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PROJECT 366 2020 – WEEK 20

Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem

Peace and blessings be upon you all

Sunday, 10th May

Here’s what today’s Iftaar looks like (apologies if posting food pictures is annoying but I tend to remember to take pictures during Iftaari). Today’s menu is Chapli Kebab with spinach and mashed potatoes, and spring rolls with plum sauce.

Monday, 11th May

Here’s a picture of my progress in learning Arabic. I’ve learnt nouns, a bit about sentences and haroof (e.g prepositions) so far. I’ll start learning verbs soon. I hope it goes well since I’m not sitting in an actual class!

Tuesday, 12th May

Here’s a beautiful and very visual ayat of the Quran from Surah Nur/Light. Here, light upon light is referred to the cohesion between one’s inner light or good with external light or Revelation. When they becomes cohesive, a person becomes a believer. In addition, it is believed by some scientists that Light upon Light explains the physical concept of coherence, i.e the merging between two waves of the same frequency which can result in either a more powerful or the waves cancel each other out and die out.

Wednesday, 13th May

Tonight, I had an intense craving of making chocolate chip cookies. I was unable to find chocolate chips so I got a couple of bars of Dairymilk and cut them into little cubes.

One thing I love about making these cookies is the look and texture of the cookie dough just before I put it on the tray. They’re so soft and squishy and tasty.

Thursday, 14th May

Its half past midnight and the cookies are ready! However, they’re tinier than they are supposed to be. I added more baking soda but the dough didn’t seem to expand when they were in the oven. Nevertheless, they were delicious and my family loved them!

Friday, 15th May

As of yesterday, the last 1/3rd of the month of Ramadan has started. According to our Islamic beliefs, on one day from the last 10 days of Ramadan, The Holy Prophet Muhammad SAW received the first Revelation of Allah (initiating the guidance of Quran) through the Angel Jibrael/Gabriel. In addition, angels descend from the Heavens to spread the Bounty and decree of Allah so Muslims all over the world enhance their worship and supplications to reap the rewards of this blessed night.

I recite supplications from this booklet.

Saturday, 16th May

Here’s how today’s Iftaar looks like! There’s french fries, fried chicken and fish with baked bread and pie filling.

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By Andale Seaworne

21. Pakistani. Muslim. People call me tubelight. Life is a roller coaster life but if you focus on the ups in life and have faith, life will be beautiful
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17 replies on “PROJECT 366 2020 – WEEK 20”

I always find it interesting see what other people eat. The spring rolls look so good.
Well done with learning Arabic.
Good thinking making your own chocolate chips out of Dairymilk. We’re going to make some cookies next week. x

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Food pictures are never annoying, post more! I love pictures of food! You totally have to go with cravings and having a craving for chocolate chip cookies is never a bad thing! They look amazing and I hope you enjoyed them! Smaller cookies just means you get to have more anyway! πŸ˜‰
Sim x – #Project366

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Your cookies look very good! We broke up chocolate into chocolate chips for some cookies recently too. It looks like you’re making good progress with your Arabic.

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Arabic looks a very difficult language to read and learn, nice to learn another language.
If the biscuits were all eaten the size does not matter. Did the dairy milk melt?
Love the variety of food on your plate

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I haven’t had much success with vegan cookies but am determined to find a good recipe! I would find it fascinating to have an Arabic lesson as it seems so different to our alphabet and language in the UK #project366

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Good luck with learning Arabic – it sounds like it is going well so far. Those chocolate chip cookies look delicious – what a good idea to chop up Dairy Milk as a substitute for chocolate chips. #project366

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I always find it interesting to see what other people eat. I do love spring rolls and those spring rolls look so good. Well done with learning Arabic. Is it really difficult? Good thinking about making your own chocolate chips out of Dairymilk. We’re going to make some cookies next week. The kids have been making a lot of brownies x

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We couldn’t find choc chips for baking cookies either, and also chopped half of the milk chocolate bar. Your cookies look tasty. I enjoy looking at other people’s food. The quote about the light is fascinating, especially that it could be explained in both religious and scientific terms. Your Arabic writing looks very elegant.

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Don’t think I have ever tried plum sauce…will have to give it a try.

Well done with your Arabic learning.

The girls love making chocolate chips cookies…have run out of chocolate chips too!

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