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Ruhaifa Samir is a mother of four, a practising Muslimah, an avid reader, and a passionate writer. She works primarily as a trainer for mothers and teachers, advocating a multi sensorial, learner-centred approach, which she has learnt through her work as a remedial specialist for children with dyslexia. She is also an author of English textbooks, based on the teachings of the Qur’an (currently under editing), and creative director of a Tafseer app for kids (soon to be launched Insha’Allah).
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- Put on the weight of good deeds: Most resolutions people make tend to revolve around weight. Let yours, too! Vow to put on the weight of good deeds. Continue with the extra Ibadah you have become accustomed to this Ramadan, and be heavier when you greet the new Ramadan next year!
- Keep the secret bond: For the past few weeks, you have woken up before dawn to eat Suhoor. Do not let go of this habit. Continue to wake up before the Adhan of Fajr for this is the time Allah (swt) calls out to His slaves, ready to give them whatever they ask Him. Resolve to not let go of this special bond you have created with Him this month.
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