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This Hijab Blog was created by a fabulous muslimah (Meee). This blog is about the views of todays muslimah.

Wednesday, November 30, 2005


Walking the Straight Path

Walking the straight path
trying to find my way
I try every day
But it's hard
I try as soon as the sun comes up
But as it goes down I lose my way again



I will try again tomorrow
But I know it will just be the same
I need someone to guide me
To show me the way
I can't do it alone

I need someone to walk next to me
Not in the front or the back
But by my side
To guide me along the way
So when I fall off they pull me right back on the straight path

The sun has come up again
I will try to walk the straight path
And find help along the way
Someone by my side
To walk the straight path with me

10 Comments:

  • At 2:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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  • At 4:12 AM, Blogger Khadijha Caitlin said…

    Salam Sister,
    I discovered your blog and unfortunately this disturbing message on it. Please keep blogging. I also have a muslim blog and us Muslim bloggers really need to stick together. My blog is www.crescentknitter.blogspot.com. My email is there and you can email me I would love to talk to you.
    Masalama, Khadijha Caitlin

     
  • At 9:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I am saddened that such filth would be written here.

    Your viewpoint is valuable and needed in the world. Please don't let such an animal silence you!

    Once upon a time I was an abused wife, an American woman for what it's worth--we don't all live wonderful lives. In any event, one of the things I learned was to not let fear silence me. That would be letting him win.

    Don't let them win. Speak up! Don't ever give up your voice for anything or anybody!

    Bless you on your spiritual path--

    Tapati

     
  • At 9:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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  • At 8:47 PM, Blogger P_browngirl said…

    Thank you all for your comments and support. I am sorry you had to read such idiotacy. Some people are just ignorant and feel posting racist comment make them feel better.

     
  • At 9:59 AM, Anonymous Brother Musa said…

    Ameen!Very sweet.You have to be sweet to be strong.I wish I could find a Muslimah to walk "side by side"with ME!I've given up for the time being.Allah provides(I still believe that,alHamdulillah)...He's gonna give me everything I need in this life to serve HIM.That's all that really matters.

    Brother Musa

     
  • At 1:40 PM, Blogger Francesca Najea Lujan said…

    As-Salaamu-Alaikum Sis.,
    I have heard the CRAZIEST things. I can't write them all they are SO ABUNDANT AND RIDICULOUS.
    After being ignored by a Dominican sales clerk and skipped by a customer behind me, I interrupted the rudeness and asked the women if she saw me, in Spanish. She said to me in BRO-ken English: "But, Jou people speaky da Spanish?" In fluent Spanish I replied: "Yes and we are doctors and lawyers and teachers too and we speak every language under the sun." AHHH-YAAY-YAY MAMI POR FAVOR!
    Then another Dominican in NYC who was trying to skip me while buying bachata at a music stand - but got checked by the salesman - tried to dis me in Spanish. She said "Y esta ni habla Espanol." ("And this (me,thing, it) can't even speak Spanish.") So, I responded, in Spanish: "Y esta MUJER no habla Espanol?" "And this WOMAN can't speak Spanish?" She then said to me in broken English: "But, what is you - is you Pakistani?" Now, if only you knew me - I'm African-American, European and native American - everything BUT Asian! I have GREEN eyes and look like everything BUT Pakistani! Since I was wearing hijab, people just figured I was unable to speak anything other than Arabic or was anything other than Arab/South-East Asian.
    They weren't asking me questions about my hijab - instead they were asking me questions about my identity. Questions that they wouldn't have asked had I not been wearing hijab. That really offended me. I moved out of NY to a muslim country. Alhamdulilah!
    Ma'aSalaama,
    Najea
    Hijabi Couture, CEO

     
  • At 8:19 PM, Anonymous dhani - busana muslimah said…

    we support you browngirl..be patient in every condition.

     
  • At 3:58 AM, Anonymous Baju Muslim said…

    Reading all of these comments, I wish to give thing: I like the hijab. Good....Kerudung Paris.

     
  • At 1:04 PM, Blogger Leila and Aliya said…

    Assalamualaikum!
    we made a blog to and we would luv ur feedback!
    we both are hijabi as well and prt of being hijabi is getting criticized. We both have experiences and all they did was make us stronger in our religon. anywho here is our blog please give us some feedback!

    http://www.hijabafied.blogspot.com/

    -Aliya and Leila

     

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