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    • Why Can’t We See Stars During The Day?
    • After the sunset the stars become visible in the sky. When the darkness of sky increases, the number of stars and their brightness also increases. As the sun come up to the sky, the number of ...
    • Okra the Super Food
    • While some people are not familiar with okra, and others either love it or hate it, it is usually based on personal tastes rather than its health benefits. In fact, whether you ...
    • This is Life!
    • As we grow older, our past and the treasury of the experiences we have gained all make us aware; that “Hey! This is life!” What I am trying to say here is that there are several occasions, even from our early childhood, that we ...
    • The Baby from the Eagles Nest (Part 1)
    • Once there was a girl named Gretchen who lived in a big stone house in the woods with a kindly old wizard; but unfortunately he was so old and absent-minded that he paid little attention to her or to his household from one day to the next. Still he ...
    • Balsamic & Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower
    • Roasting isnt usually the first cooking method you think of for cauliflower but the results are quite delicious. The florets are cut into thick slices and tossed with extra-virgin olive oil and herbs. Wherever the flat surfaces come into ...
    • The Hidden Treasure of Silence
    • We all try to be honest, open up to a close friend, share our secrets, concerns and issues and take them off our chest from time to time. And then just for a very short time, which sometimes just lasts for a few seconds only, we ...
    • PLANET EARTH: HABITATS
    • A habitat is a place where plants and animals live, and provides them with food and shelter. It can be very small, such as a ...
    • Dare Yourself!
    • Is there something you need to do, but then just when you think about it, you panic and freak out? Does mere thinking about taking that particular step give you a lot of stress and you just see unimaginable obstacles and problems on the way? Do you ...
    • PLANET EARTH: RAIN
    • The moisture gathered in clouds eventually falls to the ground as liquid rain or drizzle, or as ...
    • PLANET EARTH: CLOUDS
    • Air always contains some water vapour from oceans, lakes, and the ground. Clouds form when the air cools below a ...
    • PLANET EARTH: WIND
    • Wind is the movement of the atmosphere. The atmosphere moves because the Sun heats the ...
    • Five Kingdoms of Life
    • Every living creature on Earth belongs to a kingdom. Scientists debate how many kingdoms there are, but most ...
    • PLANET EARTH: WEATHER
    • The weather is the day-to-day condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time – whether the air is ...
    • PLANET EARTH: CLIMAT
    • Every part of Earth has its own climate – the typical pattern of weather over a long period of ...
    • PLANET EARTH: OCEAN FLOOR
    • Just a century ago, the ocean floor was largely unknown. Now we know that the deep oceans have features such as ...
    • Beans Should Called Healthy People’s Meat (Part 2)
    • Scientists rate how quickly foods release their natural sugars into the bloodstream using a number called the glycemic index or GI. Foods on the low end of the glycemic scale release their natural sugars slowly over a period of time. Probably most ...
    • PLANET EARTH: OCEANS
    • About 71 per cent of our planet’s surface is covered by oceans and seas. In order of size, the five great oceans are the ...
    • PLANET EARTH: COASTS
    • Coasts, which form the boundary between land and ocean, receive a constant battering from the wind and ...
    • Neck Problems and Injuries (part 2)
    • Most people will have a minor neck problem at one time or another. Our body movements usually do not cause problems, but its not surprising that ...
    • The Child Martyr
    • After the martyrdom of his father, Imam al-Hasans son Abdullah lived with his holy uncle, Imam ...
    • The Merciless Enemy
    • Imam Hassan (A.S) had just arrived home. He was tired and intended to rest. Just then, a ...
    • Work and Generosity
    • Imam Ali (a.s.) was a hard-working man with a pleasant personality. He worked hard while
    • Loving Children
    • Imam Ali (A.S.) was very kind to children, especially to orphans. If he ever saw an orphan crying, he ...
    • PLANET EARTH: ICE
    • About one-tenth of Earth’s dry land and one-eighth of its oceans are covered with ice. This ice is made of ...
    • Pepper Pick Up
    • Sprinkle some salt and ground pepper onto a plate. Blow up a balloon and rub it against your dry hair. Now slowly bring the ...
    • Paper Engineering
    • Lay a sheet of notebook paper across two books, and load coins onto the paper. The paper sags. Now bend and ...
    • Four-Part Bank
    • To make dividers for inside your bank, measure the length and width of an empty oatmeal container. Using these two measurements, draw a rectangle on cardboard. Cut it out. Use ...
    • At Red Rock
    • The red spool held in the boys’ hands twirled rapidly as the kite tugged. “Let the line out slowly,” dad said. “You don’t want to use it all at once.” “But dad,” Colin answered, “I want it to ...
    • Abstain from Domestic Differences: part 2
    • “…When I was nine years old my parents separated because of acute differences. They left my sister, my brother and me in the care of our paternal grandfather. We used to cry there very often. While visiting ...
    • Abstain from Domestic Differences: part 1
    • For a child the home is like a nest. He feels very much attached to it. His heart is always tied to it. If the parents are on friendly terms his nest remains durable like a warm lap. The child in ...
    • Training-Through Deeds, Not Just Talk (Part 2)
    • The parents should give a thought to what sort of offspring the desire to give to the society. If they feel that their child should be a morally upright, kind, humane, freedom loving and responsible person then they ...
    • Training-Through Deeds, Not Just Talk (Part 1)
    • Most parents think that oral instructions and occasional talk about dos and don’ts is sufficient for good upbringing of children. They presume that the upbringing of the child is thus taken care of and they do not have to do anything about ...
    • PLANET EARTH: SEDIMENTS
    • The rocky material that is transported and DEPOSITED by rivers, seas, glaciers, and the wind is ...