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evening wear: "What are you guys looking at? Do look different?" @islam4everyone (This story put tears in my eyes, MUST READ) Story of a revert sister Amy --- "Salamu Alaykum, My name is Amy and I am an American revert of 2 years. I currently am an MA student and an instructor at a university for Arabic. This week, I made the decision to wear hijab full time. I was extremely nervous to show up with hijab in the middle of the semester, especially in front of my American students. As I walked to class my stomach was in a knot and there was a voice in my head saying to just take it off. I kept thinking that hijab might ruin the good relationship I have with my students. Thankfully, the desire to wear hijab overpowered those voices. My students stared in confusion as I entered the class. I began with a light joks and said "what are you guys looking at? Do I look different?" I smiled at them and they laughed. I then briefly explained that this is how I would look from now on and I choose to cover for my relgion. I also told them I am still the same person. My eyes filled with tears and my students began to clap for me, which made me cry even more. Then, one of the students said, "You can even wear a burqa, it would not change anything for us." I laughed as I wiped my tears. Another student yelled, "someone go give her a hug." And then I said "only hugs from women and they all laughed. I am beyond thankful to Allah for this experience as it has revealed how in most people, there is beauty and kindness and empathy and love, and those things are more powerful than the differences between any of us." REPOST
 evening wear: "What are you guys looking at?
 Do look different?"
 @islam4everyone
(This story put tears in my eyes, MUST READ) Story of a revert sister Amy --- "Salamu Alaykum, My name is Amy and I am an American revert of 2 years. I currently am an MA student and an instructor at a university for Arabic. This week, I made the decision to wear hijab full time. I was extremely nervous to show up with hijab in the middle of the semester, especially in front of my American students. As I walked to class my stomach was in a knot and there was a voice in my head saying to just take it off. I kept thinking that hijab might ruin the good relationship I have with my students. Thankfully, the desire to wear hijab overpowered those voices. My students stared in confusion as I entered the class. I began with a light joks and said "what are you guys looking at? Do I look different?" I smiled at them and they laughed. I then briefly explained that this is how I would look from now on and I choose to cover for my relgion. I also told them I am still the same person. My eyes filled with tears and my students began to clap for me, which made me cry even more. Then, one of the students said, "You can even wear a burqa, it would not change anything for us." I laughed as I wiped my tears. Another student yelled, "someone go give her a hug." And then I said "only hugs from women and they all laughed. I am beyond thankful to Allah for this experience as it has revealed how in most people, there is beauty and kindness and empathy and love, and those things are more powerful than the differences between any of us." REPOST

(This story put tears in my eyes, MUST READ) Story of a revert sister Amy --- "Salamu Alaykum, My name is Amy and I am an American revert...

evening wear: Girl be like: "I don't even wear that much makeup. LMAOOOO that's what they say but is it true NOO🚫COMMENT if you can relate ( Tagg your friends ) like and follow @fwjustyn for more !!
 evening wear: Girl be like: "I don't even wear that
 much makeup.
LMAOOOO that's what they say but is it true NOO🚫COMMENT if you can relate ( Tagg your friends ) like and follow @fwjustyn for more !!

LMAOOOO that's what they say but is it true NOO🚫COMMENT if you can relate ( Tagg your friends ) like and follow @fwjustyn for more !!