Book Reading: Islam Beliefs and Teachings By:Ghulam Sarwar


With everything that is going on in this word, after 6 years of owning this book that my father-in-law gave me when I reverted to Islam. I am finally going to open it and read it.

Not that my faith is faltering, but sometimes you need to further Your understanding and gain more knowledge in your faith.

This book is an actual work book. As I go I will put the questions and my answers. I don’t see an answer section so i will be talking to oter Muslims or Imams if I can to see if I am understanding the literature correctly. Hopefully my understanding of Islam will grow more.

If any of you have any inout, suggestions or thoughts about any of this please feel free to comment. I love talking to all of you.

Here are a few pictures on how the book looks like with the talk of content.

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Here are the lessons Questions:

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Until next time,
L.K.

Our Spanish Books are Here!!


So Our Spanish books just came in today! I’m so excited!

Looking over the book it seems to be challenging even for me. I have not study the spanish nouns, aritcles and adjectives, or the Estar, ser and subject pronouns in a VERY long time. I good refresher course for me, so I’m sure I will be learning new things with this book as well.
Now I just have to wait until hubby gets home from work and set up a schdule on when to study and a deadline to finish each chapter. Having our own books I know it will be easier to handle. Can’t Wait!!
  
 
Until Next Time,

LK

Our language adventure


Hubby and me have been bouncing around the idea of learning a language. There are two languages that we have been thinking about.. Urdu and Spanish.

Urdu because naturally his family is from Pakistan and well when everyone is together they tend to forget there is one person that doesn’t understand what they are saying… 

Spanish because even thought family makes an effort to talk English it’s hard for my parents and I. My hubby does understand basic Spanish but sometimes we get to excited and go to fast for him. 

At his job most of his workers are Hispanic so they talk naturally in Spanish, my husband feels that maybe this will help him be able to communicate better with them.

So talking about it we finally came to the conclusion. We will learn Spanish first ( refresher for me of course ), so I bought the books in Amazon and should be here by the 16th. 

Insha’Allah by the end of this year I will be having my husband talking, reading and writing Spanish fluently with me and my parents. When we have our kids most likely this home will be a dominate Spanish speaking home.

After we become really fluent we will start learning Urdu, after that we were thinking Japanese. 

I guess this is part of our bucket list I forgot to put on that post lol… I’m so excited I can’t wait!!
Until Next Time,

LK