An account of an Arab upbringing
The things a teenager hears covers all aspects of everything from manners to your dressing style. And I know most of the difficulties and expectations they have to meet can sometimes be, unimaginable! Let me list Continue reading “My Viewpoint on Teens’ Lifestyle”
I’ve always thought that being a Hijabi is like walking around with a ginormous billboard on
Continue reading “To Fit The Look”
One’s journey in overcoming depression
They say depression is in the mind, that it can be inherited. They say that pills
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Paying homage to the country that raised us
Picture it, East Africa, 1964, two newly established nations just emerging from the grasps of colonization, came together putting in what little they had in hopes of creating something bigger, stronger and long lasting .
Forward 53 years later those two nations are no more, what stands in place is one brimming pot rich in diversity (in more ways than one), culture, history and most importantly acceptance. Tanzania, a union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, a union that instilled
Continue reading “We Are The Poor”
We all need a listening ear
We have recently added our Facebook link to our social media menu. Be sure to visit our account for more information and updates.
The account comes with a newly opened page designed to be a platform for sisters to share their concerns in a welcoming environment, where support and advice can be offered. When we say sisters we mean ALL, if you carry that XX chromosome, this is for you.
Muslimahs Advise and Support @The.helpful.muslimah
Opened by us for all.
Singlehood , Noodles and self love
14th April – “Black Day”, South Korea’s answer for single people. A day they literally mourn their singleness by
Continue reading “When Single Minds Meet..”