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January 27, 2008


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Have a wonderful time with us




January 25, 2008

Forgive me

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 The lyric:

Today, upon a bus,
I saw a girl with golden hair.
And wished I was as fair.
When suddenly she rose to leave,
I saw her hobble down the aisle.
She had one leg and wore a crutch.
But as she passed, she smiled.
Oh God, forgive me when I whine.
I have two legs the world is mine.


With feet to take me where I `d go.
With eyes to see the sunset’s glow.
With ears to hear what I’d know.
Oh God, forgive me when I whine.
I have blessed indeed, the world is mine.
I stopped to buy some candy.
The lad who sold it had such charm.
I talked with him, he seemed so glad.
If I were late, it `d do no harm.
And as I left, he said to me,
“I thank you, you’ve been so kind.
You see,” he said, “I `m blind”
Oh God, forgive me when I whine.
I have two eyes the world is mine.
With feet to take me where I `d go.
With eyes to see the sunset’s glow.
With ears to hear what I’d know.
Oh God, forgive me when I whine.
I have blessed indeed, the world is mine.

I saw a child with eyes of blue.
He stood and watched the others play.
He did not know what to do.
I stopped a moment and then I said,
“Why don’t you join the others, dear?”
He looked ahead without a word.
And then I knew. He couldn’t hear.
Oh God, forgive me when I whine.
I have two ears the world is mine.
With feet to take me where I `d go.
With eyes to see the sunset’s glow.
With ears to hear what I’d know.
Oh God, forgive me when I whine.
I have blessed indeed, the world is mine


January 22, 2008

Control your tempers (Story)..

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Control your tempers

There was a boy who was always losing his temper. His father gave him a bag full ofnails and said to him, “My son, I want youto hammer a nail into our garden fenceevery time you need to direct your angeragainst something and you lose your temper.”


So the son started to follow his father’sadvice. On the first day he hammered in 37nails, but getting the nails into the fencewas not easy, so he started trying tocontrol himself when he got angry. As thedays went by, he was hammering in less nails, and within weeks he was able to control himself and was able to refrain from getting angry and from hammering

nails. He came to his father and told him what he had achieved. His father was happy with his efforts and said to him: “But now,

my son, you have to take out a nail for every day that you do not get angry.”
The son started to take out the nails for each day that he did not get angry, until there were no nails left in the fence.
He came to his father and told him what hehad achieved. His father took him to the

fence and said, “My son, you have done well, but look at these holes in the fence.

This fence will never be the same again.”

Then he added: “When you say things in a state of anger, they leave marks like these holes on the hearts of others. You can stab a person and withdraw the knife but it

doesn’t matter how many times you say ‘I’m sorry,’

because the wound will remain.

Our Regards…

January 20, 2008

That’s a laugh !!

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What Is a Laugh?

Physiologically, laughing is a series of spasmodic and partly involuntary expirations with odd vocalisations, normally indicative of merriment.  Often, laughing is a hysterical manifestation or a reflex result of tickling.  Normal laughing is of two types:

Mild laughter – when there is an occasion to laugh lightly or moderately

Hearty laughter – when there is an occasion to laugh more vigorously


What Makes Us Laugh?

Other than simple tickling, laughing is based on fear.  Fear of loss of dignity, social embarrassment, exclusion from the group, being fooled/exploited, death, injury, or sex.  The more anxiety-prone the subject is, the better it is as a subject for humour.  Different societies find different things funny.  So do different generations within a society.  There is a fine line between comedy and tragedy, between the funny and the sad, between what makes us laugh and what makes us cry, between pleasure and pain.  This is why watching someone slip on a banana skin is universally funny: someone else loses their dignity – and that’s better than it happening to us.In one US study, it was found that people laughed due to the following:

·         31% of laughter was caused by wisecracks, put-downs, clever remarks, and the stupidity of others
·         21% by odd incidents and situations
·         20% by tv, movies, and plays
·         15% by a happy mood in general
·         13% by actions and antics of others.

Of course, the sense of humor of Americans differs from that of all other peoples.  For example, they think their tv sitcoms are actually funny…


What Happens to Our Body when We Laugh?

When you give way to laughter, electrical impulses are triggered by nerves in the brain.  These set off chemical reactions in the brain and elsewhere in the body.  For example, your endocrine system orders your brain to secrete natural tranquilisers and painkillers.  Other released chemicals aid digestion.  Still others make arteries contract and relax and improve blood flow.  Laughing may not be the best medicine, but it’s certainly a good one.

Why Is Laughing Important?

Among other things, laughing restores balance and equilibrium.  Charles Darwin argued that it helps us discharge surplus tension and mental excitation.  Freud argued that laughter helps us deal with lustful thoughts.  Laughing is important to our very survival.  Laughing starts when we are about six weeks old.  Darwin argued that a baby laughing gives pleasure to the caretaker and thus helps lessen the likelihood of parental rejection – both aiding personal and species survival.

Who Laughs More, Men or Women?

Studies show that men and women laugh just about equally.  It has been found that men tell jokes far more often than women.  But women smile more often than men.  (Are women smiling at the men’s jokes?  Or at the men laughing at their own jokes?)

Do Groups with Jokers Get Less Work Done?

Quite the opposite.  In an experiment conducted at the University of California at Los Angeles, it was found that groups that contained a frequently funny and witty person worked better on problem-solving tasks, worked better together, and were overall more productive than groups that had no “joker.”

What’s the Most Important Quality for Success in Telling a Joke Well?

First of all, the joke has to be funny.  Professional comedians usually recommend that you always tell a joke while standing up.  That way you can use your body much easier when you have illustrate something.  Beyond this, when you tell a joke, you need a lively way of talking that’s more relaxed and varied in pitch than when you’re talking about serious matters.  Of course, a sense of humour is important too, also a sense of timing, a good memory, brevity of expression (make all words count), self-confidence, an outgoing manner, a quick wit, and sensitivity to the nature of the audience.  (For example, don’t make World War II jokes in Berlin.  “Don’t mention the War!” as Basil Fawlty might say.)



January 18, 2008

Description of The Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)

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Asalsm Alykom!

Hi everybody!

Today we bring 4 U a nice song

…We hope you’ll like it 

 And we hope a super day 4 U

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Think about it …

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Think about it …

* Be like the bee, which lands on fragrant flowers and fresh branches.

* You do not have time to seek out people’s defects and mistakes.

* If Allah is with you, then whom do you have to fear? If Allah is against you, then what hope do you have?

* If you do not prepare today, then you will not be able to do anything tomorrow.

*Let your morals and attitudes be even more beautiful than a garden.


* Do acts of kindness and you will be the happiest of people.

* Leave people to their Creator and forget about your enemy.

*The pleasure of haram actions is followed by regret, loss and punishment.

The happiest woman in the world … by : A’ia al Qarni

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