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Herworld (Malaysia) - - CONTENTS - – Diana

Start­ing with an in­spir­ing per­son as the cover girl to de­tailed know-how and de­li­cious yet sim­ple-to-make recipes, Her World has been fill­ing up my days since I picked it up from the li­brary’s shelf a fort­night ago. The last time I had a mag­a­zine marathon was in my teens. Li­brar­i­ans are now ac­cus­tomed to my pres­ence ev­ery morn­ing – rummaging through the stack of mag­a­zines for past is­sues; re­turn­ing and bor­row­ing, again and again.

Read­ing the is­sue where Siti Kasim talked about ask­ing her us­taz, “Who cre­ated Al­lah?” re­minds me of my ques­tion to my mother, “If Bud­dha cre­ated hu­mans, who cre­ated Bud­dha?”

And I nod my head in agree­ment when Daphne Ik­ing, in the cover story for a re­cent is­sue, shares about us­ing the cor­rect terms when it comes to teach­ing the young about the bees and birds.

The Car­pen­ters’ Yes­ter­day Once More slips into my mind while my h hand dt stops at t th the l last page, which is ti­tled ‘A song to mama’. The Car­pen­ters’ songs are my mum’s favourite, and this par­tic­u­lar song is spe­cial for the two of us as it has been our bond through thick and thin. Cut­ting a long story short, I’ll put a stop to my ap­pre­ci­a­tion and trib­ute for now as I’m go­ing to cre­ate a buzz in the kitchen for my loved ones. Gra­cia, Her World!

This month’s win­ner won a Sephora Col­lec­tion set worth RM327

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