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The Prophet NEVER accepted the presentation of a decapitated head and he did not accept acts of brutality that serve no purpose in Islam. Rather, a severed head was once presented to Abu Bakr and he condemned it.

Uqbah ibn Amir reported: He came to Abu Bakr, may Allah be pleased with him, with a severed head and Abu Bakr condemned it. Uqbah said, “O Caliph of the Messenger of Allah, they do that to us!” Abu Bakr said:

فَاسْتِنَانٌ بِفَارِسَ وَالرُّومِ لا تُحْمَلْ إِلَيَّ رَأْسٌ فَإِنَّمَا يَكْفِي الْكِتَابُ وَالْخَبَرُ

So you follow the way of the Persians and Romans? Rather, do not come to me with a severed head. It is sufficient for you to write and inform me.

Source: Sunan ibn Mansur 2490, Grade: Sahih
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Tips for Controlling Your #Tongue and Your #Temper

1) #Think
The phrases “think before you speak” and “if you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say anything at all” seem clichéd, but hold a lot of weight in the life of Muslims...

2) #Apologize
Hard as it may be, if we do happen to say something that is hurtful to someone, simply apologize...

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"Pas en mon nom". Depuis plusieurs jours, ces quatre mots se répandent comme une traînée de poudre sur les réseaux sociaux. Avec une idée en tête, se mobiliser contre la propagande des djihadistes de l’Etat islamique, que ce soit en Irak ou en Syrie, mais aussi lutter contre les amalgames entre islam et extrémisme.
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Would feel so calming to just sit there and enjoy with all the senses these blessings: eyes to see and ears to listen.
 


Iguazu Falls, Brazil and Argentina

Straddling the border of Brazil and Argentina lies a roaring waterfall like no other. Iguaza Falls is an astounding sight, at 1.7 miles wide, consisting of more than 270 waterfalls with some as high as 269 feet. Best viewed from the Brazilian side at the U-shaped area called The Devil's Throat (or Garganta del Diablo in Spanish), it's where multiple falls drop with such immense force that it lets out a huge roar and a large cloud of spray overhead. Set in a lush, jungle environment with tropical plants, flowers and animals, Iguazu is an awe-inspiring destination and easily one of the more beautiful natural landmarks, not just in South America, but in the whole world.


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1. Beets  2. Brussels sprouts                      3. Cauliflower    4. Clementines  5. Pears
 
Do yourself a favor and sneak one of these in your breakfast today. http://shpe.co/1b3lQ8G
It seems every year when winter approaches, many of my patients complain, "There just aren’t as many fruits and veggies available.” I, of course, beg to differ. Yes, the farmers markets and
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Author: James O’Toole is a senior fellow in business ethics at Santa Clara University’s Markkula Center for Applied Ethics and the author of 17 books, including The Executive's Compass and Leading Change.
 
quote--..."the natural tendency of leaders to want to distinguish themselves from their successful predecessors."  
As a result of which...the business outcome??
Leadership transitions are ripe with opportunity—and fraught with peril.
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Yumminess  :-D
 
Today I have a "sweet" roundup of 20 Desserts in Jars--because everything is cuter in a jar!  #desserts #masonjars 
http://www.madetobeamomma.com/2014/01/desserts-jar.html
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