The Leaves to The Tree
Maulana Rumi’s Poetry CornerDon’t look at your form, however ugly or beautiful. Look at love and at the aim of your quest...O you whose lips are parched, keep looking for water. Those parched lips are proof that eventually you will reach the source.
- Join The Club
- Dear Son…
- Always a mother
- On getting pregnant again
- I don’t feel strong. I’m just about surviving.
- Why I refuse to sit in the boat of depression
- From Paradise he came and returned
- The 4-6 month Blur
- What to say about your EDD
- “More Than a Footnote: Me, My Child, and Autism” By Ustadha Zaynab Ansari
- “Fussy baby”
- Why not just bury the baby girl?
- Detergents, Bathing, Lotions and Potions
- Fasting when pregnant and/or breastfeeding
- Vaccinating Rosey on the NHS
Ahlam on Mirror Mirror on the Wall… Well wisher on Dua for 15th of Sha’ban… Saidou badjie on Dua before studying sana on Mirror Mirror on the Wall… Shagufta on Dear Son…
Category Archives: Hadith Qudsi
On the morning of Thursday 28th April 2011, Trodden Path students gathered in the musalla to hear the farewell advice of Habib Kadhim as-Saqqaf. The farewell advice was called “The One-Minute Project” by Habib Kadhim himself. May you all benefit … Continue reading
Marhaba al-Habib ‘Umar bin Hafiz We are happy to announce the final timetable for al-Habib Umar’s visit to the UK. It is a true blessing to have al-Habib Umar in our lands and we pray that we all be of … Continue reading
… welcoming the mubarak month of Rabbi al’Awwal to our communities… Please keep this student, her family and friends in your much needed duas, especially during the mawlids you are fortunate to attend.
Alhamdulillah, by Allah’s Enabling Grace, “Kitab an-niyat كتاب النيات (book of intentions)” by Al Habib Muhammad bin A’lawi al-A’idarus (Sa’d) is here! The Book can be purchased from Guidance Media. For those unaware of this beautiful gift here is what this student … Continue reading
The Trodden Path Retreat 1431 … clickety click on the link above for more information. For Updates: DeenPort or otherwise feel free to email the organisers at The Greensville Trust on firstname.lastname@example.org