One stitch at a time, I tell myself, and that’s when I realize it: We love in the moments of work that accumulate in a lifetime of devotion. The infatuation that one may feel for a crush or a luxury... Read more
Editor's Note - This is a guest post by Sabeeha Rehman You are sitting in your living room when suddenly the front door bursts open and a young man barges into your home—a stranger. How would you... Read more
Some parts of life suck. That’s just how it is, no matter how much we might try to change it. Life will never be perfect; for most people, it’s riddled with hardships, tragedies, and mistakes. So... Read more
Malcolm X’s birthday is over. Muslims everywhere celebrated his life. But when are we going to try and pick up where he left off? Malcolm X was a man who believed that, “the most fertile area for... Read more
Adolescence is hard to go through. During the pre-teen to young adult years, a person’s body, brain, and environment are constantly changing. They are developing a new awareness of the world and... Read more
Review by Layla Abdullah-Poulos RESILIENCE - FROM KILLING FIELDS TO BOARDROOM By Emad Rahim, Ph.D $17.99, pp. 106, Paper $ 6.50, pp. 106, Kindle There are books that we may read once or twice. We... Read more
Lord! We heard a voice inviting us to faith, saying, "Believe in your Lord," and we believed. O Sustainer, absolve us of our sins, remit from us our evil deeds, and allow us to pass away as the devout.