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Citizen of the Earth
I want you to lose your fear of yourself.
I want you to live more happily and more decently.
“Chulein Aasman” is a song about female emancipation, a song about freeing women from the roles that they have been coerced into playing for centuries. It highlights the importance of equal opportunity, possibilities and the impact it can have on women.
A nice composition, an answer from all Indian fems to all men.
All the best to Farhan and Salim, Suleman and Team for Mard campaign.
Now enjoy: The way I did---
My Big Mistakes Being A Power Users!
My wrong understanding in Power Users.
What Are Possible Solutions Of Child Abuse?
Perhaps Sir Edmund Hillary – the New Zealand mountaineer and explorer – said it best when he remarked, “It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.” No matter how daunting the task, pure human ambition has overcome unconquerable odds to subdue the tallest peaks in the world. If mountains are the “stairway to god’s heart”, we have no doubt stood beside him as equals. The following photoset celebrates the beauty witnessed along the way.
First climbed in 1961 by the team of Mike Gill, Barry Bishop, Mike Ward, and Wally Romanes, Ama Dablam is a mountain in the Himalaya range of eastern Nepal. Literally meaning ‘Mother and Pearl Necklace’ the peak was adopted by UK’s Invesco group as their worldwide logo and signature. After a 2006 avalanche a climbing permit along with an officer are required before you can climb Ama Dablam.
Welcome to the USA
The United States is a nation of immigrants. Throughout its history, immigrants have come here seeking a better way of life and have strengthened the Nation in the process. For more than 200 years, the United States has remained strong because of its citizens and the common civic values they share.
Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is one of the most important decisions in a person’s life. If you decide to apply for naturalization, you will be showing your permanent commitment to the United States. You will also be showing your loyalty to its Constitution and its people.
When you are naturalized, you agree to accept all of the responsibilities of being a citizen. You agree to support the United States, its Constitution, and its laws. In return, you are rewarded with all the rights and privileges that are part of citizenship. We welcome your interest and hope you will read on to learn more about naturalization.
I have already shared to my previous blogs how terrible the illness of my son had been and even just recently. It ran for years, but those years were gone like they're not coming back anymore. I will tell you why.
Once I was confronted by my husband's physician in the local hospital where he was admitted and while my husband was on his deathbed, the Doctor hugged me and advised me to be strong because my husband has a terminal severe aplastic anemia illness where it would be a two-week stay without any means of survival. It was told to be true, later he died.
Understanding What it Means to be Devout
Fr. Jean Nicolas Grou
The word devotion, which is derived from the Latin, answers to that of devotedness — a vowing of ourselves, a consecration of ourselves. A devout person is, then, a person devoted to God, consecrated to God. There is no stronger expression than that of devotion to mark that disposition of the soul of a person who is ready to do everything and to suffer everything for Him to whom he is devoted.
The devotion to creatures (I mean, of course, that which is lawful and allowed by God) has necessarily its limits. The devotion to God has none, and can have none. As soon as the least reserve, the least exception, intrudes there, it is no longer devotion. True and solid devotion is, then, that disposition of the heart by which we are ready to do and to suffer, without exception or reserve, everything that comes from God’s good pleasure, everything that is the will of God. And this disposition is the most excellent of all the gifts of the Holy Spirit. We cannot ask for it too often or too earnestly; and we must never flatter ourselves that we have it in its perfection, because it can always go on increasing, either in itself or in its effects.
Devotion is interior and lasting
This article is from a chapter in Fr. Grou’s The Spiritual Life. Click image to preview/order.
We see, by this definition, that devotion is something most interior, which has to do with the inmost life of the soul, for it affects that within us which is most spiritual — that is to say, our understanding and our will. Devotion consists, then, neither in reasoning, nor in imagination, nor in anything that is sensible. We are not devout just because we are able to reason well about the things of God, nor because we have grand ideas or fine imaginations about spiritual matters, nor because we are sometimes affected to tears.
Again, devotion is not a thing that passes, that comes and goes, as it were, but it is something habitual, fixed, permanent, which extends over every instant of life and regulates all our conduct.