A Prayer For Hijri Year 1429

Written by Kami on January 10, 2008 – 11:26 pm -



For my honor it’s enough that I am YOUR follower
For my grace it’s enough that YOU are my LORD,

You are exactly the same
As I want my LORD to be,

Please ALLAH make me exactly the same
As YOU want me to be,


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Future of Karachi

Written by Kami on January 9, 2008 – 7:00 pm -

Future of Karachi hopefully this becomes reality one day. Ameen!

Karachi Waterfront is a bright new city for a bright new chapter in Karachi’s history. The project is part of the Pakistani government’s initiative to relieve pressure on Karachi and attract investment into the country.

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Test Paper

Written by Kami on January 7, 2008 – 7:22 pm -

This one is really too good…….

Test Paper

The answers are way too crazy

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7 Medical Myths Even Doctors Believe

Written by Kami on January 5, 2008 – 9:43 am -

Popular culture is loaded with myths and half-truths. Most are harmless. But when doctors start believing medical myths, perhaps it’s time to worry.

In the British Medical Journal this week, researchers looked into several common misconceptions, from the belief that a person should drink eight glasses of water per day to the notion that reading in low light ruins your eyesight.

“We got fired up about this because we knew that physicians accepted these beliefs and were passing this information along to their patients,” said Dr. Aaron Carroll, assistant professor of pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. “And these beliefs are frequently cited in the popular media.”

And so here they are, so that you can inform your doctor:

Myth: We use only 10 percent of our brains.
Fact: Physicians and comedians alike, including Jerry Seinfeld, love to cite this one. It’s sometimes erroneously credited to Albert Einstein. But MRI scans, PET scans and other imaging studies show no dormant areas of the brain, and even viewing individual neurons or cells reveals no inactive areas, the new paper points out. Metabolic studies of how brain cells process chemicals show no nonfunctioning areas. The myth probably originated with self-improvement hucksters in the early 1900s who wanted to convince people that they had yet not reached their full potential, Carroll figures. It also doesn’t jibe with the fact that our other organs run at full tilt.

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