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Answer Evil With Good -Mansurul Hasib

You will find some people abusing you, Around us, it’s likely nothing new. Never ever hurt them in reply, Will get no goodness, you can apply. Let them do the worst as they can, You afford to forgive all as a human. Tell some hearty sweet words in answer, They...

Revolving Armistice -MSF Sadib

From a little girl up to her maternal years, Sanisa has made so many armistices with her mind along with the people around her that it had come to the point to let her existence tossed around, budding dreams hanged and shattered like withered petals in late fall. There has...

Get Your Daily Work Done The Less Stressful Ways

“Tell me to what you pay attention and I will tell you who you are.” – Jose Ortega y Gasset “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle It is early morning. You’ve had your breakfast and done your morning routine....

A letter to Macron -Motiur Rahman

Honourable president, May peace be on you.Though you are malicious to Islam and its followers,i pray that all your misconceptions about Islam be removed. You hurt us when you criticized islam.Okay, i agree that the person who decapitated a teacher of your country for showing the caricatures of our beloved...

Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi The Great Spiritual Master and Poetical Intellect -Mahmudul Hasan Jobayer

Maulana Jalal Uddin Rumi was a great medieval Muslim philosopher, poet, dervish, theologian and Sufi mystic. He described the spiritual world with the language of insight in his poetry. Rumi’s poems have achieved extensive popularity throughout the world, especially among the Iranians, Turks, Tajiks, Greeks and Pashtuns. His spiritual works...

Ordinary paper turns into flexible human-powered keypad

Smartphones, tablets, fitness trackers, headphones. Most of the electronic devices we use today are made of rigid metal, plastic and glass. But electronics don’t have to be, says Marina Sala de Medeiros. Consider her team’s new electronic keypad. It has no batteries. The user’s touch gives it all the power...

Can we taste fat? The brain thinks so

Most foods we eat are an explosion of flavor. But the tongue itself only detects a few major tastes — sweet, salt, sour, bitter and umami (that’s savory). Notice anything missing? Where is the taste for fat? It’s much of what makes butter and cream so delicious. A new study now confirms...

My Journey to Islam -Erin Fannoun

My intention in writing my story is that for Allah’s sake, I may help someone who is searching for the Truth, to realize that they have found it in Islam. I began writing this on Easter Sunday, kind of appropriate, I think. I have been Muslim now for seven years,...

The Deadly Viruses That Vanished Without Trace

It was the year 1002. The English king Ethelred II – not-so-fondly remembered as “Æthelred the unready” – was at war. For over a century, Viking armies had been scoping out the land as a potential new home, under the command of leaders with well-groomed facial hair and evocative names, such as...

Uru Life by the Lake Titicaca -Fahmida Mehreen

This big wide world houses many types of people. Not everyone looks the same, speaks the same language, eats the same food, or does the same thing. In short, there are different groups of people living across the world. Now, differences can be a result of different nationality, religion, ethnicity,...

Lead Poem

Emily Dickinson Dare You See A Soul Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat? Then crouch within the door — Red — is the Fire’s common tint — But when the vivid Ore Has vanquished Flame’s conditions, It quivers from the Forge Without a color, but the light...

Lead Poem

Jalaluddin Rumi The World This World Which Is Made of Our Love for Emptiness Praise to the emptiness that blanks out existence. Existence: This place made from our love for that emptiness! Yet somehow comes emptiness, this existence goes. Praise to that happening, over and over! For years I pulled...