To me, Eid ul adha is a day that reassures me that the sacrifices I’ve made for Allah will all be worth it
I learn Arabic because I crave connection with my Creator, it really is as simple as that. Sadly, feeling that way is not always enough to actually motivate me to learn.
I’ve wanted to quit what I’m doing in life many times because of the actions and attitudes of others. Like everyone, I’ve been disappointed and lacked the support I needed. People don’t appreciate how much effort you’re putting in. It’s thankless work and you feel like no one cares about you.
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During my shifts, I love to give extra tips to our customers that I learnt from my own experience at hajj. You probably won’t find these in your usual books or lectures. Let’s just call them…Anisa’s Hajj Hacks!
I’m trying to chase something that I can’t find here back home in Melbourne. It can only be found in pursuing something solely for the sake of Allah.
There is no way you can lose when you worship Allah, you only ever win, and that makes me feel indestructible in situations where otherwise I’d be crumbling into pieces.
You don’t need to have lost someone in your life to relate to this book. A Temporary Gift is for everyone, because we are all attached to things in this dunya, and we can forget that they are just temporary loans from Allah.
Nothing can bring me as much comfort in this life,
than hearing your laughter in Jannah.
Hajj taught me a vital lesson that every believer needs to understand and implement. That is- in order for us Muslims to not only survive this life, but thrive in the next, we need to sacrifice everything for Allah, the way Ibrahim and his family did.