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Are You Looking for Love? (True Experience)

How would you describe L.O.V.E.? For you what is L.O.V.E.? These are frequently asked questions in all ages and in all places. For sure, each one has his/her own description. Each one  has his/her own encounter with this very meaningful word that makes the entire world go round… But could someone really grasp its full …

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An American Non-Muslim Hijabi Shares Her Story

I am an American non-Muslim woman who has chosen to wear the hijab. Yes, you did read that correctly! I am not conducting an experiment on what the hijab is like or trying to explore the lives of Muslims. I have made a permanent life decision to only show my face and hands while in …

Adam

Adam, the Abandoned Baby Who Changed My Life

A Malaysian young woman adopts an abandoned baby and speaks to the world. The disadvantaged in society holds a special place in Islam. The Prophet (PBUH) set innumerable examples of how to treat the less fortunate. While Islamic teachings encourage productivity and self-reliance, they also lay a strong emphasis on the concept of charity and …

housewives

For Desperate Housewives: Tricks for Happiness

Are you a “stay-at-home” mom who finds herself overwhelmed with household responsibilities? Are you bored of everyday chores that you have to undertake? Do you feel like trapped in your own house? If you are a stay-at-home wife or mother, if you feel like you are stuck in a boring daily routine, you have to …

Muslim moms

Muslim Moms Turn Talents into Business

Women who choose to be stay-at-home moms often put their own passions, talents, and skills on hold for a few to several years, depending on how many children they have. It can be a bit frustrating when the demands of child care and homemaking consume nearly every moment of the day, as often happens when …

The Day I Felt Defeated (True Story)

If the value of humans does not lie in good conduct and nobleness, humans are of no value. This is because education and wealth contribute nothing to one’s merit unless accompanied by exemplary manners. The very purpose of education is frustrated when it fails to equip knowledge-seekers with discipline and decency. And wealth, on the …



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