Moonlight, moonlight
On the this stary night,
I grant you half of my power
And all my ability to this locket
And for all eternity until it is
Opened on every 16th birthday
When it is opened and is
Granted the power and ability
And will be passed down
To every daughter of the family

Revive a Sunnah: Eating With Three Fingers

Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “None of you will have (true) faith until he loves me more than his father, his children and all of mankind.” (Bukhari)   What better way to show our love than by loving the things our Prophet […]

Open Preaching and Reaction of the Quraysh| #WhoIsMuhammad?

After receiving the divine revelation, the Prophet [Peace be upon him] started to preach the message of Islam to his close family and friends. Khadijah, Abu Bakr, Ali, Zaid [May Allah be pleased with them all] were amongst the first ones to embrace Islam. EPISODE 7 The Prophet [Peace be upon him] continued to preach […]

AL-MAJID: The All-Glorious

AL-MAJĪD (المجيد) The All-Glorious, The Exalted, The Majestic One, The Noble, The Illustrious, The Most Honorable, The Praiseworthy Related name: AL-MĀJID (الماجد) The Honorable Arabic root Both MAJĪD (محيد) and MĀJID (ماجد) come from the root (م ج د) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to be glorious, dignified, majestic, noble, honorable; to be […]

5 Ways to Stay Motivated

If you’ve ever started a fitness routine and quit, you are not alone. Many people have no problem beginning a routine; they feel motivated, excited and ready to tackle anything. But the hard part is keeping that motivation up and continuing on in their fitness journeys for the long term. Trust me, even those who […]

DHUL JALALI WAL IKRAM: Owner of Majesty and Generosity

DHŪL JALĀLI WAL IKRĀM (ذو الجلال والإكرام) Owner of Majesty and Generosity, Lord of Majesty and Bounty, Master of Majesty and Honor, Possessor of Glory and Honor, Owner of Loftiness and Nobility Arabic root DHUL JALALI WAL IKRAM begins with a pronoun DHU followed by two verbal nouns JALAL (glory, majesty) and IKRAM (generosity, bounty). […]