My Inner Monologue

    As We Play Along In Their Lil’ Worlds…

    GIF via Andy Kennedy

    I grew up listening to my parents, aunts and uncles recall fond memories of being chased by their mom, flip-flop held aloft.  Apparently, it was the norm to receive a smack ’round their heads or bottoms with an iloshifathi in order to “discipline” them of their quirks. My parents, however, kept their hands and slippers to themselves while I was growing up, leaving me with no such memories to recall or write in this article. Continue Reading

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    Dream, Dua, Do

    via Pinterest How often do we remember to glorify Allah سبحانه و تعالى when our life is at ease? Yet, we never fail to turn to Him when calamity and distress…

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    Know Thyself

    Between Friends, September 28, 2012 This post is the third part of the series ‘Musings For The Ardent Soul’ in which I aim to radiate benevolence via these documentations. I have always been a resilient…

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    For The Fullness Of Your Life

    via Heyokyay This post is the second part of the series ‘Musings For The Ardent Soul’ in which I aim to radiate benevolence via these documentations. She opens her wardrobe. An array of…

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    Nurturing Your Soul

    “What did you learn in school today?” is a question we dutifully ask our youngsters, yet fail to inquire ourselves about. Life, itself, is the greatest teacher of all, and being…