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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 [email protected]

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The Genuine Power of a Smile

The Genuine Power of a Smile

Prophet Muhammad taught us that the smile is a gift of joy; an emotional gift, not a material one – a gift whose substance is received by the heart. He taught us to apply a smile to every occasion where a smile can bring cheer, lighten the mood, or reduce the stress that people are feeling.

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Who Said Teens Are Monsters?

Who Said Teens Are Monsters?

Picture for a moment a young child who has never tasted sweets. Now imagine letting this three year- old loose in a sweets store. What do you think will happen? Now take another three year- old who has been allowed to have sweets at times, and who doesn’t live in a home where the candy …

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Wearing Hijab in Summer … The Question and Answer

Answering Why Muslim Women Wear Hijab in Summer

Muslim women wearing hijab in non-Muslim or Western countries oftentimes spend their days enduring the rudeness of being stared at, mocked or sometimes even physically assaulted. Unfortunately this is part of the every-day life of many hijab-wearing Muslim women, which can sometimes include an array of annoying questions that somehow seem to peak during the …

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3 Weeks After Ramadan – Now What?

3 Weeks After Ramadan – Now What?

What happens after Ramadan is over? In a natural sense, we know that seasons change. There’s winter, spring, summer, and fall; similarly, we experience fluctuating phases in our spirituality. When Ramadan ends many of us are consumed with the innate fear that our spirituality may diminish, oftentimes accompanied by a sense of sadness to see …

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