13 ways Muslims see the world a little differently

by Mozzified Staff

Whether it’s an object or a paradigm, we’re a little different. #Alhamdulillah.

1) Necklaces are more than just necklaces.

“How many beads does this have?” “If it has 99 beads (plus one), I’m sold.”

2) Beans? I see dhikr.

Beans, beans, the magical fruit.

“WAIT, is this the “read” pile or the “to-be-read” pile??”

3) Bed sheets. Bed sheets. Bed sheets.

Say it enough times and “bed sheet” begins to sound like on-the-go prayer mat.

4) Water Bottles.

Basically any container substitutes as a “lota” – you gotta do what you gotta do.

5) The “scarves” section of department stores.

You see scarves, I see hijabs.

6) Any room with a bunch of people.

“I wonder if anyone here is my future spouse.”

#Astagfirullah #peoplearepeoplenotobjects #loweryourgaze

7) Surgical Masks.

Need a cover for your beard? Or a makeshift niqab? Try a surgical mask.

8) Fabric. Of any kind.

“Oh, am I hearing recitation?” “I guess this napkin will do…”

9) Street Names.

If that’s North and that’s South, and I should Never Eat Soggy Waffles, then the qibla direction must be… THAT way.

10) Empty Corners. Fittings Rooms. Parking Lots. Space, in general.

“SubhanAllah – and it’s in the direction of the Qibla!”

11) Smart Phones.

Quran, Hadith, Prayer Times, Compass. SubhanAllah, I’ve got all my needs with me…

12) Vegetarian. Vegan. AND Alcohol-Free?

Hey, hey, there’s my halal.

13) Banana peel?

Let me pick that up and get me some sawab. #bonuspoints #Alhamdulillah