A wonderful friend

Gone but not forgotten. You were a wonderful friend and mentor. 
Rest in peace Khadijah. 




{image removed at the request of the Ghuma family}

Everything that we have belongs to Allah. When someone dies we say, Inna lillaahi wa inna ilayhi raaji'oon, which means: Indeed to Allah we belong and indeed to Him we shall return. This is not a supplication just for when a soul is lost. It is a supplication for every calamity that befalls a believer, even if his sandal were to tear. Why? Because everything belongs to Allah and everything shall come back to him. Sit and try to count the blessings Allah has bestowed upon you. Have you ever tried to count stars?

Khadijah you were a blessing to me. God bless you. 

Comments

  1. I had my shares of shocks this week. Please don't add this. I hope that I had miss understood this article, otherwise I can not take it.......fash

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  2. She was a wonderful woman. I believe that she was one of the most patient person that I ever met.
    May Allah rest her soul in peace.

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  3. Is this about Khadija Teri? or another Khadijah? :O subhan'Allah! inna lillahi wa inna illahi rajioon!!

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  4. Assalamualaikum, I've been following your blog ever since the first day I stumbled upon it. But this entry scares me. Please tell me, sister Khadija that you are okay and will continue you blog site. I pray that you are allright!

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  6. Sorry for any confusion. I'm OK. The woman that died was also named Khadijah. She was a dear friend, colleague and mentor of mine. I'll post as soon as I can spare the time. Very busy at the moment.

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  7. My sisters and I read your blog all the time but have never commented. When we thought that something happened to you we were moved to tears. We love that you share your experiences in Libya with us

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  8. Sorry is not enough. lots of explaining to do. gave us a scare. honestly, we've thought a member of ur family is paying a tribute to you. I even called Yathreb school from UK, anyhow....salamat.
    fash

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  9. Again so sorry for your loss my dear.

    "No matter how far they go...
    They remain close to our heart
    Because they leave behind them beautiful memories for us to cherish."Anon.

    May you be comforted by those memories....

    Indeed our educational world has lost a great mentor,who will be missed by all.
    May she rest in peace.
    Alahmdulilah

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  10. inna lillah wainna ilaihi raji3oon, i knew this lady and her family, she was a very brave person, may god give her family strength .

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  11. I would just like to say I'm so sorry for the loss of this patient,understanding woman. She will be greatly missed by all people that she touched in her wonderful life. My prayers go to her family. God rest her soul

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