Mina. 8teen. London. My Deen is important to me, because it creates my identity. I'm not a slave of this world, I know that in this world I'm free. I'm here to please Allah, the Almighty. So let my enemies say what they want coz I'm care-free.
I’m learning to control my skin condition, Alhamdulillah With the Help of Allah and Hos beautiful uncreated words, The Qur’aan will help cure my skin condition. Coz I know for definite its evil eye coz it mostly flared up after I do henna for people. Thank Allah, Allah gave me hands !!
Kill my self-esteem, Why don’t you! And make rude comments about my hands behind my back then in front of me say it’s normal and okay to have it. Look yeah, I didn’t choose Or want to have eczema, but I guess I’ll take it as a blessing from Allah (He’s testing my patience and gratefulness)Indirect to Some guy who doesn’t have no empathy or a BRAIN’
Some Muslim pretty girls think they can flaunt their beauty to strangers. Girl, You have to respect and preserve yourself for the best!
Not attract attention from the wolfie onlookers …
اللَّهُمَّ أَنْتَ حَسَّنْتَ خَلْقِي فَحَسِّنْ خُلُقِي
“O Allah, just as you have made my external features beautiful, make my character beautiful as well”
if it’ll keep my heart soft
break my heart every day
(via 9940km)all praises due to the most high
I hope the one who marries me, accepts me for who I am and understands my skin condition 😢
So I started wearing bandages on my hands (and feet). When I went to college my English teacher (the one I hate) asked me about what happened. So I was like “it’s nothing big” and he insisted on wanting to know. Then I just told him my Eczemas gone bad. And then he goes “aweww poor you!” like I didn’t want sympathy or any comment!! Yet teachers don’t even care about your situation why bother asking about what happened?! Kmt.