Thursday, December 3, 2009
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Monday, November 23, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
You ought to stop it all, before your turn too, arrives
Misinterpreting “Jihad” and giving it a wrong meaning
Spreading extremism and the youth you are misleading
You think you’ll get away with causing all the trouble?
Don’t be surprised when ultimately truth will burst your bubble
This world that you so dearly hold, is only an illusion
Your strife and toil to own it, is merely your delusion
You plan to wipe off other souls, by illicit tactics
You think you are supreme, thus carrying on with your tricks
The lust, the craze, to capture territories all around
Destroying the peace and harmony on this earth, on every ground
Have you ever asked yourself O terrorist, where you’ll end?
What will you be left with, only, right in the end?
Entangling different nations in wars with one another
Within a nation, training boys blow themselves up; with a thousand others
You think you’re so perfect and your plans are foolproof
That’s where you’re mistaken; from success you stand aloof
You cant live many a lifetimes, to enjoy what you make
Just think would you not age or die, would you not rot in your grave?
© Sobia Nosheen (21st November 2007)
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
"I challenge you to make your life a masterpiece. I challenge you to join the ranks of those people who live what they teach, who walk their talk."
— Tony Robbins
People are ever ready to judge you. Without monitoring, they evaluate you; but do they apply to themselves what they ask of you? How would you tell the men of merit from the ill mannered dogs?
Judging someone is not right, and passing your verdict on someone is not right. Whatever you give, is what you shall get in return.
Anyone speaking highly of you is actually representing himself and speaking of himself. Men of merit will always say good things about you, not on your face but behind your back. Positive speaking is a virtue, negative a vice.
Friday, November 13, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
I thought it was a shooting star, but it looked like a shuttle, yet, it headed toward the ground after travelling a parabolic trajectory for some time. That reminded me of "projectiles travelling along parabolic trajectories" and parabolic time-travel. If that were a jet or a plane, it wouldn't look like a shuttle, and wouldn't fall to the ground as it was. If that weren't a rocket fired, then was it "parabolic time-travel"?
Saturday, October 24, 2009
written by: Patricia Sawyer
Friday, October 23, 2009
The term "Taliban" used for the terrorists does not mean they are the "Taliban" of some religion or knowledge. From what we have seen so far, they appear to be the "Taliban" of "power". No religion on the face of this earth and to my knowledge suggests the killings of innocent unarmed people. The "Taliban" operating in Pakistan, therefore do not belong to any religious group or atleast to no religion known to be a religion. They have deviced their own religion and thus are following that.
We cannot blame these "Talibans" alone for their state of mind. They are a derailed group of individuals, who seek power, but they are hired and backed by yet bigger power-seekers. The real terrorists are the backbone of these "Talibans" who play in the front line. The Taliban themselves do not know who their sponsor is.
Think of how they would've been motivated in the first place, to have started against an unarmed people, claiming they follow the same religion. They for sure do not follow the same religion.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Friday, October 9, 2009
Just a little something I recorded on the cell phone, and added those wall papers to it. It's recorded with an embedded mic, and a lot of noise. I was short of breath ! It's probably one of those songs, where you have to sing without pausing for breath.
So, whose voice is heavier, mine or Darren Hayes's? ;)
Bring 'em on ! :D
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
From, my 2nd book, "The Blue"
You need to keep a balanced diet schedule, with your exercise; otherwise, it would not be much effective. Exercise makes your blood circulate faster, so your body needs more oxygen and your metabolic rate increases. Your body starts burning fat.
You should drink lots of water, at least 3 liters a day and eat a little of everything everyday.
Water is good for your skin too, and it helps you in digesting whatever you eat. Above all, the more you drink water, the less you’ll feel hungry. So eat little and healthy.
You should include fruit in your diet on daily basis. Bananas, mangoes, cantaloupes, apples, and melons are all fat burning food. Even onions and green chili help you burn fat.
If you want to lose fat, you’ll have to reduce sugar and salt intake. You should divide your meals into smaller parts and take little amounts after every four hours.
Also take some snacks between these meals, but make sure you don’t take cookies, or french fries as snacks.
If it is weight you want to lose, you can do it, just be persistent and work toward your goal. There are no short cuts to it, unless you want to go for liposuction.
If you are underweight or skinny, include meat and milk on regular basis in your diet, and exercise regularly. Remember, slow and steady wins the race.
Any kind of exercise that you enjoy can help. Any sport that you like playing, at home or outdoor, for instance badminton, table tennis, football, cricket, skipping a rope, or any other activity on a regular basis can be a good exercise for you.
You can begin by standing straight, with your hands by your side. Then bend forward and try touching your feet with your hands. Don’t force bending your body, but bend as much as possible for you. Repeat it 10 times, and then again after an interval of one minute, repeat another 10 times. If each set makes a 10 for you, then you should do 3-4 sets the first day, and then gradually increase the number of sets per day.
You can do a few more exercises, just remember, when your body gets tired, you get a good night’s sleep, you lose fat, and your blood circulation is regulated. Overall, you will feel great about yourself.
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Moreover, let me correct those who think these so-called talibans are Pashtoons. They are not even near to being "Pashtoons". They are not even "muslims". Inorder to be a Pashtoon, you have got to be a muslim first. That is the first rule of "Pashtoonism". The second rule is, that, you have got be more giving, generous and above these shallow acts of spreading chaos and hitting or striking. A Pashtoon never stabs in the back, and never attacks from behind. Pashtoons are lions, they are not foxes or rats like these multi-national terrorists.
I hope my brothers and sisters of Peshawar out there would keep their morale high.
Yeah, never lose the moral high ground !
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
When you confine yourself to one place, be it for a few minutes, or for hours or be it days, and with all your concentration, offer your salāt, and perform zikr/dhikr. It will benefit you, in many ways. It will connect you, to your inner self and to Allah. Distractions and preoccupations corrupts the heart. These moments of solitude help you find and rediscover yourself.
The Prophet (PBUH) said, “In the body there is an organ which if it is sound, the entire body will be sound, and if it is corrupt, the entire body will be corrupt. That organ is the heart.” (Al-Bukhaari and Muslim)