There are several things that are leading me to the decision to remove my blog. I receive an overwhelming amount of messages and emails on a daily basis.  While weeding through the messages, I realized that a majority of it is hate or anons/blogs attacking me personally.  I can handle non-Muslims attacking me, but for brothers and sisters to be so cruel and have a problem with me because I am white, American, and a revert… well, this is not a place I want to be.  I already have a difficult time when I realize that I have been Muslim since August 2011, and I still do not have 1 female Muslim friend in real life (only those that I have met through here).  Most white Americans see me as a terrorist now, and the Muslim girls in my community see me as just an outsider.   I am honestly exhausted of seeing all the hate that I and my fellow reverts have.  I am tired of battling it and feel like it is hopeless.  I feel that I am wasting my time with this blog, and it has no longer become what I intended it to be.  I feel that I am no longer benefiting myself or others from this blog.  I think that it is time for me to leave Tumblr and focus on reality and the life that is around me.  

thank you to the followers who have been there for me from the beginning

Anonymous asked:

Did you know that nowhere in the entire Quran, does it say that you must wear the niqab? You're practicing culture, not religion. A culture that isn't even yours to begin with.

HIJABI MISFIT Answer:

findingallah:

Did you know that there’s evidence that it could be fard? According to the Hanbali madhab it is, which makes up almost the entire Saudi population.

Did you know that the wives of the Prophet wore niqab?


I’m not going to comment on wether or not I think it’s fard, but the fact of the matter is I wear niqab because I want to and quite frankly my dear it’s none of your business.

"A culture that isn’t even yours."

Niqab is cultural… You’re right… It’s Islamic culture. And I, as a Muslim, can practice Islam because it is my culture.

When everything you do is for your religion, it becomes your culture.

I pray Allah guides you & me as well.

Ugh.  I hate revamping my resume.  

"The future’s so bright I gotta wear shades." (InchaAllah)  

I have tons of messages that I have to weed through :/ sorry if it takes me awhile to answer some of you! On a side note, I am working on setting up a page to where you can access already previously answered asks. Thank you !

Got to hang with my buddies today.   Love these munchkins.   Happy Eid, Y’all!

Got to hang with my buddies today. Love these munchkins. Happy Eid, Y’all!

Con to being a female on Eid:

Having fixed the perfect hijab style and struggling to not break wudu before prayer at the mosque.

exquisiteuniverse:

Looking for the Eid chocolates your parents prepared for the guests is a suicide mission

Hahahahaha, I really do wish I knew what it was like to grow up in a household that celebrated Eid. Sounds so entertaing!! Eid Mubarak, sis!

"As every Ramadan comes to an end we are filled with regret that we didn’t do more. It is a foretelling of what the end of our lives will be like. Make the most of what you have left."
- (via islamicrays)

(via losinguselesspride)

Been depressed. I don’t want to say goodbye, Ramadan. :(

Anonymous asked:

Did you used to be christian?

HIJABI MISFIT Answer:

Yep

Anonymous asked:

So what is your favorite form of dawah then?

HIJABI MISFIT Answer:

themuselim:

Hmm, I guess my favorite form of dawah is embodying the sunnah to the fullest. We take it for granted but I think being a good muslim is by far the best form of dawah.

And I don’t mean following the 5 pillars. I mean living the sunnah so well that everyone you interact with is simply mesmerized by your soul.

I’ve only met a handful of people in my life that even come close, and they’re the types of people I wish I could always be around.