You can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar. (An old adage)
Mr. Putin, I usually try to ignore what the leaders of other countries do; it usually is none of my business, but the recent activities that Russia has engaged in with respect to Ukraine are the business of everyone in the world. We know the history, and we understand why Russia might want to regain some of its past glory, but taking pieces of neighboring countries in an attempt to do that is counterproductive;
Horology (via Latin horologium from Greek ὡρολόγιον, from ὥρα hṓra "hour; time" + -o- interfix + suffix -logy; lit. the study of time
I have written about horological reform before, and I thought it was time to do so again, but this dictionary in Microsoft doesn’t seem to realize that “horological” is a perfectly good and correctly spelled word. Perhaps other s agree.
Apparently there are few straightforward histories of
Peace be on you.
Once a traveler came to the Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h.). He sent message to home for food. Reply came that there was nothing at home except water. At this, he asked Companions who would arrange for food for this guest? A Companion said he would. He went home and asked his wife to arrange for provisions for the guest of Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h.). The wife told him food was so little that it was only for children. The Companion said her to prepare meal, and light the lamp,
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I agree with you, JALASH, and your Quran's teaching that nobody has the right to take innocent people's lives.
My question about Quran (which I haven't read yet) doesn't concern this topic you are talking about here, I hope you won't mind. Does the Quran preach reincarnation? I've read that the Bible's certain parts (I think it is John) could be understood as preaching reincarnation, although it is disputable, not openly expressed. And there is a certain church from 13th century,
Updated 08-27-2014 at 02:44 AM by YALASH
It isn’t as much of an issue now as it was at some other times, but there are still people who are concerned about stem cell research. I can understand people disapproving of the use of cells of living people in the research, but after the death of a person it should be a non-issue. I suppose that using cells from aborted fetuses would bother people who oppose abortion, but the good that may come from the research should come close to outweighing the origin, but fetal stem cells are no longer required