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On the Pulse of Morning -Maya Angelou

A Rock, A River, A Tree Hosts to species long since departed, Marked the mastodon, The dinosaur, who left dried tokens Of their sojourn here On our planet floor, Any broad alarm of their hastening doom Is lost in the gloom of dust and ages. But today, the Rock cries...

Be Lost in the Call -Jalaluddin Rumi

O you who’ve gone on pilgrimage – where are you, where, oh where? Here, here is the Beloved! Oh come now, come, oh come! Your friend, he is your neighbor, he is next to your wall – You, erring in the desert – what air of love is this? If...

Editorial

Dear readers Assalamu alaikum. Hope you are keeping well, creating a citadel of citrus fruits so that you can fend of coronavirus or Covid-19 that started in Bangladesh on March 8. As the world has seen the trail of devastation and the death toll has crossed 1.1 million across the...

In the light of the Holy Hadith

Only Through Goodness We Can Prevent Evil “Goodness is what gives your heart peace and your conscience comfort. Evil is what gives your heart unrest and your conscience worry and doubt, even if other people approve of it.” (Ibn Hanbal, IV, Hadith No: 227) Dear Brothers and Sisters! Wabsa bin...

The Essence of the Holy Qur’an

5 Step Formula For Success Surely humanity is in grave loss, except those who have faith, do good, and urge each other to the truth, and urge each other to perseverance. (Surah Al-Asr, Verse: 2,3) Dear Brothers and Sisters! There is a Surah in the Holy Quran, which is short...

A New Island Of Hope

Scattered across the Arabian Sea, south-west of Sri Lanka and India, the Maldives present the face of a dreamy, tropical idyll to travellers from all over the world, who fly in to savour picture-perfect coral atolls fringed with white sand, luxurious resorts and world-class water sport. But perhaps no other...

Small Ways to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

“Get out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.” – Brian Tracy I’m a big fan of doing the unusual thing. Sometimes in big ways. Often in small and daily ways to mix things up....

The Birds Who Catch Pirates On The High Seas

Wandering albatrosses have long been considered exceptional creatures. They can fly 8.5 million kilometres (5.2 million miles) during their lifetimes – the equivalent of flying to the Moon and back more than 10 times. Their 3.5m wingspan is the same length as a small car and they can weigh as...

A Solo Exhibition By Jorge Tacla

Sabrina Amrani is pleased to present Señal de Abandono, the first solo exhibition by Jorge Tacla in the gallery, as part of Apertura Gallery Weekend. Like much of Jorge Tacla’s work, his paintings represent a space of social rupture. These works situate themselves in the joints of a new architecture...

Remember Kazi Falguni Eshita

Dear Girl, remember you’re pretty Even on your darkest days Remember, not to break down No matter what the world says. Dear girl, remember you’re bright, Even when the world fades away, Remember, to stand up for yourself No matter what others say. Dear girl, always remain strong Pick the...

Infant Reminiscences Sayem Farhad

Now I cannot back to go my infant position, While I was fond of everyone. And knowing that won’t to go, But my heart want to go. Whence grew up affectionately, Recently I am moving freely. Love admiration and appreciation, All thing touched me till youth. Everyone hymns for it...

The Safest Ways to Log In to Your Computer

WHETHER YOUR COMPUTER runs Windows, macOS, or Chrome OS, you have options for how you log in. And your choice doesn’t only affect how convenient it is for you to get into your laptop or desktop; it also affects how easily someone else can gain access. These are the different login options that...

How To Study Smarter, Not Longer

As a teen, Faria Sana often highlighted books with markers. “The colors were supposed to tell me different things.” Later, she recalls, “I had no idea what those highlighted texts were supposed to mean.” She also took lots of notes as she read. But often she was “just copying words...

The origin of north korea’s ghost boats

For years, no one knew why dozens of battered wooden “ghost boats” – often along with corpses of North Korean fishermen whose starved bodies were reduced to skeletons – were routinely washing ashore along the coast of Japan. A recent investigation I did for NBC News, based on new satellite data, has...

Diets that keep infectious diseases at bay Zayed Shahnewaz

Even the doctors, whose medical education is highly focused on medicine, despicably depended upon the diets during a surprise international health crisis like coronavirus and ended up being a staunch believer in age-old proverb ‘diet cures more than the doctor’. The coronavirus crippled the planet exposing that the humanity is...

Emily Dickinson It Was Not Death

Emily Dickinson It Was Not Death

It was not death, for I stood up, And all the dead lie down. It was not night, for all the bells Put out their tongues for noon. It was not frost, for on my flesh I felt siroccos crawl, Nor fire, for just my marble feet Could keep a...

Sir Muhammad Iqbal The Bird’s Complaint

Sir Muhammad Iqbal The Bird’s Complaint

I am constantly reminded of the bygone times Those garden’s springs, those chorus of chimes Gone are the freedoms of our own nests Where we could come and go at our own pleasure My heart aches the moment I think Of the buds’ smile at the dew’s tears That beautiful...