Ramadhan Book Challenge

Alhamdulillah. Ramadhan is here again. It’s time to take our brains out of our stomachs and plant it in our hearts. Time to reflect. Many of the times in Ramadan, I am at work on usual hours and thus, apart from listening to the Quran, I like reading self-reflection books on faith and Islam. I am challenging myself (and anyone who would like to join … Continue reading Ramadhan Book Challenge

A Chapter A day: 21

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Al-Anbiya- The prophets.
Surah number 21, revealed in Makkah, verses 112.

This chapter gets its name form the numerous mentions of Gods prophets in its verses. sixteen of Allah’s Prophets have been mentioned either by name and or by certain main points of their qualities. It speaks of the Day of Judgement, fates of the disbelievers and the believers, and the mercy of God.

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Six Feet By Three 

The last ten days of Ramadhan. Holier and most glorious than all. Supplication and repentance fill the air. No better time to perform I’tikaaf, staying in a mosque, devoting oneself to ibadah and staying away from worldly affairs. I could try to talk about it, what goes through ones head, what it means, but I find poetry paints a better picture .

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Paying It Back

Ladies, fellow sisters (and the occasional gentleman) we all know of that monthly visitor we all have, you know whom I’m talking about, the one who doesn’t need an invitation and just pops up, whether you were expecting it or not. This guest goes by many names, usually of various relations; Aunt Flo, Cousin Cramps even Freddy. My personal favourite will have to be the “Red Wedding”. Whatever you call it

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