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HEADING FOR SALAT 😀

I WAS LATE THOU *covers face*

PEPLUM TOP BY M’ADE

This purple organza lace, is an ASO-EBI well i bought this one because it was one of my sweet client’s wedding, the peplum top is a by-product of the wedding dress (post pictures later) M’ADE designed for her. *money no fit waste* since i missed the wedding, i hope wearing it now isnt too late.

The peplum top is available for order thou *wink*

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HOW FAR have i gone?…

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By the way earlier today I updated one of my old posts and sent out.. check it here. followig yesterdays’ post. no one can break a smashed heart. what is left of it are fibres ad atries, if theres someone out there trying to reap that out, it should be “DEATH” itself. 😀

i made mention of revealing my 2012 goals and revolution I set in december last year and for US to see how far I have gone.

here… in no particular order

  1. Stay closer to GOD.
  2. Learn to be patient and optimistic.
  3. Push LC forward – Build a website for LC.
  4. Get promoted at work.
  5. Get myself a defined relationship.
  6. Create my blog with atleast one article weekly.
  7. Establish a standard resume.
  8. Increase my network of contacts.
  9. Become more responsible.
  10. Learn to complete my ramdan sessions – Pilgrim to saudi.
  11. No more odd hour parties.
  12. Complete one of my books.

Truth be told, i didnt have to look at a book every month to achieve these goals but they were just twelve plus others registered in my mind as to what and what would make me fulfilled this year 2012 it’s few days till the end of 2012 and i do not think I have done enough. please grade.

  • Stay closer to GOD.

This is marked half way because sincerely, i am better than 2010 and 2011 when talking about being closer to GOD but as you see, im not close enough. sometimes I am even too afraid to ask from him because I have done little or less in creating a bond with him.

  • Learn to be patient and optimistic.

I have  always been optimistic and entutiastic but patience, hmmm it has been difficult but thanks to writing, its helped me so much that what anger and passion i have to pour out, i do it right here on wordpress and my wonderful readers and followers on twitter are just good to go.

  • Push LC forward – Build a website for LC.

This i have proudly crossed. for the new-bees M’ADE used to be LC (LAHYOH COUTURE) but as i evolved being the motive of existence i realised the name couldn’t cart i have to offer and avoiding several mini brands why not put them all under one umbrella (not PDP tho) this gracious umbrella is called M’ADE. M’ADE is definately my greatest achievement this year would continue to top the list until i have sons and adopted kids. lol. as for the website aspect. dont worry before 31/12/12 it’ll be ready. 😀 drum rolls!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Get promoted at work.

Adjusts my collar and re-touch my IMAN powder, pouting and posing for camera and several executive handshakes, I proudly say: i am no more the front desk person / secretary, gradually moi CV is making sense. you know i always crave being a front desk officer, well after six months into it, i wanted more. more than just recieving and delivering, i wanted to make impact and have a defined Working experience. i didnt have to go too far, God willing there was an open space in the next office… Human Resource department was empty, a colleague had just resigned and i was suppose to post an ad for a new one when my boss walked in.

boss: M’ade see me now

me: ooo! im enjoying this movie jo *in my head sha*

boss: erm, you know our HRM left on monday abi?

me: nods in disbelieve

boss: the management thinks we need someone immediately  thats why you were requested to post an ad but looking at you and your enterpreneual skills, you are smart, very deligent and goal driven. we decided that you should act for a while pending your time here as a corps member.

me: jaw drops*

boss: what? you cant do it?

me: i can do anything but im not experienced you know?

boss: you see, i know you are capable thats why. dont worry as for the inexperience part, we will get you a professional you can assist when we fully employ you.

me: thinks* fully employ? erm i though i was starting up a business after NYSC O.

speaks* okay boss, just tell me what to do.

Anyways, thats the small dramma behind my getting promoted o, and since the end of NYSC i have been appointed the assisatnt HRM where i work. Its been an amazing tears breaking experience. will gist ya’ll later.

  • Get myself a defined relationship.

Lets just act as if we didnt see this one. you know how it is na. Gal is too busy for this one *covers face*

  • Create my blog with atleast one article weekly.

Ya’ll be the judge of this, with over a hundred and fifty posts in ten months i am more than sure this is achieved but DO YOU ENJOY IT?

  • Establish a standard resume.

I will someday soon post a copy of my resume and CV for you all to see, im no jobberman or CV editor but my boss has helped with the designing and re arrangement and as an HR person i see a lot of good, bad and ugly CVs everyday. mine is more than standard.

  • Increase my network of contacts.

Even though i have not met the president of Nigeria or even Obama, i have small tiny confidence that the small people i have met can do wonders in life, i am yet to post my 30secs moment with dangote, i will soon. in numbers i have met over a hundred top executives, over 500 enterpreneurs and many jagbajantis followers on twitter that make my life fun, facebook? lets not just go there and during the PROJECT I’M MADE i met a couple of people who have impacted in my life. and before i forget those wonderful kids i and many young change agents mentored, their parents. i even had one fix my door recently for free because his kid was one of them, you see? life is give and take.One saturday i was going to shop for vegetables and i got free carrot from one of the market women who recognised me during the project. i might not know the rich people o, but i got free vegetables every weekend, i will be fresher than all of you (in DAVIDO’s voice).

  • Become more responsible and make impact.

I have always been responsible *rme* but i liked free bees. i still do but now, me sef i pay bills, i don get bukata. I have responsibilities at the end of the month, i have responsible for the growth of my community, I am responsible for the welfare of about fourty staffs where i work and many other virtual intending employees. I am responsible for my self, my business and my family. in fact, i am feeling fly (in areske’s voice). I am not just responsible, I am a responsible lady. When you see ME, you gotta respect me o.

  • Learn to complete my ramdan sessions – Pilgrim to saudi.

😦 I’m not entirely happy about this thou, even I completed ramadan and all but many things are still not in place and i’m sorry for not breaking my record and dissapointing those that look up to me. but most especially God almighty, i promise to be better next year. well as for Hajj mehn, i got online and realise it takes a fortune to go for hajj o and I was earning just 30k per month *covers face* let’s hope for 2013  sha… I must go o and driver AVENZA when I get back. *smiles*

  • No more odd hour parties.

Oya protest this one if you ever saw me in a night party this year. I’m now a good girl o. Night clubbing days are so over and I miss my girls but I deduced a much better way to party hard. lets see sha. I will invite all of you (my readers and followers).

  • Complete one of my books.

Anything can still happen, I am half way into it and because i gbagaun alot, my parents wasted money on the fake english teacher they got me, it slowed me down. stop blaming! its my fault and I’m responsible for this failure and I hope to finish and publish it soon. ISA

SO, all of you that always make my head swell saying I am the perfect girlfriend and sister and everything, you see I’m not even close to being one, I am a work in progress. This post is meant to make people understand that setting goals helps you succeed better and measuring how far you have gone helps you break record. Remember Usain Bolt, he’s such a genius and role model, why? because he breaks self-records.

…i compete with no one but my self…

peace out!!!

Aisha n Josh ~ episode 13

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I had been out for 3hours, even my mom feared for my life, she was been assured of my well being, i was just short on blood and lack of energy. Waking up at about 10pm the ward was empty, My mum was still beside me, holding him so close. He was small, red and dark headed. I rolled over to get comfort, my mum called on the nurses, they checked on me and confirmed i was fine. They welcomed me to life with smiles and teases of how lazy i was, i wasn’t exactly eager to hold him but i always loved miracles, he his my miracle.
Mum handed him over, he was fragile and tiny, i was afraid i would crush him. Breast milk was all over me, immediately i held him close he cried, he’δ not had milk for last few hours. I didn’t know what to do, even i had watched women feed their babies it didn’t occur to me what next to do. He was screaming so loud, i started shedding tears, i was afraid i’ll never be up to the task, i will never be able to make him smile, i will never be the right mother for him and i was too afraid to start the new life right on my alms. I was consoled and encouraged by everyone around. My mum helped me raise him up to a more comfortable position he sucked like he has been practising from the womb. My breasts ached so much, i couldn’t even retrieve them from his warm lips. I watched and caressed him till he slept off.
The next day didn’t start easy, had to mother-routines, these things don’t just come like the usual house chores but its joyful because every seconds reminds you of how miraculous your life is. On the 17th of September my life took a new turn. I felt true Joy for once in my life, i was ready to makeup for all the L♥√ع i didn’t show him from the day i found out he was changing my whole world. But sincerely, my mum was most excited. I took the opportunity to ask her if she had heard from Aman, she nodded showing me my phone. Aman had been calling and sending me message. He even sent me a picture of my red baby with a caption “like papa(me)”. Seeing that brought a big grin to my face. I was glad someone outside my family had my back. Even before i dropped the phone, he called again, we spoke non-stop until “red baby” interrupted.
Two days passed, i was discharged from the hospital, as much as my mum would have loved to celebrate, circumstances won’t allow. Getting back home was welcoming and relaxing. Aman was waiting with lots of gifts and smiles. I was too shy to even look up to him, he was eager to receive red baby from my mum. After settling and resting, i remembered the last thing i saw immediately after my delivery, I asked my mum about it. She insisted it was Aman and his friend.
Confirming it wasn’t Aman’s friend brought much more concern to me than my mum. Things had settled and red baby was named “Aahil Basim” smiling prince, Basim was my Father’s name and Aahil-prince was the next thing i could think of. I loved him more and more by the day. Aman stood by me. He would check on us every night. He his truly a blessed man. Sometime in December he brought his Grandma to see us. My son! (Yes, he’s mine and mine alone) keeps growing bigger and healthier. It took no re consideration to cancel furthering my education in Cyprus, i just couldn’t imagine leaving Aahil, i won’t even concentrate, my whole world now revolves around him.
It was new year’s eve and as expected, you get many calls, texts and emails. I usually don’t pay attention to most of them, Aahil is too troublesome to even let me concentrate on social media. But this particular email struck me. It was from Josh. I really wish to copy and paste his message here but i had promised not to expose anymore personal messages.
His last words were ” a known devil is better than an unknown angel”. I obviously remember every bit i had with him, his mother’s words to mine. All the pain, the scars and the regrets. Aman has been there for me, he’s not asked me for anything, he’s the man my son knows. He’s hard working and God fearing. He is everything you want in a being not just a man. Even though he hasn’t asked, i know he’s only giving me time to heal. This i know because of how many times we’ve had to talk about us. He knows everyone around me and I’m sure if he had more friends and family to show i would have known them. How can Josh just show up because he thinks he can, how???

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women in Islam

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Asalam alaikumn, waramatu lahi wabarakatu

Been a while, How are my beloved readers doing? I hope insha Allah we are doing exceedingly well.
Been so down of recent and the act of writing has been missing plus i have been working round the clock, trying to beat time and breaking my own record. Alhamdulilah, am still on track, with your non stop prayers and wishes.

During my course of silence and non-blogging, a lot of things crossed path my ever busy mind, which will be revealed in this week’s posts. Please enjoy.

Status of Women in ISLAM

According to the Qur’an, men and women are equal before God; women are not blamed for violating the “forbidden tree,” nor is their suffering in pregnancy and childbirth a punishment for that act.

Islam sees a woman, whether single or married, as an individual in her own right, with the right to own and dispose of her property and earnings. A marital gift is given by the groom to the bride for her own personal use, and she may keep her own family name rather than adopting her husband’s. Roles of men and women are complementary and collaborative. Rights and responsibilities of both sexes are equitable and balanced in their totality.

Both men and women are expected to dress in a way that is simple, modest and dignified; specific traditions of female dress found in some Muslim countries are often the expression of local customs rather than religious principle. Likewise, treatment of women in some areas of the Muslim world sometimes reflects cultural practices which may be inconsistent, if not contrary, to authentic Islamic teaching..

The messenger of God said

“The most perfect in faith amongst believers is he who is best in manner and kindest to his wife.”

Women in Islam

At a time when Islam is faced with hostile media coverage particularly where the status of women in Islam is concerned, it may be quite surprising to learn that the majority of converts to Islam are WOMEN

The Muslim woman was given a role, duties and rights 1400 years ago that most women do not enjoy today, even in the West. These are designed to keep balance in society; what may seem unjust or missing in one place is compensated for or explained in another place.

FACTS NOT FICTION

This information has been written with the objective of briefing you on the true Islamic teaching regarding women laid down by the Quran and prophet Mohammad over 14 centuries ago.

Islam declared women and men equal.

Islam condemned pre-Islamic practices degrading and oppressing women.

The same injunctions and prohibitions of Islam equally apply to both sexes.

Islam gave woman the right of inheritance and the right of individual independent ownership unhampered by father, husband, brother, son or anyone else.

Islam gave women the right to accept or reject a marriage proposal free from pressure, and by mutual agreement to specify in the marriage contract that she has the right to divorce (if she misses that option she has the right to seek court divorce if she deems the marriage to have failed beyond repair).

Islam does not require woman to change her name at marriage.

Islam protects the family and condemns the betrayal of marital infidelity. It recognizes only one type of family: husband and wife united by authentic marriage contract.

Jazakum Allah kairan….. Please share! May Allah Make the rest of this month, easy for us. AMIN!

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99 names of Allah and the usage…1

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“99 Names of Allah”

AL RAHMAN: THE MERCIFUL

He who repeats this Name 100 times after each farz (obligatory) prayer will have good memory, a keen awareness, and be free of a heavy heart.

AL RAHIM: THE COMPASSIONATE

He who repeats this Name 100 times after each Fajr (early morning) prayer will find everyone to be friendly towards him and show easiness to him

AL MALIK: THE SOVEREIGN LORD

He who repeats this Name any time will be respected and treated
accordingly by others.

AL QUDDUS: THE HOLY

The hearts of those who repeat this name 100 times each day will be
free from anxiety.

( Thanks to Mohamed Ezzat Fahmi, S/W Dev. Manager for making the corrections of the word Holy from Holly. Thanks a million! )

AL SALAM: THE PEACE

He who repeats this Name 160 times to a sick person will help them regain health.

AL MUMIN: THE GUARDIAN OF FAITH

He who repeats this Name will be free from harm.

AL MUHAIMIN: THE PROTECTOR

He who repeats this Name and have complete ablution, their inner being will be luminous.

AL AZIZ: THE MIGHTY

He who repeats this Name 40 times after each Fajr prayer for 40 days will be independent of need from others

AL JABBAR: THE COMPELLER

He who repeats this Name will not be compelled to do anything against his wishes, and will not be exposed to violence, severity, or
hardness.

AL MUTAKABBIR: THE SELF EXPANDING

He who repeats this Name before having intercourse with his wife, Allah will bless him with a righteous child

AL KHALIQ: THE CREATOR

He who repeats this Name at night, Allah will create an angel whose duty is to act righteously for this person until the day of Judgment. The reward for this angels actions will be given to that person.

AL BARI: THE MAKER FROM NOTHING

He who creates all things in proportion

AL MUSAWWIR: THE FASHIONER

If a woman who desires to give birth, but cannot, fasts seven days, and each day at the breaking of the fast (iftar) she repeats these three Names twenty-one times, breathes into a glass of water, and then breaks the fast with this glass of water, Allah will bless her with a child.

AL GHAFFAR: THE ABSOLVER

He who repeats this Name will be forgiven his sins

AL QAHHAR: THE DOMINANT

The soul of him who repeats this name will conquer the desire of the flesh, and his heart will be made free from the attractions of the world and gain inner peace. This name also frees one from being
wronged

AL WAHHAB: THE BESTOWER

The person who repeats this name seven times after (dua) appealing to Allah, his appeal will be answered. He who has a desire, or a person
who is captured by an enemy, or someone who can’t earn enough to maintain himself, if he repeats this name for three or seven nights 100 times after two rakas (prayers) at midnight with ablution, Allah
will bless him with his needs.

AL RAZZAQ: THE PROVIDER

He who repeats this name will be provided with sustenance by Allah.

AL FATTAH: THE OPENER OF THE HEART

The heart of him who repeats this name will be open, and will be given victory.

AL ALIM: THE OMNISCIENT

He who repeats this name, his heart will become luminous, revealing divine light (Nur)

AL QABID: THE RESTRAINER

He who writes this name on 50 pieces of food (fruit, bread, etc.) for 40 days will be free from hunger.

AL BASIT: THE SPREADER

He who repeats this name ten times during Fajr with open hands (palms up), then rubs his face with his hands, will be free of need from
others.

AL KHAFID: THE ABASER

Those who fast three days, and on the fourth day in a gathering read this Name 70,000 times, Allah will free them from harm by their enemy.

AL RAFI: THE EXALTER

He who repeats this name 100 times day and night, Allah will make him higher as far as honor, richness and merit are concerned.

AL MUIZZ: THE HONORER

Repeated 140 times after Isha prayer during Monday and Friday (according to the lunar calendar, Sunday and Thursday), Allah makes him dignified in the eyes of others. That person will have fear of no one but Allah

AL MUDHILL: THE DEGRADER

He who repeats this name 75 times will be free from harm by those who are jealous of him and wish to harm him. Allah will protect him.

AL SAMI: THE ALL HEARING

He who repeats this name 100 times without speaking to anyone on Thursday after the Zuhr prayer (noon time), Allah will bestow on him
any desire.

AL BASIR: THE ALL SEEING

He who repeats this Name 100 times between farz and the first sunset prayer at Cuma (Friday afternoon prayer), Allah will give this person esteem in the eyes of others.

AL HAKAM: THE JUDGE

He who repeats this name many times at night, many secrets (sirr) will be revealed to him.

AL ADL: THE EQUITABLE

On Friday night, if you write this Name on a piece of bread, people will obey you.

AL LATIF: THE MOST SUBTLE AND GRACIOUS

He who has become poor, and is lonely, if he repeats this name 100 times after two rakas (extra prayers), his desire will be fulfilled.

AL KHABIR: THE AWARE

He who has a bad habit which he does not like, and continuously repeats this Name, will be quickly freed from this habit.

AL HALIM: THE CLEMENT

If one writes this name on a piece of paper, and puts it where his seed is sown, no harm, disaster or calamity will befall his crop.

AL AZIM: THE SUPREME GLORY

Those who repeat this name many times will be respected.

AL GHAFUR: THE MUCH FORGIVING

He who has a headache, fever, and is despondent, who continuously repeats this Name, will be relieved of his ailment.

AL SHAKUR: THE MOST GRATEFUL

He who has a heavy heart, and repeats this Name 41 times, breathes into a glass of water, then washes his face with this water, his heart will lighten, and he will be able to maintain himself.

AL ALI: THE EXALTED

He whose faith is low and repeats this Name, it will be raised, his destiny will be opened; the traveler will reach his homeland.

AL KABIR: THE GREAT

He who repeats this Name 100 times each day will have esteem.

AL HAFIZ: THE PRESERVER

He who repeats this Name 16 times each day will be protected against calamities.

AL MUQIT: THE SUSTAINER

If someone with a bad-mannered child repeats this Name into a glass of water, and gives this water to the child to drink, the child will have good manners.

AL HASIB: THE RECKONER

If one is afraid of being robbed, afraid of the jealousy of another, of being harmed or wronged, he begins on a Thursday to repeat this name 70 times, day and night, for seven days and nights. At the seventy-first time, he says Allah is my Reckoner (Habiyallah-ul-Hasib), and he will be free of his fears.

AL JALIL: THE SUBLIME

He who writes this name on a piece of paper with musk and saffron, washes it, and drinks the water from a ceramic container made of earth, will be revered among men.

AL KARIM: THE GENEROUS

He who repeats this Name many times will have esteem in this world and hereafter.

AL RAQIB: THE WATCHFUL

He who repeats this Name seven times on himself, his family and property, all will be under Allahs Protection.

AL MUJIB: THE HEARER AND ANSWERER OF PRAYERS

The appeal of him who repeats this name be answered.

AL WASI: THE COMPREHENSIVE

If one who has difficulty earning, repeats this name, he will have good earnings.

AL HAKIM: THE WISE

He who repeats this Name continuously (from time to time) will not
have difficulties in his work.

Continues tomorrow…….. Insha Allah

TODAY’s GivE AWAY QUESTION;
Which of the sahaba of the prophet muhammad (SAW) was mentioned in the Holy Quran, and tell us which surah and verse.

May Almighty Allah Make it easy for us. AMIN
Jazakum Allah Kairan

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I ask myself…. tonight

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ask him before he asks you

ask him before he asks you

“Oh how swiftly, it’s mid-Ramadan now

I sit here, wondering and thinking how,

Have I spent my first days of Ramadan fruitfully?

Or have I wasted the time unknowingly?”

Ramadhan comes, for a short month it’s here

Will I ever meet the Ramadan next year?

Allah Oh Allah, help me guide my heart through

For only You know, if I’ve devoted enough to You.”

-excerpts of the poem “Not done enough this Ramadan” by
Udiana Jamalludin

Ramadan, as usual, has flown by. Despite planning beforehand, many of us may have gotten caught up in a routine after accustoming ourselves to the change in schedule the blessed month brings.

This may have affected our initial plans to increase our worship, contemplation and to seek Allah’s Forgiveness and Mercy with greater fervour. But the last ten days and nights of Ramadan are still ahead for us to benefit from. Ask yourself these questions and see what you can do to make the most of what’s left of Ramadan this year, Insha
Allah.

1. Have I kept pace with the amount of Quran I wanted to read, or have I fallen behind?

2. If so, how much do I have to read on a daily basis the rest of Ramadan to catch up?

3. Have I tried to attend Tarawih regularly, or did I use weak excuses to get out of it?

4. Did I ever pray the night prayer?

5. Did I try praying my five daily prayers with more sincerity,
concentration, and focus than usual?

6. Did I invite anyone over for Iftar (breaking the fast)?

7. Did I help any needy person, even a panhandler or beggar, when I was fasting?

8. Did I regularly seek Allah’s Forgiveness and Mercy with sincerity, fear and hope?

9. Did I encourage my family to fast or participate in regular opportunities for more rewards that come with Ramadan (i.e. good deeds in general, but also Tarawih, more reading of the Quran, etc.).

10. Did I memorize any more Quran than what I knew before Ramadan started?

11. Did I try to be more patient in Ramadan than I normally am?

12. Did I try to control my anger, especially while fasting?

13. Did I try harder to avoid backbiting and slander?

14. Did I constantly check my intentions, to make sure that my good deeds were for the sake of Allah alone, not to impress others, gain their favor, or to show off?

15. Was there even an atom of pride in my heart?

16. Was I quieter and more contemplative?

17. Did I cry in my prayers?

18. Did I read more Islamic literature apart from the Quran?

19. Did I make sincere repentance to Allah, really feeling sorry for my sins?

20. Did I forgive those who hurt me?

21. Did I avoid hurting anyone with my attitude, words, intentions or actions?

22. Did I give any more Sadaqah (charity) than I normally give?

23. Did I share the message of Ramadan and Islam with a non-Muslim?

24. Did I share the message of Ramadan and Islam with a non-practicing Muslim family member or friend?

25. Did I feel annoyed at being hungry while fasting or did I rejoice?

THIS ARE QUESTIONS WE SHOULD ASK OURSELVES….

THANKS FOR READING; THE WINNER OF YESTERDAYS’ GIVE AWAY IS GOING TO HAVE THE MODERN CAP, AMAZINGLY HE’S NOT A MUSLIM BUT HE DECIDED TO MAKE FINDINGS ON THE QUESTION, MAY ALMIGHTY ALLAH BLESS HIM AND REWARD HIM.

JAZAKUM ALLAH KAIRAN!

Masalam.

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Ramadhan Give away!!!

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Salam Alaikum,
How are you holding up, good thing Allah has favoured us with this cool weather unlike the previous years, as we go on may he Make it easy for us and accept it as an Act of Ibadah.

This Ramadhan, M’ADE will be given away a lot of things but first stop to the motherless/Orphanage home in few days, so if you have any thing to give, you can contact me via twitter @Made_crations and i can pick it up.

Also, the #PROJECTI’MMADE starts tomorrow, with registrations of candidate and interaction of candidates with trainers, we hope to have our opening ceremony on the 10th of August, 2012. May Almighty Allah make it a reality.

Finally, our dear readers and twitter followers would be appreciated with several gifts 😀 but to win gifts, there would be questions and answers about this blog, Islam, Made as a coy and much more.

To enter, follow @MADE_creations on twitter and mention for a follow back with #M’ADE, also for every question to be answered, respond in reply box and immediately mention on twitter for timing records, the first person with the most correct answer gets the days gifts ranging from;

holy Quran

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pray rugs

prayer rugs

rosary/pray beads

rosary/prayer beads

jalabiya

jalabiya

hijab

hijab

abaya for male winner

abaya for male winner

prayer books

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cap for male

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ultimate price-dinner date

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Let’s get it STARted!

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