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 →

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The ‘Bad’ Guy

Last year I read a post (https://momsofmuslims.wordpress.com/2016/02/27/one-who-should-not-be-named/) written by a dear friend of mine, Maria. Its message tugged at my heart-strings and I remember exclaiming, 'That's  awesome!' My eldest daughter was 2 years old at that time and I was confused as to how to explain the concept of evil/Shaitan to her. A couple of... Continue Reading →

Chapter 27: The Waning Dusk (series)

Myth: It’s family. Everything works. It’s usually people close to us who get to see us unleash our full-blown tirade on them. Nonsensical quotes like, “If you can’t handle me at my worst, then you certainly don’t deserve me at my best” are partly the reason why we justify expressing our cranky side. In this... Continue Reading →

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