Liz Arif Fear, Get Involved!
Day 7: Myriam Hajjaji, My Dreams
Day 8: Zara Chechi, Meditation
Day 9: Catherine Orsborn, Sharing Food in America
Day 10: Amara Bhimani, Religion or Custom?
Day 11: Soraya Farrag, Negative Thoughts
Day 12: Olivia Marks-Woldman, Friendship
Day 13: Hifsa Haroon-Iqbal, It's Good to Talk
Day 14: Maryam Khan, Ramadan and Exams
Day 15: Hend Ahmed, Choosing Food
Day 16: Sofia Rehman, She Who Disputes
Day 17: Rupal Rajani, Mutual Respect
Day 18: Saima Majid, Community
Day 19: Ismael Lee South, A Multicultural Religion
Day 20: Batool Abdulkareem, The Soul
Day 21: Dr Luman Ali, A Life Lesson
Day 22: Ashiedu Joel, Lent
Day 23: Rehana Sidat, Depression
Day 24: Miriam Arksuh Lorie, The Natural World
Day 25: Naved Siddiqi, Silence
Day 26: Ben Brown, Lose your power
Day 27: Kartar Singh, Dedication to my Imam Brother
Day 28: Riaz Khan, Materialism into Spiritualism
Day 29: Yasmin Surti, Sustainable Charity