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Sometimes we come across people in our lives who we simply can't live without. I wrote this poem about my best friend in the whole wide world. She gave me hope when I was hopeless, and she was always there for me. It didn't matter to me what others thought of her, because she was my friend and that's all that mattered.I daily thank God for giving me these people who are my angels on earth and who I can know I will always call my friends. Thank you Emily for being who you are, and loving me in the process.

I being a 30 year old woman from Warsaw, Poland; who has found the man I was seeking in my dear teacher. As my dear teacher has found the woman, he was seeking in me; the one he has dubbed "my angel". How things are at present is that which I could describe in long intimate detail of how my dear teacher and I; engage in acts of not only blissful sexuality but true romance along the tender paths of adoration. These being the tales which could fill page after page with how my dear teacher and I, live in the harmonies of each other's affections to create the grand symphony which is our passion for one another yet this is not what I will write about; for it is but a joyous conclusion to what preceded.

Ours being like a present received from each other, containing all the emotions previously kept inside of us yet my tale will focus on how it all.It was on a day like any other and weather the sun was shining or the rain was coming down was not what my mind marked but the visit I paid my friend at the hospital in downtown Warsaw. Gosia, being the name of a friend of mine, who was due to have to cosmetic surgery on her nose. This the only part of her face which she had never been fully been satisfied with though I; in my esteem did not see the need for an operation yet the choice was not mine to make. I however did encourage her by saying that the operation was not something she should refrain from if it was that which she felt strongly about.

On that day, I remember arriving at the hospital sometime after midday and going to the reception area where I was told the room in which my friend was staying at. Thinking back it even seemed strange how at that moment, I started thinking not so much about my friend and her operation but what sort of person she would be sharing her room with and not even what illness he or she might have but if the other patient would be a man or a woman. This causing a strange sensation to come over me that my friend might be sharing her room with an attractive man or perhaps one who was at least interesting; so the three of us might have something to talk about during my visits.

The day after however on the Saturday that followed, I received a terrible surprise when I found out that the bed in which my dear Gianni had been sleeping in; was now being occupied by another patient. The news was like having a bucket of cold water fall over my head, for in all the time we had spoken not once did we exchange contact details, like cell phone numbers or email addresses or even our names on skype. I, even becoming saddened that he had not bothered to leave me any information about himself which might help me contact him in the future. All of which making me feel as if our intimacy and affections had been but illusions of mine which he apparently had not felt at all or at least not to the extent I had.

I, however did take comfort that I had helped a fellow human being recover and had felt something so wonderful for somebody, whose face I had yet to see and though my feelings had not been returned; I still did not regret having had them for this man who had given me so much in affection and in the kindness of his emotions. Gianni, in fact had even left a bouquet of roses which was given to me by one of the nurses with a card containing a message which to my way of thinking marked his very romantic nature in its words "you are the one who saw me through this time of need and I know it will not be long till I see you again as you will finally see me as I am".

Gianni's words at the time were a mystery, as he had been to me all along yet in a strange way, I did feel we would somehow, somewhere see each other again in ways that would not only include my dreams which he had already taken part in.As it turned out, I had not lost my Gianni but simply been separated from him for a short period of time which allowed me to see how much I wanted to be with him. As in the few days that followed not a minute had gone by without my mind holding thoughts of him or my nights not including visions of him and I making love or performing other acts of sexuality or sometimes; simply being together. I, at this point will not go on to tell of how Gianni and I made love not only that night but came to be together; as we still are in our present which includes a relationship of both adoration for each other as well as immense joy. My reasons being that what followed should be clear to the point that it all goes without saying yet I must say, I was surprised to find out that Gianni and Gosia had planned it all from the start.

It being a case that Gianni, had in fact never been sick or even injured but had been pretending all the time, to get my attentions and affections; in the hope that the two of us might fall in love just as we had. I, even feeling slightly irate at both of them yet I have to confess that their plan had made certain sentiments in me come to life, such as my instinct to help people in need and my desire for a tender being; who like myself was seeking for that special person.

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Pakistani New Year is traditionally referred as "Nawrooz" or 'New Day'. Like most of the other countries which celebrates 1st of January as the New Year day, this day is officially declared as New Year in Pakistan. It is a time of celebrations, merriment and revelry. The festival of Nawrooz lasts for nearly six days marked by celebrations and enthusiasm, and passion. People welcome the New Year with the hope that the coming year will be more prosperous, successful and full of happiness as compared to the year gone by. The people of Pakistan usher in the New Year with hope and eagerness and the excitement is quite palpable.

New Year celebrations in Pakistan are marked by a difference due to the diverse and distinct cultural background. Different regions and provinces of the country have their different reasons to celebrate the day and their style of celebrating it may also vary. People in the mountain valleys of Pakistan like the hilly Chitral region observe the New Year as the harvest time of grapes and walnuts. It is better known as 'Mela Chiragan' or 'Basant'. In some parts of the country, the day is welcomed in a traditional manner with religious rituals and prayers being performed in mosques by the people. In popular cities of Pakistan, such as Lahore, Karachi, preparations for the New Year starts days before the arrival of the actual day. Different households welcome the New Year in different manner.

In most of the houses, women folk become busy in cleaning the houses and people buy new clothes and prepare large variety of delightful dishes to entertain the guests and the family members. People also offer prayers or "namaz" at the nearest mosque and greet each other.New Year celebrations begin with the New Year's Eve in Pakistan when gunshots are fired in the air to signify the start of a new year. This is also a time for different art and traditional folk music festivals, which are held to mark the occasion and the festive mood. People look forward to this day with great enthusiasm and optimism. New Year in Pakistan is also the time for resolutions for bringing about more stability and peace in the country.

New year events in Pakistan begin shortly after the new year's eve in Pakistan when gun shots are finavy at air to indicate the start of a new year, its also time of various social events when the people indulge in different art and traditional folk music festivals held to mark the occasion at different community halls usually attended by large gatherings.New year is a big occasion in rural Pakistan particularly because it's the harvest time and meticulously looked forward with great optimism and fun fair. New year in Pakistan is also a time of resolutions and promises for the beginning of a peaceful and eventful year ahead.

Traditional new year celebrations in Pakistan are followed by deep religious rituals. Preparations for the arrival of the new year starts long ahead with the major cities of Pakistan like Lahore, Karachi adorning a festive look. In the different Pakistani households hectic preparations are made where the women folk clean the houses, buy new clothes and prepare wide variety of mouth watering dishes to entertain the guests and the family members. On the first day of the new year in Pakistan the people wear new clothes and offer prayers or 'namaz' at the nearest mosque and wish each other 'happy new year.

New Year's Eve is all about celebration, parties and social gatherings. Whole world welcomes it with breathtaking fire work. Pakistani's celebrate it with indiscriminate and random aerial firing, creating harassment, fear and resulting in injuring over 50 to 100 people. Youngsters march towards beach, display careless biking skills, harasses families esp. when they see women creature.

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 Muslims of the world who gather for the Hajj Pilgrimage ceremonies in Makkah during Dhu al-Hijjah, the twelfth month of Islamic Lunar Calendar can and should look into the difficulties of the Muslim world, strengthen unity among the followers of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W), and seek solutions for the difficulties of Muslims. It is an opportunity to come to know the enemies of Islam and of Muslims. Likewise, in the Ramyeh Jamareh ceremony (throwing stones at the devil) they must seek to exorcise the devil, paying heed that this devil is of two kinds: the devil that resides within the self, and the devil of oppression. 

The face of the idol of our times is different from the idol of the origin of Islam. But in character, it is the same idol. Our present-day idol is materialism, which we must shatter in ourselves. And the outer devil is worldly oppression. This devil endeavors to cause a rift among Muslims, rendering them strangers and enemies to each other. It endeavors to widen differences among Muslims, lead them to wage war against each other, and cause them to use their capital in war rather than in the reconstruction of their societies. This kind of oppression seeks to plunder Muslims wealth and annihilate them.It is up to Muslims in this great international gathering to deliver themselves from polytheists, false deities and global oppressors. Muslims should become united all the more and come to know their enemies better.

This is the political side of the pilgrimage. This is why all oppressors oppose demonstrations at Makkah: they say that we must keep politics and religion separate; we say that to eschew oppression is part of our religion.Eid ul-Adha is second in the series of Eid festivals, after Eid al-Fitr during the Islamic month of Holy Ramadhan that Muslims celebrate across the world at the end of the Hajj pilgrimage in Makkah. It is also referred to as the "Big Bayram" (from Turkish) or "Big Feast." Eid ul-Adha is known as Hari Raya Haji in Singapore and Malaysia, and Tabaski in West Africa. In India, the animal used most often for sacrifice is the goat - which is why the occasion is spoken of in Urdu language as Bakrid or Eid-e-Qurban.

On this day Muslims sacrifice animals which have been deemed Halaal, or fit for sacrifice. They not only eat the meat themselves but distribute it amongst their neighbors, relatives and the poor and hungry.Eid Al-Adha or Eid ul Azha is celebrated on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the twelfth month of Islamic Lunar Calendar, after Hajj pilgrimage to Makkah in Saudi Arabia. The underlying flavor is the spirit of sacrifice or Qurbani, commemorating Prophet Abraham's great act of faith many centuries ago. Almighty God put Prophet Abraham to a most difficult trial, the details of which are described in the Glorious Qur'an. During this day, men, women, and children are expected to dress in their finest clothing. For the millions at Hajj pilgrimage, it is a big day.

On this day, the pilgrims reach the grounds of Mina where they sacrifice an animal. It was here that Prophet Abraham is believed to have sacrificed his son Prophet Ishmael. The pilgrims then shave their heads.The charitable instincts of the Muslim community are demonstrated during Eid ul-Adha by the concerted effort to see that no impoverished Muslim is left without sacrificial food during this day. Coming immediately after the Day of Arafat (when Prophet Muhammad pronounced the final seal on the religion of Islam), Eid ul-Adha gives concrete realization to what the Muslim community ethic means in practice.

I turn my face to the Creator of the of the heavens and the earth, on the religion of Ibrahim, worshipping only Allah, 'and he Ibrahim was not of the idolators'. Indeed my prayer, my rituals, my life and my death are for Allah, the Lord of Worlds, He has no partner, and with this I was commanded and I am from the Muslims. O Allah! [It is] from You and to You, on behalf of Muhammad [peace and blessings of Allah upon him] and his ummah. In the Name of Allah, Allah is the Greatest.'
Then he slaughtered.If one is incapable of slaughtering by oneself, he gives the animal to someone who is and he witnesses the slaughter.It is preferable (mustahab) for the one who is sacrificing to give the skin of the animal in charity. He may use it for himself, but he may not sell it or use it to pay the slaughterer with it.

We celebrate Eid-ul-Adha on the 10th of Zul- Hijja as a commemoration of Prophet Ibrahim's (PBUH) willingness to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to Allah. God appeared in a dream to Ibrahim (PBUH) and told him to sacrifice his most beloved (son Isma'il). When his son was old enough to walk with him, Ibrahim said: "0 my dear son, I have seen in a dream that I must sacrifice thee. Tell me what you think". He replied, "Father, do as you are bidden. Allah willing, you shall find me faithful" (Sura Al Saffat: 37.100-102). The father and his beloved son walked side by side. A young boy possessed forbearance and the old man (Prophet Ibrahim) was full of determination and spirit to complete submission to Allah. Their purpose was to carry out the orders of their God. Nothing else was dearer to them than the service to Allah.

The first House of Allah, the Ka'bah was erected by the Prophet Adam (PBUH). It was reconstructed by the Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) and the Prophet Isma'il (PBUH) (Ref: Sura Al- Baqara: 2-125). The Muqam-e-Ibrahim is still outside the enclosure. It is a place of marble-like stone on which he stood to raise the walls of the sanctuary at Mecca. This stone contains the sunken imprints of the feet of the great Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH)). The Holy Qur'an testifies to the hallowed sanctity of this stone by declaring it to be one of the Signs of Allah. "Lord! Make this (Mecca) a land of safety. Preserve me and my descendants from worshipping idols. (Surah: Al-Ibrahim, 14:35).Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) lived for 175 years. His life was full of happenings, tests and trials. He had a firm faith in Allah. He never missed a moment's rest in calling for the message of Allah. He gained millions of believers. After death, Prophet Ibrahim was buried in Hebron, twenty miles south-west of Jerusalem.

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 The Islamic calendar (known as the Hijri calendar) is a purely lunar calendar. It contains 12 months that are based on the motion of the moon. Because 12 synodic months are only 12 x 29.53= 354.36 days, the Islamic calendar is consistently shorter than a solar year, and therefore shifts approximately 11 days every year with respect to the Gregorian calendar. There are an estimated 3-6 million Muslims in America. While American Muslims are from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds-- including African-American, South Asian, Arab, African, Persian, European, Southeast Asian and Turkish--they may have additional ethnic or national holidays in addition to the religious holidays we describe below.

Eid al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year, since the Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar and the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar. This difference means Eid al-Adha moves in the Gregorian calendar approximately 11 days every year. The date of Eid al-Adha may also vary from country to country depending on whether the moon has been sighted or not.

Eid is also about spending time with family and friends, sacrifice, and thanksgiving for being able to afford food and housing. In traditional or agrarian settings, each family would sacrifice a domestic animal, such as a sheep, goat, cow, or camel, by slaughter (though some contemporary Muslims do not sacrifice an animal as part of their observance, it is still a very popular tradition, even in Muslim communities in Europe). The meat would then be divided into three equal parts to be distributed to others. The family eats one third, another third is given to other relatives, friends or neighbours, and the other third is given to the poor as a gift.Muslims celebrate the festival of Eid- Ul –Adha with lot of enthusiasm, enjoying each and every moment. On this day Muslims dress themselves in new clothes. Early in the morning prayers are recited by them to remember God and then the day beings with the breakfast of Sheer Korma.

Soon after the breakfast the animal is forfeited and then the meat of the slaughtered animal is distribute among the neighbors, friends, family and poor people. It is believed that the meat of the sacrificed animal must be distributed in three equal parts among neighbors and friends, family members and poor people.
Muslims greet each other with well wishes for the festival along with the meat of the slaughtered animal. Muslims spend time with their near and dear ones to spread love and happiness all around.In the evening Muslims visit to the places of their near and dear ones and celebrate the festival. Delicious food and drinks are served to all those people who visit Muslim places on this festival.

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