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  • 19th April
    2014
  • 19
In a marriage, one should forget about falling in love. Falling is never a good thing. Love as we know it (from our romantic notions) is simply another word for physical attraction. It lasts usually for a couple of years and then starts to decrease. Since you want your marriage to last a lot longer than that, it is a good idea to focus on respect which will grow into love. Not falling into but growing into. What does that mean? It means that 25 years after you have been married every time you look at your spouse you fall in love all over again. Growing in love means evolving a common language of looks, signals and words that only you two can understand. It is almost magical to see it work. I wish it for all those who read this. That is heaven on earth. So it is respect, honor and dignity that result in love. This love is where your spouse will stand up for you and defend you, never laugh at you in public, be considerate of your faults and hide them and be focused on the many good things that you bring to the marriage. This love means that she/he will not complain about the difficulties that may happen along the way but will work with you to overcome them and stand in the night and cry before Allah and ask for His intervention. This is the person who will never leave your side as long as you live and will pray for your forgiveness when you are gone. In my experience this is the only person who you can rely on to do it, for all others will forget after a while.
  • 19th April
    2014
  • 19
  • 19th April
    2014
  • 19

umaymen:

  • Indeed, my Lord is Merciful and Affectionate.
  • Indeed, my Lord is Forgiving and Merciful.
  • Indeed, my Lord is the Hearer of supplication.
  • Indeed, my Lord is near and responsive.

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  • 18th April
    2014
  • 18

Urgent security update

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Bad news: A major vulnerability has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr. Our team took immediate action to fix the issue, but you should still take some time to change your password, not only here but on any other sites you visit. 

You should also strongly consider enabling two-factor authentication. It’ll go a long way to ensure that no one besides you can access your account. Thanks, and take care.

damn! i can’t refresh dashbord from my hempongg… aahhh!! help ».« *meydemeydey errrr

  • 9th April
    2014
  • 09
Life’s like one big book so take your time to understand it because every chapter has many meanings and lessons to be learned. #viatumblr

Life’s like one big book so take your time to understand it because every chapter has many meanings and lessons to be learned. #viatumblr

  • 9th April
    2014
  • 09
  • 9th April
    2014
  • 09

understanding of the character of a person when it will be learned for life after marriage, that it is not about how a person is ‘fit with you’ but about how to complement each other, support, accept any deficiency and excess. ‘cause of the essence of marriage is forever not only in the world but also in the hereafter. marriage is a new beginning to continue to learn to understand each other :)

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  • 9th April
    2014
  • 09
biomedicalephemera:

The relation between the pelvis and the pelvic organs of the female
With so many sex ed textbooks and encyclopedias giving the standard “vertical cross section” view of the pelvis, or showing the organs without any context, it can be difficult to see in the mind exactly where everything lays.
In this diagram, "P" indicates the part of the sacrum that is both at its top, and farthest “forward” in the body. Below that point, it curves backwards. "S" is the pubic symphysis, which is the joint that brings together the two sides of the pelvis. It’s largely immobile, but very slightly stretchable with trauma or childbirth. "F" is the fundus of the uterus - a fundus is the part of a hollow organ that is farthest from its opening. "O" is the ovary, embraced (but not touched) by the fallopian tubes."R" is the rectum, the lowest section of the intestine, which travels behind the reproductive organs."B" is the bladder, which lays in front of the reproductive organs.
There are two primary parts to the pelvis: the pelvic spine, which includes the sacrum and coccyx; and the pelvic girdle, which is probably what you associate with “pelvis” - this is the two “pelvic bones”, the hip bones or coxal bones. 
As children, we have six hip bones - three on each side. The ilium (the big “wing” part, where the abdominal muscles attach), the pubis (that upper part of the “eyes” in the pelvis), and the ischium (the lower bit of the “eyes”, the “sit bone”). By age 25, all three sections have fused together, leaving us with just two hip bones.
An American Text-Book of Obstetrics for Practitioners and Students. Edited by Richard C. Norris, 1895.

biomedicalephemera:

The relation between the pelvis and the pelvic organs of the female

With so many sex ed textbooks and encyclopedias giving the standard “vertical cross section” view of the pelvis, or showing the organs without any context, it can be difficult to see in the mind exactly where everything lays.

In this diagram, "P" indicates the part of the sacrum that is both at its top, and farthest “forward” in the body. Below that point, it curves backwards.
"S" is the pubic symphysis, which is the joint that brings together the two sides of the pelvis. It’s largely immobile, but very slightly stretchable with trauma or childbirth.
"F" is the fundus of the uterus - a fundus is the part of a hollow organ that is farthest from its opening.
"O" is the ovary, embraced (but not touched) by the fallopian tubes.
"R" is the rectum, the lowest section of the intestine, which travels behind the reproductive organs.
"B" is the bladder, which lays in front of the reproductive organs.

There are two primary parts to the pelvis: the pelvic spine, which includes the sacrum and coccyx; and the pelvic girdle, which is probably what you associate with “pelvis” - this is the two “pelvic bones”, the hip bones or coxal bones.

As children, we have six hip bones - three on each side. The ilium (the big “wing” part, where the abdominal muscles attach), the pubis (that upper part of the “eyes” in the pelvis), and the ischium (the lower bit of the “eyes”, the “sit bone”). By age 25, all three sections have fused together, leaving us with just two hip bones.

An American Text-Book of Obstetrics for Practitioners and Students. Edited by Richard C. Norris, 1895.

  • 8th April
    2014
  • 08

The reward for keeping a promise and the gravity of breaking it

Praise be to Allaah.

Firstly: 

The verses of the Holy Qur’aan and the hadeeths of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) indicate that fulfilling promises and covenants is obligatory, and they point to abhorrence of the sin of the one who breaks them or fails to fulfil them. Failing to fulfil them may go so far as to constitute kufr, as happened to the Children of Israel and others when they broke the covenant with their Lord and abandoned their pledge to Allah to believe in Him and follow His Messengers. Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And fulfil (every) covenant. Verily! the covenant, will be questioned about”

[al-Isra’ 17:34]

“and fulfill the Covenant of Allâh”

[al-An ‘am 6:152] 

And He says, praising His believing slaves (interpretation of the meaning):

“Those who fulfil the Covenant of Allâh and break not the Mîthâq (bond, treaty, covenant)”

[al-Ra ‘d 13:20]

Many texts of the Qur’aan and Sunnah clearly indicate that it is obligatory to fulfil promises and covenants, and it is haraam to break them and act in a treacherous manner. All the verses that mention promises and covenants indicate that both explicitly and implicitly. 

The practice of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) and his Companions is the clearest testimony to that and application thereof. 

Secondly: 

Allah has decreed for fulfilling promises great benefits in this world and in the Hereafter, in addition to the obvious benefits of creating a righteous and stable society. Among these benefits are the following:

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Fulfilling promises is one of the attributes of the pious according to the Book of Allah, and it one of the greatest means of attaining taqwa (piety, consciousness of Allah). Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“Yes, whoever fulfils his pledge and fears Allâh much; verily, then Allâh loves those who are Al-Muttaqûn (the pious)”

[Aal ‘Imraan 3:76]

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Fulfilling promises is a means of attaining security in this world and preventing bloodshed, and of protecting the rights of people, both Muslims and kaafirs, as Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“but if they seek your help in religion, it is your duty to help them except against a people with whom you have a treaty of mutual alliance, and Allâh is the All-Seer of what you do”

[al-Anfaal 8:72]

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It is a means of expiating bad deeds and gaining admittance to Paradise, as we see in the words of Allah in Soorat al-Baqarah (interpretation of the meaning):

“and fulfill (your obligations to) My Covenant (with you) so that I fulfill (My Obligations to) your covenant (with Me)”

[al-Baqarah 2:40].

Ibn Jareer said: His covenant with them is that if they do that, He will admit them to Paradise. End quote. 

In Soorat al-Maa’idah, Allah, may He be glorified, states that He took a covenant from Bani Israa’eel, then He explained that covenant and stated the reward for fulfilling it, as He says (interpretation of the meaning):

“Verily, I will expiate your sins and admit you to Gardens under which rivers flow (in Paradise)”

[al-Maa’idah 5:12].

And there are other reports which are clear to anyone who ponders the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him), both his words and actions. 

There are many verses and hadeeths about this topic; we advise you to refer to the books Riyadh al-Saaliheen by Imam al-Nawawi (may Allah have mercy on him), and al-Targheeb wal Tarheeb by Imam al-Mundhiri (may Allah have mercy on him). 

Thirdly: 

Betrayal or treachery is the opposite of trustworthiness and loyalty. If trustworthiness and loyalty are the qualities of faith and piety, then betrayal and treachery are the qualities of hypocrisy and evil —Allah forbid. 

It was narrated that ‘Abd-Allah ibn Amr (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “There are four characteristics, whoever has them all is a pure hypocrite: when he speaks he lies, when he makes a promise he breaks it, when he makes a covenant he betrays it, and when he disputes he resorts to obscene speech. Whoever has one of them has one of the characteristics of hypocrisy, until he gives it up.” 

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 3178; Muslim, 58. 

It was narrated that ‘Ali ibn Abi Taalib (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever breaks the covenant of a Muslim, upon him be the curse of Allah, the angels and all the people, and Allah will not accept any obligatory or naafil act of worship from him.” 

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 1870; Muslim, 1370. 

It was narrated from ‘Abd-Allah ibn ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said:

“Allaah will set up a banner for the betrayer on the Day of Resurrection, and it will be said: This is the betrayer of So and so.”

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6178; Muslim, 1735. 

We ask Allah to make us among those who fulfil promises and covenants and to grant us refuge from treachery and breaking of promises, and to help us to do good in word and deed… Praise be to Allah the Lord of the Worlds. 

See: al-‘Ahd wal Mithaaq fil Qur’an al-Kareem by Prof. Dr. Naasir Sulaymaan al-‘Umar.

  • 7th April
    2014
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  • 7th April
    2014
  • 07
islamicgirl:

Ya Allah make me stronger! My heart is weak when it comes to worldly things and my soul are quickly influenced by everything around it. I earn for You my Rabb. You alone can lead me to the light. Only You can make me satisfied and happy. I beg only for Your Love, because I know the love of wordly things can fade in a blink of an eye. But Your Love is different. It is beautiful and unique and everlasting. I sin daily with the blessings I have been blessed with. But human are created weak - all I can do is to try my best to please You. Because in the end my heart and soul belongs only to You.❤️
May we try our best to work with ourselves, inshaAllah.
Shaikh ’Uthaimeen, may Allaah have mercy on him, said, “Be aware of the fact that when you ask Allaah you are a winner in every situation, because He سبحانه will either give you what you ask for or divert an evil which is greater [than what you asked for] away from you or He will store it away for you as reward on the Day of Resurrection. So whoever supplicates to Allaah then he will not be let down—so supplicate to Him a great deal, and seek forgiveness and turn in repentance to Him a great deal.”
[Sharh Riyadis-Saalihin, vol. 6, p. 52.]

islamicgirl:

Ya Allah make me stronger! My heart is weak when it comes to worldly things and my soul are quickly influenced by everything around it. I earn for You my Rabb. You alone can lead me to the light. Only You can make me satisfied and happy. I beg only for Your Love, because I know the love of wordly things can fade in a blink of an eye. But Your Love is different. It is beautiful and unique and everlasting. I sin daily with the blessings I have been blessed with. But human are created weak - all I can do is to try my best to please You. Because in the end my heart and soul belongs only to You.❤️

May we try our best to work with ourselves, inshaAllah.

Shaikh ’Uthaimeen, may Allaah have mercy on him, said, “Be aware of the fact that when you ask Allaah you are a winner in every situation, because He سبحانه will either give you what you ask for or divert an evil which is greater [than what you asked for] away from you or He will store it away for you as reward on the Day of Resurrection. So whoever supplicates to Allaah then he will not be let down—so supplicate to Him a great deal, and seek forgiveness and turn in repentance to Him a great deal.”

[Sharh Riyadis-Saalihin, vol. 6, p. 52.]

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  • 6th April
    2014
  • 06

scienceyoucanlove:

Sacred lotus genome sequence enlightens scientists

Diana Yates, Life Sciences Editor

Now researchers report in the journal Genome Biology that they have sequenced the lotus genome, and the results offer insight into the heart of some of its mysteries. The sequence reveals that of all the plants sequenced so far – and there are dozens – sacred lotus bears the closest resemblance to the ancestor of all eudicots, a broad category of flowering plants that includes apple, cabbage, cactus, coffee, cotton, grape, melon, peanut, poplar, soybean, sunflower, tobacco and tomato.

The plant lineage that includes the sacred lotus forms a separate branch of the eudicot family tree, and so lacks a signature triplication of the genome seen in most other members of this family, said University of Illinois plant biology and Institute for Genomic Biology professor Ray Ming, who led the analysis with Jane Shen-Miller, a plant and biology professor at the University of California at Los Angeles (who germinated a 1,300-year-old sacred lotus seed); and Shaohua Li, the director of the Wuhan Botanical Garden at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

“Whole-genome duplications – the doubling, tripling (or more) of an organism’s entire genetic endowment – are important events in plant evolution,” Ming said. Some of the duplicated genes retain their original structure and function, and so produce more of a given gene product – a protein, for example, he said. Some gradually adapt new forms to take on new functions. If those changes are beneficial, the genes persist; if they’re harmful, they disappear from the genome.

Many agricultural crops benefit from genome duplications, including banana, papaya, strawberry, sugarcane, watermelon and wheat, said Robert VanBuren, a graduate student in Ming’s lab and collaborator on the study. 

Although it lacks the 100 million-year-old triplication of its genome seen in most other eudicots, sacred lotus experienced a separate, whole-genome duplication about 65 million years ago, the researchers found. A large proportion of the duplicated genes (about 40 percent) have been retained, they report.

“A neat thing about the duplication is that we can look at the genes that were retained and see if they are in specific pathways,” VanBuren said. The researchers found evidence that duplicated genes related to wax formation (which allows the plant to repel water and remain clean) and survival in a mineral-starved watery habitat were retained, for example.

By looking at changes in the duplicated genes, the researchers found that lotus has a slow mutation rate relative to other plants, Ming said.

These traits make lotus an ideal reference plant for the study of other eudicots, the researchers said.

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  • 6th April
    2014
  • 06
  • 5th April
    2014
  • 05

Shaytaan the devil making you stay up all night so you can miss morning prayer.

What does this mean? I mean let’s be real we as young ones we love to stay up all night, watching movies, or eating at night time, eating whatever we like till we feel full, staying up all night till we fall into sleep, but Subhan’Allah many of us (including myself) we never think how this situation could affect us in morning and missing salah to Fajr the most important salah of all others salah Subhan’Allah, we never think how this situation could affect us staying up all night doing nothing and then missing your salah, and Subhan’Allah the more you do it , the more you think its ok and it’s nothing and we never think how this situation could affects us in our old age why? Because the more you miss salah Fajr cause of staying all night doing nothing, the more you find as if it is nothing important, or more likely, you will up doing it in your old age, cause you used to it in your youth.

Ask Yourself: Why is it easy for you to wake for salah to Fajr when going to school/work etc, but as soon your school close and when it comes to half-term or etc, why is it hard for you to wake for salah to Fajr during the half-term, and sleep the all night, and wake up for Fajr and pray Fajr whenever you feel like it?

A Note To Yourself: Try to train yourself to not eat too much during night time, cause that way you’ll end missing your salah Fajr, and Try to train yourself to sleep early and so that way you don’t feel lazy nor tired to pray in morning which is salahu Fajr In Shaa’Allah!

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  • 5th April
    2014
  • 05

inget ya rind.. apapun hasilnya nanti.. apapun yang ada di ujung jalan nanti, itulah yang terbaik dari Alloh SWT buat kamu :) kalopun itu bukan terbaik buat kamu paling gk km sudah belajar bwt ikhlas.. membiarkan org lain mendapatkan yg terbaik :) tidak semua yang kamu inginkan harus kamu dapatkan.. tidak semua yang menurut kamu itu terbaik, terbaik juga di mata Alloh. inget Alloh knows besd for you, and you not! semua udah di raancang rapi, semua sudah ada alur ceritanya,tinggal kamu yang menjalani hidup ini sebaik-baik mungkin. Alloh selalu memberi petunjuk arah, jika kamu cermat kamu akan selamat jika kamu terbuai sama fatamorgana dunia kamu akan tersesat.. siapapun yang Alloh pilihkan yang akan menjadi jodohmu kelak. itulah yang terbaik.. perbaiki diri dulu sekali lagi perbaiki diri dulu jika kamu benar-benar ingin mendapatkan reward terbaik dari Alloh :) :)