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Monday, 2 April 2012

NAMAZ




NAMAZ 







The first and most important duty in Islam after one has brought faith in God and in Prophet Mohammad and borne witness to Divine Oneness and the Apostleship of the holy Prophet is Namaz. It is a most special act of Divine worship, which a Muslim is called upon to perform five times a day. There are numerous verses of the Quran and the Traditions of the Prophet enjoining the Namaz on us. It has been described as the pillar and the foundation of the faith.








 

Namaz, if it is offered with a sincere heart and proper devotion and mental concentration, is particularly vested with the property of cleansing the heart and reforming one’s life and ridding it of sins and impurities. It generates love for piety and truth and promotes fear of God in man. Thus it is that Islam has laid greater emphasis on it than on all other religious obligations. When anyone came to the Prophet to embrace Islam, the first promise the sacred prophet took from him, after instructing him in Divine Oneness, was that he will offer the Namaz regularly. In fine, after the Kalima, Namaz is the bedrock of Islam.
Traditions We know from the Traditions that the holy Prophet used to equate neglect of the Namaz with infidelity. He denounced it as the way of the unbelievers. He would say that those who did not offer the Namaz had not share in the faith.
A Tradition of the Prophet reads, “What separates a believer from infidelity is simply the Namaz”.
This Tradition clearly warns that if a Muslim will give up the Namaz he will get associated with infidelity; his conduct will become the conduct of an infidel. In another Tradition the Prophet has said, “He has no share in Islam who does not offer the Namaz”.







 

Hamza.mazhar
10u0398
Section-f



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YOUTH

Every person in the world considers youth as the best age. It is the period between childhood and adult age. All those experience youth carries the best memories of its entire life with them. Youth is an excellent age. Whenever we fail during our youth, there is always a hope of trying again and overcoming the failures experienced by us. Mary Qurant says “Being youth is greatly over estimated…any failure seems total. Later on, you realize that you can have another go.
“Hope never fades and success lies before us every time during our youth.”
We often hear from our elders that the youth is the best age in our lives. That’s right because these years of life the rest of our live depends. According to Robert Southey, “Live as long as you may, the first twenty years is the longest half of our life.” The memories that we carry during this age are ever lasting and a person remembers them ever during his last years of life.
Youth is a beautiful age. Our job is to develop good habits right from our youth so that they help us in being successful in our lives. Because if we do not use it, we will never succeed.
So, we should use this age before it passes by, and be sure, it won’t even wave passing by.

Zunaira Manzoor
(10u0476)

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Sunday, 1 April 2012

PARALLEL INSTITUTIONS-LESSONS NOT LEARNT




Before I begin to discuss the topic, let me ask: what is the basic purpose of an educational institute? Most would simply reply “Umm…to educate?” 
Although there is no disputing this answer, there is a great deal of ambiguity. The sole aim of a school is to guide its students regarding when, where and how they should focus their energies in order to aid them to prepare to face the world that lies ahead. Unfortunately, in Pakistan, we have been made to interpret that education and guidance should only be confined to academics-this is the backbone of school failure. 
Coming back to what I said earlier, when you hear the word ‘energy’, something such as an energy drink or anything related to power will come to your mind. Now what will happen if, for instance, a gas was to be trapped into a cylindrical shaped container? It would simply accommodate itself according to the shape of the object. But, if the container is open, the gas would immediately escape. Moreover, if we cool the gas while it is in the container it will change into liquid and if we reduce the temperature further it will transform into a solid. 
Similar to the molecules of a gas, children between the ages of 13 to 19 are full of energy: distracted easily, starved for motivation and entertainment, short of guidance and ready to be shaped. 
Passively, schools have begun to emphasise on ‘As and A*s’ to the extent where it has not only reduced time for co-curricular activities, but has also given rise to two fatal consequences: demotivation and tution centres. Frankly speaking, these have further resulted in the decline of our educational standards. Yet, what is most astonishing is how we have permitted these flaws to become a prominent part of our educational system. 
Now make no mistake here, I have no issues with expensive academics but I am highly against the quality provided in turn for the hefty sums paid. The question is how one can judge the quality of education when it cannot be smelled, tasted or even touched? Ask yourself two things: are you able to understand most of the material taught to you at your institute or do you feel the need to take tuitions after school hours despite the hard earned money your parents are spending on you. 
Conclusively, the first failure of our schools is based on the following reasons regarding students: they are overly pressurized and not given time to do anything but rote-learning everything at school; they are unable to understand what they are taught at school; they have not been motivated enough to study at home or at school. In short, they have not been guided when, where and how they should focus their energies on. 
In any case, all the reasons lead to one aftermath: inadequate interest in education and loss of focus. Academies and centers which are actually meant to help exploit the students: they take advantage of students by acting as a medium for socialization. A rare sight at the academies is that you will see some distracted students smoking just outside the building and no one will be willing to report to their parents. The academy owners know the right environment to attract the students to their academies.  
I certainly hope that all the text above has some impact on you and has enabled you to acknowledge an almost invisible virus aimed at destroying our future. Just a request; open up your minds and eyes-at least to the obvious problems of our society. 

SYEDA ANUM ALI 
(10U0016) 








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MYSTERY OF THE UNIVERSE - BLACK HOLE


Mysterious stuff exists in our world and many scientists conduct innumerable researches to unlock the hidden truths and facts behind every deep-rooted mystery buried inside the universe. So does one of the major mystery of the universe exists, a black hole.  Some of us must have heard about a black hole or discussed about this in a conversation or maybe some of us are still unaware about it. Curiosity arose in every human being about the mystery behind these black holes and what actually happens when one gets a chance to encounter it. 
Black hole is a region in a space where gravitational force exists intensely that no matter, substance or radiation can escape from it. It is extremely mass concentrated and hence it is considered to be inevitable for a nearby object to escape its gravitational pull. 
There are many theories to this question to that how do black hole are actually formed and most highly appreciated theory answered to this question is that they are formed when a star lived its life and matures, then gets crushed by its own gravity, leaving behind a compact black hole. 
Black holes are notion to form from stars or other massive objects when they outer in space reaches a certain level of gravity which reaches almost near to get explode. They collapse due to their own gravity and forms into an object whose density is infinite, i.e., its core, termed as singularity and its outer boundary as event horizon. 
When a star collapses, it causes a supernova. [A supernova is a detonating star that blasts into space]
Due to its infinite density it is said to be a one way pathway, as once something goes in it, there is no way for it to come out. A black hole in space pulls each and every bit of a particle which passes its horizon and sucks it into a cosmic whirlpool of infinite density. 


Black hole varies in sizes. Scientists believe that the smallest black hole can be of the size of an atom. Ranging from size of a mass of 20 times more than of a sun (called a stellar black hole), to extremely huge sizes, called supermassive black hole.  
All these black holes exists in earth’s galaxy (milky ways) scientists had proved that in the center of the large milky ways, a supermassive black hole is present, namely Sagittarius A. 
NASA is doing researches and studying black holes by using satellites and telescopes. Such space crafts turned out to be great help in figuring out more and more about black holes. 
CERN – European organization for nuclear research also played a great role in discovering and providing us knowledge about the Black hole. One of the world’s largest centre for scientific researches and experiments. The main business of it is to study the fundamental physics and finding ways to know what universe is made of and how it works. CERN did the research over that the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) involved in the formation of a black hole. CERN also conducted CMS experiment for microscopic black hole signatures at the LHC produced in high-energy collisions. 


Latest news had been declared that a black hole can hold more water than the 100 trillion oceans of our earth. 
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