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Be the reason someone believes in the goodness of people...good morning⚘
If you were born or raised in New York City, but haven’t traveled via the subway system even once in your life, you haven’t lived the city life. And I’ll tell you what the subway is like: it’s nasty. There is trash in the rails, humongous rats, and black streaks down the walls (I don’t ever wanna know what they are). Many of the stations have cracked/broken stairs, and trains themselves are not always clean. The handrails in NYC trains are definitely the dirtiest with the most bacteria than any other city in the USA. I don’t understand why the financial capital of the world has such a dirty subway system.
The one and only positive thing about it is the diversity of people traveling. I see people of every color in those trains. Sometimes sleeping on their way to work or back home. Other times striking up a meaningful conversation with their neighbor. You really do learn a lot about others in those not so clean trains. And sometimes there are performers who do all kinds of neat tricks and dances. I’ve seen quite a few of those and hope to see many more in the future. Do the pros outweigh the cons? I don’t know. I still want cleaner stations. Is that really too much to ask?
If you visit NYC this holiday season, skip Uber or Taxi for a day and take a ride in our trains. Speak to strangers and you’ll be amazed at how much you’ll learn. Just make sure to have a big bottle of Purell for your hands.
🎶 Just hear those sleigh bells jingling
Come on it's lovely weather
For a sleigh ride together with you 🎶
I’ve never been on a sleigh ride, but it sounds great. And skiing! Definitely something I’d love to try this year. But somewhere far from the city. Alhumdulillah for this decent weather here. I don’t want it to snow within a 25 mile radius of where I live 🙈
🎶 I don't wanna be needing your love
I just wanna be deep in your love
And it's killing me when you're away
'Cause I really don't care where you are
I just wanna be there where you are
And I gotta get one little taste 🎶
The most delicious burger EVER. And I love that as soon as they see that you’re a hijabi, they tell you what two items on the menu are not halal (Elk and Bison I believe). In case you go and they don’t tell you, make sure to ask. FYI, I ordered the Smokey burger 😍
I’m looking for recommendations that top this. What’s your favorite halal burger spot in NYC? Or any good halal food place that you really like?
Me ft the Bean.
My husband and I went to Chicago in September. We parked our car in one of the garages and walked so much that I was sure I’d lost a few pounds 😜
I remember when I lived in Chicago for a few months of rotations, my roommate had wanted to go the bean. I was a whole different person then and barely left the house, and thus didn’t go to see the bean. So during this super short 2 day visit, I made sure to go to all those places I had missed out on.
And that’s the message I’ll leave you with today - go explore. Visit as many places as you can while you’re away from home. Your experiences are truly priceless.
| And the mountains Echoed ⛰
Document the moments you feel most in love with yourself - what you’re wearing, who you’re around, what you’re doing. Recreate and repeat. | Warsan Shire
In this pic from my nikah, he put the ring on my right hand. Why? Because one of my fake nails from my left hand broke off a little while I was on stage and I didn’t want that in the picture 🤦🏻♀️ and yes I wore red on my nikah. What was I thinking? There were so many fashion fails that day and I definitely learned the much needed lessons before my rukhsati 😂.
Btw, did you know Islam does not require women to change their name after marriage? Unlike in today’s so called progressive age (as defined by the west), in Islam, a women’s identity does not change after marriage. And that’s beautiful ❤️ .
When I took biology in college, I was surprised to learn that we’d be dissecting an actual animal. I’d heard of students dissecting cats in anatomy and thus told myself to stay far away from that class. I couldn’t (and still can’t) fathom the thought of dissecting a cat. A week into biology, we were told of what animal we would be dissecting - a baby pig. But isn’t that haram? I thought with full conviction. I must drop out of this class. I can’t possibly touch a pig even with gloves on. I told my parents that I’d be dropping out since we’d have to dissect the forbidden animal. My parents looked at me like I was this crazy girl talking nonsense. “It’s haram to eat it. Who said it’s haram to dissect it for learning purposes?” Ummmmm this girl over here 🙋🏻♀️.
It took me a few days to come to terms to the fact that it wasn’t the idea of the pig being “haram” that was making me want to quit. It was the fear of the animal itself. I was afraid to go near it which was forcing me to make excuses to avoid having to dissect it. So I faced that fear. On the first day of dissection, I watched as my partner did the work. Within 30 minutes, I had tripled up on my heavy duty gloves and was dissecting away as per textbook diagrams. •
I took precautions to make sure it didn’t come into direct contact with my skin or clothes. I specifically bought thick gloves to avoid the blood or anatomical organs getting on my hands or arms. After coming home, I would hand wash my clothes even though thy were clean and take a long shower. I understand that this was a bit extra, but it was what I needed to continue with this class. And I’m glad I did. The lab professor was an actual physician who taught as if we were in medical school and I learned a lot that semester. Ofcourse, it was way different experience from dissecting a cadaver in first year anatomy but that’s a story for another day 😅