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Kamil Nadeem
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    Edge Coordinator, 2013 - present
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Peace Be With You.



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  • Jetking Learning Centre
    JCHNP, 2012 - present
  • P.G Christian College Lucknow
    Bachelor of Commerce, 2006 - 2009
  • City Montessori School
    Montessori to 12th(Commere), 2006
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Malik Mohammad Kamil Nadeem is my complete name, Malik is my Surname, Mohammad means PRAISEWORTHY/ COMMENDABLE , Kamil means Complete/Perfect, Nadeem means Friend/Companion

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At first sight, UBUNTU looks like ...

... a mystical floating orb. But after some time you will discover, that you can solve very practical problems with it!

Have fun!
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Keep looking up, and you are bound to find greatness, by the permission of God.

There are days that just don't seem to go right, but even then that's alright, as Paulo said, keep fighting the Good Fight.   

https://mknadeem.wordpress.com/2015/07/25/live-life-with-your-head-in-the-clouds/
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I don’t recall the exact timeline,
since when I have been looking up at the skies and enjoying the view,
the great brush strokes of a painter called Nature,
that is quite creative in her trade,
and though she is whimsical in nature,
as on some occasions she picks up soul searing hues,
but by far her favorites in the palette,
are the soul endearing whites and blues.

And these few lines that just came to my mind basically sum things up.

To quote what I shared around last year-
A pointless activity which is why it is so important. Cloud Watching.


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https://mknadeem.wordpress.com/2015/07/25/live-life-with-your-head-in-the-clouds/
I don't recall the exact timeline, since when I have been looking up at the skies and enjoying the view, the great brush strokes of a painter called Nature, that is quite creative in her trade, and...
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This my friends is what we call Bati Chokha, and it was Good. 
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It's sirka (vinegar). 
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Bloody Awesome!

Mr. Tharoor simply rocked the joint. And, laid the smackdown on the good old British in a rather exquisite fashion. 
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This is one way to ask for an honest opinion, 

“Give me your honest opinion. I dont want truth with a veil on - I like naked ladies naked.” — Christina Stead From Miss Herbert
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Formerly known as Bruce Jenner, won the gold medal in the men’s decathlon at the 1976 Olympics

Question: 
How do Muslims respond to Bruce Jenner?

Assalamu Alaykum,
Really glad that you asked this.

1. First, to preface this, as someone who is has training in mental health counseling at a graduate level, I understand the nuances between gender identity vs. sexual orientation. In one of my lifespan courses, we covered gender-based psychological concepts such as the Kinsey scale (which I don’t fully agree with), and other theories on sexuality and gender. What is important to note is that in academia, there is no codified, singular, universally-accepted theory on gender and sexuality. Some are more popular than others (funding can come into play here), but be aware that, from a secular perspective, nothing is “scientifically proven.” There is data for almost each respective theory. Humanity is nuanced.

2. Second preface: when I write this, I am speaking in theory, not practically. I am not alleging or indicting anyone of anything. God is the ultimate judge of the heart, I am just analyzing what I observe from the apparent, but only as a phenomenon.

3. The question on gender identity and/or sexual orientation ultimately boils down to morality - namely, moral ontology. Where do morals - the guiding principles that teach us what is right and wrong - come from? Do they change? Or do they adapt over time?

4. As a Muslim, it’s part of our belief-system that morality is defined by Divine revelation: God, and revelation to/through His Prophet Muhammad [p]. This might sound arrogant (towards others) at first, but that’s an incorrect reading; it’s actually sourced in humility (towards God). As a believer, I submit that God is The Most Knowledgeable and Most Wise, thus I humbly submit my understanding of morality to him, realizing that if I were in charge of deciding what was wrong and what was right, those decisions would change possibly every single day of my life.

5. Besides constantly changing principles, the primary flaw with human-defined morality in the post-modern era is that if you take any human-defined moral principle to its logical conclusion, it will not stand. And, it will possibly evoke the same border that is felt with Divine morality - the only difference being that the border will be socially defined, not religiously. So what does this mean?

6. Let’s take the principle/slogan for marriage equality, “two people who love one another should be able to marry one another.”
In the United States, if you show support for this logic, you’re seen as modern, progressive, enlightened, compassionate, etc. If you don’t agree in the universality of this statement, you’re seen as bigoted, backwards, old-fashioned, hateful, etc. Generally, this statement refers to two consenting adults from the same gender being able to marry each other without obstacle, in the same way that two consenting adults from opposite genders can marry one another.

7. The problem arises when you take this (or any) human-defined morality and extend it to its logical conclusion; that is, why don’t we allow siblings to get married? Or a parent and their child? What if a person wanted to marry a corpse of a person who previously loved them? When you make an argument for incest, as it technically can qualify under the moral principle, people begin to squirm in disgust. Why?

8. Because they’ve drawn an arbitrary line saying that “for now, this moral truth is bordered at same-sex couples.” The question then begs to be asked: who made you/us the controllers of where morality stops vs. what it includes/extends to? And why is that a better option than God? It is, in fact, just as allegedly “limiting” and the morality that we define. It just depends on how society feels about something at that given time/place - look at homosexuality in the USA in 1915 vs 2015.

9. With regards to gender reassignment, I’m not certain the exact circumstances of Jenner’s case, but clients that I’ve had who expressed gender confusion said that they were one gender on the outside but felt totally and completely the other gender internally. Essentially, they felt the need to make the two parts of their existence congruent, by altering their external to match what they felt they were internally. From a physical and mental health science capacity, there are numerous complications and long-term treatments that go into changing this.

10. Islam views this procedure as being morally wrong, as it is changing an essentially core component of what God created the person as - in God’s Ultimate Wisdom and Knowledge, blessing and testing that person with certain things, etc. Islam doesn’t necessarily deny the feelings that people have, and doesn’t shame them for having those feelings, even - Islam would simply say that not everything that we feel is good for us, and could be sourced in desire of the self (nafs) or even a manifestation of illness in the spiritual heart (qalb).This is why spiritual legal parameters exist, going back to the first preface: to guide us, like a lighthouse, in the storm of our emotions.

Conclusion: I am comfortable in my moral belief that I do not agree with practicing homosexuality or gender reassignment. At the same time, I fully understand the capacity of liberty and pluralism in the United States (and other places), and would support others to be afforded the same right to live and practice their lives the way they feel fit, the same way that I am able to live and practice my life and faith the way that I feel fit. It’s important to realize that we don’t have to agree with others’ choices, or support them, but we should support their right to make whatever choice they want, just like we expect the liberty to do so, ourselves. Note: disagreement is not license for bullying or terrorizing someone emotionally or even physically for making choices that go against your beliefs, as you should also not be bullied emotionally or physically for holding your beliefs. Learn to agree to disagree, live and let live.
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Took this picture today, transported it to the past.

One must learn from the past, to make a better future, by living sincerely in the present.
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If I ever get around to wearing (and liking) crew neck t-shirts, I would get a couple of them printed like this.

"I'M ONLY Responsible for what I say not for what you UNDERSTAND".

Also meet the guy from where I get my yogurt, Trivedi in Rajabazar.
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Agneepath

Vriksh ho bhale khade,
ho ghane ho bade, 
Ek pat chhav ki
mang mat, mang mat, mang mat 
Agneepath Agneepath Agneepath.

Tu na thakega kabhi,
tu na thamega kabhi,
tu na mudega kabhi,
Kar shapath, kar shapath, kar shapath,
Agneepath, Agneepath, Agneepath.

Ye mahaan drishya hai,
chal raha manushya hai,
Ashru swed raqt se
lathpath, lathpath, lathpath,
Agneepath, Agneepath, Agneepath.

— Harivansh Rai Bachchan

Translation:

There may be huge, shady trees all around
Don’t even ask for the shade of a single leaf
Walk on the Path of Fire, Walk on the Path of Fire

You will not stop, You will not turn, You will not halt
Take this oath, take this oath, take this oath
The Oath of Fire, the Oath of Fire, the Oath of Fire

This is a great situation
Man Walks
Tears, Sweat and Blood
They swathe Him, they swathe Him
Walk on the Path of Fire, Walk on the Path of Fire


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I have always wondered about this when it comes to Anime. 
Do some Japanese girls talk like this. Or if you remember Hinata from Naruto. 

Anyone here from Japan or who has been to Japan or have an acquaintance with Japanese people? 
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