Definition: Emboldened past participle, past tense of em·bold·en (Verb)- 

To Give (someone) the courage or confidence to do something or to behave in a certain way.

My Blog “Emboldened Hearts”  aims to advocate and campaign for the empowerment of Muslim women by promoting an awareness of Muslim Women’s Rights within and outside of Islam.  To help Muslim Women strengthen and exercise their many rights decreed by         Allah(swt), rights that some Muslim men and communities, deny.

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  1. JazakAllah sis for your encouragement, I am new to this blogging thing 😀 Indeed we need to remind ourselves what Islam is all about.. it is sadly the case that it seems to have been led and promoted by spiritual bereft people. Salams 😀

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  3. Zahra;
    I’m writing to ask if you would be interested in reviewing my upcoming book on your blog.

    I’m a pastor and author. I have a new book coming out on September 18th called: Broken Trust…a practical guide to identify and recover from toxic faith, toxic church, and spiritual abuse. (search: broken trust, remy on Amazon.com)

    More and more people are questioning the tactics of their church leadership. My book is written to help people know what steps to take to leave and/or confront the abuse, find healing, and then, if possible, return to the church.

    I realize that we are from different faith traditions, but I think the principles of abuse are the same.

    Stephen A. Smith, from libertyforcaptives.com, said Broken Trust is the best book he’s read on spiritual abuse out of the countless books he’s read on the topic. That’s high praise, but he’s one person. I’d love to have others review the book as well. (You can read Stephen’s full review on the amazon page for the book.)

    Thanks for considering this. I will send you a PDF copy of the book if you are interested.

    F. Remy Diederich

    • Salam Remy,

      I am sorry to have not been online recently to see your message. Thank you for approaching me to review your book on confronting and leaving abuse. I would love to read your book, review and promote it. I think the main difference in our Faiths is how Jesus is viewed, as a Muslim I view Jesus as a Prophet like all other of the Prophets but not the son of God or the embodiment of God. Nonetheless, all Muslims must love Jesus and all he stood for.

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