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A scientist wants to find out what kinds of fish live in the sea.
-----So, she rows her boat out to the middle of the ocean. She puts on her snorkel mask and jumps in the water. She is determined to catch the first fish she sees, no matter how big or small it is.
-----She lives in a world where the sea is endless, and the fish occupy an infinite amount of space. How many fish occupy that fish? Is there one big, ...
... me. He and Monsoor reminded me of high school friend who hadn't started drinking yet.
Hamed dressed in Western jeans and sneakers. But, he prayed five times a day.
Monsoor had drunk alcohol before. But, he still had the energy of a young man. He worked by day in the olive orchards, took his cows to graze in the evenings, and worked on improving his home for his ...
... t be abused. The second quote was Allah saying Mohammed's wives and daughters "and the women of the believers" should cover their heads, arms, and feet.
Mejjed said, "We must protect our wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters." If I were the women, I'd feel like I was being protected by being put in a cage.
Mejjed went on to say that the Koran was a piece of literature so amazing that no ...
... The heart only wants to dance, sing, enjoy, live, love, be loved. The heart wants to live like a flower full of perfume, like a bird flying into the open sky." - Osho
-----Looking at the stars, I imagined I believed God had made them. Imagining this, my psychology changed. I felt a strong desire to look away from the sky - because, there were things to be done. I felt ambition. Restlessness. A desire to impose ...
... and seemingly out of duty. In an almost demonic voice, he breathed, "Allah Akbar" (God is the Greatest), to his left and right.
- - I soon realized he did this every morning, at sunset and again before sleeping, and - presumably - once at mid-day and again in the afternoon, while he was home with his family. I respected his discipline; he didn't even mind praying with right next to me, waking me up in the mornings.
- - I knew a ...