Every moment, every second....
While youare reading this, in every passing second...
8 million cells die in your body.
8 million cells are created instead of the ones that are dead
Each cell forms approximatley 2000 proteins.
More than 2.5 million red blood cells are produced in your body,
your heart pumps 83 ccm of blood.
The blood in the aorta vein is carried 33cm away.
5000 nerve cells are produced in an embaryo in the mother's stomach.
10.000 signals are transmitted from a single nerve fiber.
4 babies are born.
2 people die.
The light that starts its way from the moon, reaches your eyes.
Every foton coming from the sun covers 300.000 km. distance in the space.
16 million tons of water evaporate and rise up to the sky, 16 million tons of rain falls down
616 million tons of hydrogen is transformed to
612 million tons of helium.
100 lightning flash strike the world,
" In wahtever business thou mayest be, and whatever portion thou mayest be reciting from the Qur'an, -and whatever deed ye (mankind) may be doing , -We are witnesses thereof when ye are deeply engrossed therein. Nor is hidden from thy Lord (so much as) the weight of an atom on the earth or in heaven. And not the smallest and not the greatest of these things but are recorded in clear Record.
Monday, November 24, 2008
Every moment, every second....
Posted by Abdelmonem at 4:16 PM
Dream with me
Of a tomorrow that's coming
And if it doesnt come
We will bring it ourselves
We will start walking on our path
Our many footsteps will lead us to our dream
No matter how many times we fall
We will be able to rise again
Find the way through, challenge and defy the dark clouds
We'll find our night transformed into a thousand days
Only if we dream
Dream with me my friend
Our footsteps will shorten the way
I care about my innocent dream
Whatever it may beIt will satand with its soul beside us
No matter how long the way becomes
Even if we become lost, my friend
Our reunion will gather us in embrace
Toward our dreamOnly if we dream
Posted by Abdelmonem at 1:27 AM
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Resala is an Egyptian NGO that was established in October 2000 after the completion of its first branch in Faisal, Giza, Egypt. Today Resala boasts 32 branches all over Egypt and some 75 thousand volunteers. Each Resala branch offers 17 different activities to help people in the community.
The idea behind Resala started in 1999 when Dr Sherif, now Chairman of Resala, was delivering a lecture to his Engineering school students at Cairo University as part of an academic course about Work Ethics. At the end of the lecture, student's gathered around him and expressed their desire to take action and not just stand still in front of negative aspects they see in the community. They decided to be positive and start helping out their surrounding community by cleaning up their university, delivering free training courses to their colleagues and helping out in spreading the word about blood donation among their colleagues at the School of Engineering at Cairo University.
Hosting of orphans. Providing orphans with food and shelter in addition to a Big Brother / Big Sister program fueled by volunteers.
Resala provides food and simple furniture for poor families.
1- Sign language training for volunteers.
2- Trips for the deaf.
3- Training for the deaf.
1- Braille training for volunteers.
2- Braille printing.
3- Printed book to recorded tape service for the blind done by volunteers.
4- Trips for the blind.
5- Computer training for the blind.
Children with Special Needs
1- Speech lessons.
2- Computer training.
3- Motor skills practice.
Collection of used paper and cardboard for reuse.
SalesSimple products with the Resala label on it are sold such as mugs, tissue paper and other objects. This helps spread the word about Resala as well as create some income to be used for charity.
regularly reserves booths at exhibitions and sport clubs to advertise its a activities through direct contact with prospective volunteers and/or donors. During the exhibition, Resala volunteers distribute flayers and provide volunteer application forms as well as donor application forms to those interested. Moreover, they sell Resala products during the exhibition.
HandiworkProviding handiwork training for volunteers.Sales of handiwork crafts with the profit reused for charity at Resala.
Collecting used clothes and reselling it for very low prices at poor neighborhoods through short 3-day exhibitions. The money from the sales goes back to Resala for spending in charity.
Teaching adults how to read and write. Training is delivered by volunteers.
Any person may donate food to Resala. The food is then provided to those benefiting from the various Resala activities such as those attending literacy courses or children taking free private lessons at Resala.
Volunteers may elect to offer a free drive to blind or sick people or for other charity errands at Resala. Whenever a need for such a service arises, an employee at Resala responsible for such activity calls volunteers who have signed up for this activity to check who is available from them and asks him or her if he could provide the free ride they are in need of.
Each Resala branch has a computer lab in which capable volunteers provide free computer training in various computer fields to whoever would like to attend the courses.
School LessonsResala volunteers provide free private lessons to school students in various school subjects.
At the first Thursday of every calendar month, Resala volunteers who are interested in and capable of blood donation gather at the various Resala branches to donate their blood.
Interested volunteers may decide to include their name, contact information and blood type in a database at Resala. Whenever a case comes up that is in need for blood transfusion, a Resala employee checks the database for volunteers with matching blood types and calls them to see who can be available to donate his or her blood for the case that has showed up.
Each volunteer interested in the Green Resala activity brings a potted plant and keeps it at Resala after writing his or her name on the pot. The volunteer then comes to check on his or her plant at Resala and take care of it.
Donations Resala accepts regular fixed monthly donations. A Resala representative collects the fixed monthly donation each month from the donor's house. A Resala employee first calls the donor at home to make sure he or she is ready for donation and will be available to collect the donation from him or her. The Resala representative provides a stamped receipt to the donor upon collecting the fixed monthly donation.
Resala has land in Mekattam for building a hospital.
Resala has land in Mekattam for building a school for children with special needs and regular children.
Dr Sherif Abdel Azim
Dr Sherif Abdel Azim is Chairman of Resala. He is a Lecturer at the School of Engineering, Cairo University. He also lectures at the AUC (American University in Cairo). Dr Sherif conducts regular visits to the different Resala branches, specially to those in Cairo, delivering an introductory session to new volunteers during each visit.
How you Can HelpYou can:
1- Donate blood
2- Deliver computer training
3- Deliver lessons to school children
4- Deliver literacy training
5- Read and tape record books for the blind
6- Teach the deaf
7- Train children with special needs
8- Offer free drives
9- Offer a charity dish
10- Sell Resala products
11- Classify used clothes at Resala
12- Sell used clothes at Resala exhibitions
13- Distribute food bags in poor families
14- Explore poor families
15- Donate a fixed monthly donation to one or more of these three activities at Resala: orphans; 16- poor families and/or other.
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· رضا الله عز و جل و التقرب الي الله بأحب الأعمال إليه.
· محبة النبي و صحبتة صلي الله عليه و سلم في الجنة.
· احياء اسم الله الرزاق
· إفطار مسلم
· إدخال السرور علي قلب مسلم
· ثواب السعي علي الأرملة و المسكين
· الوصول لمرتبة الأبرار (و الذين هم في كتابهم في عليين)
· إصطناع المعروف و الدلاله علي الخير
· الإيثار (حب لأخيك ما تحب لنفسك)
· الحب في الله و الصحبة الصالحة
· التعاون علي البر و التقوي
· نية حب المساكين و أن تحشر معهم
· قضاء حوائج المسلمين
· تفريج كربة (فيفرج الله عك كربة يوم القيامة)
· نية الصدقة (إن كان فيها بذل مال لله من أجل إطعامهم الطعام)
· نية الدعوة اللي الله بالعمل الصالح
· الإبتسام في وجة أخيك صدقة
· إفشاء السلام
· الإفتخار بأن الله يذكر اسمك
· التأمل في خلق الله
· شكر الله علي هذه النعمة
· الجهاد في سبيل الله
· إن الله في عون العبد ما دام العبد في عون أخيه
· إحياء سنة النبي.
· اللهم أجعل يومي كله لك فتقبله مني.
· اللهم أجعل يومي لوجهك الكريم و إبتغاء مرضاتك و طمعا في ثوابك و خوفا من عقابك.
· اللهم أجعل هذا اليوم شاهدا لنا لا علينا.
· ثواب تعليم الناس الخير بدعوتنا.
· زيادة و مضاعفة للحسنات ان شاء الله.
· قل ان صلاتي و نسكي و محياي و مماتي لله رب العالمين.
· تبسمك في وجه أخيك صدقة.
· الكلمة الطيبة صدقة.
· حصول السعادة في الدارين.
· نفع للناس.
· لا غدو ولا روح في سبيل الله خير من الدنيا و ما فيها.
· اللهم إجعل يومي كله إنفاق في سبيلك و صقة لوجهك الكريم ( تخيل كل ما تصرفة يكون لله حتي ما ينفق في المواصلات )
· لكي نأتي يوم القيامة أيدينا منوره من عملا في نهضة للمسلمين و نكون سبب لرفعة الاسلام و ليرضي عنا رسول الله (صلي الله عليه و سلم)
· جهاد في سبيل الله و مجاهدة النفس
· الإجتماع علي الخير.
· لكي يستغل الوقت فيما يرضي الله.
· منترك شيئا لله ابدله الله خيرا منه (فقد تركت\تركتي منزلك ونومك لله)
· تكفير للذنوب ان شاء الله
· من أدخل السرور علي أهل بيت من المسلمين ليس لهم جزاء إلا الجنة.
· قول الله تعالي " من يعمل مثقال ذرة خير يره."
· طاعة الله سبحانة و تعالي
· قول الله تعالي "من جاء بحسنه فله خير منها"
· من دل علي خير فله مثل أجر فاعله.
· إحتساب أن تكون قدوة للأخرين في المسارعة لعمل الخير و الدعوة.
· تعمل شيء للإسلام
· تعاونو علي البر و التقوي ولا تعاونوا علي الاثم و العدوان.
· إنشراح الصدر و الرضا عن النفس.
· بشري للمحسنين.
· تثبتنا للدعوه اليك و تعنا عليها.
· نتحابا فيك"الصحبة الصالحة" فتظلنا يوم لا ظل إلا ظلك.
· ثواب مواجهة الفساد.
· يرزقنا الثبات و الإخلاص بعملنا و إخلاصنا اليوم.
· يهدينا الي راطه المستقيم.
· إبراء الذمة أمام الله.
· إصلاح شئون الأمة.
· التقرب لله تعالي
· نأخذ ثواب حمل الدعوة.
· الحصول علي دعاء النبي (صلي الله عليه و سلم)
· الفوز بالجنة و النجاة من النار.
· أن تنعنم علينا بما انعمت علي عبادك الصالحين و ان تثبتنا.
· نصرة الاسلام و اهله.
· تبييض وجوهنا يوم تبيض وجوه.
· تقليد النبي(صلي الله عليه و سلم) و مرضاته.
· ومن أحياها فكأنما أحيا الناس جميعا.
· ننشأ في طاعة الله لكي يظلنا الله يوم لا ظل إلا ظله.
· من مشي في حاجة اخيه خيرا من 10 سنين اعتكاف.
· الأمر بالمعروف و النهي عن المنكر.
Today i've recived a mail form Windows Live Hotmail Team talks about mail security so Take a few minutes to read through the latest tips and information on how to keep your inbox more safe and secure. With helpful questions and answers from the Hotmail team about e-mail scams, password protection, and suspicious activities, it may be something you want to file away for the future.
Q: How can I tell if an e-mail message is fraudulent?
A: Look for clues. Fraudsters often use URLs with typos in them that are easy to overlook, such as"micosoft."
Q: Should I click links in e-mail messages?
A: It's actually safer to copy and paste the URL from your e-mail message to the address bar in your Internet browser.
Q: What should I do if I think an e-mail is a scam?
A: Report it by clicking on the"Report phishing scam" button in Hotmail.
Q: How do I check if an offer is a scam?
A: Scams are often listed on sites like snopes.com. You can go there and search for information on a suspicious offer, such as"fee for Hotmail".
Q: What are suspicious activities?
A: Be wary if you think someone accessed your account or if a Windows Live ID sign-in page or e-mail looks fraudulent.
Q: What should I do if I notice suspicious activities?
A: First, immediately change your password. Then, make sure your computer hasn't been infected by running a free full-PC scan to check for and remove viruses, spyware, and other potentially unwanted software.
Q: How do I help keep my password secure?
A: While you're thinking of it, go to http://accounts.live.com to change your password today. Make sure you create a strong password.
Use more than 7 characters
Use uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters — such as @, #, and $
Set your password to expire every 72 days
Q: What if I receive an unexpected password reset confirmation message?
A: If you did not request a password change, someone may be trying to obtain access to your account by making the password reset. If you did not make the password reset request, delete that email. Then, log into your account and change your password as soon as possible. If you cannot log into your account and change your password, please contact support immediately at http://support.live.com.
Q: How do I recognize an authentic Windows Live sign-in page?
A: When logging into your Windows Live™ ID, verify you are actually visiting the site http://login.live.com. If you have chosen to use"enhanced security" when logging in, the site will be https://login.live.com. If the sign-in page looks suspicious, please report it using Internet Explorer 7 or higher, Windows Live Toolbar or OneCare by clicking"Tools" > "Phishing Filter" > "Report This Website".
Q: What should I do if a suspicious e-mail message asks for my Windows Live ID?
A: Do not provide your Windows Live ID. Do not click any links. Instead of clicking a link, copy and paste it into the address bar of your browser. Confirm its authenticity by navigating from the website's home page. Check to see if the email is a scam on a site like snopes.com.
To learn more: http://www.microsoft.com/protect/yourself/personal/windowsliveid.mspx
Posted by Abdelmonem at 2:33 PM