A Love Story: From Strangers to Family

A beautiful video profile of “Love, InshAllah” editor Ayesha Mattu & her husband Randy Nasson, who was also yesterday’s “Salaam, Love” featured contributor.

Video credit and gratitude to Women of Spirit & Faith, Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Alison Fast and documentary filmmaker Chandler Griffin!

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  • http://theephemeralpetal.wordpress.com Shehzida

    Mashallah this was a beautiful video, and to look at the labyrinth as a metaphor for the path of life is also very touching. No matter how far away we are from each other, how our paths meander around each other and whether haven’t crossed; at one point you inevitably do…

  • http://sadiyamd23.wordpress.com sadiya88

    I don’t know how I stumbled upon you, Ayesha. But I am an ardent believer in miracles. Since the day I stepped into your world (through your blog) I have been ever so grateful. I sense this strong inspiring force that touches me everytime I see you, read something by you and I pray silently ‘Ya, Allah, help me follow my dreams passions and desires and help me fulfill them’, like He has blessed you.

    I somehow look at you and see my future. Aameen.

    This video is going to be really special to me because every word that you spoke has so much to do with the relation I share with my husband. So much more happy to you and your family blessed with the bounty and baraka of Allah.

    P.S: I love the setup of your home…. our tastes are closely linked, like our affinity – a spiritual one. Alhamdulillah!