Hi there! I’m Fadhilah, a seeker, writer, voracious reader, and a DJ – but we’ll talk more about that in a moment.
First, let’s talk about why this website will be useful for you.
Like you, I’m constantly in a jihad to become a better Muslimah and trying to equip myself with all the knowledge I need to be a better person. I write about the struggle that we all face to become better servants of Allah, better students of life, and better people — and how we can achieve that by constantly being mindful of what we do and consume, literally and metaphorically.
Here’s a small sampling of the articles you’ll find here:
- Tips on how to learn better
- Ideas for improving your quality of life
- Beneficial reminders on the deen and mindfulness…
All of these and more delivered to you through a mix of my own experiments, scientific research, reflections, and easy–to–understand writing :)
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"I have enjoyed every single letter you have sent to me. I think you should just keep writing like you do, because I love how you combine Islamic concepts and make everyday activities practical."− Sister Abimbola, Canada
"I would like to let you know that I appreciate every single letters that you wrote to me. Sometimes, those letters arrived exactly at the time when I need it. It's as though Allah is reminding me and making me feel better through your letters. Keep on writing!"− Sister Zareen, UK
"I love how your letters brings me through an emotional roller coaster ride. Some of them are very relatable, others are reminders that are like a slap across the face (haha), and some are purely motivational and spiritually reviving. Alhamdulillah, keep it up love!"− Sister Nadiah, Singapore
Check out all the articles I’ve written, listen to my (recorded) live radio show Tracklist for the Dean’s List which is all about becoming better students, and don’t forget to subscribe to my letters if you’ve yet to do so!
I don’t know everything, but I try to share everything I know, insyaallah :)
My latest articles
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