Strengthen your connection to your faith with this Islamic prayer journal designed specifically for Muslim women, featuring inspirational duas, hadith, and verses from the Qur'an.
As women, we are often required to wear many hats that come with various obligations, both in our careers and our personal lives. It can feel as if there is little time left for self-care—physically, mentally, emotionally, and especially spiritually. Your vessel on a journey of deep devotional reflection, this journal aims to bring greater meaning to the words you may hear, read, or recite in worship and offers an opportunity to truly absorb and connect with them.
With guided prompts and space for reflection, this book will help you think about the religious significance and context of each dua, hadith, and verse and will encourage you to contemplate how you can apply them to your daily life. Undated entries offer space to reflect any time of the year and flexibility for even the busiest of schedules. Take your spiritual connection to the next level with Shukr.
Gabrielle Deonath is a Guyanese-American Muslim writer and editor. First published at age 16, she penned personal essays on her experiences navigating the world as a Muslim teenager for VirtualMosque.com and SISTERS Magazine. For five years, she served as an assistant editor at Brown Girl Magazine and is one of the editors of the company's first-ever print anthology, untold: defining moments of the uprooted. She earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Adelphi University in 2018 and went on to work for mission-based organizations including Global Citizen and Girl Scouts of the USA. Gabrielle hopes to continue to give a voice to those without a platform and provide authentic representation of minorities and marginalized communities through storytelling. She lives in New York City, at the bustling intersection of her passion for the written word and her deep love for her faith.