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  • Horoscopes for Love, Happiness, and Success  By : Lloydie
    Horoscopes for love, happiness, and success are mostly on regular topics in our Horoscope reports. These are the type of reports in the horoscopes which intend to give the report regarding on the situations of our love life, about the comprising happiness into our life, and about the incoming success in our life.
  • Hashim Jamal, Count  By : Ibrahim
    Period: (1880-1970)

    Jamal Pradhan was a famous figure in Kutiana, India. His elder son, Hashim, was born in 1880, who did his early schooling in India and helped his father in his shop in his free time. He studied upto 7th class and joined the school as a teacher. In 1901, he left the school and decided to immigrate to Africa. When he bid farewell to his schoolmates, Maneklal Nanji, the headmaster said, “How much would you give to the school if God may bless you with Rs. 10,000/-”. To this, Hashim Jamal said, “I will donate Rs. 500/- to the school.” The headmaster also said, “When you try your fortune, you must come back to improve the condition of your old school. Do not forget us.” True to his promise, many years later, he donated Rs.500/- generously to his old school.
  • Living Healthy With Health And Fitness Astrology  By : raphnix
    Aside from the daily personality and motivational guides read from you horoscope, there are yet more things that your astrological sign can provide you.
  • Psychic Reading: The Fun of Knowing  By : raphnix
    Many people has their own interpretations of their intuitions and natural perceptions. But the bases of its truthfulness or reliability are sometimes doubtful for some people.
  • Behind The Language Of Numbers  By : raphnix
    Often associated with occult and astrology, numerology is any of the many systems, tradition, or beliefs in a mystical relationship between numbers and physical objects or living things.1 it is the study of numbers and letters significance.
  • Ready for an Adventure? Try Spiritual Travel!  By : David T.
    If you’re seeking renewal, growth, and change, then a spiritual pilgrimage may be just what you’ve been looking for. A spiritual pilgrimage is a journey to a sacred place. Or, in other words, a physical journey that yields spiritual results.
  • The Opening To The Psychic World  By : raphnix
    Neutral believers of paranormal entities and phenomena are yet confused of their in dept purpose to humanity. Astrology sings or star signs are already universal terms but delivers no unique impact to what does it really means or its true objectives.
  • Ismailis in Iran  By : Ibrahim
    "Tradition has it that Imam Muhammad bin Ismail left Medina and went to southern Iraq, where he acquired the epithet of al-maktum (veiled one), and then at Nishapur in disguise, where he lodged for some times. Afterwards, the Imam proceeded towards Ray, about 15 miles from Tehran. Ishaq bin al-Abbas al-Farsi, the Abbasid governor of Ray professed Ismailism. Imam betrothed to Fatima, the daughter of Sarah, sister of Ishaq bin al-Abbas. When the news of Imam Muhammad bin Ismail's stay at Ray reached the ears of Harun ar-Rashid, he wrote to Ishaq bin al-Abbas, ordering to arrest the Imam and send him to Baghdad. Upon receipt of caliph's letter, he showed it to the Imam and replied to the caliph that he found no trace of the Imam, and would send as soon as he was arrested, and thus he tried to put the caliph off the scent. But the spies planted by Baghdad reported to the caliph that Imam Muhammad bin Ismail not only was living at governor's house, but that he was operating his mission from there. Upon this, the caliph wrote another letter to Ishaq bin al-Abbas, impugning him to come in person with his forces if his orders were not obeyed forthwith. The governor however made his usual reply. Meanwhile, the complaints about Ali bin Musa bin Mahan, the governor of Khorasan reached the point where Harun ar-Rashid could no longer ignore them, and adopted a militant stance. In 189/805, he marched towards Ray with a detachment of his army, and after searching for the Imam through a tracking party, ordered to arrest Ishaq bin al-Abbas. Ishaq died as a result of severe torture inflicted upon him, and was rigorously flogged till death. He did not waver and stood steadfast in spite of excruciating tortures. In spite of the gloomy situation, his faith remained unshakable.
  • Nature of Zodiac Signs and Astrology!  By : Lloydie
    As we continue expanding our life and exploring new knowledge and wisdoms, we are intend to have a basis in everything we've got and anything we do. A basis that gives you the standee of your past, present, and future in sequential details of your life as individual up to social inhabitants.
  • Ask For Help If You Need It - Guardian Angels Are Here to Help  By : Gen Wright
    Think about the last time you had a problem and you prayed to God for help. Perhaps it was difficulty with your career, your family, your health, and other areas.
  • The Process of Healing With Guardian Angel Energy  By : Gen Wright
    In our busy schedules and everyday lives, we sometimes neglect our health and spiritual well being. This is sometimes inevitable.
  • A Quick Introduction to Angel Chi Art  By : Gen Wright
    An angel exists in the spiritual realm. Not everybody sees them but psychics and highly sensitive or religious people often claim that they exist.
  • ADHD - A Deceptive Diagnosis  By : Johnny Kicklighter
    A look at ADHD from a spiritual perspective.
  • Book Review: The Self-Confrontation Manual  By : Johnny Kicklighter
    A book review of John Broger's book Self-Confrontation: A Manual for In-Depth Discipleship.
  • Ismailis in Afghanistan  By : Ibrahim
    The word Afghanistan means the land of the Afghans and the word afghan (awghan or aoghan) means the mountaineers. The oldest Indian literature refers it as Balhekdes. The Persians called it as Zablistan and Kabalistan. To the Greeks, it was Bakhtar or Bactria. The Afghan territories also is included in the Central Asia.

    How and when the Ismaili mission penetrated Afghanistan is under the shadow of much ambiguity. There were immense difficulties on the field of communication with the Imams, also the scattered dispersion and above all their absolute minority in the territory. Most of them had to settle in the mountainous villages of central parts and remote places of northern areas. The hovering fear of persecution forced them to maintain complete secrecy of their faith and assumed taqiya during last five centuries.
  • Wazir Ghulam Hussain Mohammad Ali Dharas  By : Ibrahim
    Devji, the son of Lalji was a native of Junagadh, India. He was an eminent wool merchant, having immense devotion in social services. According to the available information, Devji is said to have joined the Ismaili caravan in Bhuj, Kutchh headed by a certain Dharamsi Punjuani which was bound for Iran for the didar of Imam Shah Khalilullah (1792-1817) in Yazd at the beginning of 1817. They started from the port of Mandavi, Kutchh and boarded for Muscat and landed at Port Abbas, and reached Yazd on camels. Yazd is situated between Isfahan and Kirman on the route leading to Baluchistan.
  • Spiritual Healing and the Financial Crash!  By : T.OM
    What has Spiritual Healing to do a with a financial crash? Isn’t the financial showdown not a material disaster rather than a spiritual? Well, as far as any of those in spiritual healing matter or energy healing topics educated folks know is, that all there is, is energy.
  • Ismailis  By : Ibrahim
    The Shi'a Ismaili Muslims are now a global jamat and spread all over the world, ranging from Australia down south to the Arctic zone in Canada, up north. In all countries of their settlement, including the very new ones, Ismailis are seen to exist harmoniously within the broader framework of the country concerned, on the one hand progressing steadily under Present Imam's guidance on the other, contributing to the progress and well-being of that particular country. The Ismailis emerged originally from Syria, then spread in Yamen, Iran, Central Asia, Indo-Pakistan subcontinent, East Africa, etc.
  • Deceptive Diagnosis  By : Johnny Kicklighter
    A book review of Deceptive Diagnois: When Sin is Called Sickness. The authors share their views on how the church and society have replaced man's sinful behavior with psychological terms.
  • Ismailia Socio-Economic Conference  By : Ibrahim
    "The First World Ismailia Socio-Economic Conference was held on Tuesday, December 15, 1964 on the ground of the Aga Khan Gymkhana, Karachi. Pakistan was fortunate to be the venue of this most important Conference.

    It was a sunny, bright and pleasant morning, when the Present Imam arrived at 10.30 a.m. and walked through the red carpet leading to the well decorated stage amidst the thundering applause of almost 6000 Ismailis, both delegates and observers from 13 countries. The inaugural session started with the recitations of the Koran and Ginan.
  • Signs or Horoscopes?  By : johnlloyd
    For a thousand of reasons, express and implied, the knowledge to know the future and past is something that interest much. Uncertain of the the future offers, people get skeptical. Nobody knows what the future holds, some look for psychics and some depends on horoscopes.
  • Ismaili Volunteers Corps  By : Ibrahim
    The English word volunteer means one who voluntarily offers or enrolls himself for military service, in contrast to those who are under obligation to do so, or who form part of a regular army. The original French word corps d'armee became short during 17th century, which was borrowed in English language in the form of corps means a unit, body, or group of army. The volunteer is a member of an organized military force, formed by voluntary enrolment and distinct from the regular army. In later use, the civilians forming a corps or body also called the volunteers to assist the regulation or law and order.
  • Ismaili Scouts  By : Ibrahim
    The modern scouting movement was started in the world for the purpose of training the youths in the essentials of good citizenship and it arose in 1908 after the appearance of the book, Scouting for Boys written by the then inspector general of cavatry in the British army, Lieut. General R.S.S. Baden-Powell (1857-1941). Thus, the scouting movements spread in Britain and very quickly to other countries. Chile was the first to take up scouting after Britain, and Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa were the first in the commonwealth, but by 1910, it had spread to Sweden, France, Norway, Mexico, Argentina and the United States. During the first world war (1914-1919), its movements almost spread in the major countries of the world. In 1920, the first international scout meeting, or the first world Jamboree was held in Olympia, London, which was attended by 8000 scouts from 34 countries. It was on this occasion that Sir Baden-Powell was acclaimed Chief Scout of the world by virtue of his unique position as the acknowledged founder of the movement. In the same year, the Girl Guides were also founded.
  • Ismaili Rule In Sind And Hind  By : Ibrahim
    "The Abbasid caliph al-Mutamid (d. 279/892) had handed over the charge of Sind to the Saffarid chief, Yaqub bin Layth, in order to divert his intentions from attacking Iraq. As a result, Yaqub bin Layth acquired the power of Sind, Balkh and Tabaristan. He however recited the Abbasid khutba, and was simultaneously responsible to spread Shi'ism in the territories he governed. He died in 265/892, and with his departure, the Muslim territories in Sind had been divided into two main states, i.e., the State of Multan and Mansurah. In 279/892, the State of Multan passed into the hands of an Arab dynasty, called Banu Samah, founded by the clan of Asad.
  • Charity Registration for Nonprofits  By : CharityNet USA
    With all the charities out there asking for donations, most states have taken the first step in protecting the public’s trust through the implementation of charitable solicitation laws.
  • Ismaili Journalism  By : Ibrahim
    "Journalism in the modern usage is one of the younger professions. The first prototype of the modern newspaper was the series of public announcements, known during the Roman empire as Acta Diurna published daily from 59 B.C., and later in Venice as the Gazette. Similar official reports were made in China, where the earliest newspaper, the Tehing-Pao appeared in Peking in the middle of 8th century. The invention of printing from movable type by Johann Gutenberg in Minz about 1450 revolutionized the spreading of news. Mercurius gallobelgicus (1594) was perhaps the earliest magazine issued from Cologne.
  • An Introduction To Choosing Your Psychic  By : Justin Briggs
    Many people don't know what are the things that they need to find out before choosing a psychic to conduct a reading for them. I shall try to shed some light on this subject
  • How To Write Great Funeral Speeches  By : Gen Wright
    There are many reasons why even the most accomplished writers find writing funeral speeches difficult. For one, it is not everyday that a writer is given the responsibility to write a funeral speech. So there is no previous experience to draw upon.
  • How To Write An Inspirational Eulogy For A Mother  By : Gen Wright
    Are you given the honorable task of writing an eulogy for a mother? If you are, perhaps you may find the tips in this article useful.
  • Quick Tips On Writing An Eulogy For A Father  By : Gen Wright
    Question: Who is the best person to write an eulogy for a father? The eldest child in the family? Perhaps. It is both an honor and a great responsibility to write an eulogy for a father.

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