Life in Hijab

“Is it Your Choice?”

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“Is it Your Choice?”

The commands of Allah subhanhu wa ta’ala should be followed, not just because we have been told to, but because of the love we have in our hearts for our Lord. I’m not quite sure why I find so much inspiration at school but it might be because there’s so much diversity and, alhamdulillah, my […]

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Life is a Journey, Not a Destination

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Life is a Journey, Not a Destination

Why does it become so difficult for us to accept the decree of Allah ta’ala? When we are on a train, we look forward to reaching out destination. We look forward to whom we will see and what we will do. However, on the train of life, we don’t look forward to the destination at the end, the akhira.

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You Can Have It All

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You Can Have It All

Standing a distance from me just minutes ago was a Muslim man praying maghrib in a luxurious airport lounge, peacefully and confidently in front of everyone. Granted, I have prayed in public places countless times before, alhamdulillah, so this “airport prayer” is not a spectacular scene to me, but it is his profile in particular that brings me to my claim.

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Secret Hijab Rendezvous

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Secret Hijab Rendezvous

It is through His words that hearts are opened and mended. The unmatched eloquence of the Qur’an is where all of life’s answers lie, if only we took the time to seek them out.

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All Sold Separately

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All Sold Separately

One day, on our ride back home, she looked me straight in the face and told me; “Dania, hijab isn’t just your scarf. It’s the way you act!” It was around five years ago when she told me this, and we parted ways, both moving far away, and yet those words, still send shivers down my spine. Hijab isn’t just a veil on your head. No, it’s much more, and attaining all of it is a blessing from Allah.

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