The Last Three

As salaamu ‘alaykum,

If you have stuck with me till the end, then may Allah reward your patiencešŸ˜€ I apologize for how sporadic my posting was. I had suspected it would be, which is why I hesitated to share at all. My husband told me to go ahead and do it anyway; it doesn’t make sense to not start something good because you’re afraid of failure!

Anyway. Here are the last three stories. I know I am stopping at #28, but I write them on a daily basis and know that I will not have time to look up more stories over the next two days.

#26 Ibrahim and Namrud

#27 “The Lord of Umar Sees Us”

#28 Legs Like Uhud

If anyone was wondering whereĀ I got the stories from, they were from multiple books, including:Ā Tafsir Ibn Kathir, Gems and Jewels (published by Dar us Salam), a book full of Hadith Qudsi, AĀ Treasury ofĀ Muslim Literature, and the stories of the women who took down Pharoah were actually from a talk I heard fromĀ Nouman AliĀ Khan.Ā I am humanĀ and I’m sure I made mistakes (not just grammatical ones); if you happen to catch them, IĀ appreciate you pointing them outšŸ™‚

May Allah accept from all of us this Ramadan! Please try to carry onĀ the good habits you may have started in Ramadan and pray for me that I may too!

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Ramadan Story #24 and #25

#24 Don’t Be Quick to Judge

#25 Then What Will Happen?

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Stories #22 & 23

Bismillah. Apologies. Sick kiddies…

#22 You Came Early

#23 The Power of Good Company

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Ramadan Story #21

The odd nights began yesterday! May Allah accept from all of us.

Today’s hadith is from a short Hadith Qudsi. #21 One Wish

 

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Ramadan Story #20

Finally caught up!šŸ™‚

#20 The Most Just

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Ramadan Story #19

#19 The Great Grandfather of the Prophet (peace be upon him)

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Ramadan Story #17 & #18

Bismillah.

Here’s the story for Aasiya – A Perfect Woman

And story #18 I Preferred the Dog to Myself

#18 is about generosity. So it would be a good idea to encourage the kids to think of a practical way they can be generous with something they lovešŸ™‚ Whether it’s giving a toy they love to a sibling or giving some saved money for someone who needs it more.

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