Must Reads: To Find A Bride & To Find A Groom


Salaam & hi

Where to begin??

A few days ago I was made aware of a rather interesting story by a man looking for his bride.

To Find A Bride
It’s about a journey he undertook in seeking ‘the one’ that has led him on some ….. shall we say ‘interesting’ meetings… Lol.
This is all about a South African Indian man, and ladies please have a read. I’ve actually learned quite few things about a man through this story.
Yes, it’s based on Indian cultural traditions as well as Islamic traditions.
The author is Muhammed Ismail.
He’s on Facebook as well as on twitter : @tofindabride #tofindabride

To Find A Groom
The 2nd part from the view of a girl seeking a groom is written by Tasneem Basha.

In this part, we see the flip version of the woman seeking her groom.
The reality of how easily a woman can get hurt, all thats expected of her and how she carries on seeking the man who will be her husband after facing some trials, disappointments and rather funny situations are well written and expressed by the authoress.

Men, you should read this especially if you’re seeking a bride!

Tasneem is an awesome authoress, is a close friend and quite well known for her local workshops and talks.

She’s on Facebook as well as in twitter : @tasoo #tofindagroom

Have a read and don’t forget to post your comments!

Ma’as salaama for now… Bye for now 😉

Personal Development Classes by TFH Practitioner: Tasneem Basha

Personal development classes once a week.

Step into your own power and discover the impact of ‘success thinking’.

Gain confidence, insight and peace of mind when you operate out of your best ability in all areas of your life.

Classes will proceed from a minimum of 10 attendees upward, so get a group together and let’s start making a positive change.

Tasneem Basha
Certified Touch For Health Practitioner,
personal development consultant.
082 382 0522

Based in Johannesburg, South Africa

Helping Those In Need During This Freezing Season Of Winter

In light of this freezing weather we’re experiencing in South Africa, many people have begun to collect and distribute blankets and groceries.

I do believe many people are genuinely doing collections and distributions, however there are some unscrupulous people who collect and sell the stuff you donate so please be aware.

As most of you know, charity work is something I love doing. To be able to help someone in need, is an honour as they teach you how to share and truly appreciate what Allah (God) has bestowed upon you.

Religion and race doesn’t come into it, as many people, whether they are black, white, coloured, indian, Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Tamil, etc. need our help as one human being to another.

I simply urge those of us that are blessed and in a position to help the poor within your community. Whether it be with food, blankets, clothes, shoes, baby’s clothes, toiletries, domestic cleaning agents, literally anything you have, people will appreciate it.

We all know that things like a hot shower, hot food, hot drinks, and a warm bed are among the things we want on such blistering cold winter days and nights. For the poor, destitute and homeless, these things are truly a luxury.

Some good news is that Gift of the Givers is hosting 2000 people tonight at the Oriental Plaza to assist the homeless and destitute by feeding them and distributing necessities to the poor. Volunteers are needed, if you are available. Please join us.

What are you doing to help the poor this winter?
Post your comments and let’s make this winter a little warmer for all.