We’re having a good olde fashioned blogger link-up this week on the roundup. Here’s a list of posts from brilliant, inspiring, touching and thought-provoking bloggers who you should be reading if you’re not already.
If you’ve come across something interesting, or have written something awesome, and want to share it with a new audience, drop it in the comments section for everyone to check out! Everyone is welcome to join in.
And a little program note: I start full time work tomorrow *deer caught in headlights* and I’m in complete denial. Posting might be a little slow over the next few days as I figure out how to juggle writing, working, commuting (3 hours!!) and taking care of Eryn. Rest assured, WT will be up and running as soon as I figure things out — or run away — whatever comes first.
- Mezba has an excellent LEGO illustration of the 60th chapter of the Qur’an — contextualizing the sacred text one block at a time.
- Metis asks, Was the Prophet a Feminist? Short answer, yes, yes he was.
- Qrratugai has written a very moving piece, My Heart Bleeds Pashto.
- If you missed it in my recent hijab post, please check out the excellent MMW article, Between Worlds: Jilbab and Transgender in Indonesia.
- Nahida, the fatal feminist, gets her ire up and tackles the Barrier.
- Becky is reading the Danish translation of Karen Armstrong’s A History of God, and is giving her readers an excellent English play-by-play.
- Aischa has an emotional post grappling with Convert Truths.
- Msleetobe tackles what it means to be a Canadian working abroad in the middle of a dangerous situation in her post, On Living on the Sort of Edge.
- And in true roundup fashion, Young Egyptian Couple Tie the Knot in the Midst of a Revolution.
There you have it! Don’t forget to link up in the comments section