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Doctor Panelbeater

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Tuesday, 04 September 2012 07:13

Imagine that one day a panel beater wakes up in the morning and he thinks to himself: “My entire life I have been working on car bodies, it is time I start working on human bodies.”  Acting on this thought of his, he opens a little surgery next to his workshop, where he boldly carries out open-heart surgery. And how does he do it? He simply places the patient on the workshop bench and next to him is the medical textbook lying open. He reads the first line, “cut there!” So he goes over to the patient’s chest and he cuts there. Then he reads the next instruction, “Put your hand in and take it out!” So he puts his hands in, but instead of taking out the heart, he pulls out the liver.

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Cake Pops

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Thursday, 30 August 2012 06:58

Ingredients:

1 chocolate cake

1 bottle nutella

2 slabs of dairy milk chocolate

Beads of your choice for decorating

Lollipop sticks or wooden sticks

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Madeenah Munawwarah (mp3)

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Wednesday, 29 August 2012 07:56

Virtues & Etiquettes by: Moulana Ismail Husain

Ahaadeeth regarding the virtues of Madeenah Munawwarah / Arabic poetry on the beauty of the surroundings of Madeenah Munawwarah / What to do before going to Madeenah Munawwarah? / The journey to Madeenah Munawwarah / How to spend ones time in Madeenah Munawwarah? etc

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Visiting the Raudha Mubarak by: Moulana Ahmad Paruk

Virtues of visiting the Raudha Mubarak / Intention of visiting / Physical and mental preparation / Proceeding to the Raudha Mubarak / Simple manner of offering Salaam, etc

Places of Significance by: Moulana Ebrahim Salajee

Entire Madeenah Munawwarah is Significant / Garden of Jannah / Baqee / Musjid-e-Quba / Mount Uhud

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A Casual Chat

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Tuesday, 28 August 2012 15:41

There was a woman by the name of Hind al-Khus al-Iyadiyyah. She was one of the wealthy women in the pre Islamic times, well known for her intelligence, wit, eloquence and words of wisdom. Inspite of being a woman of position and honour amongst her people, she committed adultery with her slave boy. People asked her: “Of all people, what made you commit adultery with your slave boy whereas you are a leading woman of your tribe? Why not with a free person instead?” So she replied: “The factors which prompted me to commit adultery and that too with a slave, were two. One was that we had easy accessibility to each other due to living in the same place, and the second factor was long chats.” (Risaalatul Mustarshideen – Pg: 177)

Lesson: Being in privacy with strange men or casually chatting with them may eventually lead one to falling into the most despicable of actions and thereby bringing her perpetual disgrace. These two factors are the highly inflammable ingredients that cause explosion and destruction.

 

Social Media

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Tuesday, 28 August 2012 15:13

More addictive than alcohol and cigarettes! This is the conclusion of a study conducted in Germany with regard to the effects of social media such as Facebook, Twitter and other such platforms. Describing this addiction, The Elon Journal of Undergraduate Research in Communications, vol. 2, no.1 states: “This generation has made social media their top priority and continues to need more usage in order to feel satisfied.”

Instant Gratification

The internet and social media outlets have “reprogrammed” the way millions of people think and how they conduct themselves. This is, as some researchers describe it, due to “this interactive world’s power to alter the tangible world.” Indeed it has “altered” many things. According to another study, “some behaviour consequences of the new digital brain is hyperactivity, inattention, depression and multitasking mania.” The study further states: “All this access and vast selection is causing some entertainment seekers brain to develop the constant need for instant gratification with a loss of patience.” Companies are also taking note of the negative impact on productivity as a result of people constantly fiddling with their phones during work time. As one director put it: “We're clearly seeing what psychologists call 'online compulsive disorder' spill over from our personal lives to the work environment."

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