Went to Athirah to buy some fruits with Mama AND saw this piece of my childhood bejual at one of the stalls inside Athirah for 50 cents! Suddenly all the aches & pains are forgotten. Hahahaha! My “healthy” dessert, @meha7211 ;D

Went to Athirah to buy some fruits with Mama AND saw this piece of my childhood bejual at one of the stalls inside Athirah for 50 cents! Suddenly all the aches & pains are forgotten. Hahahaha! My “healthy” dessert, @meha7211 ;D




Alhamdulillah! Finally got to meet, hold & kiss handsome (as well as wiggly) baby Isaac <3 Thank you to his wonderful parents & the whole family for mendulur @naj222 & I in adoring this lil fella and of course, for being amazing hosts. ^_^ Thank you for the dose of adventure this morning, Naj! :D Very much needed. Lol! <3

Alhamdulillah! Finally got to meet, hold & kiss handsome (as well as wiggly) baby Isaac <3 Thank you to his wonderful parents & the whole family for mendulur @naj222 & I in adoring this lil fella and of course, for being amazing hosts. ^_^ Thank you for the dose of adventure this morning, Naj! :D Very much needed. Lol! <3


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I didn’t know how to belong.
Longing? Yes.
Belonging? No.
Jeanette Winterson (via themuslimavenger)

themuslimavenger:

“In Arabic, the word “shams” (sun) is feminine, and “qamar” (moon) is masculine. The sun burns itself out to give light and life to everything around,and the moon is muneer, meaning it reflects the light. Within itself it has no light; it radiates the brilliance of the sun. So when we shine as men,
the implication is that we are reflecting the glorious light of our women."

themuslimavenger:

“In Arabic,
the word “shams” (sun) is feminine,
and “qamar” (moon) is masculine.

The sun burns itself out to give light and life to everything around,
and the moon is muneer, meaning it reflects the light.
Within itself it has no light; it radiates the brilliance of the sun.
So when we shine as men,

the implication is that
we are reflecting the glorious light of our women."


themuslimavenger:

Palestinian girl in Gaza trying to find her books and the rubble that was once her home.
"There is some feeling nowadaysthat reading is not as necessary as it once was.”
- Mortimer J. Adler, Charles Van Doren

themuslimavenger:

Palestinian girl in Gaza trying to find her books and the rubble that was once her home.

"There is some feeling nowadays
that reading is not as necessary as it once was.”

- Mortimer J. Adler, Charles Van Doren


themuslimavenger:

“We look up at the same stars and see such different things.”
- George R.R. Martin

themuslimavenger:

We look up at the same stars and see such different things.”

- George R.R. Martin