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  • When people make fun of immigrant accents and you can't help but laugh bc 
1. Leaving home is the epitome of courage 
2. Being multilingual is lit af
3. Being ignorant to 1 & 2 is pretty embarrassing itself ahahahaha 😂😂😂
    When people make fun of immigrant accents and you can't help but laugh bc 1. Leaving home is the epitome of courage 2. Being multilingual is lit af 3. Being ignorant to 1 & 2 is pretty embarrassing itself ahahahaha 😂😂😂
    2017-02-22 23:51:23

  • Rain drop drop top drinking some chai in a tea cup ☕️🐸
    Rain drop drop top drinking some chai in a tea cup ☕️🐸
    2017-02-18 16:21:58

  • Happy Valentine's Day my love! Can't explain how grateful I am to have you in my life 😘😘
    Happy Valentine's Day my love! Can't explain how grateful I am to have you in my life 😘😘
    2017-02-14 13:53:41

  • So I just learned that the average pineapple, peeled and cut, makes 36 oz of pineapple chunks. Cans of pineapple come in 20oz and 46oz. Meaning a single pineapple generally won’t fill up a single can perfectly, which also means everytime you eat pineapple from a can, somewhere someone else has the can that has the rest of that same pineapple. Meaning you can share a single fruit with a stranger thousands of km away, and I think that's kinda beautiful.
    So I just learned that the average pineapple, peeled and cut, makes 36 oz of pineapple chunks. Cans of pineapple come in 20oz and 46oz. Meaning a single pineapple generally won’t fill up a single can perfectly, which also means everytime you eat pineapple from a can, somewhere someone else has the can that has the rest of that same pineapple. Meaning you can share a single fruit with a stranger thousands of km away, and I think that's kinda beautiful.
    2017-02-14 11:24:59

  • Feels:
The best part about healing
Is hearing yourself laugh again
And being surprised at how easily it comes out
How natural
happiness feels 
again
- mw

do you ever think about that one thing you thought you'd never get over and you're like damn I was so dramatic? 
I wrote this a year ago, Alhamdulillah, finally seeing the blessings in His plans. God is so so so good 🙏🏽
    Feels: The best part about healing
Is hearing yourself laugh again
And being surprised at how easily it comes out
How natural
happiness feels 
again - mw do you ever think about that one thing you thought you'd never get over and you're like damn I was so dramatic? I wrote this a year ago, Alhamdulillah, finally seeing the blessings in His plans. God is so so so good 🙏🏽
    2017-02-11 16:12:38

  • New hijab who dis?
    New hijab who dis?
    2017-02-05 18:54:29

    Comments (113)
    L I M A • E S H A A L🕊:
    Love ur dressss!! 😍


    Mer Davila:
    You look so beautiful @malikawears


    Mer Davila:
    I love your 👗..😍😍😍


    Ell Sóù✌👑👑✌:
    ❤❤🌍



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  • Detox with tea talks
    Detox with tea talks
    2017-02-01 14:36:01

    Comments (27)
    ≫◈ Helen Thompson ◈≪:
    💛💛


    Vicki Frid:
    Terrific :)


    Amina H. Shafi, Esq.:
    My favorite type of meditation is with tea.


    Town Urban:
    😸😸😸



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    Tudung Lawa & menepati syara'👑



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  • Winter is so humbling. Something about seeing the blanket of white snow, knowing it is both beautiful and deadly - it really brings your own mortality to mind. Winter's kinda like hippopotamuses - they look super cuddly but are some of the most dangerous animals in Africa. But it doesn't snow in Africa, I digress.
    Winter is so humbling. Something about seeing the blanket of white snow, knowing it is both beautiful and deadly - it really brings your own mortality to mind. Winter's kinda like hippopotamuses - they look super cuddly but are some of the most dangerous animals in Africa. But it doesn't snow in Africa, I digress.
    2017-01-24 01:28:51

  • Adorable wedding favours. 3/3 had chocolate inside🙌🏽 🍫 one of my biggest pet peeves is when people claim the party is segregated so you're like aight cool I can do my hair up and wear cute dresses and then the friggen brothers or uncles show up with no warning and you're trying to casually / desperately shove your exposed body parts under the table and you're ruining your hair trying to cover up using a hijab that doesn't even match bc you thought you'd only need it for Maghreb??? And the aunty who told you it'd be fine is over there smiling like she hasn't even done anything wrong because in her mind the brothers of the bride don't even count? But guys this was one of the best orchestrated weddings I've ever been to! There was an announcement that the groom would walk in the bride and the abayas whipped out like we were all batman and saw the bat signal. Also did I mention there was copious amounts of chocolate, an awesome DJ, delicious food, and my best friend the bride was so beautiful 💕 may Allah ﷻ always keep you and your husband happy, and make your marriage a means of reaching Jannah together, ameeeeen 💕🙌🏽🍫
    Adorable wedding favours. 3/3 had chocolate inside🙌🏽 🍫 one of my biggest pet peeves is when people claim the party is segregated so you're like aight cool I can do my hair up and wear cute dresses and then the friggen brothers or uncles show up with no warning and you're trying to casually / desperately shove your exposed body parts under the table and you're ruining your hair trying to cover up using a hijab that doesn't even match bc you thought you'd only need it for Maghreb??? And the aunty who told you it'd be fine is over there smiling like she hasn't even done anything wrong because in her mind the brothers of the bride don't even count? But guys this was one of the best orchestrated weddings I've ever been to! There was an announcement that the groom would walk in the bride and the abayas whipped out like we were all batman and saw the bat signal. Also did I mention there was copious amounts of chocolate, an awesome DJ, delicious food, and my best friend the bride was so beautiful 💕 may Allah ﷻ always keep you and your husband happy, and make your marriage a means of reaching Jannah together, ameeeeen 💕🙌🏽🍫
    2017-01-20 10:03:13

  • Absolutely loving my <a href=/user/originalgrain/1>@originalgrain</a> time piece! I was out in the middle of the mountains with my best friend standing on a frozen lake taking in the fresh air. How cool is that? Blessings on blessings on blessings 🙏🏽
    Absolutely loving my @originalgrain time piece! I was out in the middle of the mountains with my best friend standing on a frozen lake taking in the fresh air. How cool is that? Blessings on blessings on blessings 🙏🏽
    2017-01-15 23:55:25

    Comments (70)
    Kimberly:
    You are literally perfect!


    سلمى 🌹:
    beautiful mashaallah 😍


    Dot Nigma:
    Yaas!!!


    ayu_ إسمي بوجي راهايو سوبرمان:
    Beautiful... 💐💐💐



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  • Taking pointers from Mrs. Clause ❄️❄️❄️
    Taking pointers from Mrs. Clause ❄️❄️❄️
    2017-01-11 14:35:48

  • Lost in nostalgia
  • Catch me, don't you
    Catch me, don't you
    2016-12-31 18:37:51

    Comments (85)
    🔸 M A L ī K A 🔸:
    @lzxzxzxz I'll pass


    M:
    I wish u like my page


    mark boucher:
    Gorgeous


    El-yaqub Sir DH:
    Looking lovely



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    The Hat Man



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    mIka pIrnes





  • This privilege is underrated, under acknowledged. Protest votes are privilege. attending vigils is privilege. Turning off the tv or scrolling past the post when things get too heavy is privilege. Not being in a constant state of anxiety and fear for your family's well being is privilege. Expecting New Years' fire works instead of gunshots when you hear a pop pop pop is privilege. 
We've done nothing to deserve this privilege. We've won the lottery of life being born or brought to countries like ours. These blessings come with responsibilities. Own your privilege, even if it's as small as donating your daily coffee money. Islamic Relief's Aleppo appeal is a great choice. They're one of the few NGOs that still have operations on the ground, and are heavily involved with the makeshift hospitals and delivering medical supplies and care.  <a  href=/tag/aleppoisburning>#aleppoisburning</a>
    This privilege is underrated, under acknowledged. Protest votes are privilege. attending vigils is privilege. Turning off the tv or scrolling past the post when things get too heavy is privilege. Not being in a constant state of anxiety and fear for your family's well being is privilege. Expecting New Years' fire works instead of gunshots when you hear a pop pop pop is privilege. We've done nothing to deserve this privilege. We've won the lottery of life being born or brought to countries like ours. These blessings come with responsibilities. Own your privilege, even if it's as small as donating your daily coffee money. Islamic Relief's Aleppo appeal is a great choice. They're one of the few NGOs that still have operations on the ground, and are heavily involved with the makeshift hospitals and delivering medical supplies and care. #aleppoisburning
    2016-12-21 13:45:37

    Comments (51)
    C A C A:
    Follback @malikawears


    Giraf:
    👌


    Fray:
    Agree! I've made a piece "check your privilege" when I only started lettering and I'm going to redo it now that I'm better at it. This topic is very important and it's painful to see how privileged people make decisions that affect the whole world.


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    Maryam Isah



    S U M i



    Muhsin Mukhar





  • 2016 had me struggling with my Deen. The years before were the best of my life. I depended on Dua for everything; anytime I was in distress it was my comfort. But then something I had made Dua for daily for most of my adult life fell through & I just ... didn’t understand. Suddenly I felt like I didn’t know God like I used to. I felt like He didn’t have my back. Because how could He deny me something I wanted so wholesomely? Never had I made Dua with more sincerity – & if something so purely sincere wasn’t granted, how could my other Duas stand a chance? I figured I was being punished, & the more mistakes I made, the more helpless I felt. I wasn’t worthy of His blessings, so I stopped asking for them. I was too focused on my unworthiness to focus on His Mercy.

A couple of hours ago I had a life changing discussion & tbh I just want to remember it. I doubt most of you will even read this far, but I want to remember this feeling. Earlier I had a heavy reminder of the unanswered Dua & it really upset me. After Asr I half heartedly thought, Ya As Salam, please give my heart peace. Fast forward a couple hours: this girl I barely knew (but now have mad love for) Said she’s gotten closer to God. I said (ironically), make Dua for me, I’m getting further & it’s terrifying. I explained how I had lost faith in Dua, & that my mistakes made me feel hopeless. She replied, “Allah’s Mercy is infinite, & to think He couldn’t forgive you is doubting Him. We’re all sinners; it’s how we redeem ourselves that matters. & Allah only replies to Dua in three ways: by granting it, by granting it later, or by giving you something even better. So if He didn’t grant it, know that He has something better for you. & If aspects of your life end up being a test, know hidden blessings could lead you unimaginably closer to Him. But even then, if you make Dua to be blessed in those same aspects, Dua has the power to change what’s written. & Allah says He is as we believe Him to be, so if we believe He’s Merciful & Forgiving, if we believe He’s got our back, then He 100% does”. Wallahi I’ve never felt so at peace. I guess that half-hearted but wholly sincere Dua was answered.
    2016 had me struggling with my Deen. The years before were the best of my life. I depended on Dua for everything; anytime I was in distress it was my comfort. But then something I had made Dua for daily for most of my adult life fell through & I just ... didn’t understand. Suddenly I felt like I didn’t know God like I used to. I felt like He didn’t have my back. Because how could He deny me something I wanted so wholesomely? Never had I made Dua with more sincerity – & if something so purely sincere wasn’t granted, how could my other Duas stand a chance? I figured I was being punished, & the more mistakes I made, the more helpless I felt. I wasn’t worthy of His blessings, so I stopped asking for them. I was too focused on my unworthiness to focus on His Mercy. A couple of hours ago I had a life changing discussion & tbh I just want to remember it. I doubt most of you will even read this far, but I want to remember this feeling. Earlier I had a heavy reminder of the unanswered Dua & it really upset me. After Asr I half heartedly thought, Ya As Salam, please give my heart peace. Fast forward a couple hours: this girl I barely knew (but now have mad love for) Said she’s gotten closer to God. I said (ironically), make Dua for me, I’m getting further & it’s terrifying. I explained how I had lost faith in Dua, & that my mistakes made me feel hopeless. She replied, “Allah’s Mercy is infinite, & to think He couldn’t forgive you is doubting Him. We’re all sinners; it’s how we redeem ourselves that matters. & Allah only replies to Dua in three ways: by granting it, by granting it later, or by giving you something even better. So if He didn’t grant it, know that He has something better for you. & If aspects of your life end up being a test, know hidden blessings could lead you unimaginably closer to Him. But even then, if you make Dua to be blessed in those same aspects, Dua has the power to change what’s written. & Allah says He is as we believe Him to be, so if we believe He’s Merciful & Forgiving, if we believe He’s got our back, then He 100% does”. Wallahi I’ve never felt so at peace. I guess that half-hearted but wholly sincere Dua was answered.
    2016-12-10 05:00:15

    Comments (179)
    mama:
    Amazing❤❤❤


    Roshni:
    Evreything about this picture is so Beautiful..and what you wrote is relatable..tc sis..alhamdulillah


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    MashaAllah, gorgeous 😀


    Anam 🇨🇦🇵🇰:
    Love your captions ❤this was helpful to read



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  • ''Tis the season 🍪🍪🍪🎄
    ''Tis the season 🍪🍪🍪🎄
    2016-12-02 18:09:06

    Comments (82)
    Maha Studios:
    Yummy 😍


    Sarah Siregar:
    I LOVE the simplicity in this picture!


    CTjones:
    Yum!!


    coco_rhekki:
    Cookies....cookies yum...yum



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    FRANCIS & HENRY ™



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  • have you ever met someone who’s smile looks like it could make flowers grow? Word, me neither 😂  <a  href=/tag/notimetobesenti>#notimetobesenti</a> <a  href=/tag/disregardmalesaquirecurrency>#disregardmalesaquirecurrency</a>
    have you ever met someone who’s smile looks like it could make flowers grow? Word, me neither 😂 #notimetobesenti #disregardmalesaquirecurrency
    2016-11-20 13:17:38

  • HIJAB FRIENDLY PROFESSIONAL HAIR SALON: (read til the end for a code) Ever since I've started wearing hijab, I've had absolute nightmare haircuts 💇🏽🙅🏽🙆🏽 But have no fear, you don't have to go trained aunties anymore! (don't vorry I'll only trim *cuts off four inches*) I had the best haircut of my liiiiiife at Pink Lime Salon & Spa💕💇🏽! Dani (the amazing stylist) took me into a beautiful and private room that the Salon had set up JUST FOR HIJABIS and modest girls all around (how sweet is that?!💕☺️) and gave my hair some much needed TLC! I'm not even gonna lie my hair was a hot mess when I got there because I had let a botched haircut grow out super long, but Dani wasn't even phased 💪🏼. I had told her about my past nightmare experiences and how I was lowkey nervous LOL and she walked me through everything she was doing to make sure I was 100% comfortable. The entire time I felt like I was talking to an old friend, we bonded over our favorite youtubers (Casey Neistat whadddup!), talked about hijab-specific haircare (homegirl knows what she's doing!!) and at the end I was beaming with happiness cause she did SUCH A GREAT JOB😭💕! (LOL for those of you on my personal snapchat you know how much I spammed you with videos)😂😂. I told Dani how hard it was to find a proper modesty - accommodating salon and how I was SO pleased and was going to tell all my girls about it and she HOOKED IT UP with a discount code🎉🎊! Next time you ladies need anything haircare related, let the family at Pink Lime (11th St x 11th Av) take care of you, just mention my code Malika Wears for 10% off and call ahead so they can prepare the private room for you💕😎! Seriously ladies, do yourself a favour and TREAT 👏🏼 YOUR 👏🏼SELF 👏🏼!  <a  href=/tag/pinklimecalgary>#pinklimecalgary</a>  <a  href=/tag/calgary>#calgary</a>  <a  href=/tag/calgarysalon>#calgarysalon</a>  <a  href=/tag/calgaryhair>#calgaryhair</a>
    HIJAB FRIENDLY PROFESSIONAL HAIR SALON: (read til the end for a code) Ever since I've started wearing hijab, I've had absolute nightmare haircuts 💇🏽🙅🏽🙆🏽 But have no fear, you don't have to go trained aunties anymore! (don't vorry I'll only trim *cuts off four inches*) I had the best haircut of my liiiiiife at Pink Lime Salon & Spa💕💇🏽! Dani (the amazing stylist) took me into a beautiful and private room that the Salon had set up JUST FOR HIJABIS and modest girls all around (how sweet is that?!💕☺️) and gave my hair some much needed TLC! I'm not even gonna lie my hair was a hot mess when I got there because I had let a botched haircut grow out super long, but Dani wasn't even phased 💪🏼. I had told her about my past nightmare experiences and how I was lowkey nervous LOL and she walked me through everything she was doing to make sure I was 100% comfortable. The entire time I felt like I was talking to an old friend, we bonded over our favorite youtubers (Casey Neistat whadddup!), talked about hijab-specific haircare (homegirl knows what she's doing!!) and at the end I was beaming with happiness cause she did SUCH A GREAT JOB😭💕! (LOL for those of you on my personal snapchat you know how much I spammed you with videos)😂😂. I told Dani how hard it was to find a proper modesty - accommodating salon and how I was SO pleased and was going to tell all my girls about it and she HOOKED IT UP with a discount code🎉🎊! Next time you ladies need anything haircare related, let the family at Pink Lime (11th St x 11th Av) take care of you, just mention my code Malika Wears for 10% off and call ahead so they can prepare the private room for you💕😎! Seriously ladies, do yourself a favour and TREAT 👏🏼 YOUR 👏🏼SELF 👏🏼! #pinklimecalgary #calgary #calgarysalon #calgaryhair
    2016-11-14 13:42:43

    Comments (64)
    فريدة أحمد:
    So beautiful


    Nur Mitzy Effie@BUTIK GROOVY:
    Nice


    Michelle Jackson:
    So happy for you. 😀


    Iri:
    you're beautiful tabarakallah x x



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    🇮🇶/Karbala



    HXSHAM



    MD:humayun kabir (jewel)



    أميرة - Ameerah






When people make fun of immigrant accents and you can't help but laugh bc 1. Leaving home is the epitome of courage 2. Being multilingual is lit af 3. Being ignorant to 1 & 2 is pretty embarrassing itself ahahahaha 😂😂😂
source:www.instagram/malikawears