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Documentary: Earthrise – Barbados goes green (Video)

info-pictogram1 Earthrise travels to Barbados to see how the tiny island has become a world leader in solar thermal technology.
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NASA Sees Fields of Green Spring up in Saudi Arabia

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Prophet Mohammad صلى الله عليه وسلم said: ” The Hour (of Resurrection) will not occur….. until the land of the Arabs returns to being pastures and rivers.” (Sahih Muslim).

Saudi Arabia is drilling for a resource possibly more precious than oil. Over the last 24 years, it has tapped hidden reserves of water to grow wheat and other crops in the Syrian Desert. This time series of data shows images acquired by three different Landsat satellites operated by NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey.

The picture is taken by NASA and now it’s 2014, the hour is near. are you ready to meet Allah ?

Source: nasa.gov

Color And Its Effects On Your Mood

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By: Jade Small

Source: http://www.the-open-mind.com/color-and-its-effects-on-your-mood/

THE EFFECTS OF COLOUR IN OUR DAILY LIVES

RED

The color red grabs your attention, and increases your blood pressure, pulse and breathing, according to the Paint Quality Institute’s website. Red is the color most often associated with passion and love. Red also can stimulate your appetite, which makes it a good color choice for your dining room. Red clothing can be energizing, and will earn you second looks. Mix red with white, and it transforms into a romantic and relaxing color–pink.

ORANGE

Orange conveys excitement and energy. In ancient cultures, orange was used to heal the lungs and increase energy levels. While orange is attention-grabbing, it also is bright, friendly and reminiscent of beautiful fall colors. Use orange–and its more muted cousin, rust–to create a welcoming room.

YELLOW

Yellow represents sunshine, cheer, optimism and clarity. Yellow enhances concentration, according to InfoPlease.com. Although it usually is considered a cheerful color, yellow can have negative effects. Of all the colors, yellow is hardest on the eyes, and it may stimulate your frustration and anger.

BLUE

Blue, the color of sky and water, represents calmness and serenity. Fashion consultants often recommend wearing blue for a job interview, since it conveys loyalty, reliability and productivity, says David Johnson in the article “Color Psychology” published by InfoPlease.com. You may wish to use this color in your bedroom for its soothing effects. An overabundance of blue, however, can feel cold and depressing.

GREEN

Green, the color of nature, is refreshing and relaxing. Hospitals and doctors’ offices often use green because it’s considered a healing color. Schools and businesses frequently employ this color in their decor for its stress-relieving effects. Green is an easy color to live with in any room of your home.

PURPLE

In its deepest shades, purple conveys richness, majesty and drama. Its connection to royalty dates to ancient times when purple dye was so expensive only by the wealthy could afford it, according to the Institute for Interactive Technology. Choose lighter shades of purple for a creative, feminine and sophisticated room.

BLACK AND WHITE

While black and white may be considered neutral, each has powerful associations of its own. Black can represent power and elegance. You may love wearing black for its sophisticated, slimming effect. In decorating, black can give a room depth. White connotes cleanliness and purity, and, as a wall color, it provides a clean background for other colors.

12 Before-And-After Photos of Autumn’s Beautiful Transformations

Source: boredpanda.com

By: Lina D.

Without stopping to take a look around, we can sometimes miss the transition of our surroundings from summer to autumn. But just in case you’ve been watching the trees change colors, here’s a list of photos that compare various locations before and after they change into their autumn colors.

Besides the nip in the air, the scarves, and the delicious autumn fruits and vegetables, the changing leaves are probably the greatest sign of autumn that there is. Chlorophyll, which is the green pigment in leaves that produces energy for trees, gradually breaks down in the fall, revealing the many other colors that also exist in leaves. That’s where we get the rich browns, oranges, yellows and reds that we associate with the season.

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Abdurraheem Green: Has Science Become a Religion? (Video)

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The Prophet’s (pbuh) favorite color and turban

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By: Abdullah Anik Misra

Sourcehttp://seekersguidance.org/

The color most pleasing to Prophet Muhammad (Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) was green, while some said it was white.  With respect to clothing, the Prophet (peace be upon him) encouraged men to wear white in numerous hadiths.  Thus, according to the sunnah, it is preferred to wear white, as well as black and green. [Ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muhtar]

While wearing a green turban is not a specific sunnah, wearing green garments in general is from the sunnah, so one could wear a green turban to fulfill that.

It is important to note that the Prophet (Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) himself wore different types of clothing from different places, and of different colors and designs, not just one style or color, though there would be nothing wrong if one chose to did this.

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Subhana’llah: Lamprocapnos (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 Also known as the Heart Flower. Native Range: Siberia, Japan, northern China, Korea. This plant prefers moderate shade and rich, moist soils.

Subhana’llah: Dahlia Flower (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 Dahlia flower season begins in early spring and continues though summer into early fall.

An Appeal to the Muslims of UK to Help the people of ‪#‎Gaza‬…long term!

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By: Abdurraheem Green

It was just a few days ago that the death toll in Gaza was reaching a hundred. Now its nearly a thousand with no real end in sight. Netanyahu’s popularity rating in Israel has gone from 57% to 82%! So it seems for the average Isreali the more people in Gaza are killed under the command of their leader the happier with him they are!

This happened two years ago. They attacked Gaza. What has changed? How about the massacre of Sabra and Shatila? That was in 1982. The world was supposed to be outraged, yet the massacres continue. The blockade of Gaza continues. What have we really done to end all this brutality? When will we wake up and realise that sending aid and going on marches will change absolutely nothing.

It may make us feel better about ourselves, and possibly ease the suffering of some for a few months IF we can get the aid through to Gaza in the first place! For sure it is better than nothing but let’s get things in perspective. We can’t even agree to celebrate Eid on the same day! How are we going to solve Gaza, and Syria and so many other crisis that are besetting our lands and people?

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