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  1. Awwwwwn! This is so cute!

    My favorite Productive Muslim Animation so far!

    MashaAllah. May Allah reward you guys immensely!

  2. AssalamuAlaikum,
    Pretty amusing:) I really like it, esp. the idea of writing a ‘sorry’ note as a way for reconciling, is really cute and one of my fave good deeds. Really inspiring mashallah. May Allah rewards you in dunya and akhira. Jazaki Allah Khair.

  3. Assalaammualaikum warahmatullajiwabarakatuhu

    Such a concise and sweet way to communicate a very important message.
    Keep up the good work

  4. A cute video Masha Allah.
    Couples need to express their feelings without fighting.And I think one more trick you can use here is messaging them in their inbox and sending them lovely greetings if the things reconcile.

  5. Lessons I learn from this: fighting is normal. Anger is normal. We say things we don’t mean. It’s normal to acknowledge it. There doesn’t exist a couple that doesn’t fight. If there is, then it’s not normal.
    It’s not normal to stay angry. It’s a Muslim act to identify the real enemy. It’s a Muslim act to admit that it’s the Shaitan. It’s not normal to stay angry. Apologies by words are necessary. The evil eye is a very real enemy. It’s a Muslim act to favour your spouse over others. Even if they’re being unreasonable. Jzkllh for this!!!

  6. Maa shaa Allaah!

    Time to reflect and pause on who the real enemy is.

    Jazak Allaahu Khairan for this wonderful and much needed animation

  7. The firing and blast part made me smile broad.Well, a very beautiful message. One thing that they both should remember and that will be helping them both to stop fighting and patch up again is…. A husband wud say to himself when wife is shouting or is angry “its ok its not you.Its sheytan who has got into you” and a wife would say” I will make him round soon cox I knw it wasnt my hubby, it was sheytan in my hubby’s get up.” Surely it wud help forgetting harsh things spoken by both parties:)