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In the name of Allah, the merciful, the beneficent.

All good things come from God who blesses me in spite of my humanity. God made me the man that I am and knows that I will, with all my heart and soul, be and do what I need to do in order to be who God wants me to be, a grain of sand I take my stand, I am planted by the water. 1,176 more words


The Waking Dream

We grasp
This cannot go…”

Yet every moment
Comes & Goes
Seasons change
The world turns
Days are born & die
Everything… 96 more words



In the name of Allah, the merciful, the beneficent.

It’s not fair, Lord. I want to praise you and thank you for the joy and ecstasy I feel when I come. 1,151 more words


A Bad Teaching Day

Yesterday, I had a bad teaching day.

First, I was scattered and disorganized in my Twentieth Century Philosophy class; I repeated a great deal of material we had already covered; I offered only superficial explanations of some important portions of the assigned reading; I did not answer questions from students satisfactorily. 533 more words


The Broom of the System, David Foster Wallace

There are beginning sentences in the history of literature remembered by everybody: “Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice.” 1,356 more words


The Hebrew Bible And Jews In Modern Linguistics

From http://www.jinfo.org/Linguists.html



 Genesis 2:19 is recorded as the first exercise of human free will, thereby linking the human linguistic and moral faculties.   779 more words


In the name of Allah, the merciful, the beneficent.

Five, the first finally, finally a conclusion, the classical five act dramatic structure, the yin that with yang will Tao the ten. 1,070 more words