Monthly Archives: January 2016

“Azwaaji Mutah-haraat: Ramlah bint Abu Sufyan”

Ramlah, known as Umm Habibah (R.A), was the daughter of Abu Sufyan, one of the most powerful chieftains in Makkah Mukarramah. Her mother, Safiyyah bint Abdul ‘Aas, was the real paternal aunt of Uthmaan bin Affan (R.A). Being the daughter of a prominent merchant and leader of her people, Umm Habibah enjoyed a very easy […]

“Ain’t nobody got time for that”

Patience (The noun, not the name xD). The Arabic counterpart of this word is tossed around a lot when you’re in Riyaadul Jannah. And, ironically, sometimes by the people by that are doing the pushing. Your test comes in you taking the shoving in your stride, without responding in kind (Note to self: Can’t. Give. […]

“If you’ll could be a little thankful, that would be great.”

After refusing to bow down to Adam (A.S), Shaytaan said: “Then I will certainly come to them from before them and from behind them, and from the right-hand side and from the left-hand side, and You (Allah) shall not find most of them thankful.” (Al-Araf 7:17) Everybody knows that one person that complains about every […]

*dons sunglasses*

No, I’m not wearing sunglasses during the night because I’m Indian and have this idea that it makes me look cool. Into The Depths Of The Ocean [https://intothedepthsoftheocean.wordpress.com] nominated Thoughts With Sass for The Versatile Blogger Award. I love doing stuff like this, so Jazakallah Khair <3. For facts and official rules please visit The […]