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And we’re back!!!

  Bismillaah. Alhamdu lillaah we made it through Screen Free Week!  It was certainly not as difficult as I had expected, alhamdu lillaah.  I’m so proud of my munchkins as they really outdid themselves  and exceeded my expectations mashaa Allaah. The first day they forgot and kept asking to get on the computer.  After reminding … Continue reading

3…..2……1……and we’re off!

  From all of us to you, As salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh (may peace and God’s mercy and blessings be upon you) Ma Salamah! Ciao! Au revoir! Farewell! aabar dekha hobey! Sayonara! Auf Wiedersehen! Aloha! Adios! Selamat tinggal! Tot ziens! See ya in a week inshaa Allaah! (Don’t forget us in your prayers!)

Screen Free Week

Bismillaah. In this day and age it’s rare to find a home, or an individual, that doesn’t have a computer or laptop, internet, ipods, cell phones, and other means of staying connected to the rest of the world.  What’s more uncommon to find are people who don’t excessively overuse these items.  Many of us, whether … Continue reading

“Each of you is a shepherd…”

Bismillaah. I was reflecting on this hadeeth today: “Each of you is a shepherd, and each one is responsible for his flock…A woman is like a shepherd over her husband’s house and children, and she is responsible for them…” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim) So, I thought I’d share my thoughts on it…basically, what I understand from … Continue reading

Made My Day

Bismillaah. I just have to get something off my chest, and that is this:  aside from whomever he chose to share that information with, Michael Jackson’s Lord and Creator is the only One who knows whether or not he died as a muslim.  Not everyone, but indeed some people have been quite rude actually, in … Continue reading