Category: A Woman’s Perspective

I Live – Poem

What I’m going to share is not my story alone. Your story is mine, my story is yours. So I ask: as I share my experience, will you reflect on self? ***** I am beginning to appreciate the Cycles of Life. Allah wrote on my heart last night, I felt His presence so clearly. He

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Follow your dreams by the season, not by your passion.

On Wednesday, November 22, I reflected on when I joined The Nation of Islam. The Genesis of our journey, is a constant reflection that we should take the time to understand. As Sister Saron X from the UK shared, “We must always remember our Genesis as individuals, it holds so many keys to where Allah

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Fried BBQ Cauliflower at Mijani tastes like chicken. Get you some!

I love exploring vegetarian and vegan restaurants. I visited Mijani for the second time and decided to taste their fried BBQ cauliflower. Let’s just say I am in love! Yesterday was my day to eat (I’m on an every other day fast with the start of every week being a three-day fast kinda diet) and

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Be a living influence: My Thanksgiving Reflections

It had been years since I spent Thanksgiving with my family. I felt as if my choice of accepting Islam was one that wasn’t accepted by those I love. However, I realized that the more I love Islam and accept all of me that everyone else will accept who I am, even if they don’t

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No Judgement Zone: Survival of The Black Nation

The following text is from a speech delivered during the youth study group at The Final Call Administration Building in Chicago, Illinois on June 21, 2017. In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful, I bear witness that there is no god, but Allah and that Muhammad is His Messenger. I am a student

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