Hello my lovely readers and happy Friday!
Tathreeb (Tedious) is the second book by the author Sultan AlMousa, it a continuous but more deeper than (Better Words) it shows the types if religions and how some of the non-muslim books were misinterpreted by some priests and reverends to make it more liking to them or because of methodological reasons that made them believe other than what’s really is…
As always Sultan has impressively written an amazing book with a style that intrigues you and make it harder for the reader to put the book down..
However, I’ve noticed that a lot of readers weren’t impressed by it and one of the reasons why is that some had thought it was very similar to (Better Words). Maybe they had a very high expectation -God knows- but to me his writing style is and forever will be one of my favorites
Unfortunately there’s no English version of this book yet…
As a business student I learn a lot about work laws and ethics in my courses and how to act ideally within the workplace, and how sometimes we need to make our decision with ethics and not by law and vise versa. But what about our personal life? Should it be the same? Or should we just do what we were taught as children? Simply because I was taught this way. This was most of our answers would be if anyone asked us why we think, act, behave in a certain matter, but is it always the right way? I’m not saying that we are raised wrongly by our parents, I’m saying that most of our lives were always about obeying the family laws so we won’t be the next hot topic on everyones’ gatherings. But what about our religious laws? What if our family laws contradicts with both the laws and ethics of our religion? What should we do then? What would you do then? Continue reading “Ethics vs. Laws”
The way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected.
According to Wikipedia this is the definition of relationship. However, nowadays it has been differ from one person to another. Some say a relationship is being by the other person’s side when in need, others say is by how appreciated I am whether how many times I talk to them or the type of gifts I receive from them. Is it true? That the definition of a relationship is now defined by the number of calls, texts, or gifts I’m given to by that person? Or is it more about what direction that person guides me? Continue reading “Back and forth…”
Everyday, new Apps and technologies that helps us stay connected with our family and friends such as Skype, FaceTime, and social apps that has the voice and video features like What’sApp, Snapchat, Line, and many more… Thing thing is here in Saudi Arabia the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology Commission sees that these Apps endanger the profit of the local networks. They have banned almost all the App features calming that it’s for “security” reasons. Recently they’ve banned the FaceTime calls, which is one of the main communications between abroad students and their families. People have protested on social media with hashtag
#هيئةـ الإتصالات ـ كفايةـ حجب
which means: Ministry of communication enough banning Continue reading “The Retarted Evolution…”