Vestiges

Vestiges From Merriam-Webster ves·tige (noun), pronounced \ˈves-tij\ 1) a: a trace, mark, or visible sign left by something (as an ancient city or a condition or practice) vanished or lost      b: the smallest quantity or trace Origins: from the Latin vestīgium, meaning “footprint” For the past two weeks of Ramadan, I’ve been back in Florida, first to Pensacola, my hometown; or, perhaps … Continue reading Vestiges

Vigils

Vigils “Behold, We shall bestow upon thee a weighty message (and,) verily, the hours of night the mind most strongly and speak with the clearest voice, whereas by day a long chain of doings is thy portion. But (whether by night or by day) remember thy Sustainer’s name, and devote thyself unto Him with utter devotion. The Sustainer of … Continue reading Vigils