Asalaam Alaikum!!! 😊
here's a little about me; I'm an Italian/Greek hajjan revert who is so thankful to Allah Ta'Alla for inviting me and my husband to perform Hajj 🕋
For us both, it was a tearful but surreal and beautiful life changing experience and I pray🙏 that we're re-invited to the sacred site again one day with the addition of our two blessed son's Insha'Allah.
Married to a wonderful Kashmiri, born and bred in London and who I whole heartily love and adore more than words can express. Someone who I thought only existed in movies and books. My rock, my life, my everything. The one that makes me laugh, wipes away my tears, hugs me and tells me everyday how much he loves me (main tum se Muhabbat kurta hu) A man that stands up for me when family is against me and remembers what I've been through and gave up during my acceptance of the only true and natural religion of Islam.
I honestly found the true meaning of (not even death will do us apart because Insha'Allah 🙏 we'll be reunited in Jannah hand in hand)
Sometimes I feel heavy hearted 😥 and if you want to know why, it's because I am not fully accepted in the Asian environment. Sadly, to some Asian families I'm seen as the white girl (the gora) - eventhough I have the same olive skin tone as my husband.
We all have different ethnic backgrounds, speak different languages and have different coloured skin but are we not all from the same human race. Am I really so different? Everyday I keep my head up high and do my best to remain humble because that's the teaching of Islam. All I ask is, please don't judge me or others in my position.
Allah Ta'Ala has bought me and my husband together for a reason and Insha'Allah, not even mountains will get in the way of two people whom He has put together.
Ya Allah, please protect my husband and sons, for you alone know how much I love them...
And We created you in pairs. (Quran 78.8)
- London Hammersmith
- JoinedFebruary 6, 2019