. . . the thoughts of a fashion-loving british arab.
Salam. Hard not to retaliate, but bigger rewards for it. If we save one's humiliation, Allah will save ours.. Hope u're doing fine with ur dissertation, by the way. xoxo.
Tak Pe Je: That's so lovely of you, thank you! It's going OK, I really need to step up the pace though because the deadline is looming :(Salam x
Can totally relate to this especially nowadays!
true, Belief In The Aakhirah latest bloglet if you get a chance hace a read its free
Salaam.A little time-waster.http://inhabitat.com/time-to-stock-up-planet-earth-has-less-water-than-we-think/
Try to loosen up a bit.. Go for a shopping therapy, may be? Always lifts our spirits, right?
ahh.. i've been thinking about these things lately. sometimes if feels nice to hold your anger in and practise good akhlaaq, but sometimes when someone says something really unjustified, you feel like blowing up later at that person after having held it in in front of him/her. so, confrontation is also needed at times. but ofcourse that too with good akhlaaq :-)
Tak Pe Je: Haha! I never need to be told to shop, went the day before yesterday xDAnon: Wow that is shocking!Zahra: Yes, I agree!! I guess it's in our nature to want to retaliate, which is why it's so good when we are able hold our tongues. Salam :)
thanks for the article
Myeeeeh, its so HARD NOT TO!!!Its something I have to work hard at. Very hard. I have a huge mouth :((-Fatima
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