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What Does Microeconomics Mean? What Does Macroeconomics Mean? What's the difference between macroeconomics and microeconomics?

What Does It Mean?
Microeconomics,
The branch of economics that analyzes the market behavior of individual consumers and firms in an attempt to understand the decision-making process of firms and households. It is concerned with the interaction between individual buyers and sellers and the factors that influence the choices made by buyers and sellers. In particular, microeconomics focuses on patterns of supply and demand and the determination of price and output in individual markets (e.g. coffee industry).

The field of economics is broken down into two distinct areas of study: microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics looks at the smaller picture and focuses more on basic theories of supply and demand and how individual businesses decide how much of something to produce and how much to charge for it. People who have any desire to start their own business or who want to learn the rationale behind the pricing of particular products and services would be more interested in this area.


Macroeconomics,
on the other hand, looks at the big picture (hence "macro"). It focuses on the national economy as a whole and provides a basic knowledge of how things work in the business world. For example, people who study this branch of economics would be able to interpret the latest Gross Domestic Product figures or explain why a 6% rate of unemployment is not necessarily a bad thing. Thus, for an overall perspective of how the entire economy works, you need to have an understanding of economics at both the micro and macro levels.


What Does It Mean?

The field of economics that studies the behavior of the aggregate economy. Macroeconomics examines economy-wide phenomena such as changes in unemployment, national income, rate of growth, gross domestic product, inflation and price levels.

Macroeconomics is focused on the movement and trends in the economy as a whole, while in microeconomics the focus is placed on factors that affect the decisions made by firms and individuals. The factors that are studied by macro and micro will often influence each other, such as the current level of unemployment in the economy as a whole will affect the supply of workers which an oil company can hire from, for example.

Difference:

Macro- and microeconomics, and their wide array of underlying concepts, have been the subject of a great deal of writings. The field of study is vast; here is a brief summary of what each covers:

Microeconomics is the study of decisions that people and businesses make regarding the allocation of resources and prices of goods and services. This means also taking into account taxes and regulations created by governments. Microeconomics focuses on supply and demand and other forces that determine the price levels seen in the economy. For example, microeconomics would look at how a specific company could maximize it's production and capacity so it could lower prices and better compete in its industry. (Find out more about microeconomics in Understanding Microeconomics.)

Macroeconomics, on the other hand, is the field of economics that studies the behavior of the economy as a whole and not just on specific companies, but entire industries and economies. This looks at economy-wide phenomena, such as Gross National Product (GDP) and how it is affected by changes in unemployment, national income, rate of growth, and price levels. For example, macroeconomics would look at how an increase/decrease in net exports would affect a nation's capital account or how GDP would be affected by unemployment rate. (To keep reading on this subject, see Macroeconomic Analysis.)

While these two studies of economics appear to be different, they are actually interdependent and complement one another since there are many overlapping issues between the two fields. For example, increased inflation (macro effect) would cause the price of raw materials to increase for companies and in turn affect the end product's price charged to the public.

The bottom line is that microeconomics takes a bottoms-up approach to analyzing the economy while macroeconomics takes a top-down approach. Regardless, both micro- and macroeconomics provide fundamental tools for any finance professional and should be studied together in order to fully understand how companies operate and earn revenues and thus, how an entire economy is managed and sustained.




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Qasidat al-Burda
by al-Busairi

al-Burda in ENGLISH


Is it because of your remembrance of the neighbours of Dhi-salam.

That tears mixed with blood are flowing (from your eyes).

Or is it because of the breeze blowing from Kaazimah.

Or it is the lightning struck in the darkness of the night Idam

What has happened to your eyes, (the more) you tell them to stop, the more they continue flowing.

What is the matter with your heart, (the more) you tell it to come to its senses, (the more it is distracted).

Does the lover think that his love can be concealed.

While his eyes are shedding tears and his heart is glowing.

Had it not been for the love, you would not have shed tears at the ruins (of your beloved).

Nor would you become restless at the remembrance of the cypress (tree) the high mountain.

How do you deny love after the testimony.

Borne against you by (such) reliable witnesses as your yours and your illness.

Love has ingrained two lines of fear, and withered your face.

On your cheeks like yellow rose and the reddish tree.

Yes! Thoughts of the beloved came to me at night and kept me awake.

And love transforms pleasure into pain.

O you who reproach me, regarding my love, excuse me.

From me to you if you do justice, you would not reproach me.

My state (of love) has been expressed to you, (now) my secret is no longer concealed.

From those who malign (me), nor is there (something to) check my agony.

You have sincerely advised me , I did not heed it.

For verily a lover is deaf to those who advise him.

I regarded with suspicion the advice of the elders in reproaching me.

(Wisdom) in the advice of the elders is above suspicion.


Verily my soul which is laden evil did not heed the advice.

And I have not prepared, for good deeds, a feast,

Due to its ignorance, from the warning by grey hair and old age.

For a guest (that) has lodged on (my) head nor did I honour (him).

Had I known that I would not be able to honour him (it).

I would have concealed my secret, which is exposed, by dyeing.

Who is there that can restrain my wayward-self from its waywardness.

Just as unmanageable horses are restrained by resins.

Do not try, through sinning, to subdue sensual desires.

For verily food, only increases sensual desires.

Your self (desires) is like when breastfed.

Loves suckling but when you wean it, will stop.

Then stop its inclinations and beware that it does not overpower you.

Verily lust whenever it overpowers (it will) kill or maim (your character).

And guard it while it is grazing in (the field of) actions

If it enjoys pasture, do not let it roam (graze) freely.

How often has pleasure been considered good, whereas it turned out to be deadly.

Because he does not know that there is poison in the fat.

And fear the evil of (both) hunger and satiation.

For most times hungers (poverty) is more evil that overeating.

And shed tears from those eyes which have become full.

Of forbidden sights and regard it as obligatory (upon yourself) to guard your eyes from forbidden things.

And oppose (your) self (nafs) and shaytaan and disobey them both.

And if both of them give you sincere advice regard it as lies.

And do not obey them both (nafs and shaytaan) as an enemy or as a wise (person).

For you know well the deception of (such) an enemy or a wise (person).

I seek forgiveness from Allah from such sayings (preachings) which I do practice upon.

For verily I have attributed (claimed), through this, offspring from a barren woman.

I command you to do good but I do not command myself to do the same.

And I was not steadfast (on deen) so then of what use (value) is my saying to you: "Be steadfast!" (on deen).

And I made no provisions before death of voluntary (nafl) worship.

And I did not perform salaat nor did I fast except what was obligatory.


I transgressed the sunnat of him (Rasulullah) who passed the night (in ibaadat).

Until his feet complained of injury due to being swollen.

And he tied and folded, on account of hunger, around hi stomach.

A stone beneath which is his delicate skin.

And high mountains of gold (tried to) tempt him.

Towards it, but he was (completely) disinclined due to his high courage.

His piety increased inspite of his need.

For verily need never prevails (overpowers) the infallible.

How can the necessities of such a noble personality incline him towards this world.

For had it not been for him this world would not have come out of non existence.

And of both groups, Arabs and non Arabs.

Our Nabi, the one who commands (good), forbids (evil). There is non (parallel to him).

More truthful than him in saying "No" or "Yes".

He is (Allah's) most beloved, whose intercession is hoped for.

For every fear (and distress) that is going to come (on the day) of agony (and fears).

He called (people) towards Allah, so those who cling to him.

Clinging to a rope which will never snap.

He transcends the Ambiyaa, physically and in (noble) character.

And (the other Ambiyaa) cannot come near his in knowledge and noble nature kindness.

They all obtained from Rasulullah (s)

(Like a) handful (of water) from the ocean or (a few) sips from continuous rains.

And they all stopped before him at their (assigned) limits.

(Either) of a point of knowledge or to gain one wisdom from (his) wisdom.

For he is the on e with whom, ended all outward and inward perfection.

And then the creator of all creation chose his as (His) most beloved.

He has no equal in his magnificence.

The jewel of (excellence) in him is indivisible.

Discard what the christians claim about their Nabi

Then decide and say what you wish in praise of him (Rasulullah).

And attribute towards his personality whatever you wish of excellence.

And attribute to his dignified status as mush greatness as you wish.

For verily excellence of the Messenger of Allah has no (limits)

Bounds, that a speaker might (be able to) express with his mouth.

If his miracles were proportionate (according) to his rank, in greatness,

Then his name would have, when called out brought decaying bones back to life.

He did not try to (test) us with that which would confound our minds.

Out of keen interest (kindness) for us, neither were we suspicious 9about the truthfulness of his mission) nor were we confounded (by his doctrines).

His perfect inner nature made people helpless from comprehending, so it was not understood.

Those near and far, except according to their (helpless) imperfect understanding.

Like how the sun is seen by the eyes from far.

Verily small, yet hurts (dazzles) the eye (when you stare at it).

And can the reality of him be comprehended in this world.

A sleeping nation whose description of him are (like interpretations of) a dream.

So the extreme depth of (our) knowledge concerning him, is that he is a man.

And verily he is the best of all the creation of Allah.

Every miracle which all the Nabi?s showed.

Verily they have been derived from his noor.

For verily he is the sun of virtue (and) they (Ambiyaa) are its stars.

Which show their lights to people only in the dark.

Until when the sun rose his light spread.

Universally and gave life to all the nations.

How noble are the physical qualities of Nabi (s), adorned with good character.

(Who) was vested with beauty and disguised by pleasant temperament.

(He) is like a blooming flower in its freshness and the full moon in splendour.

And the ocean in generosity and time its fearless courage.

Even when alone, it appears sue to his grandeur.

As though (he is) in the midst of a large army and its retinue.

It is like pearls well preserved in oysters.

From the two mines, of his speech and his smiles.

No perfume equals the dust (earth) which is touching his (Rasulullah's mubarak) body.

Glad tidings be to the person who smells it (the dust) and kisses it.


His birth distinctly showed his pure origin.

O the excellence! Of his beginning and his end.

On that day the Persians discovered that they (were going face misfortune)

Were warned with the approach of misfortune and punishment.

And the walls of the palace of Kisra trembled and crumbled.

Like how the army of Kisra was scattered never to be untied again.

And the fire (of the Persians) took a cool breath (subsided and died out), out of regret.

While the rivers (of Persia) had sleepless eyes (dries up) from excessive sorrow.

Saawah (village in Persia) became grief stricken with the drying up of its lake.

And the (thirsty) water bearer returned in anger with disappointment.

It is as though fire became wet like water.

Due to grief, while water was (affected by) the blazing fire.

And the jinn was shouting (at the appearance of Rasulullah) and the NUR was glistening.

And the truth (nubuwaat) appeared with these anwaar, and with their voices.

(The kaafir) became blind and deaf, to the announcements of glad tidings.

Nor did they hear and the lighting of warning was nor seen by them.

After their fortune tellers had informed the people.

That their false religions would not stand.

And even after they witnessed shooting stars on the horizon.

Falling, just as (their) idols were (falling) on earth.

So much so that they kept running from the path of wahi

The devils (shaytaan), one after the other.

As though in running away the shaytaan were the army of Abrahah.

Or like that army (put to flight) upon whom (Rasulullah) threw pebbles.

Which he threw after their making tasbih in his (mubarak hands).

Like how (Prophet Yunus, p) when he made tasbih (of Allah) was thrown out from the stomach of the swallowing (fish).


The trees answered his call, prostrating.

Walking towards him on shins (truck) without feet.

It is though writing lines that were written.

With their branches, calligraphically writing of his perfection.

Like the cloud following him wherever he went.

Sheltering him from the intense heat, (as that) of an oven in the blazing summer.

I take an oath (of truth) by the moon that was split, it bears.

A connection with his heart (which shows) the truth of my oath.

What excellence qualities and noble deeds the cave contained (in it).

While every eye (of the disbelievers) was blind him.

The truth (sidq) and the true(siddique) in the cave were not seen (by the disbelievers).

And they were satiny "There is no one in the cave".

They thought a wild dove and a spider would not

Lay an egg, or spin a web for the best of creation.

The protection of Allah (made him) dispensed with double.

From armours and high forts.

Whenever time caused me any distress and I took refuge in him.

I receive shelter from him which was not misused.

I did not ask for the wealth of the two worlds from his hand.

But I received a great gift the best hand that was ever kissed.

Do not deny that his dreams are revelations (wahi), for verily his

Heart does not sleep , when eyes sleep.

And this was at (the period of) puberty of his prophethood.

At that time dreams cannot be denied.

Great are the blessings of Allah that wahi is nor earned.

Nor was any Nabi accused (of lying when) giving knowledge of the unseen.

His miracles are (completely) clear, not hidden from anyone.

Without it justice cannot be established amongst people.

How often has his hand granted freedom (cure) from disease by (his) touch.

And set free the insane from the chains (fetters) of insanity.

He revived the starving year (of famine) through his dua.

Until it resembled a white spot on black times.

By means of a cloud which rained so abundantly, you would think large rivers

Gushing forth from the sea or like the torrential flood of Arim.


Allow me to describe the miracles of him (Rasuluallah) exposed (performed).

Like the lighting of fires on the hillside at night for guests.

The beauty of a pearl is further enhanced in a necklace.

But its value does not diminish)in the least when not strung on a necklace).

So why should the ambitions of those who praise not increase towards

That which him (Rasuluallah) ha of noble character and good habits.

Verses of truth from the Most Merciful (Allah) newly heard.

(As well as being) eternal which is quality (of Allah) Who is described with eternity.

It is not connected with any period of time, while it informs us.

About the hereafter as well as of Ad and Iram.

Which remains with us forever, therefore it is superior to every miracle.

Of the other Nabi?s (for) when (their miracles) came but did not remain.

Absolutely clear (as evidence) so it did not leave (room for any) doubts.

By the enemies nor so they require any judge.

No one opposed it ever except for the vehement enemy.

(Due to) the enmity of the enemy towards it,(but that he) refrained from it seeking a truce.

Its eloquence refuted the accusations of its objectors.

Just as a respectable man keeps off the hand of a transgressor from his harem.

Its meaning is like the waves of the ocean in helping (one another)

And the (Qur?an) transcends the jewels of the sea in beauty and value.

Its wonders cannot be counted nor comprehended.

Nor would you (be) satiated by its constant repetition (recitation).

It cools the eye of its reciter, so I said to him

You have succeeded with the hope of Allah, therefore hold steadfast onto it.

If you recite it due to fear of the heat of blazing fire.

Then you have doused the blazing fire with its cool water.

It is the Houze-e-Kauthar with which faces are illuminated.

Of the sinners even though they came to it (with faces) black as coal.

It is like the straight bridge like the scales in equilibrium.

Justice, without which, amongst man cannot be established.

Do not be astonished if the jealous person rejects it.

(Feigning) ignorance while they are shrewd.

Verily the eye rejects the ray of the sun due to dust.

The mouth rejects the (sweet) taste of water due to sickness.


You the best of those to whose court seekers of bounties resort.

Running the (mounted) on the backs of fast camels.

And O you is the greatest sign for he who takes a lesson.

And O you who is the greatest bounty for a person who avails himself of it.

You travelled by night from one sacred place to another.

As the full moon travels trough intense darkness.

And you continued ascending until you attained a position.

At the distance of two cubits length, as has never been attained nor sought.

And you preferred due to your position by all the Ambiyaa.

And Rasuls just as a servant gives preference to his master.

You passed the seven heavens with them.

In a procession in which you were the standard bearer.

Until you left no gaol (for) any competitor to strive for.

In closeness, nor any (room for ascent for any one to advance.

You made inferior every position by (your) advance, when.

You were invited to his majestic and unique position.

So that you may be successful in a reaching the most concealed.

From all eyes, and secrets well concealed.

So you acquired every (status) worthy of pride unrivalled.

And you surpassed every position which none other passed.

And extremely excellent are the ranks that were granted to you.

And uncomprehensible are those bounties which conferred upon you.

Glad tiding be to us o people of Islam. We have.

By the Grace of Allah a pillar which is indestructible.

When Allah called, the one who invited us (Rasuluallah, s) to His worship.

Because of the noblest of messengers , we are the noblest of ummats.


The hearts of his enemies were struck with terror at the news of his advent.

Just as a heedless goat that has strayed the heard becomes scared to a sudden alarm.

He never ceased to encounter them at every battle.

Until, by the effects of lances they were like meat on a chopping block.

They loved fleeing that they would envy.

The corpses which were carried away by vultures and eagles.

Nights would pass without them knowing number.

As long as it was not nights of the sacred months.

It is as though the religion of Islam was a guest that visited their house.

With every brave warrior, greedy for the flesh of the enemy.

He used to lead an ocean of an army on galloping horses.

They would strike (the enemy) with a massive wave of brave warriors.

Of every volunteer, having hope of reward from Allah.

Fighting to exterminate the roots of kufr and to destroy it.

Until the religion of Islam became of them.

Reunited after her estrangement, with her family.

Always taken care of by an affectionate father

And a loving husband, so she did not suffer from orphanhood nor widowhood.

They were mountains, so ask about them from him who fought them.

What was his experience with them in each contest (battle).

Ask (them about the condition of) Hunain, Badr, Uhad.

The verdict death for them was more severe than an epidemic.

(They made their) white (shinning) swords red (with blood) after they were plunged.

Into every black lock of (hair) of their enemies.

And they write (with arrows) in calligraphic writing (on those of the bodies), which was left out.

By their pens (lances). Like undotted letters,

Completely clad with weapons they had characteristic marks to distinguish them.

Like arose is distinguished by (characteristic) marks from a thorn tree.

The winds of help (from Allah) would guide you to their fragrance.

So you would think every brave man to be a flower in the bud.

As though they were, when on horse back like the plants on hills.

On account of the strength and bravery, not because of the tightness of their saddles.

The hearts of the enemies flew into terror (due to their) prowess.

So they could not make distinction between a lamb and a mighty warrior.

And the person who has the help of Rasuluallah (s) with him.

Even if a lion meets him in its den it begins to fear.

And you would never see a friend not assisted.

By him, nor would you find any enemy, but in pieces.

He lodged his ummat in the fort of his religion.

Like a lion which lodges with its cubs in a jungle.

How many queries did the words of Allah have with defiers.

Concerning him, and the clear evidence (of Allah), disputed many a plaintiff.

It is sufficient for you as a miracle (to have so vast) knowledge in an unlettered person.

In the period of ignorance, and such noble etiquettes in an orphan.


I served him with praise, by means of which I ask to be pardoned.

The sins of a life passed in poetry and serving (other)

As these two have garlanded me with that consequences which I fear.

As though I am due to it (poetry and serving others) a sacrificial animal.

I obeyed the misleading passions of youth in both conditions and I did not

I achieved but sin and remorse.

O the great regret of my soul in its transaction.

It did not purchase Deen with the world, nor had I negotiated for it.

The person who sells his future for his present.

His being defrauded in the sale and its negotiation.

If I had committed any sin my covenant is not (likely to be) violated.

With my Nabi Rasuluallah (s) and nor is my rope broken.

For verily I have a security from him due to my name.

(Being) Muhammad, while he is the most faithful of mankind in fulfilling his promise.

If at my resurrection, he should not take me by my hand

Out of kindness, then say O the slipping of my foot.

I seek the sanctuary (in Allah) that he should deprive one who is hopeful of his graces.

Or that his neighbour (follower) returned from him dishonoured.

And since I have devoted my thoughts to his praises.

I have found him to be best sanctuary for my salvation.

His bounty will never escape from (my) hand which has been soiled.

For verily rain causes flowers to bloom on rocks

And I did seek the flowers (wealth) of the world which were plucked.

By the hands of Zuhair through his praises of Haram.


Most generous of mankind, I have no one to take refuge in

Except you at occurrence of widespread calamity.

And O messenger of Allah, your exalted status will not diminish, because of me (intercession on my behalf)

When most Bountiful (Allah Ta?alaa) will manifest (Himself) by the name of the punisher.

For verily amongst your bounties is this world, and the hereafter.

And part of your knowledge is knowledge of the Preserved Tablet (Lowh), and the Pen.

O my soul do not become despondent due to your grievous sins.

Verily major sins when pardoned are minor.

Perhaps the mercy of my Lord when distributed.,

Would be distributed in proportion to the sins.

O my Lord (Sustainer)! Make my hopes, not unfulfilled.

By you, and make my reckoning (of deeds) not destructive.

Be kind to Your Servant in both the worlds, for verily his

Patience, when called upon by hardships (calamities), runs away.

So order clouds of blessings (salutations) from you perpetually.

Upon Nabi (s) abundantly and gently

And upon his family, his Sahabah, then upon those who follow them.

The people of piety, knowledge, clemency and generosity.

(Then) be pleased with Abu-bakr and Omar.

And Ali and Uthman, the people of nobility.

As long as the easterly breeze makes the branches of cypress rustle.

And (as long as) the camel riders make their camels march with the enchanting songs.

Forgive its writer and its reader

I ask of you all goodness O You the Most Generous and Most Munificent.

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What is MIS?

management information system or management information services, and pronounced as separate letters, MIS refers broadly to a computer-based system that provides managers with the tools for organizing, evaluating and efficiently running their departments. In order to provide past, present and prediction information, an MIS can include software that helps in decision making, data resources such as databases, the hardware resources of a system, decision support systems, people management and project management applications, and any computerized processes that enable the department to run efficiently.

Within companies and large organizations, the department responsible for computer systems is sometimes called the MIS department. Other names for MIS include IS (Information Services) and IT (Information Technology).

BEAUTY TIPS




1. Get Clean Skin Quick
To sop up oil and refresh makeup, lightly mist your face with toner, then pat with a tissue, says Eva Scrivo, makeup artist and owner of the eponymous New York City salon. Finish with a dusting of loose powder.

2. Lighten Locks Instantly
If scalp grease (or too many products) have left your light hair looking like dirty dishwater, sprinkle translucent powder over your roots, then brush through, says makeup artist Morgen Schick.

3. Hydrate Your Skin in Half the Time
Use conditioner to moisturize your hair -- and body, says Schick. Just massage it in neck-to-toe in the shower, rinse and dry off. The conditioner will hydrate nearly as well as body lotion -- without the time suck of waiting for it to sink in.

4. Get Gorgeous Nails -- Now
Schick's 60-second strategy: Remove all polish, clean under your nails (with lemon juice, if you have it) and massage the thickest lotion you can find (lip balm will suffice in a pinch) into your cuticles.

5. Use Pink to Fake Perfect Skin
Surprise! Concealer is only half the battle when it comes to fixing flaws. To really perfect your complexion (no matter what your skin tone), try wearing lipstick in a warm pink. "It distracts people's eyes from blemishes and other imperfections," says Schick.

6. Depuff Your 'Do in a Flash
To flatten frizz, dampen your hands with water and a drop of hand lotion, then gently pull your hair back into a French twist. Wait 10 minutes; take your strands down. VoilĂ  -- fuzz free!

7. Focus on the Front to Speed Hairstyling
When you're strapped for time, do the T-zone blow-dry: down your part and around your hairline only. "As long as the front and top of your hair looks finished," says Scrivo, "so will you."

8. Score Evening Eyes in Just One Step
Eyeliner is the fastest way to look sexy, says Delux Beauty creator Jillian Dempsey. To do: Trace your top lash lines to just past the outer corners of your eyes.

9. Pull It Together with a Ponytail
There's nothing wrong with resorting to a ponytail -- after all, it's the ultimate easy style. To do: Pull your hair back haphazardly with your fingers and spritz with hairspray, says Roy Teeluck, owner of the Roy Teeluck Salon in New York City. Last, twist a stray tendril around your hair elastic; pin.

10. Revive Your Face Rapidly
To look alive after a long night, pat concealer onto the inner corners of your eyes, under your lower lashes and next to your nose, says Scrivo. Finish by swirling bronzer over your cheeks.

what is marketing?

There are many different definitions of marketing. Consider some of the following alternative definitions:

“The all-embracing function that links the business with customer needs and wants in order to get the right product to the right place at the right time”

“The achievement of corporate goals through meeting and exceeding customer needs better than the competition”

“The management process that identifies, anticipates and supplies customer requirements efficiently and profitably”

“Marketing may be defined as a set of human activities directed at facilitating and consummating exchanges”

Which definition is right? In short, they all are. They all try to embody the essence of marketing:

• Marketing is about meeting the needs and wants of customers;
• Marketing is a business-wide function – it is not something that operates alone from other business activities;
• Marketing is about understanding customers and finding ways to provide products or services which customers demand

To help put things into context, you may find it helpful to often refer to the following diagram which summarises the key elements of marketing and their relationships:


http://tutor2u.netOverview of the marketing process


MUHAMMAD S.A.W.W THE GREATEST PROPHET OF GOD

I envy the sand that met his feet

I’m jealous of honey he tasted sweet

Of birds that hovered above his head

Of spiders who spun their sacred web

To save him from his enemies

I envy clouds formed from the seas

That gave him cover from the heat

Of a sun whose light could not compete

With his, whose face did shine so bright

That all was clear in blinding night

I envy sightless trees that gazed

Upon his form completely dazed

Not knowing if the sun had risen

But felt themselves in unison

With those who prayed, and fasted too

Simply because he told them to

With truth and kindness, charity

From God who gave such clarity

His mercy comes in one He sent

To mold our hearts more heaven bent

I envy all there at his side

Who watched the turning of the tide

As truth prevailed and falsehood fled

And hope restored life to the dead

Men and Women through him found grace

To seek together God’s noble face

I envy the cup that gave him drink

His thoughts that helped us all to think

To be one thought that passed his mind

Inspiring him to act so kind

For me this world is not one jot

If I could simply be a thought

From him to God throughout the ages

As revelation came in stages

I pity all who think it odd

To hear him say there is one God

Or he was sent by God to men

To hone their spirits’ acumen

It’s pride that blinds us from the sight

That helps good men to see his light

He taught us all to be God’s slaves

And he will be the one who saves

Humanity from sinful pride

Muhammad S A W W has God on his side

So on this day be blessed and sing

For he was born to grace our Spring

With lilies, flowers, life’s rebirth

In a dome of green like his on earth..!
Shaykh Hamza Yusuf-Zaytuni

SWAT

By a sorrow heartedPakistani at arzepakistan :(

ye Aik Amrici bachay nay k jis ky ghar ki chaat par
Qarmazi tail chamakty thay
K jis k lawn mai phoolo ki rangeeni
Shafaq ko mand karti the
K jis ki Maa ka gehra surkh saaya
Apnay Asooda manazir ka
Nihayat eham Ansar tha
ye aik amrici bachay ny
bejijhak Andaaz mai pocha
ma phoolo ki rangeni
shafaq ko manind krti thee
k jis ki Maa ka gehra surkh saya!
apny asoda manazir ka
nihayat eham Ansar tha
bohot hi bejhijak Andaz mai
poocha!!
mama btlayee Rang-e-surkh kiya hai???
ye kaisa hota hai?
mumi boli!!
sani !
ye rang hai khilty gulabo ka
Jawani sy damkty Arzoo ka !
Ras bhary saibo ka !
khwahish ki sharabo ka !
Gulab Asabo ka !
husn ka ! naghmoo ka !
Sazoo ka rubabo ka !
Arz ye rang hai Hasti k sb shadab Baa bo ka!

Hazaro meel us door Sawat deer,Boneer ki Aik khaima basti mai!
k jis mai mousmo ki shiddat ny Rooh-e-Insan bi jala di hai
k jis mai be dari ny apny Angan ki musarrat b jal di hai!
yahi aik Pakistani bacha !
apni Maa sy pocha
Aday ye btlao rang surkh kiya hai?
ye kaisa hota hai?

Aday ny Bikhray baloo ko smaita !
or kuch soch kr boli!!
Zamazo !
Ye rang Surkh tu Aik estearra hai
Ossol-e-Haq pay Marny kaa shadaat k nasaabo ka
Rawan Qadroo sy Takran-e-ka
Jabir kay Attaabo ka
Mukhalif Qwatto ki qehar mani ka
Aqoobat kay Azzaabo ka
Meray seenay kay zakhmoo ka teray baba k Khawabo ka
Teray behan ki Ujrri Mang ka
Rootay shababo ka
Teray bhai kay behtay Khoon mai Ghairat kay jababo ka!
Zameen-e-Admiyat par Halakat kay Kharabo ka !!!.................

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