Khalo folks! And Asalamu Akaykum!
I was inspired by Sis M. who featured some beautiful gifts she received from Saudi Arabia. A few months ago, my supervisor returned from Hajj (mashallah) and came bearing gifts!
When I saw, I was so touched I ran up to her and squeezed her. I had never received something so pretty and so precious and with so much meaning. Getting something from saudi for me feels like getting some precious artifact. My whole life I have been saving my a red one from my childhood like a keepsake. Inshallah, I hope to pass this too down to my daughter one day...
|Tasbih from KSA|
Now as Gawgeous as these are, funny how it never compelled me to say more dhikr. So I consider this post a wake up call to remind my self to keep my tongue more busy with the names of Allah.
When do you find time to recite dhikr? Anyone else need a wake up call like moi?