Good inspiration can come from anywhere; we just need to be aware of what is happening around us and draw the morals out of it. Today it's a boy who rose from the ashes with only determination and faith to his name. Usually, when someone doesn't make it in life, they have reasons for it,... Continue Reading →
"Oh My Lord! Open my chest. And ease my task for me. Remove the impediment from my speech so that they may understand what I say" (20:25-28) I went to a popular Islamic bookstore in Toronto today to find a specific type of Quran for my son. The owner of the store was an old... Continue Reading →
A race analogous to the discipline of life. It's about an opportunity to learn a life lesson and apply it to your goals.
These techniques will help parents build trust and predictability in children which in hindsight will lead them to behave better.
When a child is born, they can’t see, so they recognize their caregivers through the sense of smell, and as soon as their eyesight gets better, they associate that smell to a face. When they start to speak, they associate that face with a name.
Chronic parental pressure begins the day a child is born and it probably never ends. We want to do everything perfectly and ensure that we raise a successful child. Who doesn't want an A-grader, class topper and a child who is flawless in every area of their life?
“You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever." - Steve Jobs