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‘Don’t forget your sisters,’
‘They’ll be more important as you get older. No matter how much you love your husband, no matter how much you love the children you may have, you are still going to need sisters. Remember to go places with them now and then; do things with them.’ ‘Remember that ‘sisters’ means ALL the women… your girlfriends, your daughters, and all your other women relatives too. ‘You’ll need other women. Women always do.’
Umar ibn Al-Khattab (RA) was asked: “O Umar, why don’t you clothe the kaaba with silk?” He said: “The stomachs of Muslims are a priority.”
An Emirati car painted in white gold priced at 6.25 million dollars
Omar Farouk bin al-Khattab – may Allah be pleased with him was asked :
“O Umar , why don’t you clothe the kaaba with silk?”
He said: “The stomachs of Muslims are a priority.”
Ya Allah please guide or take our leaders and give us Islam back in our societies , Ya Allah please unit all muslims countries under Islamic flag only ameen
An amazing blog, and a different perspective!!
It is funny how once your child is diagnosed with Autism, his being, his identity seems to vanish.
His main feature is Autism
His personality is defined by Autism.
His tastes are consequences of his Autism.
Your child doesn’t have a gender anymore. He is not a girl or a boy.
He doesn’t belong to any ethnicity. He ain’t no longer a Black or a White child.
No, my friend, from the moment, your child is diagnosed, he is no longer Karima, Fatima, Adam or Yacub. No, from now on, just forget about it! He is just Autistic…
My point here is that, even as a parent, if you do not pay attention, you will end up considering your child exclusively from his Autistic angle. I am going to give you an example. Let’s say, on a sunny afternoon, your child “behaved”, no tantrums, everything went perfectly fine. So…
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