All Muslims around the world who are celebrating Eid al-Adha. It marks the end of the pilgrimage of Hajj performed each year by millions of Muslims who journey from all corners of the world to Mecca as a testament to their faith. It is also a celebration of fellowship and love.
Muslims from all walks of life join their neighbors and friends at their local mosques, community centers, and homes to pray, give alms, exchange gifts, and recommit to helping others. Food and gifts are distributed to those in need as families and children reflect on their fortune.
May the spirits of community, togetherness, principled service, and compassionate generosity bring good tidings to those celebrating.