Sometimes we feel disadvantaged... A sister struggles with the hijab. And wonder what is tough about not shaving the beards and wearing ankle pants for brothers. A dad struggling to lead his beloved family. And wonder how easy it is for the wife to enter Jannah from whichever door she wishes. A … Continue reading Go on and strive
Tennis and Football (the round one please). 1. Can win that Fantasy League. 2. Can bring Maria or Neymar (whatever rocks you) into our living room.
I was browsing a shopping site, when I saw the words "Don't click here". Normally, we don't click pop out ads. But this is on the footer, where normally the boring stuffs are. Like a curious cat, I clicked. And a promo code discount pops out. A well scripted message with the promo code can … Continue reading Don’t click here
In Arabic, coordinating conjunctions are called حُرُوفُ العَطْف وَ - ‘and’ most common لا تَشْرَب الخَمْر وتَأكُل الخِنْزِيْر Don’t drink wine and eat pork فَـ ‘then’ or ‘so’ خَرَجَ مُحَمَّد فَــعَلَي Mohammed went out then Ali لا ‘not’ … ‘(neither) ….. nor’ لا coordinates two nouns in an affirmative sentence, affirming that the … Continue reading Arabic Conjunctions
Besides Salvation Army, where can I donate gently used goods that are still in good condition? 1. H&M Donate pre-loved clothes for a 15% off voucher. 1 voucher per bag. Max of 2 voucher daily. A reason to shop some more... More info: H&M Garment Collecting 2. SCWO Donate clothes, shoes, bags and accessories, books and toys. More info: … Continue reading 7 places you can Donate gently used stuffs in Singapore
A visitor asked me where to shop in Singapore. When I asked where she has been to? She mentioned the shops in Orchard and Marina are out of her budget. Frankly, we tend to shop online these days. Most malls tend to replicate each other. For budget tourist shoppers, who tend to prefer a variety … Continue reading Shopping in Singapore
In developed countries, there is s secular dental obsession. Clarke Johnson DDS, PhD mentioned it in "The Cultural Modification of Teeth." "An alien visitor to Earth might describe a tooth-related cult now common in many industrialized societies. The people believe in the tooth cult so unquestionable, they call the holy doers doctor... The cult requires … Continue reading Dental Obsessíon