Carnivorous plants can live on the ground or in the water. Just like other plants, carnivorous plants obtain energy in the process of photosynthesis. They absorb sunlight and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to create food (sugar). Lifespan depends on the species, but some carnivorous plants can survive up to 50 years in the wild.
This is a poem highlighting how to obtain the victory we have all longed for. It is a revolution, a revolution to move towards the path of Allah. For far too long we have waited it is now time for the nation of Muhammad (pbuh) to awaken.
As we all pass through life looking at people and materialistic things around us, we often tend to look at people above us and desire to be like them. But Islam advises us to look at those below us and feel content with what Allah (SWT) has provided us.
Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick was born in the United States of America and accepted Islam in Canada in 1970. He pursued his study of Islam at the Islamic University of Madinah in Saudi Arabia where he graduated and received an Ijaza from the College of Da’wah and Islamic Sciences in 1979. He later completed a Masters Degree and a Doctorate in History at the University of Toronto in Canada. For three years, he was a regular columnist in the Religion page of Canada’s largest paper, the Toronto Star as well as a special advisor to the Royal Ontario Museum and the Ontario Science Centre.
Shaykh Abdullah has served as Imam, Daa’ee, teacher and counselor in the USA, Canada, the West Indies and South Africa. He has traveled to over 58 countries on lecture, research and educational tours.
Presently he is Director of the Discover Islam Centre in Cape Town, South Africa as well as a Senior Lecturer at Discover Islam’s Institute.