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    • Types of Worshipping
    • ing Hadith of the Week There are people who worship Allah to gain His Favors, this is the worship of traders; while there are some who worship Him to keep themselves free from His Wrath, this is the worship of slaves;...
    • Butterflies
    • ies Roger Dean Kiser There was a time in my life when beauty meant something special to me. I guess that would have been when I was about six or seven years old, just several weeks or maybe a month before the orph...
    • Romanian proverbs (4)
    • (4) Mai bine un mãgar care te poartã decât un cal care te trânteste. Means: Better ride on an ass that carries me than a horse that throws me. Moartea unora este viata altora. Means: One man's ...
    • King M
    • g M Crispin Oduobuk A humorous African parable Hey friend, I tell you a story. A good story. With a moral in it. I tell you about a king. I tell you about King Mmefiokmma. See, King M, he living long time ago wi...
    • The Pilgrimage (Al-Haj): 72
    • 72 Verse of the Week And when Our clear communications are recited to them, you will find denial on the faces of those who disbelive They almost spring upon those who recite to them Our Communications Say: Shall I i...
    • Margaret Mead
    • Gain a sense of continuity and of the possibility for a full life...
    • An old man's advice
    • One day, in the pride of youth, I had traveled hard and arrived perfectly exhausted in the evening at the foot of an acclivity. A weak old man, who had likewise been following the caravan, came and asked me why I was sl...
    • Romanian proverbs (3)
    • (3) Faptele grãiesc mai apãsat decât vorbele. Means: Actions speak louder than words. Deeds, not words. Unde vezi mãtãnii multe, departe, sã nu te muste. Means: Beads about the neck...
    • First Day of School
    • ool (A true story) On the way home from the first day of school, the father asked his son, "What did you do at school today?" The little boy shrugged his shoulders and said, "Nothing". Hoping to d...
    • The Forgiver (Ghaafir): 21
    • 21 Verse of the Week Have they not traveled in the earth and seen how was the end o those who were before them? Mightier that these were they n strength and in fortifications in the land but Allah destroyed them for t...
    • The memory of good the action
    • ion Hadith of the Week To gladden the heart of the weary, to remove the suffering of the afflicted, hath its own reward. In the day of trouble, the memory of the action cometh like a rush of the torrent, and taketh o...
    • The Forgiver (Ghaafir): 13-15
    • -15 *He it is Who shows you His signs and sends down for you sustenance from heaven and none minds but he who turns (to Him) again and again. *Therefore call upon Allah, being sincere to Him in obedience, though the ...
    • Blaise Pascal
    • In faith there is enough light for those who want to believe...
    • THE Sad Nettle and the Beautiful Butterfly
    • fly Jan Luthman It was one of those summery days when the air is heavy and warm and nobody wants to do very much. Jonathan and Robbit were resting on top of one of Moley's hummocks; relaxing and watching the rest of th...
    • Why become miser?
    • er? Hadith of the Week If the world is counted valuable; surely the house of God's rewards is higher and more worthy. If bodies were created for death; surely being killed with swords in the way of God is a more hon...
    • The Miracle Of Imam Hossein ( pbuh)
    • uh) When Imam Hosein (PBUH) was born, Allah sent down the angel Gabriel to congratulate the family. On the way down from the heavens angel Gabriel passed an island, on which the angel Fotros was sent to by Allah bec...
    • Mr. Wolf Makes a Failure
    • ure Joe Harris “I LAY yo’ ma got comp’ny,” said Uncle Remus, as the little boy entered the old man’s door with a huge piece of mince-pie in his hand, ’en ef she ain’t got comp’ny, den she done gone en drap de cubbe...
    • The Pilgrimage (Al-Haj): 5
    • : 5 Verse of the Week O people! If you are in doubt about the raising, then surely We created you from dust, then from a small seed, then from a clot, then from a lump of flesh, complete in make and incomplete, that ...
    • Hadi Vakili
    • After this incident (Gowharshad mosque uprising) a new era of harsh suppressions were began...
    • Romanian Proverbs (2)
    • (2) La mâncare sã ai cumpãtare si la bãuturã sã fii cu mãsurã. Means: Eat at pleasure, drink by measure. Prin depãrtare dragostea se uitã. Mea...
    • The Heroine of Karbala
    • ala Hadith of the Week After Karbala , it was the mighty daughter of Imam Ali (pbuh) who took charge of the caravan of the Ahlul-bayt. The suffering and tribulations intensified, and it was Lady Zaynab (pbuh) who to...
    • The Originator (Faatir): 29-30
    • 9-30 Verse of the Week *Surely they who recite the Book of Allah and keep up prayer and spend out of what He have given them secretly and openly, hope for a gain which will not perish *That he amy pay them b...
    • Romanian proverbs (1)
    • (1)   Fã-te frate cu dracu pânã treci puntea. means:Call the Bear 'uncle' till you are safe across the bridge. The Danger past and God forgotten. Faptele grãiesc mai apãsat decât vorbe...
    • Under the observation of God
    • God Hadith of the Week A man came to Imam (A.S.) and said, "Admonish me." He replied, "Oppose (disobey) the wishes of your heart because you are continuously under the observation of God." Imam ...
    • Imam Ali‘s Justness
    • ess From The Voice of Human Justice by George Jordac 1. One should not be surprised that Ali was just. It would have been a matter of surprise if he had not been just. The instances of his justice which have been nar...
    • Imam Jawad's (PBUH) Contact with the World of Unseen
    • 1. Following the martyrdom of Imam Reza (PBUH) eighty men of wisdom traveled to perform Hajj. On the way toMecca they arrived Medina and went to Imam Jawad's (PBUH) house to pay him a visit. Imam Jawad (PBUH) who was...
    • Imam Hadi's (PBUH) Judgment
    • In the age of Mutawakkil regime a lady claimed that she was Zaynab the daughter of Fatima. He said, "Many long years have passed since that period when Zaynab lived and you are quite young." She replied, &qu...
    • The Pilgrimage (Al Haj): 18
    • 18 Verse of the Week Do you not see that Allah is He, Whom obeys whoever is in the heavens and whoever is in the earth, and the sun and the moon and the trees, and the animals and many  of the people and many th...
    • Better than the good deed …
    • d … Imam Hadi Ali Naqi Better than the good deed is the one who performs it. And more beautiful than the beauty (of speech) is the speaker of it (decent words). And superior to the knowledge is its bearer and carrie...
    • Islamic Coins introduced by Imam Mohammad Baqir Order
    • der In the first century Hijrah the paper industry was monopolized by the Romans and when the Christians of Egypt learned from the Romans how to manufacture paper and they produced it they following suit of the Romans...
    • Araby
    • aby James Joyce North Richmond Street being blind was a quiet street except at the hour when the Christian Brothers’ School set the boys free. An uninhabited house of two storeys stood at the blind end, detached from i...
    • Gypsy Proverbs (2)
    • (2) We are all wanderers of this earth, our hearts are full of wonder and our souls are full of dreams. The dog that trots about finds a bone. Misfortune doesn't walk on the earth, but on top of people. He is born i...
    • The Gracious Infant
    • nt Fatima Zahra's birth The clear disagreement onFatima's birth date is surprising. Some scholars state that she was born five years after revelation; while others say that she was born two or three years before that; ...
    • The believers (Al-Muminoun): 1-5
    • 1-5 Verse of the Week *Successful indeed are the believers *Who are humble in their prayers *And who keep aloof from what is vain *And who are givers of poor-rate *And who guard their private parts ...
    • A Traveler's Story
    • A Syrian came toMedina. He saw a handsome man astride a good camel. Upon enquiry he learnt that it was Imam Hasan bin Ali (PBUH). The Syrian stepped forward in anger and said; "Are you the son of Ali bin Abi Talib?&...
    • Gypsy Proverbs
    • rbs A man must put grain in the ground before he can cut the harvest. Fair they go, and always their heels behind them.   You have to dig deep to bury your Daddy. Never eat at the table of a Priest.  The ...
    • HOW MR. RABBIT LOST HIS FINE BUSHY TAIL
    • AIL “One time,” said Uncle Remus, sighing heavily and settling himself back in his seat with an air of melancholy resiguation—“one time Brer Rabbit wuz gwine ’long down de road shakin’ his big bushy tail, en feelin’...
    • The Chambers (Al-H'ujuraat): 9
    • Verse of the Week And if two parties of the believers quarrel, make peace between them but of one of them acts wrongfully toward the other, fight that which acts rightfully until it returns to Allah's Command Then if ...
    • Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei
    • nei The Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran Quotation of the Week Islamic faith is the belief which is based on logic and reasoning and which ensures mankind's welfare and prosperity. ...