It is the weirdest feeling but I am sure, all women around the world have felt 'ugly' before. It’s not as if your face or body changes day by day (generally) but sometimes you look at yourself in the mirror and you just see all your flaws…. Then, at other times those same flaws seem … Continue reading Do you ever go through an ‘ugly’ stage?
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As a school teacher but not yet a parent, I feel somewhat responsible for the teaching of little minds. I know I am only with them for half the day and then they are returned back to their parents, but I see them in situations their parents never do and truth be told, I actually … Continue reading Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.
Well, it's a place I love so much for many incredible reasons, it really is so unique in its culture and people but honestly speaking, I genuinely hate it, too. More often than not you will hear me say, "ARGHHHHH I hate this place!" which being married to an Egyptian sometimes can be taken personally. … Continue reading What’s it like living in Egypt?
I just read this quote and after struggling with what on Earth to write about recently, I knew I had to reflect on this. Whenever I think about self disciplined people I think of those who are health freaks, those who take care of their bodies to the maximum or perhaps religious people (not necessarily … Continue reading The pain of self discipline is so much better than the pain of regret.
If there's one thing I have learned recently is that no two days are the same, yet they are also somehow identical. Is this my hormonal brain talking or do I have a point? Actually, I'm not sure but what I am trying to say is that although your bedroom around you looks the same... … Continue reading Everything you are going through is preparing you for everything you asked for.
Such a nice read before Ramadan!
Just as the trees need water to grow, the soul needs the Qur’an to nurture it. Qur’an helps nourish the soul, body and mind, reminding us constantly of our purpose in the world, as well as protecting us from shaytan. Let’s take a quick look at some points about the Holy Qur’an that every Muslim ought to know. They are easy to remember and quite interesting. Here we go!
1. The word Qur’an means ‘The Recitation’.
2. The Quran is also called- Al Furqaan (The Criterion of Judgement), Al-Kitaab (the book), Al-Karim (the noble), Al- Noor (the light), and Al-Huda (right guidance).
3. It has 114 chapters; 30 Juz (parts), 540 paragraphs and 6236 verses.
4. The Quran was first revealed in the Cave of Hira in Mecca to our beloved Prophet (pbuh) at the age of 40.
5. The Quran was revealed on a night called the Night…
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SubhanAllah! What a powerful story!
Lastnight, a dead fly landed in my coffee so I took it out (ok, my husband did) and then I drank it. Why? Not because I am disgusting... Or lazy to make a fresh one... Not because I like insects/have no feelings of disgust towards them... Nor because I am bracing myself to go on … Continue reading Religious people are crazy.
I love doing tags! There's something about answering unique questions that I like and I was tagged by the amazing Adila M Karol. Her blog is SO amazing from creative D-I-Y, to Islamic reminders to her amazing reflections on life... I love reading her blog ❤ The rules for the tag are as follows:- * Answer the … Continue reading The Blue Sky Tag!
nMany times we have heard others criticize Islam (both Muslims & non Muslims) and say Islam is too STRICT, too BARBARIC, too MUCH and too EXTREME. But very rarely have I heard someone disbelieve in Islam because it is TOO LENIANT – until today. I was reading a story (on Facebook) about a prostitute who … Continue reading You can be smart and still be ignorant as hell.