I have never laughed this much from a video. Let me know what you think. Have a fantastic week!
Happy holidays everyone! This past Friday and Saturday, I spent my days purifying my soul and enhancing my spirituality through lectures and workshops at a religious convention called Texas Dawah Convention. I was bewildered by the number of community members that showed up to unite and learn together, with even some who travelled across America just to attend. The lectures consisted of topics about dealing with Islamophobia, how Trump’s presidency impacts us, respecting our elders, giving charity, the influence of social media and creative art on our generation, gender identity in Islam, and a tour of paradise. There was even a workshop where we could ask questions to two FBI agents, and we ended the convention with a comedy show by Jeremy McLellan. It was interesting how varied these topics were because I came home with different perspectives to ponder upon.
Here is my OOTD for the second convention day.
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High Neck Top: Forever 21
M-Slit Cardigan: Forever 21
Palazzo Pants: Charlotte Russe
Strappy Ankle Heels: Forever 21
Scarf: Get it on AliExpress here
Water Permeable Nail Polish: Tuesday in Love – YOLO, $12
Concealer: Kat Von D Lock-It Concealer – Medium 29, $24
Eyebrow Liner: Walmart; Salon Perfect Brow Pomade – Dark Brown, $5
Lipstick: Maybelline Super Stay 14hr Lipstick – Enduring Ruby, $7
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Happy Halloween friends! Here is something to brighten up your week with a laugh. This sketch was hilarious even the second time around.
Hope you all have an amazing week! Make sure to vote early and get those Halloween costumes ready! Last Friday, I went to see Hasan Minhaj’s one-man comedy show Homecoming King. It was absolutely brilliant and I highly suggest everyone see it. Hasan manages to inspire the audience through an emotional roller coaster about his life’s struggles and ultimate achievements. It showed me that if I want something bad, I will get it so long as I work for it. You can too.
I hope everyone is having a wonderful Monday! I think we all need the luxury of taking a break and having a laugh when we get stressed. Here is something to keep you going when it gets tough! Of course, Jimmy Fallon is my go-to when I need to take my mind off of things. Or you could go to my YouTube channel and watch a comedy sketch 🙂
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Here is a video on some tips to look as American as ever. Anyone can do it! Whether you are an undocumented Mexican, a Jew or Muslim who covers their head, a nun, or any other religion/race, there is still hope for you to assimilate 👍🏽
It is absolutely pathetic that videos like these even have to be made to ridicule society’s backward thinking. Unless you came from the uterus of someone who founded this country, you are an immigrant as well, even if your skin color is white. That basically puts all of us on the same boat then, doesn’t it? Now sifting through society to pick out who belongs and who doesn’t makes no sense. Are we some kind of insects that you just throw out?
Religious practices don’t define your ethnicity either. Just because most Christians live in America or Europe, that doesn’t mean you won’t find Christians in India or Saudi Arabia. You can find white people in America who converted to Islam and cover up as well. If you tell them to go back where they came from, where would they go? If they took off their hijab, you couldn’t even tell they are Muslim.
Bottom line is, if you are either born in a country or raised there, that makes you one of the members of its society regardless of what you practice or how you look.