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‘Can you’ or ‘Will you’

 http://www.wisewives.org/   Men like to solve problems and fix things…we all know that. That need is deep rooted in everything they do. A woman should appeal to this type of personality by asking him to help her solve problems. This type of treatment can be very useful when you want …

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Test Tube Babies

Title: It is impermissible to insert a fused egg from another couple into ones womb to get pregnant Question I want to ask about test tube babies. My husband is unfit and we can’t go for test tube baby even. So if I get a fused egg from a married …

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“Delightful Disputes”

 Munira Ezzeldine In order to achieve conflict resolution a person must first: Begin with basic acceptance of their partner’s personality. Accept that there is no absolute reality in marital conflict, only two subjective realities. Have respect for your spouse and be open to his/her point of view. Not let things …

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It’s Time to Save Ourselves

http://www.junaidkajee.com/its-time-to-save-ourselves/ I was waiting in line to board a flight. The queue didn’t seem to be moving so I pulled out my phone and scrolled through my apps.Maybe one of them will have a notification I missed. Then I checked Twitter, just to see if there was anything interesting. Facebook …

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Weekly Ladies Program Audios

http://www.uswatulmuslimah.co.za/ Prescription for Peace and Contentment Moulana Muhammad Ilyaas Patel Weekly Ladies Program Date: 2015-11-10 Format: MP3 Size: 6.4 MB Download    Passing the Exams of Life Moulana Muhammad Ilyaas Patel Weekly Ladies Program Date: 2015-11-03 Format: MP3 Size: 6.0 MB Download    Surah Tahreem Moulana Naeem Motala Weekly Ladies …

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Take It On Faith

Miriam Islam starts a new series looking at inspiring relationships in the families of the prophets. SISTERS Magazine Imagine you were on a long car journey with your family; you would hope it would be uneventful and stress-free. At best you expect the roads to be clear; at worst you …

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