Alhuda, The Quran Club

  • Sabireen : who never complains in any circumstances, stand firm on his/her faith, always remain contended, take Allah’s decision as Allah’s favors. (2:153- 2:249)
  • Muhsineen: who work at the level of excellence for islam and for worldy affairs, never take revenge what ever evil approaches them. (2:195)
  • Attawa’abeen and Muta’taheerin: Allah loves those who turn unto Him in repentance and loves those who purify themselves (by taking a bath, cleaning and washing thoroughly their private parts, bodies, for their prayers, etc.). (2:222)

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Free online training on how to be productive during Ramadan

As Salam Alikum Readers ,

I came across this free online training on how to be productive during Ramadan & I thought you might find it beneficial.

Here’s the link to sign up:

The presenter is an experienced productivity expert & an internationally known author, speaker, and coach. He’s also the founder of the award-winning platform:

He’ll cover the following topics:
  • Why is it so difficult to be productive at work during Ramadan?
  • How best to organise your time and routine during Ramadan to be productive at work?
  • How to balance between your Spiritual needs and work demands during Ramadan?
  • How Spirituality, Physical vitality, and Social work can boost productivity at work?
  • How to speak to your managers & colleagues about Ramadan?
  • How to “re-brand” Ramadan in your work life and those you’re working with?
  • Insights from a special research report on Productivity During Ramadan by DinarStandard

Hope you all sign up. Here’s the link again to register:

Sincerely, Muslimah 


First Day of Fasting + Lactation Granola Bars


IMAG0567 Practicing tajweed after Fajr Prayer

IMAG0558IMAG0550 Ingredients for bars and my eldest daughter

Ramadan Mubarak.  I pray this month brings us all closer to Allah (swt).  I am fasting and nursing my 8 month old.  So, I thought I’d share part of my journey with you all.  As soon as I heard the moon was sighted I started drinking more water and eating fruit, knowing the night would end soon and that my husband was headed out to Tarawih at a close masjid. We sat with our kids for a while and talked about Ramadan and what it means.  I took my prenatal vitamins, prayed and went to bed pretty late.  Actually I passed out on the prayer rug, lol.  In the morning I went to work (I am only part time).  I felt pretty good, no headache or anything.  In fact I had a feeling of fullness almost all day…

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