Back again with the Islamic bookclub! I’ll post a summary of each chapter of an Islamic book I’m reading, so you get the rundown without ever picking it up!
This is all about Spiritual Refinement…
[This post if from Zahra at Soulful Seeds blog. It’s always great to know you’re not alone and how others have gotten better, because it might help you as well!]
We talked about Fad Diets lately. Let’s specifically talk about the Baby Food Diet.
These are simple, yet healthy breakfast ideas you can make in advance for any occasion, especially with Ramadan coming up!
With these tips from a Muslim registered dietitian Nour Zibdeh, you’ll have a healthy breakfast planned in no time.
Nour has five rules to a healthy breakfast: fiber, protein, fats, fruit/vegetables, and drink 2 glasses of water!
Fiber helps keep you full and your gut stay regular!
So where’s the fiber?
Now, I’m not one who loves trendy poetry like Rupi Kaur (or taking pictures of Rupi Kaur’s books for Insta lol) —but Rumi– that’s a different story. A legendary poet, theologian, and philosopher, Rumi combined his scriptural knowledge, philosophical insight, and craftsmanship of words to create the most beautiful poems.
I’ve added questions and/or comments below every quote to get you thinking about how these words apply directly to your life and spirituality. I hope these inspiring Rumi Quotes speak to you from within and heighten your spiritual awareness.
Keep reading to get some really sweet deals on Rumi collection books!
I’m so sorry I left but I had a relapse and it was…bad…I’m back again and still trying to push through this recovery!
Let’s start with:
It’s the new year and people usually make losing weight their New Year’s resolution.
Due to the beloved BodyBuilding.com now charging $8.99 a month for programs that were once free… I went on there and found some that are free! These are from the Fitness360 page from the website, and I picked a few physiques that I thought was a nice progression from fit to the fittest!
(You can also get any program they have for FREE on their app BodySpace)
“The Koran clearly states that it contains two types of verses: context-independent verses, and context-dependent verses.