Posts filed under: Learning

By Farozan Warsi The beautiful Afzaal family was laid to rest on Saturday, 12th June, 2021 in London, Ontario. To Allah we belong and to Him we return! The battle...
By Farozan Warsi My grandson, 5 years and some, walked into the house looking decidedly downcast. He did not respond to my queries about why he was out of sorts....
By Farozan Warsi My 7-year-old grandson threw me a question that I least expected a child that small to ask me. “Nani, sometimes I think about why we were created.”...
By: Mona Ismaeil Like most Canadians, you probably had big plans for the summer. With school out, and the weather looking gorgeous you likely had a whole bucket list of things...
Today we would like to share the very relatable story of  Sana Jabeen, who is a pharmacist, on how she dealt with post-partum depression. In her own words: My name...
By Mona Ismaeil Ramadan is just around the corner and with still a month of school to go, Ramadan joins us at a crucial time of the school year. Our children...
By: Mona Ismaeil Children are sponges, sucking up all the world has to offer. They are always learning. Even when you least expect, they are learning. They are learning about relationships,...
By Erum Zehra As mothers, the education of our children is one of our primary concerns. We aspire to give them the best education possible. Fortunately, living in a country...
By Muneezah Jawad With school starting in less than a week, we really hope most of us are done with their back to school shopping already. For those who still...
By Aaisha Zafar Islam One of my earliest childhood memories is struggling to get the lower case ‘f’ just right as I attempted cursive in school. Another memory seared on...