Muslim Wife, Welcome to my Life! Amira and Abdullah (part 2)
This word, like a stream of inexhaustible energy, penetrated inside her and remained there, resounding with numerous echoes spreading through all her organs. It was as if the boiling point had been reached in a matter of seconds. The voice sounded unfamiliar, but it was soft and confident. That "hello" sounded like a challenge.

She turned her head and saw a man with dark hair. Her hair was slightly curled and was of medium length, jet black in color. His face was slightly tanned, and his eyes looked like a dark southern night. The man was tall and strong, and it was clear that he was taking care of himself. Light trousers and a white shirt were perfectly ironed.

- Hello! She lowered her eyes and answered almost in a whisper. Having paid money for the gift, she was going to leave the mall, but Abdullah had one single chance to get to know her and he decided to use it.

The sun shone through the huge windows of the mall, as if trying to break in. Everything around seemed to have disappeared, leaving this couple alone. Alone with each other. She raised her eyes and, as if for herself, realized that she liked this young man. There was something about him that caught her attention so much. Whether it was his snow-white smile or just a mysterious expression on his face, but it was felt that he wanted to say a lot, but did not dare.

All this lasted no more than thirty seconds, but already seemed like an eternity.

“I just want to tell you that I intend to marry you. I hope that your desire completely coincides with mine. In a few days, my family will come to you to discuss all the details and agree on the conduct of the nikah ceremony. If you care about me, just nod to me once and I will be the only person for you who will love and protect you. I saw you only a few times, but I realized that the light that you radiate can be my saving light.

Such a banal story in the life of Amira unfolded for the first time. Never before had she thought about the fact that this is how her acquaintance, perhaps with her future husband, could happen. How strange and incomprehensible it all was. Her hands were shaking and her palms were sweaty. Even all the beads on her dress seemed to imitate this dance.

She once again raised her gaze to Abdullah and silently nodded to him. In today's world, no one does that anymore. Today it's completely different. Today, everyone is striving to get wealth, fame, fame. “And I,” she thought, “without any agreements, agreed to a relationship that should be the only one.” Not another word was spoken. She rushed out of the mall like the wind, as if in a fever. Her hands shook, her breath caught, her heart pounded faster and faster. But like any girl, Amira wanted to be loved. “And yet there is something in him ...” she thought, and stopping for a minute to straighten her scarf, she went on, thinking about what had happened a few minutes earlier.

Almost a week has passed since that meeting. Nothing important happened, thoughts were mixed and as if confused, like lonely clouds slowly floating across the sky. Time passed slowly, like frozen nougat, and each day was like the previous one. Saturday came. It was today that Abdullah and his relatives were supposed to come to Amira's house to ask for her hand in marriage. Her father, Mustafa, had long been ready for her daughter to become an adult, and she definitely needed a man who was ready to take care of her. And besides, everyone has long wanted Amira to have a child. She was such a beautiful girl that even the clouds chased after her to cover her delicate skin from the hot sun.

By this day, NIKAH Amira ordered a luxurious milky dress with a delicate ornament of white beads. Pumps with low heels perfectly complemented the dress. Her hair was pulled back into a tight ponytail, and her head was covered with a scarf, the color of which set off Amira's already tanned face. She was gorgeous in her attire. Every movement was like a flap of a wing, every step was like the movement of the wind. She was happy and the smile never left her face. Although she knew Abdullah for only a few seconds, she knew for sure that it was he who could make her happy.

The birds sang with all their voices, the sun blinded and melted hearts, filling everyone with kindness and love. The sky was crystal clear and clear, as if someone had dispersed all the clouds so that not a single cloud would interfere with their acquaintance. The flowers opened their snow-white petals and smiled at the rays of the sun. The last drops of dew, hidden in the most secluded corners, gradually dried up, leaving a barely noticeable pattern on the blades of grass. A light wind sang its morning song and seemed to start its similar verse again, informing everyone that something extremely important would happen today. The street was filled with a sweet aroma reminiscent of the taste of jam, pale pink flowers filled the street with their bright scent.

Like a star in the middle of the day, Amira resembled a small fragile doll: her hands are gracefully