Tag Archive: life

Biggest lesson of Ramadhan

You know what is the hardest part of Ramadhan? It is not the long hours of fasting or the attempts of reading and reciting the Quran, the standing in Tarawih prayers or even… Continue reading

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Rediscovering life and doing the things that make you happy

In this blog entry, I write about things personal to me. While this blog has always been about travel and recording happy memories, I also wanted to use it as a platform to… Continue reading

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Understand how to understand.

But luxury has never appealed to me. I like simple things. Books, being alone in solitude, having the freedom to do what I love and being with someone who understands.  I was having… Continue reading

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Breathe (by the beach)

18 March 2016 It is Friday and while most people celebrate that they are closer to the weekend, we were different. It indicated that our one week break was almost coming to an… Continue reading

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Soulmates: The quest for meaningful relationships

A few days ago, Ju texted me and asked if I wanted to go to a talk organized by Safinah Institute. I usually plan my schedule at least a week in advance but… Continue reading

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One year older, many years wiser

When it’s over, I want to say: all my life I was a bride married to amazement. I was the bridegroom, taking the world into my arms. Mary Oliver I had the opportunity… Continue reading

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Making peace

One day you will make peace with your demons, and the chaos in your heart will settle flat. And maybe for the first time in your life, life will smile back at you… Continue reading

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Smiles of Syawal

I am finally back here after being on hiatus for so long. I know I usually blog everyday but since I came back from Europe, its been too hectic. I was busy sorting… Continue reading

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Homesick

There’s something about homesickness that maybe doesn’t include four walls and a signed lease. It’s a wave of loneliness that I find hard to breathe under. The place of a house isn’t a… Continue reading

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