Book Review : Light for the Lost Soul by Mizz Nina

When the book was published earlier this year, I didn't think I'd buy it. It looks interesting, yes but maybe because I was not a fan of Mizz Nina before when she was an artist and I also don't follow her much online. Usually when I fancy a celebrity I would collect their merchandise like … Continue reading Book Review : Light for the Lost Soul by Mizz Nina

Easier-Going Muslim

#latepost Something caught my eyes when I scrolled down my Facebook timeline the other day. "Shah Rukh Khan and Dr. Zakir Naik – a Live Dialogue on Muslims’ Identity" - wow, two significant icons in their respective industries met on the same stage to talk about Islam? Interesting. It's an old video from 2010 I … Continue reading Easier-Going Muslim

A Beautiful Beginning

Circa 1989 I was surprised when my brother shared this picture in the whatsapp group the other day. An old picture of our family over 30 years ago. Oh how nostalgic!! What surprised me was actually because I think I've never seen this photo before. Or maybe I just couldn't recall.. But really, I think … Continue reading A Beautiful Beginning

The Covid Concept

Officially fully vaccinated.  Alhamdulillah, received my second dose of Astrazeneca yesterday with everything went well.  When it comes to deciding whether or not I am to be vaccinated, this commitment falls under ikhtiar - an effort. An effort to fight Covid-19 by building herd immunity in the country so the population will become immune to … Continue reading The Covid Concept