by Naila Sheikh
I’ve always thought the month of Ramadan—the time to worship and not indulge in worldly matters—would strengthen one’s bond with their significant other, make hearts flutter with a commitment to God and at the end of a long day, conclude these amplified feelings, driven in animalistic hormones from hunger and abstinence.
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Naila Sheikh resides with her husband and two kids in Houston, TX. Born and raised in Holland, she has a keen interest to keep up with the current affairs around the world. Her everyday life, apart from playing mommy, also consists of Food Blogging on her website: NailasKitchen.com.