My Perfect Gift

Finding the Perfect Gift

What is the Perfect Gift?

Finding the perfect gift for loved ones can be difficult! We all have our unique likes and dislikes, so what should we consider when looking for that special something that captures the imagination and puts a smile on the face of your loved ones?

 

We often think we need to buy unique and individual gifts for each person but people don’t really care if they receive the same gift as someone else, as long as they like it. When you find a good gift, don’t hesitate to send it to many people, it’s better to buy many people the same high-quality gift than to give many, lower quality gifts.

It’s important to buy something that keeps giving. Think of a gift as an opportunity to communicate with someone. People enjoy things that they can use and reuse, every time they use that product they will have a fresh sensation of receiving and think fondly of the person that gave them that gift.

Luxury products often make the best gifts. People love high-quality, luxury products but it may be difficult to justify buying a luxury product for oneself. When they receive them, people feel a sense of elation, self-worth, and gratitude for the person who gives the gift because they can see that that person holds them in high esteem and sees an innate value in them.

You don’t have to wait for a special occasion to give a gift to a loved one. Sometimes an unexpected gift can be more valuable to the recipient than one received at a prescribed time. The psychological effects of receiving an unexpected gift can be profound and can significantly improve the mental well-being of the lucky recipient.

 

 

Gifts in Islamic Culture

Tahaabu, Tahaadu, “give gifts to spread love to one another.”

The concept of gift-giving is important in Islamic culture, anyone who’s done business in the Arab world or experienced Arab hospitality knows, it’s an aspect that’s impossible to ignore.

There are several stories of the prophet Muhammad giving and receiving gifts of perfume, clothing, livestock. But one of the most common gifts he gave and received was the gift of food.

Gifts of food are always welcome, especially when received after sundown during the fasting month of Ramadan. Traditional gifts such as dates, biscuits, and sweets are always welcome, especially if the recipient has a family.

Until recently, finding halal grooming products has been a challenge. Nowadays, it is more common to find, and give, halal products for beard care to Muslim men.

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