Archive for May 25th, 2008

There must be a god

My first proof for the existence of God:

Goal for living… The reason why to get up every morning. The reason that will make you leave your bed. Simply without God, my life is empty. No matter if I had everything; money, fame, friends, relatives, success, scientific degrees, brand new gadgets, a beautiful wife… Without you, I am nothing. I have no reason to live. I have no aim for my life. You are my aim.

To serve you. To be your image on earth. I am a representative of your on earth. I want your presence in my life to reflect on my relations with my fellow human beings. This is why religions are for. Not to boast that you have the best holy book and that you have the best teachings… True religion lays in your life, in your actions, your dealing with others, your goals in life.

We want to get up, but we can’t.

To you is my shelter, t

A prayer to me, salvation of people

The sitting in the souls of people have lengthened

Help me you mighty, help me you

We want to get up, but we can’t

Help me you might, help me you

Happy Independence day

Jordan: Happy Independence Day

Today, may 25th, is the 62nd anniversary of the independence of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

I wish my country all prosperity and advancement. I hope that, when next year come, all of our fuel problems, by the help of the oil rock, will have been solved.

Jordan might not a huge or rich country. But, I am sure that it is rich in the goodness of its citizens. Having all the money of the world isn’t as important as being the way simple Jordanians are. If you want to know what I mean, why not come and visit Jordan? “We should be like you!” A Canadian volunteer once told me envying what he experienced of the generosity and kindness of many Jordanians.

All in all, most people in the world love their countries. In my opinion, one must be faithful to the country where he was born. After all, an Arab poet once said:

بلادي وإن جارت علي عزيزة

وأهلي وإن ظنوا عليّ كرامُ

Trying to bring a suitable translation:

My country, even if it was unfair to me, is dear.

My family members, even if they thought badly about me, are benevolent.