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The Importance of Being Punctual

The Importance of Being Punctual

I’m sure we’ve all heard of “Muslim Standard Time.” It’s a term we use to “excuse” ourselves or a fellow Muslim for being late.  It’s a way of downplaying the importance of being punctual. 

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Snow Globe craft and an Arabic Lesson

Snow Globe Craft with Free Arabic Printable

 This weeks blog post is by sister Emilie (Ummu Meriem), the founder of Arabic Seeds, a project  that develops Arabic learning services and resources inspired by kids and daily life.  Arabic Seeds helps

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finding the right balance

Finding the Balance

“You have a duty to your Lord, you have a duty to your body, and you have a duty to your family, so you should give each one its rights.” (Sahih Bukhari) Finding the right balance between being

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5 tips for teaching Islamic Toilet Etiquette

5 Tips for Teaching Islamic Toilet Etiquette

Alhamdullilah, as Muslims we have been given the best etiquettes for relieving ourselves. Because Islamic bathroom manners are so much more than just cleaning after yourself, teaching our children proper

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Parenting lesson from the story of Ka'ab Ibn Maalik

Parenting Lessons from the story of Ka’ab Ibn Maalik

One of my favorite stories in the seerah is the story of Ka’ab Ibn Maalik (Radiyallahu anhu). It is one of those stories that many of us can relate to; it’s the kind of story that makes you

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The Story of the Spider

It was late at night when the Prophet (salaahu alaihi wasallam) had fled Makkah with his close friend Abu Bakr (radiyallahu anhu). They were fleeing to Madina but the Quraish were on to them. They realized

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New Beginnings

To New Beginnings (A Fresh Start)

Imagine that you had to move away, and leave almost everything behind.  Imagine having to start all over again.  What would you change this time around? What tangible and intangible things will you put

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Learning to let go and forgive

Learning to Let Go and Forgive

Nelson Mandela once said that “Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.” We all have experienced being hurt by others.  We were treated badly, maybe even betrayed

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Whole brain approach to parenting

Whole brain approach to parenting

Everyone who is a parent can tell you that parenting is not easy.  It is by far the hardest job in the world, and it should be, you are bringing up the next generation after all.  Yet, many of us come

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Islamic Calendar Craft

Islamic Calendar Craft

The month of Muharram marks the beginning of the Islamic new year. The Islamic/ Hijri calendar is based on the sighting of the Moon.  Thus, it is only about 354 days long. I had planned on teaching my

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