Monday, May 12, 2008

More Memes

As Salaamu Alaikum Folks:

OK - the second meme:

I was tagged by the lovely Otowi:

RULES:

1. ON your blog, post the Rules & 10 things you have HOPE for in your life.
2. LINK Tag 10 people (we want hope to spread people!) and LINK the person who tagged you.
3. Comment/Notify the 10 People they’ve been tagged.

(All of the below are "Insha Allah" of course!)

1. I hope that our house closing happens on June 2 as scheduled.
2. I hope that I will write a book someday.
3. I hope that my health improves.
4. I hope that our children's library at the masjid grows and grows!
5. I hope that I will be successful in learning Arabic.
6. I hope that all the inmates I work with will eventually learn their salaat in Arabic from start to finish!
7. I hope that my step-son accepts Islam.
8. I hope that I will find the money and the assistance (wheelchair) to make Hajj.
9. I hope Barak Obama becomes President of the United States.
10. I hope that I lose weight.

Haaaaaaaaa ... anyone reading this who wants to participate, you are tagged!

3 comments:

otowi said...

I hope all your hopes come true if they are for the best insha'allah.

I went for hajj - I think it would be very hard to do in a wheelchair if you are totally tied to it. Saudi is not exactly an accessible place. You will not have accessible toilets, sidewalks, vehicles - anything - it is extremely crowded, too. You'll have to use Eastern toilets - filthy ones - at least at some places like Arafat.

American Muslima Writer said...

Wow! I made up this meme/tag because I wanted to inspire hope in poeple and now I'm seeing it everywhere on random blogs and it makes me say alhamdulliah that it is helping people.

I hope you get your hajj! I see many times peole in wheelchairs in hajj so I bet they have special ways to get aorund to do things. This IS the new century!

Umm Salihah said...

Assalam-alaikam,
Insh'Allah x10, especially about hajj. Make the intention and if its meant to happen the money will be there and you'll get through it. Yes it will be difficult, but Hajj is sabr and lots of people in wheelchairs do it. Lots of people who are perfectly healthy still struggle because this is a time when we are tested I think.