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Project 365 2019 – WEEK 38

Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem

Peace and blessings be upon you all

Sunday, 15th September

It was wonderful to wake up in the morning today to see that I had been nominated for Sunshine Blogger Award by A Prolific Potpourri. It feels so wonderful to be recognised for my writing. I’ll be answering questions and nominating other bloggers soon.

Monday, 16th September

My parents got some Aab e Zam Zam from some friends who went to perform Hajj in the Holy City of Makkah and its surrounding cities.Aab e Zam Zam is the holy water from the Zam Zam well in the Holy City of Makkah. According to history, Hazrat Hajra (A.S), Hazrat Ibrahim(A.S)’s wife, ran frantically between two mountains seven to eight times in search for water and to return to calm her wailing thirsty child. When she ran back, she saw a stream if water gushing from under her child which she used to quench her child’s thirst.

This well still remains after centuries to this day and pilgrims drink this water and bring some of it home to share with their friends and families.

When I’m on my prayer mat, I drink some Aab e Zam Zam once I’ve completed my supplications.

Tuesday, 17th September

My professional exams are coming up in November and I’m going to start scrounging for some helpful resources soon.

Wednesday, 18th September

There’s nothing like a few chickens to lift your mood and make you laugh like crazy.

Thursday, 19th September

Today, we learnt how to estimate cholesterol level by using a colorimeter. It determines the cholestrol based on how much wavelength of light has been absorbed. Cholestrol is beneficial for your health, for e.g in making up the cell membranes of your body cells and keeping them fluid like, and in synthesizing bile salts, steroid hormones like testosterone and oestrogen and Vitamin D.

However, if its concentration exceeds 200mg/dl then it can cause atherosclerosis and can be fatal.

Friday, 20th September

My sibling is studying in MBBS as well and there’s alot of things to memorise so my sibling bought a book with pictures like this to use in a similar way as pneumonics to help retain concepts.

Saturday, 21st September

My sibling bought a book I’ve been wanting to read. Once my sibling’s finished, I’ll read it as I’ve heard it’s good.

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13 replies on “Project 365 2019 – WEEK 38”

It’s not long until your professional exams! Hope they go well. Interesting to read about cholesterol. I only know about it being bad, not the positives. I’ve never read Animal Farm. It should be an interesting read.

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Inshallah they’ll go well. Thank you. Cholestrol is very helpful. They also actually hell make up the cell membranes of body cells. If you’ve heard of HDL (High density lipids) and LDLs (Low density lipids) HDLs are good for you, a large amount of LDLs are bad because that means there is high amount of cholestrol in your blood.

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