Rich•In•Soul

I am Muslim, I am black and I am a woman, specifically of Somali and Ethiopian background. Through this blog I am trying. Trying to perfect myself on a daily basis, trying to strengthen my faith, trying to feed my soul with what it deserves, protect it and share the best parts of it with you.

"We may be poor but we rich in soul"
cutiesinchadars:

I actually know what this means. So proud of myself. “Death is not the great loss. The greatest loss is what dies inside of us while we live.”

cutiesinchadars:

I actually know what this means. So proud of myself. “Death is not the great loss. The greatest loss is what dies inside of us while we live.”

(Source: rasael-ar)

Travel through the earth and observe how Allah originated creation.

—Qur’an 29:20 (via whitemane)

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oecologia:

Waitomo Glowworm Caves • New Zealand

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves is a popular tourist destination in New Zealand. The caves formed over 30 million years ago underwater, as fossilized chunks of coral, fish skeletons, and sea shells layered and compressed to create a dense limestone. 

When explored in the late 1800s, people were amazed by the “twinkling glow” coming from the ceiling of the caves, as well as the remarkable limestone formations. The cave is mainly home to insects, which include albino cave ants, giant crickets, and of course, glowworms.

Eventually, the Waitomo Caves were opened to the public and are now welcoming an average of about 400,000 visitors a year.

Photo sources: [x] & [x].

 

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zehnisukoon:

sometimes you need to ignore how the advice was given and ponder over what they were advising you about to begin with. sometimes we forget the essence of things said to us.

(via andthentherewasonegirl)

minalita:

Surah Al-Ghashiya - The Overwhelming | Verse 17-20

Like many other suras in the Qur’an, Al Ghashiyah addresses humankind with its message through fear and hope, promises and threats. The title Al Ghashiyah denotes the day of reckoning, focusing more on the faces that will experience it rather than the apocalyptic cosmic event. In the third passage God invites mankind to observe and reflect on all aspects of the universe and its creatures.

(via muslimean-deactivated20131229)