I have ZamZam water!

I heard it’s good for when your sick. What else are the supposed properties of ZamZam?

I’m under the weather

And when I am sick, I worry about pointless things. Drew says I am flat out irrational.

So today, what am I worried about? My semi-existent job. I live about an hour away from my work place and this often causes problems.

A few weeks back, they called me into work and I went, right? Travelled an hour and I get there just for them to say, “Oops. We don’t need you.” I insisted on staying as much as possible. (Which turned out to be an hour and a half) then I went home.

I made $12 that day and drove longer than I worked. So I was furious.

The same boss asked for me to work Wednesdays after a certain day in October. She said she would call me. So I found out yesterday through a co-worker that I was supposed to work even though nobody told me.

I was getting very sick. So I called five times to the manager as well as to the front desk. NOBODY answered so I gave up. They didn’t officially tell me I was working anyway, so I thought, maybe I’m worried for no reason.

At 10:30 this morning, they called wanting to know where I was and I told them what was up.

Now I’m worried. What if they don’t like me because I couldn’t read their minds properly? Is that weird?

I want to quit my job soon. :( I’m so done with this whole thing but my family wants me to stay. They said having a tiny job is better than none, but is it? I only work a few hours every couple of months.

fiseebilillah:

my boy paccccccc

Too true, Mr. tupac,

fiseebilillah:

my boy paccccccc

Too true, Mr. tupac,

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"How did ‘astaghfirullah’, which is supposed to be an admission of ones own guilt, become a phrase of condemning the other?"

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THANK YOU

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"One day, you’re 17 and you’re planning for someday. And then quietly, without you ever really noticing, someday is today. And then someday is yesterday. And this is your life."

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whoismims:

Hong Kong’s protesters are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture used in Ferguson


Wow, that’s amazing really. More proof on how social media changes the world!

whoismims:

Hong Kong’s protesters are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture used in Ferguson

Wow, that’s amazing really. More proof on how social media changes the world!

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superhanallah:

She works as a Hajj Fun Manager

superhanallah:

She works as a Hajj Fun Manager

"inshallah, inshallah, inshallah."

— a reminder to myself that this, too, shall pass… (via infinite-)

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a-distant-stranger:

#muslimApologies

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The part of me that loves things that do other things is in love with these. Seriously, where does one purchase these things?

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ryandonato:

crossconnectmag:

Featured Curator of the Week: Michael Carini (acrylicalchemy)

Ryan Donato is an artist living in New York. His work is inspired by human emotion, the subconscious, colors and the firm desire to capture them.

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Thank you, Michael.

So beautiful! I love this art style!

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I am selling my paintings to help pay for rent and general things around the house. If I could humbly ask you to look at them and give me feedback/buy them, that would be great. :D

superhanallah:

Ramadan Spirit!

superhanallah:

Ramadan Spirit!