1. After reading your post this morning i cried and sobbed….the reason i read blogposts is it gives me a glimpse of what is every individuals take on life ,and how they deal with stress and problems.It kind of prepares me mentally for any future problems in my life.Let us accept the fact that what Allah has ordained for us that will definetly happen.All we can do is accept it positively, move on in life and inspire others to deal with the situation positively…..u have inspired me today….respect what u do?(artelicious1)

    1. JazakAllahu Khayr Tabassum. We cannot change our fate except pray that God will guide us and keep us all safe. Your kind words mean a lot to me. <3

  2. I cannot imgine how difficult it is for you all to accept what happened to your son. But you cannot blame yourself. Remember it s not your fault. It was part of Allah’s plan and nothing you could have done will change that. I pray your son will come to accept what has happened soon.

    You have some great goals for this month. You are right to think about having fun with your kids with daily craft time. I’m looking forward to reading your post about your fridge inventory and recipe checklist.

    1. jzk Weronika,
      Ameen. It takes one step after another when things go wrong. InshaAllah, he will learn to accept that this does not change who he is.

  3. My heart aches for you and your family. I can’t imagine going through this, but you have handled it with such wisdom. I know it will be tough going for him, but he has such incredible support in his family and faith. Hugs 🙂

    1. Thank you Leanna,

      Your kind words mean a lot to me. ❤️ I am taking it one day at a time… but trying to be someone’s rock is not easy when you yourself have doubts. 🙁 hopefully time will heal our hearts as well as the scar.

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