"This is an honest and engaging story of the struggles and triumphs of a Canadian Muslim woman. Farheen Khan demonstrates in a charming and humble manner how we all need faith, family and friends to bring us through the dark times and reconnect with our true selves."@16@-Dr. Ingrid Mattson, President, Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)@16@@16@"Farheen's story of victory over spiritual and physical hardships speaks to the point that we often overlook the cures in front of us. As a result, we find ourselves embracing irrational behavior, and belief in our arrogance. As a black man in the world, I was taught to be a warrior because true success as an African American is defined by how well I play with "injury." Farheen demonstrates the ultimate "Think Blackness" in that she exhibits that above all trials and tribulations Allah (God) is just, merciful, and ever-present. To my little sister, I thank you. You remind us all that playing with "injuries" is not how we are limited. But ultimately how we are tested. Indeed Allah is God. Keep it Simple."@16@@16@
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