. . . the thoughts of a fashion-loving british arab.
What a lovely qoute!May God bless you in this day!Liuba
I love this quote, I just put it on my facebook status! Allah bless you sister for the reminder :) Visit my blog http://themorrocanmuslimah.blogspot.com/xoxo
question?many bloggers talking about having xmas trees up in their home, As a born muslim living in the UK what are ure thoughts? ThanksLeila
Leila: I wouldn't put one up but I do remember really wanting one when I was young; although my parents never yielded, I can see why some would put a tree up for their kids. I think if you explain to a child the actual origin of the tree and Christmas in general (which is non-Christian) and get them a present so they don't feel excluded, there won't be a need to put a tacky tree up in the living room :DAs far as haram and halal goes, I personally don't think it's haram. Salam x
lol yes it is pretty tacky..i think all the kids want is a present really when u think about it just so they don't feel left out. Thanks for your thoughts. leila
SALAM!Nice and true quote! your blog is very interesting :)I would appreciate it,if you visit me too!:)http://fantasyfashioned.blogspot.de/- happy new year♥
Loving your amazing blog including the great Quote. Wish you A Happy and Splendid New Year 2013 :)xoxohttp://singingthumbelina.blogspot.com/
Meilina: thanks :) Happy new year! xx
Lovely quotes. Great blog!!!
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