Why do humans always find pleasure in seeking the extreme in most aspects? Why can’t they be contented within the safe zone or living in balance? I too, am guilty of seeking the top notch thrill in some that I do. I suppose this turns back to dualism theory. Positive/negative, for/against, up/down, left/right, man/woman, win/loss and extending to humans brain/heart, intellect/mind. We always think in terms of 2 possible outcomes. Typically either our mind takes one position and brain says reverse. We decide in favor of one or the other, close the matter.
“Keep It Simple,” is an often heard phrase in our daily lives. Seldom does one realize that this 6 lettered word contains a lot of weight. Simplicity may sound like a narrow standard, as simple as it may be to spell and pronounce, but opting the ‘simple method’ can hoard us from a lot of tricky situations. But as human beings, we just have this innate ability to ramp up everything to the next level.
For some of us Facebook is the source of information, a dating site or an ego stroking medium. After years of being our default homepage, we can now see a pattern when it comes to the types of people on Facebook and personalities taking the centre stage on this platform. What type of people have we befriended? Which one of those personalities are you?
To me, he is Rilube.
Ahmed Rilwan Abdulla, also known as Moyameehaa is a son, brother, uncle, friend, a journalist, a writer, an artist, a poet and a strong advocate of human rights who has been missing since 8th August 2014.
All eyes were on Brazil as one of the most heated sporting events in the world was kicked off last month. Full of breathtaking athleticism and tooth and nail competition, the stadium was jammed with spectators. However, most of us had our eye on something other than the ball. Women and men were glued to their screens during world cup matches, but their eyes were not focused just on the scoreboard.
Feel how the planet becomes one. Beats like a drum to the same rhythm. Hear the whistle, kick the ball. The entire world soars like an eagle! ♪
A crescent moon can be seen at sunset, marking the beginning of the Islamic month of RAMADAN.
Ramadan is the month of food worship where Muslims all over the world abstain from food, drink, and other physical needs during the daylight hours. This will help you to purify the soul, refocus attention on Allah, and practice self-sacrifice.
Here are a few tips on how to welcome the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar.