My girlfriends and I talk constantly about how difficult it is for us to find suitable husbands nowadays. “We’re amazing,” we reassure ourselves, half-jokingly, half-sincerely. “Anyone would be lucky to nab us!”
Discovering My Child is Dyslexic: The Islamic Response
Life has its tests and trials. Finding out your child has dyslexia is certainly one of them. Ann Stock shows us, through her own family’s test, that having true belief in Allah’s names and attributes changes our response for the better.
Ever wondered if there’s a practical way to lead a productive lifestyle that combines the best of Islamic tradition and modern psychology and science?
This icey and sweet beverage is a South Asian treat!
Traditionally made with rose water, jello, vermicelli and tapioca pearls, this popular summer treat is a delicious way to end the day.
Raised in New Jersey, but born in Damascus, Nadia Hubbi grew up on home-cooked Middle Eastern meals. But once she moved out to Los Angeles, she was far away from her family, which also meant far away from home-cooked meals.
Hubbi wanted the option to to go the supermarket and find products that she would have been able to find at her family’s home. So with her marketing background in tow, Sweet Pillar & Co. was born.
Follow Imam Khalid Latif, Executive Director and Chaplain of the Islamic Center at New York University, as he blogs his reflections during the month of Ramadan for the third year in a row, featured daily on HuffPost Religion.
In the past he has written about parents and marriage, non-Musilms and fasting, racism, and women in Islam. A wonderful daily read to add to your list this month.
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