Tag Archives: mother

My child’s future when I’m gone

Very often, we as parents are worried about the future of our children and their upbringing. We choose every thing they are exposed to, consciously. We want the best for them in everything. While we work so hard on them, … Continue reading

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When a loved one leaves home 🌹

Recently I was asking my sister if there was a word to describe that hollow empty weird gulpy feeling you get when someone close to you leaves home. We didnt really find a word for it but then I went … Continue reading

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How strong is the nail rooted?

There is one word in the Quran that is so beautiful and deep in teaching us the etiquette of being a student of knowledge. One word; so comprehensive, and so deep.  Such is the Quran; the more closer you learn … Continue reading

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Life in the little seeds

My friend this morning was talking about the quote we were often taught as a life lesson growing up; “As you sow, so shall you reap’. But she had another perspective to it this time. However, while I let her … Continue reading

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To you, son.

Today my baby slept on my arms, after crying throughout the day. He felt comforted when I held him instead of on his bed. He  fell asleep…. so deep.. so peacefully. Like nothing ever happened a few minutes ago. This … Continue reading

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It’s alright!

Motherhood: Its like having no classmate to make them do your homework. It is YOUR homework and you gotta do it. N you can’t be excused for not doing it either. You gotta do what you gotta do. Is there … Continue reading

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Parenthood ❤

When my son outgrows his newborn shirt, or when he passed me his first smile, or when he started reacting to our talks, and every other time he reaches a milestone, I’m reminded of my parents. As much as I … Continue reading

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In the scent of his son, I found the love of a father ❤

We often talk about the love of a mother by quoting instances from the Qur’an or phases of her difficult life. Yet there’s something so beautiful about the love of a father as well, and so gently and simply yet … Continue reading

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Because even Allah SWT appreciates.

You know that feeling when you think you do so much for a dear friend of yours, and they only take advantage of you when they need you (or other similar situations)? (what a shallow way of putting it, but … Continue reading

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Of fallen flowers on the ground..

Don’t the fallen flowers still beautify the ground? Noone belittles the scent or beauty of a broken or fallen flower. Because it is in its nature to be fragrant and beautiful; one doesn’t call it a leaf once it’s fallen … Continue reading

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