Earlier this year Ayeina.com sought to find and foster gratitude among the billions of Muslims across the globe by hosting a contest in which participants shared the various ‘things’ they are grateful for. Using the hashtags #gratitudeartcontest and #gratitudecaptioncontest, Ayeina compiled the abundance of alhumdulillahs into A Muslim’s mini Gratitude Journal, which with an “attitude of gratitude … an Alhamdulillah a day keeps scarcity away”.
Here are some of our favourite “alhumdulillah” posters from the #AlhamdulillahForSeries.
Brooke Benoit interviews Hafsa Khizer about her photographic healing project.
Exotic words from old, half-forgotten books, natural ephemera and memories – Humayrah Bint Altaf unravels her love for these to Azra Momin, stitch by embroidered stitch.
Ayeina.com (www.ayeina.com) as a whole, is a community of people trying to strengthen their Islamic identity and make the best of both worlds. It’s a hub for Qur’anic reflections, Parenting, Education (Arabic learning), Art and Humor.