The Three who Spoke in the Cradle../.. Beşikte Konuşan Üç Kişi ! …Holy Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam ♥

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Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet sallAllahu alaihi wa sallam said, “None spoke in the cradle but only three (persons), 

Isa (Jesus) son of Maryam (Mary),
The second one was the companion of Juraij who was a pious person.

Juraij took a secluded monastery for worship and confined himself in it. His mother came to him as he was busy in prayer and she called: ‘Juraij.’ He said: ‘My Rubb, my mother (is calling me while I am engaged in) my prayer.’ He continued with the prayer. She returned and she came on the next day and he was (still) busy in prayer. She called: ‘Juraij.’ And he said: ‘My Rubb, my mother (is calling me while I am engaged) in prayer, and he continued with the prayer,’ and she returned. Then on the next day she again came while he was busy in prayer and…

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A ‘Good Morning’ you can actually feel vibrating in your chest

Cant disagree their Horty. Hope you have a nice day 🙂

Live & Learn

My favorite sound is the gentle rumble of an elephant greeting. It’s a very low “brrrmmmbrrrmmm.” A large component of that rumble is infrasonic — below the range of human hearing. It carries quite far. And if an elephant is close to you, you can actually feel it vibrating in your chest. It’s just the most relaxing, gentle and friendly sound.

Cynthia Moss, a wildlife researcher and conservationist who has spent more than 40 years living with and observing elephants in Kenya, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Botswana.


  • Source: NY Times: Cynthia Moss
  • Note to Self: Some day, if we’re not careful, this sound and this incredible creature will be gone. And what a monumental loss to this planet it will be.

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Enthralling Lectures, Inspirational Performances and Great Company

Charlotte Hoather


Today was a very exciting day indeed. From 9 o’clock till 1 o’clock we attended lectures held by guest speakers. The first lecture at 9 o’clock was taken by Arne Torp, a Norwegian professor from the University of Oslo. He spoke about the Norwegian language revival as artistic inspiration for Edvard Grieg. To begin with he pointed out the connection between the Scandinavian countries Norway Sweden and Denmark. He explained that for some time Denmark and Norway had a union, in which Denmark was the mothering country. This was because the higher classes spoke Danish. People learnt how to write in this language but often they spoke Bokmål, Norwegian Danish. Then when Norway became independent in 1814, the people of Norway wanted to speak a language connected to their own nationality, hence they began to speak Nynorsk, (Landsmål). In 1944 it reached its popularity peak as the language was then…

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Waar haalde Kaïn zijn vrouw vandaan?

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Post 780: itch…

Just love cats !


Andy posed nicely in the dark. I tried taking a photo of it, but he immediately recognized the flash gizmo, then ran off! (His momma didn’t have a stupid kitten!)

I tried a random shot in the dark when he stopped near my computer desk. Wonderful! After a long pause, the camera made its adjustments for exposure and tripped the shutter: A shot of Andy scratching an itch, and not even a good shot.003I just know Andy is being cute outside of camera range, and I won’t be able to shoot it to show you! Tomorrow. I’ll try to do better tomorrow.

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Hand added you to our new mag here as well. Ian.


Nice one Jinx x

Hi, my name is Bella and I am a beautiful and shy girl…!

Moon Walk in a Power Plant Precipitator

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Power Plant Men

Originally Posted May 25, 2013;

Just because there isn’t any smoke pouring out of the smoke stacks at a Coal-fired Power Plant, it doesn’t mean that the plant is offline.  The power plant where I worked as an electrician in north central Oklahoma had two large Buell (later GE) electrostatic precipitators.  This is what takes the smoke out of the exhaust.  The smoke is referred to as “Fly Ash”.  The electrostatic precipitator when running efficiently should take out 99.98% of the ash in the exhaust.  When running with excellent efficiency, the exhaust can have less ash than dust in the air.

Sonny Kendrick, the electric specialist and Bill Rivers an electronics whiz were my mentors when I joined the electric shop.  These two Power Plant Men taught me how to maintain the precipitator.  I wrote about the interaction between these two men in the post:  Resistance in a Coal-Fired…

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