One of my favorite quotes is by Barbara J. Winter: “When you come to the end of all the light you know, and it’s time to step into the darkness of the unknown, faith is knowing that one of two things shall happen: You will either be given something solid to stand on or you will be taught to fly.”
It's unbelievable how much you have to go through as a 21st century Muslim youth. Your youth will come with its own share of struggles, confusion, temptations and negative experiences. And so will it carry positive experiences and life changing opportunities. Seize the opportunity to stop one thing TODAY to change your life FOREVER. Learn these self help tips to keep your mind, body and soul in sync with your fitrah.
Even if your daughter doesn’t wear a hijab on a daily basis, your daughter’s first hijab will be special. Your daughter’s first hijab may be for Quran class, or for when she visits the mosque; whatever the occasion, make sure her first hijab is special! To make the process memorable, take your daughter shopping for her very first hijab.
People like to criticize. Those who are ignorant have uttered curses at Allah, the creator of all that exists, so what treatment should we, who are full of faults, expect from people. We will always face criticism, which in its onslaught is like an interminable war. As long as we shine, give, produce and have effects on others, then disapproval and condemnation will be a lot in life.