#GirlLove Tag

Assalamu’alaikum everyone!

Luv you fillah!

In this chance I’ll post about The #GirlLove challenge.

Thank you so much sis Papatia for tagging me in this challenge. ๐Ÿ™‚

I love you for Allah’s sake! ย โค

so What is this #GirlLove Tag:

It is in response to Lilly Singhโ€™s video on youtube ,you can watch it at end of this post . The money collected by her will go to Malala fund where they will use it for Syrian Girlโ€™s Education so each view matters.The video is about promoting ย Girls love and combatting jealousy among women.The amount of energy women spent in putting other women down can be used to ย lift each other up. I recommend you to watch it ,it is a great video.

1. Hereโ€™s what you do for the #GirlLove:Tell your followers who inspires you, a famous woman who may be dealing with negativity on a daily basis. ย 

My Mom of course. She’s a great mother indeed. Anyhow she faces many hardships in this life, she has never given up. She’s strong woman, a super mom for her children. She taught us about Islam since we were very young, discipline, and other things. She also taught me a basic of English when I was child, because of her, I fell in love with English. Anyhow I’m not fluent at it. ha..ha.

Then, I got inspiration from another great woman, she’s a mother of Imam Syafe’i. She succeeded to teach and educate her son became a great ulama. Imam Syafe’i had memorized Qur’an when he was 7. Masha’Allah, that was wonderful! I feel very hard to memorize Qur’an. (I’ll try again….again) I really hope that my son can duplicate Imam Syafe’i. And I have to follow the steps of ย wonderful teaching those were practiced by his mother.

2. Tell your followers who inspires you in real life, a woman you always interact with.

Papatia Feauxzar. She inspires me a lot. And I often interact with her in this blog and via email. I admire her skill in time management. How to be a great mother, a wonderful wife, a creative writer, and she does. She has many skills in many things. Awesome! ย [I love you Sis! I still can’t believe that we become friend n sister here.]

Saadia Haq, my another great friend from Pakistan. I met her also in this blog. She’s a Muslim feminist, a great writer/blogger and a senior journalist. She has done many great works to against racism, sexual abuse, and so on. [Thank you so much Sis for your supports to my self and my country.] I met her also through blogging. ย ๐Ÿ˜‰

Corbin, she’s my first friend in WordPress. She’s my English online teacher. ๐Ÿ™‚ ย  She has taught me many thing about English. [I’m sorry Sis Corbin if I disturbed you a lot.] He..he.

She’s an American Muslim. I admire her motivation to learn and to spread Islam peacefully and nicely. You can visit her awesome blog Islamwich, in there you can read many things about Islam. Masha’Allah, You know a lot about Islam, Sis.

I love you all for Allah’s sake. May Allah bless you, my friends! Ameen!


3. Tag five women bloggers who you love. Compliment them and tell them why you love them, and comment under their latest post with the link to your #GirlLove post!

Ah, the third rule is so hard for me. To choose only five from bloggers who I love. May I break it?!

To be honest I love you all my friends. Although we have never meet in real life, but I trust you that you’re great friends for me. If I write only five it doesn’t mean that I don’t love others, just follow the rules. Okay, here they’re the bloggers I choose for this challenge.

  1. Sabiscuit.ย She’s a great artist, a great blogger. I love her art and her works. I have never met her in real life. In this wordpress, I met her. She always support me and gave her times to read and comment in my post. (Thank you Sis SB!)
  2. Visionarie kindness. She’s a great blogger too. She often write poems, so I called her as a great poetess. I love your poems, Sister. I really wanna know how to write haiku, ๐Ÿ˜‰ ย but I don’t have beautiful words. Thank you for your love and your supports too.
  3. Mahjabeen. Mahjabeen is my little friend. She’s smart, cute and nice friend. I love and admire her skill at writing. She started blog in her young age whereas I started ย it when I was 34. ๐Ÿ˜€ ย (Never old to do blogging!) ย We use our blog as room chat. Thank dear for this friendship. Luv you always!
  4. ย Fateema Abdallah. I love her, because she’s my sister in Islam. She thought that I’ve inspired her through blogging, but I think she who has inspired me by her writings. She has ever taught me how to add animation in comment form. I like that, Sis. You have good ability in animation art. I like to see your blog.
  5. Now, I’ll break a little of the last rule, he..he. I’d say that I love you all my friends, and you’re tagged to follow this challenge. Thanks.

If you get tagged, do the post on your own blog. If you want to do it anyway, do it anyway! Add the tag โ€˜Girl Loveโ€™ to your post, so we can see them all! Letโ€™s start 2016 with LOVE for each other!

image credit: abuaminaelias.com
image credit: abuaminaelias.com


46 thoughts on “#GirlLove Tag”

  1. Eva, thank you so much for adding me to this tag. I admire you as a mother, a teacher and a friend. You have an amazing personality and I am very happy to have your visit and comments. I think this GirlLove tag is wonderful and timely. Female aggression is a huge problem. I think it might be a reaction to a male dominated society. We feel helpless to free ourselves from the need to receive male approval and destroy each other to have it. We can gain so much more by respecting ourselves and supporting everyone equally.

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    1. My pleasure Sister. And thank you for your lovely words. I’m just a woman who has love and love friendship. I’m blessed to have you as friend, hope we can meet someday. You visit my country or maybe I’ll visit your, God willing.
      Agree with your opinion about GirlLove, Sis. Yes, we should respect each other.
      God blesses you, Sis!

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  2. Masha’Allah, you honored Saadia Haq ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ’๐ŸŽ‰โ˜บ๏ธ๐Ÿ‘! And I’m also glad to have met you alhamdullilah . Love and Jzk for the kind words ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŒบ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ˜ป

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    1. Yes, Sis. Sis Saadia is one of women who has inspired me too. I knew her from Corbin’s blog n from your blog. Do you remember that she has interviewed you and posted it in her blog, right? Since that time, I followed her n become her close friend/sister. Masha’Allah. It was blessing from Allah, Sis.
      Wa iyyaki, my sis. I can wait to email you!

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  3. Congratulations Eva, on your new success, MashAllah I am very happy for you!!
    IMAGINE my surprise while reading it I saw myself among those who inspire you, am truly humbled at your kind words and I cherish our friendship and love being your sister, so thanks so much for this!!! โค โค โค ๐Ÿ™‚ :-* :-*

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  4. The video is amazing & so is your blog which I am reading for the first time . I will not comment whether women have jealousy towards each other but I will give credit to two Women Bloggers on WordPress who reviewed my Book: Journey from Guwahati to Machhiwara . One is Indian Blogger Parul ( Happiness & Food ) & second is Saadiqa Haq ( Writer from East ) . Even if you don’t read my Book , I will love to see you reading my Books comment on their Blog .
    PS : I have more women readers than men , my wild guess !!

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    1. Thank you for your nice word! My blog is only a space for improving my English. I don’t use it in my daily speaking. Thanks also for your visiting, reading n commenting. Okay, I’ll read the review of your book in Saadia’s blog. So you’re an author? Awesome! I’m struggling for that, ๐Ÿ˜€

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    1. Hi! He..he, I mean I’m still poor in Grammar. Thank for your nice word! Nice to know you too. I guess that you’re an Indonesian too. Tell me please if I’m wrong! ๐Ÿ™‚


        1. Alhamdulillah, I get Indonesian friend again here. You know my friend, I have more friends from other countries than Indonesia, n so do my readers.

          PS. Your English is better than mine! ๐Ÿ˜Š

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            1. Nope, only blogging! WordPress is my other world ๐Ÿ˜ƒ . When someone followed my blog, I usually follow back his /her blog n always try to be their friend. As I wrote in my about page, this blog is as a space to improve my English n my writing, so I wrote n I’ll make posts in English. That was why my reader become many. It isn’t easy to find Indonesian friends here, I only have less than 15. How about you? Are you following specific community besides WordPress?


              1. Great! Never have that thought before.

                I used to wrote flash-fictions once a week (https://whentheheartspeaksout.wordpress.com/category/sastra/fiksi/), thus I’ve got some native followers. I followed some native speakers too, but we are just usual friends not as close as you and yours.

                For me it is easier to find Indonesian bloggers, heheh. Maybe I’m going to follow some of your friends ๐Ÿ˜€

                mmm I’m interested in some communities but haven’t join any. You?

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                1. I love friendship! Yes, sure, please follow their blogs. They’re nice bloggers! Yeah, So am I, but I don’t have much time to join the communities. I had made account in few English online courses but I don’t follow them seriously, ๐Ÿ˜‰ just made accounts. My work needs a lot of times.


  5. Thank you for having tagged me sister. This GirlLove tag is a great initiative from the owner. It s true that women mainly spend their time looking down at each other while we should support each other. In sh Allah I will do the tag.

    You are really a sweet person and I admire you a lot โ™ฅ

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  6. assalamu alaikum!U am sooo privelgaed to have you as a friend!!!thank you soo much for all the lovely things you said about me, and yeah, your the best!!Xxx

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  7. Assalamualaikum sis, Masha’Allah your mother sounds AMAZING- may Allah bless your mother for her big heart and kindness and reward her for her struggles, Ameen! May Allah also bless the mother of Imam Syafeโ€™i, she sounds like a great woman as well, masha’Allah! I pray that you are in the best of health and spirits and that you and your son are doing well ๐Ÿ™‚ Hugs and duas โค Love you xoxo

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    1. Wa’alaikumussalam my sister Sumaira. Jazakillah khoir for liking, visiting n commenting in my blog. I really thank you for that.

      Ameen to your duas Sister! To you too as well. I’m so proud of my Mom.
      Barakallahu fiikum! โค

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      1. Wa feeki barak’Allah sis, I missed you and everyone else on WordPress, it’s been a while since I have read and left comments, but it felt good to catch up with all- makes my heart so happy! ๐Ÿ™‚ โค

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        1. Me too! WordPress is a nice world for bloggers to share some good things and others. I really thank you for your nice supports, Sis!
          Just the way info Sis, I’ve deleted my Fb account. I’m often here n whatssapp. What’s about your viber? Are you still there?


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