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Ramadan reflection

This is beautiful & worth reading..
Very beneficial ...
------- Many of us feel inadequate this Ramadan. Long hours of fasting with short nights makes it hard for those of us who are parents of young kids, or those of us working full time, or those of us who are unable to fast, "FEEL" Ramadan. We can't do the extra worship we used to and even when we get in our extra Qur'an or pray in the mosque we can't even concentrate, so we end up just feeling lame.
But what we really need is a perspective shift.
We need to recognize that taking care of the future generation, providing financial support for ourselves and loved ones or taking care of our health are some of the highest forms of worship in and of themselves. We just need to make the intention and internally shift our perspectives.
Give yourself 5 minutes, just you and Allah swt. Sit and raise your hands and share what's in your heart with Him in your own words, even though He is well aware of it. Allow the bur…

Quotes of Umar ibn khatab RA

Some of the best quotes by "Ameerul Mu'mineen" Umar ibnul Khattab (ra), the second Khalifah of Islam 
"Get used to a tough life, for luxury does not last forever" — Umar ibnul Khattab (ra) 
"I have never regretted my silence. As for my speech I've regretted it many times"  —Umar ibnul Khattab (ra) 
“Allah loves moderation and hates extravagance and excess.”Umar Ibn Khattab (ra)
"I thought of all types of wealth, but couldn't find a better wealth than contentment in a little" — Umar ibnul Khattab (ra)
"Let not your love become attachment, nor your hate become destruction.” —  Umar ibnul-khattab {ra}
“May God bless the man who says less and does more.” —  ‘Umar ibnul Khattab (ra)
“Patience is the healthiest ingredient of our life.” —  Umar Ibnul-Khattab (ra)
“Doing good for a good done to you is simply repayment, whereas doing good for an evil done to you is a tremendous virtue.”'Umar ibnul Khattab (ra)
Umar ibnul Khattab (ra) said: ”Invite …

Ramadhan with Nusaybah

Yesterday was the first time my Nusaybah (5 years and 7 months) attempted to fast from lunch (1:30pm) till maghrib (9:24pm).  she wasn't complaining ماشاء الله  apart from the time she saw her little sister had dinner at 6pm! Lol
When ifthar time arrived, I could see the excitement and happiness, while we were sitting and made دعاء together on the dinner table, she kept asking:" can I eat now? Is it time for ifthar now?" For 5-6 times! 
I then reminded her the Hadith about the two happiness of those who fast 1. When they break their fast 2. When they meet Allah ﷻ due to the reward of their fasting
She eventually understood and stopped asking
Today, I asked her again if she wants to fast again, she said:" I don't think so mama, I will be sooo hungry like yesterday" lols
She then asked: "so how long are you going to fast mama?"
"29 or 30 days ان شاءٓ الله " I said
What makes me happy and touched the most is her next comment:
"I hope the Ramadan w…

Ramadan Mubarak

Marhaban Ya Ramadhan
May this Ramadhan become life changing moment for us
May Allah ﷻ showers His blessing and forgiveness in this blessed month
May Allah ﷻ writes our name to be one of those who are freed from the hellfire 
May Allah ﷻ accepts our Siyaam, Salawat, ad'iyaat, ruku', sujuud and every good deeds we do
May Allah ﷻ grants us the ultimate result: being Al muttaqun
May Allah ﷻ grants the victory to Islam and Muslims very soon
اللهمّ امين يا ربّ العالمين 
Yumna/ Yuni and family ❤️