Bidding winters a warm goodbye, here we are at the start of the summer season, tuning in to our go-to sports channels with snacks and sodas yet again, waiting for the boys to seal the pitch with their victories. Yes, we are talking PSL! With high hopes, renewed energy and gushing spirits, this year is... Continue Reading →
How to Get Over Your First Love
Ah, love. The one emotion that can make even the toughest of us most vulnerable. The feelings of love can weigh heavy on us, especially if we are going through a breakup, trying to quit a haram relationship, or dealing with an intense but extremely one-sided crush. During these times, love may lead to a... Continue Reading →
Being Her! – Interview With Sara Asif
Heart-to-heart questions about her childhood, leaving the banking sector, women issues and more! What were you like as an adolescent? How did you come towards Islam? I was considered a reasonably average adolescent. Being the eldest of my siblings, I was expected to be the most well-behaved - which I was! My mother says if... Continue Reading →
Tips for Successful and Happy Marriages
By Raza Ullah Islam guides us in every aspect of our life and about every event that takes place in it. Whether it's about how to deal with the problems that we face in our social lives, private affairs or how to strengthen our truest kinship and relationships. However, the issue is that we seldom... Continue Reading →
Parenting Hacks From the Quran and Sunnah
By Khadija Arif Parenthood is considered a prestige. Society and religion put parents on a high pedestal for all they go through in raising children. But parenting is not a bed of roses. Bringing children into the world, tending them, providing for them, protecting them and making them good humans is an arduous job and... Continue Reading →
What did Luqman A.S say to his son?
By Hamna Atta Parenting is the most rewarding, yet challenging experience that one can go through, especially in these times when fitnah is rife. Hundreds and thousands of parenting how-to books are sold every day yet we find parents in a constant state of dilemma when it comes to the upbringing of their child. Not... Continue Reading →
Love is All Around Us…365 Days a Year.
By Zainab Umm Sakeenah. I know what you’re expecting. Another cliché article about why Valentine’s Day is haram, the same tired tropes and tribulations every year – it gets boring. So in the spirit of doing something different, let's look at what makes a marriage in Islam super awesome! When we look at marriage in... Continue Reading →
Ramadan Confession #2: I have this type of Ramadan guilt every year
By Fatima Asad Many things change in your life when you become a mother. (Wait! This is not just another mama post; I need to tell you when I truly felt this guilt for the first time.) In fact, you meet another person in the mirror when you are blessed with motherhood. It was the first Ramadan after... Continue Reading →
My Son, You Taught Me…
By Umm Ibrahim My Dear Son, It has been a year since you entered into our world. When I saw you, I felt my heart would burst with love and happiness, although my body was broken and aching. What a roller coaster of a year it has been since then. It was tough but totally... Continue Reading →
Is it time to marry?
By Zaki Imtiaz Today at lunch time, I had a small discussion with two of my friends. We were looking for an answer to the question, "What is the right age to get married?" We concluded that it actually depends on some factors. The right time is when a combination of some qualities and some... Continue Reading →
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