Jan 31, 2011


I Love You
I want to be with you,
I can see you,
I can feel you,                 
I can watch you...
I want to be with you,
I can touch you,
I can hug you,
I can kiss you...
I want to be with you,
I can laugh with you,
I can cry with you,
I can smile at you...
I want to be with you,Because,
I LOVE YOU..........

Some Astronomical Phenomena - Qur'anic Description and Modern Scientific Discoveries

Among the celestial objects the Qur'an imparts a special status to the sun as a Source of light and enlightenment controlling productive activities on earth. In Surah Yunus, Jonah, (X: 5) the sun has been descnbed to be a Shining glory whereas "the moon to be a light (of beauty)" Obviously this refers to the reflected light-of moon unlike the sun which Itself generates light. Again in Surah Nuh, Noah (LXXI: 16) this concept is repeated that Allah "made the moon a light in their midst and made the sun as a (Glorious) Lamp?"
In Surah Al-Naba, the (Great) News (LXXVIII: 12-13) the status of sun has been stressed again by calling it "a Light of Splendour" However, what is more revealing is that the Qur'an speaks of the orbital movement of the sun which was discovered only in 1927 when the Netherlands astronomer Jan Oort accounted for the motions of stars as orbital motions in the gravitational field of the alaxy (Encyclopaedia Britannica, p. 1013).
This is what the Qur'an has to say in this regard. " And the Sun runs his course for a period determined for him, Surah Yasin, XXXVI: 38. In Sirah Al-Anbiya', The Prophets (XXI: 33) this course has been defined as a "rounded.. course":. "It is He Who created the Night and the Day and the sun and the moon: all (the celestial bodies) swim along each in its rounded course" The striking similarity between Jan Oort's discovery about the motions of stars and Qur'anic revelation about celestial bodies is notable.
Finally, the Qur'an points out that this "round course" of the sun and the moon is a movement in their own orbit: "It is not permitted to the Sun to catch up with the moon, nor can the Night outstrip the Day: each (just) swims along in (its own) orbit (according to Law)" (Surah Yasin: XXXVI: 40).
It is a scientific fact that the nights and days are formed because of the earth's sphericity and its rotation on its axis in approximately 24 hours; It is also scientifically proved that the earth's axis is in:, lined by 23 1/2 degrees and that the earth revolves round the sun in its orbit in 365 1/4 days. These factors account for the occurrence of seasons, for the variations in the duration of days and nights, and for shifts in the position of the rising and setting of the sun from north to south in their respective easterly and westerly horizons.
The rotationary movement of the earth and its sphericity are inevitably implied when the Qur'an speaks of the alternation of days and nights. Due to this rotationary movement "The night cannot outstrip the day ." This phenomenon will continue so long as the Universe lasts. However, the duration of days and nights change with seasons. During the northern winter, when the sun is in the southern hemisphere, the days are of shorter nights are longer in the northern he is phere. This changing duration of days and nights has been cogently expressed in two verses of the Qur'an. In Surah Luqman (XXXI: 29) it is pinted out: "Seest thou not that God merges the night into Day and merges the Day into Night." The phenomenon of merger will occur only if part of the day or its total duration is absorbed in night and vice versa.
Consequently the day or night lose their identity either partly or completely. There are areas in the northern or southern hemisphere between the Arctic Circle and the North Pole, and the Antarctic Circle and South Pole where days and nights are of six months' duration each. This concept of the changing duration of days and nights is again expressed in Sirah Al-Zumar, the Crowds (XXXIX: 5) in the following words: ... "He makes the Night overlap the Day, and the Day overlap the Night." While the alternation of days and nights are associated. with the rotation of the earth on itsi axis, the changing duration of days and nights is inevitably linked with the inclination of the earth's axis and the revolution of the earth in its orbit round the sun.
The inclination of the earth's axis by 23 1/2 degrees and the revolution of the earth round the sun along its orbit besides accounting for changing seasons also cause a significant shift in the position of the rising and the setting of the sun from season to season as explained below:
1) Firstly it defines two extreme locations for the rising and the settmg of the sun. At the tIme of the Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere when the sun is at the 11 Tropic of Cancer (23 1/2N) on 21st June the sun rises and sets at the northern extremity of the eastern and western ill horizons respectively.
On the other hand at the time of Winter Solstice when the sun is at the Tropic of Capricorn (23 1/2 S) on 22nd December it rises and sets at the southern. Thus the two Solstices define the extreme angular distances for the nsmg and the settmg sun m the eastern and western horizons.
2) Between these two extremes are a number of intermtermediate positions for the sun to rise and set because of the apparent movement of the sun from Winter to Summer Solstice and vice versa.
These scientifically,determined and distinguishing positions for the rising and setting of the sun were clearly postulated in the Qur'an in the 7th Century. While the Qur'an refers to the east and west in general terms as is commonly understood, it also makes very precise statements regarding the changing ti positions of the rising and setting .of the sun. In Surah Al-Rahman (LV: 17) it proclaims the existence of two Orients and two Occidents: "Lord of the two Wests." Obviously this is with reference to the positions of the rising and the setting of the sun at the time of the Summer and Winter Solstices as explained in para (1) above.
This is further clarified in the Qur'an when in Surah Al-Rahman (LV:17) it speaks of the 'distance between two Orients', ("He is) Lord of the two Easts and Lord of the two Wests:" i.e., extreme locational distance between the rise of the sun in Summer and Winter Solstices from the eastern horizon. The intermediate positions between the Solstices for the rising and the setting of the sun is expressed in the Qur'an as "the Lord of all points in the East and West." (Al-Ma'arij, the Ways of Ascent, LXX:40). This is possible only if there are varying locations for the sun to rise and corresponding locations for it to set. The Qur'an has not offered any explanation but the inference is clear. The two extreme locations of east

Qur'anic Verses on Creation of the Universe.....

The Qur'an revealed certain scientific truths with regard to the movement of the heavenly bodies in the seventh century A.D., when superstition and mythological ideas ruled supreme and when scientifically the habitable world was in total darkness. These revelations have now been established as scientific truths. Before highlighting them it is proposed to explain the Qur'anic assertion that Allah "created the heavens and the earth in six days," (Al-A'raf, The Heights, VII: 54).
These six days symbolise celestial days and are not to be treated like the normal six days of the week in our calendar. According to the Qur' an the duration of each celestial day may range between 1000 and 50,000 years. As for instance in Surah Al-Sadah, (The Prostration, XXXII: 5), it is pointed out that "He rules (all) affairs from the heavens to the earth: in the end will (all affairs) go up to Him on a Day the space whereof will be (as) a thousand years of your reckoning."
In Surah Al-Ma'arij, The Ways of Ascent, (LXX: 4). "The angels and the Spirit ascend unto Him in a Day the measure whereof is (as) fifty thousand is years". In the light of this excessively long duration of the celestial days one tends to agree with Maurice Bucaille that "the word days should be taken to mean Periods" (p. 140). Abdullah Yusuf Ali also insists that the six days referred to in the Qur'an signify stages in the Creation and that the Qur'anic days (yawm) should be interpreted to mean "very long periods, or Ages or Aeons." (Maurice Bucaille, p. 142). Thus the process of the creation of heaven and earth in six days has to be perceived in the light of the foregoing clarification.
The creation of the earth is not to be viewed in isolation. Reference to its creation implies the creation of the solar system which according to the Qur'an was created in two celestial days "Say: Is it that ye deny Him Who created the earth in two Days (Fussilat, XLI: 9).
The Qur'an conceives of an integrated system of the Universe including the solar system and the system of galaxies. This process was started simultaneously with the creation of the earth or the solar system and is implied in the following Qur'anic verses: "the heavens and the earth were joined together (as one unit of Creation) before we clove them asunder ." (Al-Anbiyii,' The Prophets, XXI: 30).
Subsequently they were integrated into a well knit system: "Moreover He comprehended in His design the sky, and it had been (as) smoke: He said to it and to the earth: "Come ye together, willingly or unwillingly." They said:
"We do come ( together) in willing obedience," (Fuussilat, XLI: 11). This process of "cloving asunder" and "coming together" of the galaxies, solar system and the seven heavens as part of a unified system was accomplished simultaneously in two celestial days. In order to comprehend their correct meaning and significance the two verses 12 and 9 of Sirah Fussilat (XLI) have to be read together.
Any gap between the process of separation and integration will make the emergence of an interlinked gallactic and solar system practically difficult. This separate reference to two days in each of the two verses (9 and 12) imply the same time-span and not additional two days.
This simultaneous occurrence is also implied in the following verses. "So. He completed them as seven firmaments in two Days, and He assigned to each heaven its duty and command. And We adorned the lower heaven with lights, and (provided it) with guard (Fussilat: XLI: 12). The Creation of stars in the lower heaven is also pointed out in Surah Al-Saffat, Those Ranged in Ranks (XXXVII: 6-7): "We have indeed decked the lower heaven with beauty (in) the stars, - (for beauty) and for guard against all obstinate rebellious evil spirits."
It is therefore distinctly clear that the seven firmaments, the galactic and the solar system were raised simultaneously and were interlinked as part of the system of Universe within the same space of time and not in two different celestial periods. The Qur'an further reveals in these verses that each of the seven heavens has been assigned specific roles without spelling them out. This has been done presumably to excite the curiosity of man in order to motivate him to probe into the mysteries of the Universe.
However, this revelation again stresses the point that there is always a well defined purpose in all Divine creations. In the remaining four celestial days of creation the Earth was set in order and made habi table for man: "He set on the (earth), mountains standing firm, high above it, and bestowed blessings on the earth, and measured therein all things to give them nourishment in due proportion in four Days in accordance with (the needs of) those who seek (sustenance) (Fussilat, XLI: 10).
The recession of the galaxies which is now firmly established by Hubble's Law and Red Shift, and which implied expansion of the Universe is also clearly indicated in the Qur'an: "With power and skill did We construct the Firmament: For it is We Who create the vastness of Space," (Al-Dhariyat, The Winds that Scatter, LI: 47). As indicated by the Big Bang Model the Universe will be annihilated at a particular point of time through the process of implosion (the big crunch), the Qur'an very definitely proclaimed it in Surah Ahqaf, Winding Sand Tracts (XLVI: 3): "We created not the heavens and the earth and all between them but for just ends, and for a term appointed." This is also emphasised in Surah Al-Zumar, The Crowds, (XXXIX: 5): "He has subjected the sun and the moon ( to His law ): Each follows a course for a term appointed." This "term appointed" presumably refers to the "big crunch," which according to the Big Bang Theory will terminate the Universe.
According to the Qur'an this will be"the (Day) of Noise and Clamour (it is) a Day whereon men will be like moths scattered about and the mountains will be like carded wool." Day of Noise and Clamour. CI: 1-5). This description in the Qur'an of the Last Day of Judgement clearly hints at the breaking of all scientific laws -which Hawking also pointed out in the following words: "At the Big Bang and other singularities, all the laws would have broken down" (PL, 183). It is thus clear that what the astronomers have discovered now as scientific truth the Quran announced it fourteen hundred years ago and can be rightly termed as its scientific miracles

Jan 29, 2011

MISSING YOU...........

The people also thinks,the way they look ,but love is your inner feelings,you can't hide,
you can't express with everyone, you can't show to others,then  the question is why it so?,does you affraid off or else,no, love is not to hide,to share ,to express but it is what to give "Respect" , respect for whom ,for those that you really love,you have the potential but still you can't accumulate to prove your strength,no don't take otherwise but it need alot of energy ,guts as well as true feeling to share with whom you really love.
well at the end i would like to quote i.e, "it is better to loved by some one than love to some one"

Summer at Willow Lake

Jan 20, 2011


Well people thought that love is some thing related with perception of human mind or psychology of human brain ,the way they thought,do you ever think is all about the hidden feeling of one towards others or else just form due to environmental cause.
what so ever the reason it is better to think as people think & act as people thought,because to not being loved by some one ,nothing get to achieved,except loose everything you have in your hand.
Thus i want to say one thing i.e ''a bird in a hand is better than two in bush''

Jan 16, 2011


Do you feel you have been thinking too much about her! If yes, then you can pen down your thoughts through Thinking of your Love.When you come across her you tremble with your words, your feelings and umpteen thoughts of your Love which are made for, to convey your feelings,
Love is a great feeling but some times it comes too slowly and we fail to understand the intricacies of this emotion, no matter which part of the world you live you can easily bridge the gap through
memories of his/her love not just by remembering but also by writing letters. Since both of you are far away from each other, you have been missing her of late and its time that you acknowledge your deep love for her.
Always try to win the hearts that would lead to rule the soul,,

Jan 8, 2011

love for all

Well people think that they only loved by other why not they think they too love others,can we say
a two way communication,it is not,what others think i don't know but what i think if you expect something from other to need to appear the same for others too.
this is the phenomena that one should adopt in his & her life,although it is not at all followed else i still say it all about those ,who cares for other as well.
love is not new it all related with a feeling that one have towards other whether it is formal or informal it defends but still is is of various forms,likes
a)mother-child love
b)husband-wife love
c)sister-brother love
d)father-daughther love
and many more,people are recognised accordingly,but what few feel we can't change their thinking
because those who take it for granted you can't change there thoughts.