بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَـٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ What comes to your mind when you think of bliss? Cozy Home? Company of your loved ones? Yes, I can almost see you smile as you think about your beloved parents, spouse, children, and friends. Who is the apple of your eye? What wouldn’t you do to see him/her happy? I … Continue reading THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
KILL THE ZOMBIE
The aroma of biryani Abida had cooked overpowered the smell of room freshener. She inspects her flat one last time before she dresses up in one of her fine clothes. It was a special day. Her college friend was going to meet her for the first time since Abida had got married. Well, she hardly … Continue reading KILL THE ZOMBIE
A Perfect husband
بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ Gentlemen, have you wondered, “what a woman desires?!” Ladies, let’s discuss, “How should a perfect husband be?” What kind of person would you love to marry? For those of us who are married, what were/are your expectations from your life partner? Is he a romantic hero who would sweep you off … Continue reading A Perfect husband
A LIFE WITH LIGHT
Dear readers, I hope you are back to see how I had fared in the Surah an-noor memorization contest. I had tried hard and had managed to memorize surah an noor within a month’s time. Still I hoped that the contest was postponed by a week. Even a day’s delay could have improved my recitation … Continue reading A LIFE WITH LIGHT
Half a date
بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ Dear reader, I’ve decided to post a picture containing quote from Quran/hadith every week. Let’s pay heed to this golden leaf. There are numerous possibilities to earn good deeds. Unfortunately, like half a date- we consider it too trivial to explore. Can you think of few such easy tasks? Check my … Continue reading Half a date
Did you vote?
Yes, did you exercise your right to vote in a democratic country? For those of us who belong to a democratic country, it’s easy to recollect hustle amidst government parties before election. Then after election, within few days, almost everyone seems unhappy with the result. Ironically, most add I did not vote for this party. … Continue reading Did you vote?
Silence in the hospital was broken by cries of pain; deep unbearable pain. Rehma was brought to the hospital in labor. The pain was unbearable. Her husband wiped sweat off her forehead as she waited to be admitted. Doctor examined her and was quick to take her to the labor ward. The baby would be … Continue reading Precious Five