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Temoria Mughal  β€’ "Let the beauty of what you love, be what you do" β€’ β₯☯☀ // ο·½ // SBU17' // πŸ“New York //

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β€’ Love as much as you live, xo. β€’ Made a small video compiling moments from one of the most meaningful weeks of my life, IG can't hold all of it so the full one is on my blog & fb :)

Oh hey, look at that tan line

Part ✌🏽

Eid Mubarak πŸ’•I hope everyone has a great day celebrating and is surrounded by love and light!

*I promise I'm done with the πŸ‡―πŸ‡΄ pictures after this* Eid is tomorrow and one of the things I'm so grateful for are the friendships I've made because of YFJ. This time last year, I never would've guessed that I would have sisters all over the country, alhamdulillah πŸ’•

Mid fistbump w/ Abdullah, who is just one of hundreds of orphans sponsored by HHRD & who I honestly can't stop thinking about everyday. May he always stay smiling like this iA πŸ’•

Day 6: At one of the last camps we visited, HHRD set up a mobile school for the children and here's a video of my amazing friend @misha94_xo teaching them their first lesson. These kids crave education and alhamdulilah for being able to help bring it to them in any capacity. πŸ“–

Day 5: Our second stop of today was at a disabilities center. We were able to give out toys and candies to the children. This was perhaps one of the hardest parts of the trip for me. The people that worked there were kind hearted volunteers but they weren't properly trained, so they don't know what to do if one of the kids needs specific care, and though they still make a different, that was heartbreaking.

Day 5: Today was the most emotional day for me. The little girl above, Asma, was initially hiding in a corner when we got to the orphanage in the morning and I gestured her to come to me so she could join in on all the fun the other kids were having. Though hesitant at first, she came to me and after that, she never left my side. We danced, played hand games and made letters for each other. Although I don't know Arabic, she was able to tell me she loves me and will miss me and she left a huge impact on my heart. Her kindness, smile, and love is inspiring and I hope that when I go back home, I can make a difference in a way that could help her and children like her who have no identity here, that would make me worthy of her love.

I have no words.

Day 5: Pictured above is a section of the Palestinian refugee camp that the orphanage and families we visited today is in. The living conditions are unbelievable. Most of these people have been here for decades but they don't have any identification or papers, so their situation may not be able to get that much better maybe throughout their whole life. Their homes don't even all have solid homes, so when the weather conditions worsen, some have even collapsed on families. I pray that the world, including myself, can do something for these people who it seems the world has forgotten about.

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