This is what it said:
“Have you not considered how Allah presents an example, [making] a good word like a good tree (Shajaratun Tayyiba), whose root is firmly fixed and its branches [high] in the sky [heaven]?”
Sura Ibrahim (14): Verse 24
Inshallah, I hope we all decorated our akhlaaq and our words in this holy month of Ramadhan to be like that of a ‘good tree’ (Shajartun Tayyiba).
I really hope you enjoy decorating this tree too, and using it to organise and hang your jewellery!
This Art Set for youngsters was made extra special with a special note that said:
Inshallah I pray that your life has been drawn out well this Ramadhan and Laylatul Qadr… and that you keep drawing with this set too!
Here’s another thoughtful gift – a wudhoo bottle to take on spiritual journeys (Hajj, Umrah, Ziyarat).
Plus a Youtube link is on there showing you exactly how to do wudhoo with the bottle!
Such a thoughtful and oh-so-handy gift 🙂
Check out this one – pin cushions! Cute, handmade and perfect for hijaabis young and old 🙂
As the saying goes, when you learn something you get the ‘gift’ of knowledge – and what better means than a book!
Especially one that may not be commonly known about such as that featured in the main picture above 🙂
And here’s an example of a great gift for children – Islamic, educational, fun, and interactive as the children have to write in it themselves!
Here are the thoughtful gifts from this year!
This gift needs no words of explanation 🙂 Simple and powerful, it will definitely keep the remembrance of Allah alive!