I just wanted to thank all who nominated me for awards here on WordPress. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to post about each immediately. But your nomination means a lot to me and I’m really honored. I also thank those who invented such idea to foster communication among members of this amazing community.
Wow, Jess. I don’t find the appropriate words to thank you for writing about (me). You made my day 🙂
I’m not the best at telling stories. I believe this picture does a much better job. This is me arriving at the hospital directly from the airport for almost the final goodbye to my Dad.
I’ve been nominated! Help me to win CSS Web Award. Please give the blog a clap on this link.
Life sets us up for a fail. From the get-go we’re taught that the hero always wins, the princess will get her prince and fortune favours the bold.
What we’re not taught is the reality; life, sometimes, stinks.
After spending some time on WordPress, I realized the importance of back links for blogs owners. Since that a lot are doing the same, I’m going to do it too. If you have a WordPress blog, you may please post its URL and title in a comment here; a short description is a plus.
A friend of Prophet Muhammad said: “We were ignorant people who lived like wild animals. The strong among us lived by preying upon the weak. We obeyed no law and acknowledged no authority except for brute force. We worshiped idols that were made of stone or wood. We knew nothing of human dignity. Then God, in His Mercy, sent us His Messenger who was himself one of us. We knew about his truthfulness and integrity. His character was exemplary; and he was also the most well-born of the Arabs. He invited us toward the worship of One God and forbade us from worshiping idols. He exhorted us to tell the truth and to protect: the weak, the poor, the humble, the widows, and the orphans. He ordered us to show respect to women and never to slander them. We obeyed him and followed his teachings.”