Peptic ulcer refers to the painful sore in the lining of the stomach or duodenum which could be as a result of an imbalance between digestive fluids in the stomach and duodenum or the presence of a bacteria called helicobacter pylori in the stomach/duodenum.A person living with peptic ulcer could find it difficult to fast during Ramadhan but to make fasting in the holy month easier for you, here are top 5 things to avoid. Continue reading Do you have peptic ulcer? here are 5 things you should avoid during ramadhan…
As students, Ramadhan can be so overwhelming for us because it is often in summer and during the exam period.How do you even cope with fasting, exams, studies and extra Ibadah? Never easy trust me….As much as there is stress, you don’t want Ramadhan passing you by like that.So here is what I do: Continue reading Pre-Ramadhan series #3: Being Productive as a student….
Salam beautiful souls!
As Allah wills, good deeds are rewarded immensely in the month of Ramadan.
By learning and mastering non-cultural duaas, you’d be helping yourself a big time because not every Muslim would have all the time to do the Ramadan routine from completing a whole Qur’an or two, attend tafsirs and all of that even though they are best-recommended deeds.
One great thing about supplication is that when you’ve mastered Duas, you can make them easily and as much as you wish. Beautifully, you earn rewards for every single word. Subhanallah! Continue reading PRE-RAMADHAN SERIES #2: Supplications…
Hypoglycemia means lower sugar level and It is said to be worse than hyperglycemia, I mean just Imagine an abrupt stop/low supply of glucose to the brain, it’s dangerous and to be honest quite difficult to manage.Hypoglycemia in the case of diabetic patients is caused by low diet intake, drug intake e.t.c and in non-diabetic patients, it could be as a result of a kidney, liver or pancreas issues, metabolic disorders and so on. Continue reading Bacause I am hypoglycemic, here are 5 things i do during ramadhan.
It becomes too late on the first day of Ramadan!
It’s some days to our beloved Ramadan, Ma shaa Allah and we can’t go from a life of doing just little Ibadah(worship) to suddenly fasting and making extra prayers and reading Quran all day long/overnight. If we try to do that, most of us will burn out within the first week.
So instead of waiting until Ramadan is upon us, let’s take these simple yet good steps to prepare yourself for the holy month of Ramadhan.. Continue reading Pre-Ramadhan series #1:start now..
Ustadha Yasmin shared this earlier and I thought why not share it with Bkay readers. “When speaking about women, I’ve noticed a pervasive trend, especially amongst certain cultures. I’ve noticed that the main quality that is celebrated in a woman is her ability to “sacrifice”. In other words, the only quality that allows a woman to be praised and earns her the highest regard is her ability to “swallow poison with a smile on her face”. Continue reading “A woman is never celebrated for her ability to stand up for herself and others..”-yasmin Mogahed.
A Friend I tagged on Sheikh Chowdhury’s post I shared years back on Facebook commented on it days ago, I went through it again and I thought to myself why not share with my blog readers. so here we go:
“Sometimes people around you make you feel like they have given up on you, that you will never change, that you will never improve. Staying around them, perhaps you start believing in the same, and perhaps you even stop trying. Continue reading “THERE IS ONE WHO HAS NOT GIVEN UP ON YOU” – TAWFIQUE CHOWDHURY.
It’s world Hijab day guys and Ruqayyah have a message. you don’t Remember her? click HERE.
“Religion is here to unite us not to divide us and if it is dividing us, it’s not God’s religion, It is something else. It’s a great blessing to be in a place where you feel comfortable and you don’t have to worry about somebody telling you, you are not doing this right in a very disturbing manner and if someone did correct you then it’s going to be out of love and not out in an Arrogant self-righteous attitude of superior order, This type of religion is killing Muslims and it is all over the place now. Continue reading World Hijab Day: Ruqayyah’s Message to Muslimahs…
It’s Eid period guys and Muslims are celebrating as Eid means celebration. Muslims have two Eid Festivals in a year. Eid-al fitr also known as the Lesser Eid which marks the end of Ramadhan (Muslim Fasting period) and Eid -al Adha which symbolises Prophet Ibrahim’s (Abraham) willingness to sacrifice his son as a sign of devotion to Allah and is also known as greater Eid.