If We Care for Ourselves, We Can Better Care for Others.
As I sank into the wonderfully plush massage bed this afternoon, my face cradled in that circular pillow and my body limp with relaxation, I started to tear up. The soft music mimicking the hums of nature (sans chirping crickets) soothed me and imbued me with a sense of meditative mindfulness that I ironically have not yet been able to achieve through meditation itself. I embraced this newfound zen and almost immediately started to cry.
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Hoping everyone takes a moment, myself included,to reflect on the man behind the holiday. This profound patriot left us so much more than quotes. He taught us by connecting love to community we can build a more just and sustainable society that respects differences.
Let’s spread more than quotes and phrases today, let’s spread love and engagement! Today and everyday InshaAllah
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WHO: Is a wedding an event photographer
MOST LIKELY TO BE: spreading good vibes with her uplifting captions and stories. You can find her making special moments a little more magical with her beautiful photography #saymashaAllahplease
Starting the week with a roundtable discussion for the socioeconomic, sociocultural, and social protection needs of Muslim Filipinos. Organized with the National Commission for Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) and the Office of the Cabinet Secretary, this session gathers concerned stakeholders in preparation for NCMF's strategy refresh.
I took this picture 1 year ago Subhan'Allah when I was studying islam. At the time I was struggling with A LOT of anxiety and I was trying to find out who I was. Alhamdullilah for everything. I feel blessed and grateful. Today's question is: How Islam has changed your life ? PS: 150 followers and i'm doing a Q&A
🇫🇷 Cette photo a été prise exactement il y a 1 an Subhan Allah quand j'étudiais l'Islam et j'essayais de trouver qui j'étais. À cette époque, l'anxiété polluait ma vie, genre littéralement. Alhamdullilah j'ai trouvé l'Islam et qui je suis. Ma question du jour: comment l'Islam a changé ta vie ? PS: À 150 abos, je fais un Q&A
The Single Mothers That Made Men – The Role of Women in the Lives of Four Imams
Women have been instrumental in the growth and development of Islam. The first person to accept the message of Islam was Khadija (May Allah Be Pleased With Her), the wife of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). Khadija devoted her life and resources to helping the Prophet in spreading the message of Islam. There are many more women like Khadija in our history, yet when we hear about the Heroes of Islam, rarely do we acknowledge the sacrifices and the presence of women in that history. •
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How often do things happen in our lives that break parts of us, so much so that we feel we will never heal nor recover? How often do we experience excruciating pain as a result of loss or changes that arise, and develop a sense of negativity and resentment towards whatever causes the pain? Have you ever experienced your circumstances evolving in such a way that throws you from a place of comfort and peace into a raging storm, or towards a bleak, lonely place?
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