You’re not alone..

It’s been days since I had a mental block – you know that feeling when you feel not being able to process your minds or thoughts into words. And each time I sat to wrote, I was blank. Even now when I’m typing, I don’t know what will come out.. but the only thing I know and I want is .. to be able to strike and pen down words that might benefit someone, thoughts that might bring positivity into someone’s life, chanel someone towards the right path or perhaps bring ray of hope to a dull heart. .

What could be best than talking to mothers who are struggling to achive what they thought they might from this ramadan. .

So mummies who wake up early for sahoor to make sure everyone’s meal is cooked on time and you ate too despite a baby clinged to you- you’re not alone.

Mummies who plan beautiful ibadat in mind and heart but each night fall on bed tired and disheartened- you’re not alone- indeen Allah knows your heart and niyat.

Mummies who struggle praying namaz with kids jumping and screaming on them, pulling off your scarf and arms and legs- you’re not alone. Allah is ghafoor indeed.

Mummies who spend their days dropping and picking up kids from school in this heat and handling chores on the wheel round the clock, you’re not alone.

Mummies who clean up the entire mess after iftar despite being super tired, You’re not alone.

Mummies who dearly miss going to masjid for taraweh and qiyam as their kids are small and might trouble them – you’re not alone. .

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Allah is the knower of all, the one who sees and knows what’s in your heart. Never get sad on not being able to do the best of your ibadat- this is a form of ibadat too- the best one. .

As we’re entering the most beautiful last ashra of ramadan, gear up once again to make the most of it. There’s still time and lots of blessings to be plucked and gathered from this beautiful garden of Ramadan❤️

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You’re not alone— this time in Ramadan…. . . It’s been days since I had a mental block – you know that feeling when you feel not being able to process your mind or thoughts into words. And each time I sat to wrote, I was blank. Even now when I’m typing, I don’t know what will come out.. but the only thing I know and I want is .. to be able to strike and pen down words that might benefit someone, thoughts that might bring positivity into someone’s life, chanel someone towards the right path or perhaps bring ray of hope to a dull heart. . What could be best than talking to mothers who are struggling to achive what they thought they might from this ramadan. . So mummies who wake up early for sahoor to make sure everyone’s meal is cooked on time and you ate too despite a baby clinged to you- you’re not alone. – Mummies who plan beautiful ibadat in mind and heart but each night fall on bed tired and disheartened- you’re not alone- indeen Allah knows your heart and niyat. – Mummies who struggle praying namaz with kids jumping and screaming on them, pulling off your scarf and arms and legs- you’re not alone. Allah is ghafoor indeed. – Mummies who spend their days dropping and picking up kids from school in this heat and handling chores on the wheel round the clock, you’re not alone. – Mummies who clean up the entire mess after iftar despite being super tired, You’re not alone. – Mummies who dearly miss going to masjid for taraweh and qiyam as their kids are small and might trouble them – you’re not alone. . . Allah is the knower of all, the one who sees and knows what’s in your heart. Never get sad on not being able to do the best of your ibadat- this is a form of ibadat too- the best one. . As we’re entering the most beautiful last ashra of ramadan, gear up once again to make the most of it. There’s still time and lots of blessings to be plucked and gathered from this beautiful garden of Ramadan❤️ . . #ramadan #motherhood #muslimah #parenting #blessings #islam #muslimkids #candidchildhood .

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