I eat my cereal dry then I drink my milk
Thanks I appreciate it :)
For music I love Eminem and Taylor Swift, Lol weird combination right?
But I also like what everyone likes, Rihanna, Beyonce etc and then totally random things like Phantom Of the Opera, Queen, Yuna, Lillygreen and Maguire..too much to list haha.
With Books I’m all over the place again. I’m not a big fan of one particular genre. I like twilight and the hunger games obviously :) but I really love books that make me think like uhmmm ’A thousand splendid suns’ , ‘Bridge to light’ , ‘Oranges are not the only fruit’ , ‘Half of a yellow sun’, ‘Rembrandt’s daughter’ to name a few :)
LOL No thanks…it’s not Iftar time yet..
Hey Thank You Sweetie, Ohh and I’m 17 years old :D
- Black guy kills some people.
- Society: Criminal.
- Muslim guy kills some people.
- Society: Terrorist.
- Latino guy kills some people.
- Society: Criminal.
- White guy kills some people.
- Society: Mental illness. (lost soul, complicated psyche, quiet loner, misunderstood, frustrated with life, experienced recent, traumatic, life-altering events that set him off; not to mention all the positive descriptors that are attached to him, i.e. intelligent, PhD candidate, honor roll student, etc.)
I’ve read the Quran my whole life and I’ve memorised various chapters but that’s about it. That’s where it stops…I’ve never actually bothered to try and understand what God is saying.
To be honest I didn’t think it was necessary, I always thought I could rely on other people to pass the message on to me. That I could rely on Sheikhs and Imams to differentiate between Haram and Halal for me.
Its sad but I think that was all I thought of the Holy Quran. A big book sent by God filled with rules and regulations. I knew it was the word of God. The word of God, his commands. The ruling on what is or isn’t permissible. In other words, just Restrictions.
My favourite Surat is Surat Rahman. I read it the other day, along with the translation and it moved something inside me. The meaning, the words, the language. I can’t really explain it.
I believe that as every Muslim has their own relationship with God. Every Muslim should have their own relationship with the Quran. I’m going on a journey to find out what the Quran is to me this Ramadan.
InshaAllah by the end of Ramadan I would know and would stop thinking about it as just a Book of Rules…My guess is that its kind of like a song. Everyone has different ways of interpreting the lyrics, they touch each individual in different ways.
It means I’m That Hausa Girl…