5 things that I learned from my recent trip to Pakistan

With a super messy house around , I’m sitting with my 3rd mug of chaye here- Nayel and Haya playing and I thought of sharing 5 things that I learned from my recent trip to Pakistan: . 1. Travel. Don’t be scared of going around. Don’t wait for tomorrow or when your kids will grow … Continue reading 5 things that I learned from my recent trip to Pakistan

8 Types Of Desi Mango Eaters

With the mango season on full boom, I thought of writing this blog for every single mango fan! Read and place yourself in the category ! Also tag your friends and family 1. The clean slate: These people make sure not even a single atom of mango pulp is left. Pora safaya. They respect mangoes … Continue reading 8 Types Of Desi Mango Eaters

Chapter 6: *Family ties*

*Ramadan series - Day 6* *Family ties* The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever would like his rizq (provision) to be increased and his life to be extended, should uphold the ties of kinship.” (Bukhari and Muslim) The messenger of Allah connected a persons provisions to them keeping … Continue reading Chapter 6: *Family ties*

Chapter 5: Ramadan and Dua

・・・ Filling Our #Ramadan with #Dua: conditions for having our dues accepted and that which prevents them from being answers (halaqah notes) . Making dua is one of the best ways to spiritually grow. One of the beautiful things about dua is that there is no restriction on time, place, your state of purity, etc. … Continue reading Chapter 5: Ramadan and Dua

Ramadan day 4 *Letter to the Heart that is numb*

*Letter to the Heart that is numb* To the heart that is numb, Standing in taraweeh (Ramadan night prayers) while everyone is weeping – except you. Your friends talk about how exhilarating fasting is for them – but all you feel is irritation; and that is if you feel anything at all. Your duas are just words you … Continue reading Ramadan day 4 *Letter to the Heart that is numb*