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Deana Nassar

Deana Nassar is a published writer. As a mother of four, in her home she’s the sole expert on all things related to marriage, children’s psychology, motherhood and creative survival. She loves charity work, reading and writing poetry, and is mostly known for writing articles discussing family and social issues, faith, freedom, and purpose that comes through God. She can be reached at

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I remember my late father telling me as a child a beautiful story where the companions worked hard to reach khushu’ during their prayers...

Searching for Spirituality in Prayer?

Too many of us have sadly become slaves to the habit of praying, doing so in a mechanical and thoughtless manner, and it’s this thoughtlessness which differentiates those who have grasped the concept of complete submission to those who yes have submitted and prayed but have let their thoughts wonder elsewhere.


Islam imposes no hardships on anyone. It is repeated often enough in the Quran that no person shall bear a burden more than they can handle.

Is Islam Really Easy for Reverts?

God guides us during this journey and once the Shahadah, or declaration of faith, has been publicly confirmed, some may be left wondering what do you do next? Many reverts are left stranded after reciting the Shahadah and thinking what have I done? Did I jump in hastily into something where I will fail miserably?


Remember that any good deed done during the first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah is rewarded tenfold and now is the time to examine our intentions.

Best Days of the Year: What to Do This Year?

With the current turmoil where I live, the upcoming 10 days of Dhul Hijjah will give me, personally, time to reflect on where I stand at this point and what can be done to improve myself. My willingness to examine my own possible biases is an important step in understanding the roots of stereotypes and prejudice…


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