Wednesday, August 09, 2006


Hey everyone Im moving my blog to a diffrent location. I ve had trouble lately uploading my files from my computer. I hope you will like it.

Please tell me if the link is not working.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Many Thanks

I wanted to thank everyone who shows me so much love on my blog. It is such a blessing to have a diverse world of people. I always think of my blog as a quick escape from the work of the day. It is so nice to see your prayers, and good wishes when I come home.

Brotherhood: Thank you for always commenting on my blog when no else did. May Allah grant you many blessings, and a continuous great future.

Zahera: You are such a good person, and I can tell you are very rooted in your faith. Thank you for coming to blog, and giving me your prayers, and best wishes; your going to become a great pshycologist. I hope Allah will grant you propsperity, and happiness.

Brother GQ: Even though I don't always agree with your points of view when comes to politics, I truly think you are a great person, though I think you choose to hide it. There has never been a doubt in my mind, that you will be succesful in what ever you choose to pursue. Your heart shows through the love you have for your sister. I pray that Allah will guide you on a straight path to peace.

Al-hajeji: Many thanks for coming to my blog, even though I thought you never would. I know that your are a very dedicated person, who values the true thoughts of others. You have a gift with connecting to people with out being negative, many should learn this. May Allah bless you, and your family.

Mahida: Every time I read your blog it brings a smile to my face, there should be more people in the world like you. Your positive out look on life shows that Allah has blessed in your life, and you present it; as you should instead of whinning about the things you do not have . May Allah help you to show other brothers, and sisters the way. As Im sure you already have.

Under Cover Sister: Im always amazed when I visit your blog, it is such a inspiration. I know that you are writting from your heart. May Allah reward you for being a true sister of faith.

Zingtrial: Sis you make me laugh. As I have told you before I have always liked your blog, because it is a breath of fresh air. You have a wonderful spirit, and it clearly shows. May Alah grant you a peaceful, happy life.

Peaceful Thunder: ~Bonjour~ I never know what to expect from you, you have a free spirit. Im happy that you come to my blog, best wishes to you and your family.

KellyJaz: You have a passion for your life, and religon. I love the photos you take, you have a true talent. May Allah keep you on the straight path to a righteous future.

Shurti: Even though I have only seen you for a short time I'am glad that you visit my blog. I hope that Allah blesses with you with a promising future.

Muslim Freedom: The infamous freedomlover you have changed so much! I remember when you use to complaign all the time, stand back and let people run right through you on Isalmica. ~LoL~ You are better person now, someone who realises his own mistakes; and doesent mind pointing out to others their own. Thank you for always commenting good statements on my blog, and sticking up for me. May Allah grant you joy, and and blessings upon your family.

I think that is everyone. Salaams.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Journey to the Hereafter

Imagine yourself after you pass away Imagine your grave through night and through day Wishing that you did not do as they say Wishing that you had got up and had prayed.

Imagine, my friends, the day that you died Imagine all of the tears that they cried Remember how it felt when your body was tied Remember how it felt in the grave which you lied.

Imagine the day you'll be called to account Imagine the sum to which your life will amount Think for a moment of the deeds which you mount Think for a moment how much they will count.

What will they say of you when you are dead?What will they say, what will be said?Will they speak of all the poor who you fed?Will they remember all the Qu'ran that you read?

Think not of them, but of Allah, Lord of mankind and jinnThink of Allah when tempted to sin Think of the paradise which you will dwell in. Don't wait till later to think what might have

~Sydney Muslim Youth Arthicles~
Poem taken fromhttp://

Monday, July 31, 2006

Summer in the City

I passed my exam, Im so happy I finally passed the class. Thanks to everyone who gave me positive advice, and prayers. My apologies for not updating my blog, I just have been really buzy lately. I adopted a little dog a couple days a go, I have also have another dog a pitbull. I thought she was getting lonely when I left the house. They keep each other in good company. I watched the movie "Lil Man" yesterday, it wasnt as funny as I thought it would have been. It seems like the summer has gone by so fast, and I havent even went on vacation yet, soon the new semester will be starting again; one more year. But, I guess you could say I have had a very productive summer. ~LOL~ I hope you, my brothas and sistas are having a great summer. Salaams!

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Sweet Thing

This week has been pretty good, tomorrow is my last day of summer school. I need to really study for the exam tomorrow, IsahAllah I 'll past. Also, tomorrow Im going to go shopping, I havent went shopping in a couple months Ive been to buzy saving money. My friends say I am too cheap, but they are always broke. LOL. Anywayz Im going to be taking some pictures too, I havent had any professioal pictures taken of me since I have graduated from High School. Shame I know. My friend Caitlin's birthday is next week we are going to see "Phantom of the Operah", at the Venetian. Caitlin majors in theater, so she loves these kind of shows. Well I need to get back to studying. Salaams!

Monday, July 24, 2006


As you probaly know it has been getting hotter by the day. Here in Nevada it has been at its highest, up to 210 degrees. Oh Allah, I think it is time for another ice age. For me it has even been too hot sleep, or eat during the day. My friend who recenty visited London said it was the hottest its ever been. I really do feel sory for other countries who are not use to such a heat wave. My windshield got nicked the other day on my way to work from a rock, I thought no big deal. When I came out for my lunch break, the nick had turned into a two inch crack from the sun(Shakes Head). Oh well, what can you do? I guess I will have to be more cautious on the freeway, and not try to get behind any more gravel trucks. Salaams!

Friday, July 21, 2006

Baaba Maal - Hamady Boiro (LIVE)
Please Read the Post Below

Baaba Maal

Thought I would share a story of one of my favorite African artist Baaba Maal.

Artist Bio:
From the northern, riverside town of Podor comes a modern musician filled with the mysteries of ancient Africa. Catlike and delicate in appearance, Baaba Maal sings with hurricane force. His music embraces the gentle filigree of West African folk, the tumult of mbalax and the toughness of rap and reggae.
Maal comes from the Toucouleur people who live in the Fulani fouta region, by the Senegal River, which divides Senegal and Mauritania. Young Baaba left home and moved to the Wolof-dominated capital Dakar to study music and explore his national culture. He soon returned to the north and spent a year with his group traveling along the Senegal River and learning from the old musicians village by village.
In 1982, Maal went to a conservatory in Paris, where he performed with his longtime friend the blind singer Mansour Seck. The duo pricked up ears in Europe with their intimate live recording, Djam Leelii. Maal returned to Senegal to form his current group, Dande Lenol, or "Voice of the Race." The group has played a key role in African pop's incorporation of hip-hop, reggae and techno, notably on their landmark 1994 release, Firin' in Fouta. Other Maal releases with Dande Lenol include Lam Toro (1992), Nomad Soul (1997) and Live at Royal Festival Hall (1999).
Maal also maintains an acoustic group that plays and records folkloric music. His 1991 acoustic release Baayo is a landmark Afropop recording, and Maal reprised its acoustic format on Missing You (Mi Yeewlii) (2001). A true original, Maal celebrates village life even as he advocates contemporary causes, including women's rights in Africa. Like the griots he admires, Maal sings of history and heroes, bringing the lessons of the past into peoples' lives today.– Banning Eyre, Courtesy Afropop Worldwide: