Let’s enjoy counting up, remembering that Allah will weigh our accumulating deeds.
Today’s rhyme is about a fictional old lady. She usually chooses to wear yellow shoes. Not to attract attention to her feet. Rather, to give herself ease in finding her shoes. Her decision is between her and her Lord.
Allah alone is worthy of worship. I recognise there is no god but Allah. And I praise Him.
As I increasingly intend to prepare holistically for Ramadan, I am seeking inspiration from Shumaisa Khan.
Ramadan is an amazing month, quietly full of reading, fasting, praying, and giving, and eager checking of clocks. Eid-ul-Fitr… Read more Ramadan is Amazing
Last year, my Ramadan was a blessing, alhamdulillah, but this year I am sincerely hoping for more connection with Allah… Read more Islamic Nursery Rhymes Album
Thursday 31 March, 1:30pm to 3pm at the IHRC Bookshop, London Please join children’s authors Elizabeth Lymer and Aisha Mohammed… Read more Rhyming Towards Ramadan
Alhamdulillah I have shared the complete Ramadan Rhymes collection on SoundCloud 🙂 Please click here for the free Ramadan Rhymes playlist.… Read more FREE Ramadan Rhymes
I sincerely hope these suggestions of children’s books are beneficial to you and your family in maintaining beautiful children’s bedtimes at the close of Ramadan that lead into prayerful nights for you, their parents and carers.
‘It’s the month of fasting: Ramadan, The third pillar of Islam …’ Sing along to Ramadan Rhymes with this video… Read more Ramadan Rhymes Video