Self-sacrifice, or standing your ground? Having a strict schedule, or making time for yourself? What about helping your husband thrive, regardless of what it takes?
Without good examples, it’s hard to know how to create a wholesome balance. Join us for a motivating book club discussion that addresses some of our anxieties but also provides concrete, practical solutions through a real-life example.
Pre-read Mrs. Usmani’s interview here.
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Luthfa Meah holds an MA in Psychology of Religion from the University of London and is currently working as a Manager in the Early Intervention Service in Inner City London. Luthfa is married with three children, age 21, 19 and 10 years old. She is currently serving as Vice President of the Sila Initiative.
Khadijah Hanif is a mother and a Muslim woman committed to the service of the ummah. She resides with her husband and child in the U.A.E. She is the daughter of the respected sheikh Dr. Mohammed Hanif Kamal, MBBS (ashrafiya.com), who is authorized in the spiritual way by Hazrat Mufti Mohammad Taqi Usmani.
Dr. Fareeha Khan
Dr. Fareeha Khan is an intellectual historian and a founding member of the Sila Initiative. She holds an MA from the University of Chicago in Middle Eastern Studies and a PhD in Islamic Studies from the University of Michigan. She has also studied with Muslim scholars in Jordan, the US and Canada. Born and raised in Chicago, she now lives with her husband Ibrahim Mansoor in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia where she continues to write and conduct research.