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Coming back to life?

Monday, May 28, 2007 by Talha Masood

Yesterday was an interesting day in my life.

After a long time, I took a detailed walk in my sector.

And in the midst of it, offered Maghrib prayers in Faisal Mosque.

If you have ever been at Faisal Mosque, you must agree with me that the greatest experience there is to offer Maghrib prayers. Because when nature is turning off its lights, the Mosque is turning on itsbeautifully and most aesthetically placed lights.

And it could not be a mere coincidence when the Imam recites: "Fabi ayi ala ir Rabiku ma tukaziban"!

Reminds me of Hazrat Ali RA quote: "When I want to talk with Allah SWT, I pray. When I want Him to talk to me, I recite Quran"

Ah, He surely has his ways to tell us that He knows us better than ourselves!

O God, bless us!!![Amen]


Monday, May 14, 2007 by Talha Masood

Electricity can do and is doing wonders in our daily lives. But when out of control, it can do massive bad to anything around. But there is this one sink that can absorb any amount of shocking current.


Maybe that's why we call her Mother Earth.

Although I don't believe in any one day being dedicated to Mothers and Fathers, but yesterday was the Mothers day I think.

And if I tell you the analogy that got me to realize - very minutely - what's the importance of Mothers, you'll probably get the shock of your life.

But anyways, that's not important anymore.


In white background, everything looks evil!

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