Life, in many ways, is a vast combination of myriad experiences. Some of these remain with us for years together, touching our lives in innumerable, indeed, indecipherable ways, at times subtle, at ti
Another pleasure for children is when they have a chance to help their parents to prepare the dish for ifthar/break the fasting. Let them prepare the dishes, and help themselves to serve other. Throug
“So do you believe in God?” The costumer asked the hairdresser. “No, God doesn’t exist” the hair dresser answered, “if there was God then there wouldn’t be any misery in the world.”
If I don’t eat on time on a normal day I start getting headaches, which stay For the whole day and beyond
Ramadan is a time of inner tranquillity and outer calm. The experience that we as Muslims partake in is dependent partly dependent on where we live. I live in London, and whilst the days are long, and
Alhamdulilah, my husband was fortunate to be granted admission to study at Harvard University in the United States of America. After much deliberation, we decided to embark on this journey of learnin
It always amazes me how children can so unobtrusively teach us truths. I was once a silent spectator to an unforgettable lesson a six year old girl taught me on a salient feature of Ramadan.
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