Ramadan Mubarak

This is one day late (sorry!) but RAMADAN MUBARAK everyone! May this Ramadan bring lots of blessings, happiness, health, and peace to everyone, fasting or not, practicing or not, insha’Allah. Insha’Allah, this month I hope to engage in more self-care – physical, mental, and spiritual. And in the spirit of self-care I will be tryingContinue reading “Ramadan Mubarak”

Muslim Women and Mental Health – Part 2

A few days ago I posted a conversation between Muslim women on the issue of Muslim women and mental health. If you haven’t had a chance to watch/listen to it please do. After watching the conservation I had a few thoughts of my own, on the issue of Muslim women and mental health, that IContinue reading “Muslim Women and Mental Health – Part 2”

Muslim Women and Mental Health – Part 1

I just watched this great conversation on Muslim women and mental health hosted by Our Voices. If you’re interested in the topic I encourage you to watch this video. It’s a great conversation between Dr. Rukhsana Chaudhry, Nadiah Mohajir, and Naaila Moumaris-Clay, and facilitated by Na’Aisha Malika B.

My Eighth Summer

This conversation is too important not to have so I’m sharing this brave post. For too long such issues have been brushed under the rug in our communities but we need to talk about it. Thank you to the brilliant and brave author. Cross-posted from Muslim Sistah. (Note: Trigger warning) Once upon a time, weContinue reading “My Eighth Summer”

Dew Point

This blog is dedicated to sharing my every-day discoveries of how the light and beauty of Islamic spirituality can be part of a modern, well-rounded way of life.

Between Sisters, SVP!

IN THE Name of Allah, the most merciful, the most compassionate. Welcome to my blog. 99 Jannah Dr, Jannahville.

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mental Health. Spirituality. feminism.

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a bad idea, followed by poor execution

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