Friday, July 15, 2005


Ayahs of the Day:
Note how the hypocrites and those with sickness in their hearts say, "Their religion has deluded them." But for any who trusts in God, God is truly mighty wise. If only you could see when the angels take the souls of those who scoffed; they strike their faces and their backs--"Taste the torment of the blaze! "That is what your hands brought about; for God is not unjust to servants. [8: 49, 50, 51]

Hadith of the Day:
Whoever gives mischief to another Muslim has given mischief to me, and whoever has given mischief to me has given mischief to Allah. [al Tabrani]

Wise Quote of the Day:
Whoever is miserly with knowledge will be tried with one of three things: that they forget what they learned, or that they die without benefiting others, or that they lose their books. [Sufyan al Thawri radi Allah ahnu]

Guidance of the Day:
Communicating with one another on a heart-to-heart level is not as mysterious as it might seem. Nor is it necessarily intuitive or automatic. Whether we're aware of it or not, people constantly send one another signals that can reveal how they're feeling in the moment.

You can't not communicate. Whether you smile or maintain a blank face, look straight ahead or down at the ground, reach out and touch or hold back, you are communicating and others will attach meaning to that communication.

Through facial expression, tone of voice, gesture, word choice, and more, we're constantly revealing our true emotional experience to one another. The key is to become more observant and more aware of these signals in your own behavior and in the behavior of others. Once you do, you can use your awareness in a conscious way to improve your bidding process and form better emotional connections. [The Relationship Cure]

Wise Quote of the Day:
The dignity that we seek in dying must be found in the dignity with which we have lived our lives. The art of dying is the art of living. The honesty and the grace of the years of life that are ending is the real measure of how we die.

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