A Podcast by Sumayah Hassan
Voicenotes to the world on relational intelligence.
Not for everyone, always with love ❤
Thought: Friendship // An Exchange of Energy
There are relationships that primarily take from us, others that nourish us and some that do both. Where's the balance?
Thought: A Home To Come Back To
You can always come back home. You've never gone too far or changed to much to be welcome.
Thought: A Lesson on Boundaries from the Qur'an
In the story of Musa (pbuh) and Al-Khidr in Surat Al-Kahf, we witness an interaction between a Prophet who is also a distinguished leader of his people, and a slave of Allah that had been given knowledge and a special understanding of matters.
Thought: That doesn't make you a bad Muslim or a bad person
Reflecting on Ayah (7:43) from the Quran, and how feeling all that we do is part of the Human experience in this world. It doesn't mean anything about who you are or your character.
Thought: Knowing it // Listening to your intuition & gut feeling
Do you pause after an experience to check in with yourself and see how it leaves you feeling? Do you pay attention to the effect people, media, places or even food have on you afterwards?
Thought: Your Feelings Are Valid // It's okay to feel that way.
For everyone who apologizes before sharing their thoughts or feels like what they're thinking isn't normal or probably not even acceptable.
Beautiful, thought provoking episodes
I could listen to Sumayah all day. She shares beautiful, thought provoking reflections and doesn’t hold back. I learn and benefit so much from listening to her and I’ve been able to implement some of the things she talks about in my own life and although it’s very uncomfortable work, the growth is incredible and I’m so grateful for these episodes.
On true friends (betrayal episode)
TabarakAllah sister, if only we had more friends like you. I love how down the line you are, sincere really is the best title for your podcast.
We will all go through struggles in some form of another, the lack of support and friends who are able to stand with you through the bad really exacerbates the pain.
Dear sister, you have spoken to the hearts. There is truth in your words.