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Which animals and insects have been named in the Quran?

Approximately 35 animals have been named in the Quran; the birds and insects of which are:

Salwa (سلوی)=The quail (Baqarah:57), Ba’uth (بعوض)=Mosquito (Baqarah:26), Dhubab (ذباب)=Fly (Hajj:73), Nahl (نحل)=Honeybee (Nahl:68), Ankabut (عنکبوت)=Spider (Ankabut:41), Jarad (جراد)=Grasshopper (A’raf:133), HudHud (هدهد)=Hoopoe (Naml:20), Ghurab (غراب)=Crow (Ma’idah:31), Ababil (ابابیل)= probably ‘Swallow’ (Fil:3), Naml (نمل)=Ant (Naml:18), Farash (فراش)=Butterfly (Al-Qari’ah), Qummal (قمّل)=Flea (A’raf:133).


Also, other animals have been mentioned in the Quran which are as follows:


Qirdah (قرده)=Monkey (Baqarah:65), Bighal (بغال)=Mule (Nahl:16), Ghanam/Na’jah/Dha’n/Ma’z (غنم/نعجه/ضأن/معز)=Sheep (An’am:143-146 and Sad:23-24), Dhi’b (ذئب)=Wolf (Yusuf:15), Ba’ir (بعیر) and Jamal (جمل)=Camel (Yusuf:65; A’raf:40…), Qaswarah (قسورة)=Lion (Muddathir:51), Kheyl (خیل)/Jiyad (جیاد)(plural of جواد)/Safinat (صافنات)(plural of صافنة)=Horse (Nahl:8; Sad:51), Baqar (بقر)=Cow (Baqarah:70), Ijl (عجل)=Calf (Hud:69), Hayyah (حیة)=Snake (Taha:20), Thu’ban (ثعبان)=Python (A’raf:107), Himar/Hamir (حمار/حمیر)=Donkey (Nahl:8; Baqarah:259), Khinzir (خنزیر)=Pig (Baqarah:173), Kalb (کلب)=Dog (A’raf:176), Nun/Hut (نون/حوت)=Fish (Anbiya:87; Kahf:63), Dhafadi’ sin. Dhifda’ (ضفادع)=Frog (A’raf:133), Fil (فیل)=Elephant (Fil:1). The Quran has also mentioned the names of different types of camels such as: بحیره/سائب/حام/وصیله (Ma’idah:103).

Do they not know that Allah accepts repentance from his servants

Khadijah listened as her aunt tearfully complained to them about her miserable situation. She was saying, “So you see, I have received nothing for my trouble. Both of my children disregard all that I have suffered for their sake. I sold my last gold ornament to send my daughter abroad. I have mortgaged my house twice to enable my son to become a doctor. I sold a valuable carpet so that I could buy a colour T .V. to please my daughter. Do they appreciate or even remember such sacrifices? No. My son wants me to stay away from his home since his wife can’t tolerate my presence in the company of her aristocratic visitors. She says she wants to be free in my son’s house, as if I deprived her of her freedom.”

“I thought that my daughter would be happy to have me live in her house. She is my only daughter. You remember how I helped her to live a life free from worry. Do you know how she treated me in return? Like a maid in her service who should clean her house for her and look after her child while she and her husband spent their time at theaters and clubs. Yesterday, she was out until one in the morning. Her child cried and cried and I couldn’t calm him. When she finally came home, I was tired and complained about her behavior. I wanted her to treat me like her mother, not like a servant or a baby sitter….”

“Can you guess what she said to me? Without any shame, she told me that since she gave me shelter and food, I had no cause to complain. She also told me that she valued her freedom and was not ready change for the sake of either her child or her mother.”

She wept bitterly, unable to continue. Khadijah gave her something to drink and Khadijah’s mother tried to comfort her sister. Khadijah told her aunt gently, “…It is a pity that you have taken so much trouble to raise your children. You have brought them up in such away that you yourself produced the present state of affairs. You thought that your daughter’s happiness could be found in unlimited freedom, and, as a result, she did not learn what her responsibilities were towards you. You helped her neglect her religious duties. Your methods have backfired. She enjoyed life to the utmost without the least concern for Allah, and she forgot the high position Allah the almighty has assigned to a mother. She forgot the Qur’anic verse: “And your Lord has commanded that you shall not serve but Him, and goodness to your parents. If either or both of them reach old age with you, reprimand them not, nor chide them, and speak to them a generous word. And make yourself submissively gentle to them with compassion and say: Oh, my Lord! Have compassion on them as they brought me up”. (Al Isra verses 23,24)

And the Qur’anic verse: “…and keep up prayer, surely prayer is timed ordinance for the believers” (Al-Nisa verse 103)

“You should have taught her the verse in the Holy Qur’an concerning hijab,” continued Khadijah, “…and let them (women) wear their covering over their bosoms and not display of their ornaments… (Al-Nisa verse 31)

“The result of being raised with no regard to religious duties is always deviation from the right path. There is a great difference between one who spends long hours watching television and indecent films and a person who spends his nights reading religious books which tell him that caring for parents is equal to worshipping Allah, and that Paradise lies at the feet of mothers. You have sold your gold ornament,” she continued, “and sent your daughter abroad, but you have forgotten that such travel can uproot all good instincts still buried within her conscience. She has returned to you a figure empty of compassion.”

Her aunt sighed deeply and said, “You are quite right, Khadijah. It is my own fault, but I have realized this too late. I followed my husband’s advice, which was to raise my children free of all complexes, and to allow them to have whatever they desired. Now, I see how mistaken I have been. Your parents, who brought you up with much attention to religious instructions, are quite happy with you.” Khadijah replied, “They are happy as well with my husband and with my brother’s wife. My husband encourages me to fulfil my duty towards my parents in order to please Almighty Allah.”

Her aunt then said, “I wish I had chosen a righteous husband for my daughter to help her rid herself of all deviation. She should not have married a man who gambles and drinks.”

Khadijah then asked, “Why did you agree to such a marriage?”

“It was his expensive car that attracted my daughter, and the high dowry impressed me and prompted me to accept him as a son-in-law,” replied her aunt. Sorrowfully, Khadijah said, “Oh, how frank you are, dear aunt! It is a pity that you have realized the truth too late. May Allah save you from this loss, since you admit your fault.”

The aunt spent a week in her sister’s house, and during that time neither her daughter nor her son showed any concern for her well-being. Khadijah’s mother wanted her sister to live with them, but their house was small. The aunt was seriously pressed for a place to live. One morning, Khadijah and her husband said to her, “Please come and stay with us. We really would like to have you. Don’t disappoint us.”

“Oh, I am a broken-hearted woman. What can I do for you ?” her aunt replied. Then she accepted their kind offer gratefully. Khadijah mentioned a narration of the Prophet of Islam (SAWS) in this regard, which states: A Muslim believer came to the Prophet (SAWS) and asked what he could do to please Allah. The Prophet (SAWS) asked him if he had a mother, and the man said: “No”. Then the Prophet (SAWS) asked if he had an aunt, and he answered: ” Yes”. The Prophet (SAWS) recommended that he should look after her and love her because she had the same position as mother. The aunt feared that she would be a burden to them.

But Khadijah’s husband said, “Please do not say such a thing. I lost my mother too early in life to enjoy her love and care. Perhaps Allah has sent you to make up for that loss. You can live with us and you can receive your son and daughter here whenever you like.”

Khadijah’s mother, who was seated nearby, said, “They are quite serious about wanting you to live with them. I would be very happy to know that you are near my daughter.”

The aunt moved to her new home and was comfortable and at ease for the first time in her life. She never felt like an intruder, and Khadijah accompanied her when she attended religious meetings. The aunt benefited very much from these meetings and enhanced her religious knowledge. She compared Khadijah’s happy marriage to her daughter’s. She could feel the harmony and spiritual understanding between Khadijah and her husband, and recalled her daughter’s life, which was full of quarrels resulting from jealousy, selfishness and indifference. She could easily differentiate between the normal, healthy life of her niece and the disturbed, unnatural one of her daughter. She could do nothing but pray to Allah to guide her daughter and son to the right path.

Early one morning a few months later, the doorbell rang continuously, and Khadijah hurried to open it. She was surprised to see her cousin standing at the door, carrying her child in her arms. Her eye was black and she looked pale. Khadijah welcomed her cousin and took her to her mother’s room. The mother was surprised to see her daughter, and she rushed towards her to take her in her arms. She thought that her daughter longed to see her and she had regretted her past behaviour. But her daughter sat down on the nearest chair without the faintest idea of her mother’s feelings.

The daughter said, “My husband has turned me out of our house, as if I were a piece of used furniture that could be replaced.” Her mother’s face grew pale and she said, “He turned you out? When? How?”

Her daughter replied, “Oh, mother. You know how he is. He returns home late every evening, quite drunk. He throws himself on the bed dead with sleep. When I object to his behaviour, he reminds me of our deal that we should respect each other’s freedom. I can do nothing but keep silent, since this idea of freedom was my wish from the beginning. But things have grown worse recently. He has started to help himself by my salary and deprived me of my rights in my house.

“Yesterday he said he would no longer tolerate the chains of marriage and made me leave my own home. I spent the night in the garden. I have nowhere to go! My only brother won’t allow me to stay in his house. I have none to turn to but you.”

Her mother did not know what to say. She thought her niece was kind enough to have her in her house. Could she bring someone else to live with her? It was too much a favor to ask. Khadijah, who had heard everything, knew of her aunt’s hidden suffering. She decided to save her the trouble. She told her cousin, “You have done the correct thing by coming to your mother. She will be happy to have you with her until things get better.”

The distraught young woman thanked her cousin for her kind help and said, “Oh, how grateful I am to you, Khadijah! You have been so kin d to my mother. Now you are doing me a great favor.”

Khadijah smiled and said, “Oh, don’t say such things. You should consider this house as your own.” The aunt was so moved that she rushed to Khadijah and kissed her. She said, “How wonderful you are, my dear! What great faith you have.”

Khadijah whispered into her ear, ” Please aunt, tell your daughter to wear her hijab as long as she is in our house.” The aunt answered immediately, “Oh, yes, I have Already decided to do so.”

She settled herself near her daughter and said “I have never felt such comfort in my life as I feel here. I have found in your cousin Khadijah and her husband love and care that I never found in you and your brother. You are my own children, but you showed ingratitude towards me, while my niece and her husband flood me with kind feelings. I wish you knew the reason.” She was silent for a while. Then her daughter said, “Oh, mother, surely it is faith in Allah and His Pleasure that dominates their life, while we lack such faith.”

“Praise is due to Allah the Almighty that you have realized the truth by yourself I” said her mother. “Therefore, you should start to show regret for the past and return to religion by first wearing your hijab.” The daughter looked down at the floor and was silent. Then Khadijah said “..I think she has found out what happens when one neglects one’s religion. She now feels the importance of Islamic ethics.”

Her cousin looked up at her and said “You are right, Khadijah. I am tired of this life of pretence. I need someone to lead me and teach me true faith and real salvation with no submission to other’s wishes and desires. But I can’t help wondering what people will say about me.”

Khadijah replied, “You always tried to please people in the past, which made you their slave. You have gained nothing from that but false happiness. You have wasted years, running the wrong way. Now, it is time for you to come back to your religion and understand Islamic values in order to gain happiness in this life and the Hereafter.”

“Will Allah accept my repentance after years of deviation?”, her cousin asked.

“Yes, of course, Allah loves those who repent and hates those who insist on doing wrong.” Then Khadijah recited the Qur’anic verse: “Do they not know that Allah accepts repentance from his servants and takes the alms, and that Allah is All Compassionate? Say: Work and Allah will see your (good) work and so will His Apostle and the believers …” (Bara’at, verses 104, 105)

The cousin spent a few weeks with her mother. She was greatly affected by Khadijah’s strong faith. Khadijah did her best to help her, and she gave her some Islamic books that she read and discussed later. Khadijah’s cousin eventually became a good Muslim, and she knew she could no longer live with a man addicted to drinking and gambling. She filed for divorce. She gave up all her rights to her home in return for keeping her only child. She intended to raise him to be a good believer.



The Commander of the Faithful Imam Ali (MGB) said:

“The Blessed the Sublime God told Moses (MGB): ‘O Moses! Follow my advice to you regarding four issues:

– First, try not to find faults with others as long as you do not know whether or not your own sins are forgiven;

– Second, do not worry about your share of daily bread as long as you know that my treasures are not finished.

– Third, do not place hope in other’s help as long as you know My Kingdom is lasting.

– Fourth, do not feel secure from the plans of Satan for as long as Satan exists.’”

Al-Khisal(Sheikh Sadooq)

Facebook / Online behavior ethics

Facebook / Online behavior ethics

Our children in teens are getting on internet & its impossible to supervise or deny access

Facebook twitter /social sites etc are part of their lives

Most of them are unaware what they can do & how they should avoid falling into sins or situations which can lead to sin.

This has been a western problem for a longer time & hence there would be some content already available on this subject

Your help is required in compiling ‘Guidelines’ so that they can be given to our children who if advised / cautioned by Ulamaa would probably follow those guidelines.

1)Two Lectures by Shaikh Salim Yusufali   2) Lecture by Moulana Syed Mohamed Rizvi   3) Saying NO a pps

4)  Hijab page   5 ) Some relevant Q&A 6)Hijabi =putting pics on facebook?

1)Two Lectures by Shaikh Salim Yusufali

1) Br Shaikh Salim Yusufali has given a lecture on the subject linked below with some documentation as well

Listen here

it was an interactive session & the 10 perspectives are given here

Perspective 1: Importance of having a reason behind why we do things

The Prophet (s) advises Abu Dharr:

      O Abu Dharr! Do everything you do with a  purpose and an intent (a niyyah ), even  sleeping and eating.

Why do we use facebook? Just bored, just because, everyone else does it

What would be a good niyyah to have?

Perspective 2: Making good use of your free time

Prophet (s) advises Abu Dharr (r.a.):

O Abu Dharr! Make use of five things  before they are replaced by five things:

Your youthful days before old age, your health before your sickness, your independence before your dependence, your free time before you get busy, and your life before your death

Imam Ali (a) describing the believers: They were patient for a few days, and their end result is a long comfortable rest. They had a profitable transaction  that their lord made easy for them.

Perspective 3: Avoiding worship of celebrities and others false gods

Why do you worship that which neither hears nor sees, and is of no avail to you in any way? (Surah Maryam (19), 42)

We carried the Children of Israel across the sea, whereat they came upon a people cleaving to certain idols that they had. They said, ‘O Moses, make for us a god like the gods that they have.’ He said, ‘You are indeed an ignorant lot. What they are engaged in is indeed bound to perish, and what they have been doing shall come to naught.’ He said, ‘Shall I find you a god other than Allah, while He has graced you over all the nations?’  (Surah A’araaf (7), 138-140)

Perspective 4: Maintain your reputation

From Imam Ridha (a): A believer is not a believer unless…he protects his own secrets.

Imam Ali (a): Do not publicize your evil deeds for doing so is among the most severe of sins.

From the Prophet (s): Everyone from my ummah is mu`aafaa (capable of being in a state of well-being) except the mujaahireen – those who commit a sin by night which their Lord conceals and then in the morning they tell someone, “Yesterday I did so-and-so.”

Perspective 5: Don’t be arrogant

Indeed Allah does not like any swaggering braggart. (Luqman (31), 18)

From Imam Ali (a):

How can a human being possibly be arrogant? His beginning is a drop of seminal fluid, his end is a corpse, he can’t provide himself with sustenance, nor can he repel death.

Perspective 6: Speaking with non-Mahrams

From a fatwa by Imam Khumayni: A woman can talk to a non-mahram man given the conditions below:

·        Not for out of a desire to satisfy one’s lustful pleasure

·        No chance of falling into haraam

·        Not with intention of enticing that man into doing something haraam

·        Not speak in a way that is arousing, for example making her voice thin and soft and inviting so that he desires her

·        Not say things that are arousing

And overall, for a woman to speak with a non-mahram man in conditions where the benefit does not outweigh the potential harm is makrooh.

Perspective 7: Looking at non-Mahrams

From the Prophet (s): ‏O Ali, the first glance is for you while the second is against you and not for you.

From hadith: If you look illegally at someone else’s non Mahram, someone will look at yours.

From the risalah: Looking at someone with lust or fear of falling into haram is haram.

Perspective 8: Hijab

From the risalah: It is wajib on a woman to

·        cover her body except for her face and hands

·        not be wearing something be considered an ornament

·        not be wearing something provocative

·        not display the shape of those body parts that a man will find attractive in front of non mahram men.

Perspective 9: Guarding your women (Ghayrat)

From the Prophet (s): When a woman leaves her home, decked up and perfumed…and her husband his content with this, for each step that she takes, a house in hell is built for her husband. 

Imam Ali (a): Women are flowers…

Perspective 10: Minding your own business and not backbiting

O you who have faith! Avoid much suspicion. Indeed some suspicions are sins. And do not spy on or backbite one another. Will any of you love to eat the flesh of his dead brother? You would hate it. And be wary of Allah; indeed Allah is all-clement, all-merciful. (Surah Hujuraat (49), 12

Lecture 2 – Gender Interaction – Hayaa from the Quran & their Application to Facebook – Sheikh Salim Yousufali – Ramadhan 18 143 listen here:

Mainly covering the Interaction of Prophet Moses(as) with the Daughters of Prophet Shuaib (as) when he entered Madyan & found them not mixing with the male members at the watering place , the words chosen by Allah swt in the Quran Ayats referring to this incident

2) Lecture on the subject by Moulana Syed Mohamed Rizvi.

Listen here also Mp3 file click here

3 ) Saying NO -Prophet Yusuf (as) Model pps

4 ) Hijab Page

5)Chatting with a na-mahram on the internet and making Girl friends. Some Q&A

Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Fazel Lankarani ….
Q1: Is it permissible for a girl to chat with a na-mahram on the internet?
A1: If there is a fear that a girl or a boy may be drawn towards sin, it is not permissible. Normally chatting ends up in a sin for both sides.
Q2: Is it permissible for a boy to have a girl friend?
A2: It is not permissible for a boy to make girl friends as he might fall into a sin or indulge in sinful acts.
you can refer http://www.lankarani…/eng/index.html
Reply Of Nayab Ayatullah Sistani Huujatul islam Sayyid mooswi
Question: salamunalikum is chatting on net with na mahram is haram? i am in taqleed of ayatullah seestani? Ah
Answer: Assalamu alaikum wr wb Chatting with Na Mahram is Haraam , whether online or on phone or face to face, or by writting letters or emails, etc, unless it is in a necessary matter like learning essential skils, taking medical or legal advice, etc. Wassalamu alaikum wr wb
Ref: http://www.themaliks…on.asp?faq=3111
Question: there was a question of are we allowed to talk to brothers on msn and you answered as no. but wat if that brother was a cousin or family friend from overseas and you want to ask how everything is going? and are we completly forbidden to talk to them (males) or only about unlawful topics? wat if u want to talk about wat they want to do for their weekend?
Answer: Assalamu alaikum wr wb Talking with opposite sex is allowed in necessary matters and not just chatting and passing time. It is Haraam to talk in any way which may lead to intimate feeling from any of them. Wassalamu alaikum wr wb
Rulings of Grand Ayatullah Sistani
Social Interaction
Q5) Can males and females work together in an organization or not?
A5) If there is fear of falling in sin, it is not permissible.
Q6) I was wondering if it is haram to go to a party where girl’s as well as boys attend. The girls may be dressed inappropriately but no drinking is involved?
A6) Based on obligatory precaution, it is not permissible, unless an illicit act is not carried out.

Q7) I wanted to know about friendship norms in Islam about females?
A7) Friendship with her is not permissible. Because in such friendship man is not immune from sin.

Q9) Are shaking of hands with girls allowed?
A9) It is not permissible.

Hijabi? Putting Pictures on Facebook?

Ever seen a Hijabi posting her most beautiful pictures on Facebook? I have. And it’s completely beyond my understanding. Before everyone concludes I’m an extremist of some sort, I’ll admit that I’m on Facebook too, and at some point, I have also posted my pictures up. But that’s when I discovered that several months of Facebook usage still does not empower most of us with the ability to conquer the privacy settings on our profiles, if they were ever of any use to start with.

Sure, we all want to show our friends how drop dead gorgeous we were looking at some party we went to. We also want to prove to our non-Hijabi friends how we resemble those supermodels on TV when we dress up for the "Halal prom". We also want to amaze our non-Muslim female friends with the awesome hairstyles and colors under our Hijab. In all honesty, we just want to have some fun and share our exciting Kodak moments with our friends, right?

I once spoke to a fellow Hijabi about posting pictures of herself without Hijab on Facebook, MSN, and other online social networking services. She said, "I know that there will always be the possibility of non-mahrams seeing my pictures while my friends are looking at them, but it’s their responsibility to take care of my Hijab, I trust them. I guess I’m just one of those girls who don’t like thinking outside the box."

Pure intentions aside, since when has there been the Islamic exception of trusting others with our Hijab? And what does thinking outside the box have to do with anything? If others were trustworthy enough to take care of our Hijab, then I’d never have come across those online photos of posing Hijabis featuring the religious leader’s wife without Hijab in the background.

Fortunately, 50 percent of Hijabis are wise enough to avoid posting non-Hijabi pictures on such public websites. But the number of Hijabis who make their profile pictures (which can usually be accessed by the entire Facebook network) a picture of themselves is simply overwhelming. Of course, it is technically "permissible" for non-mahrams to see us while we are in Hijab, but the majority of Hijabis are so dolled up in their display pictures that it seems as though someone forced a headscarf on the winner of America’s Next Top Model.

Of course, sisters are not alone when it comes to the competition of who looks the hottest in their Facebook display picture. The brothers have been quick to catch on. Posing with their Versace sunglasses and slick t-shirts (if they are wearing one at all), down to the core of the matter, it has become a game of impressing anyone and everyone, as long as you’re on Facebook.

But the photo album disease is also spreading far and wide with the adults too! The number of parents who are posting pictures of their children is absolutely terrifying. It’s understandable that parents want to show off their beautiful children to their friends; however, it goes without saying that many of these parents are not exactly quite tech-savvy and not too proficient when it comes to privacy settings, thereby often leaving their children’s pictures publicly accessible by any and all weirdos.

Furthermore, according to a report by the BBC, a team of researchers from Cambridge University analyzed sixteen social networking websites and discovered that some sites, including Facebook, stored photos of users and allowed them to be viewed by others, even after the user deleted them. They did this by uploading pictures and noting down the image URLs. "When checked 30 days later, these links continued to work for seven of the sites, even though a typical user might think the photos had been removed," the researchers found. Despite all the privacy settings and limitations we may try and implement to our Facebook and other online profiles, more likely than not there will always be a loophole in the system, a fact that many of us are quite oblivious to.

Another classic example of privacy settings gone wrong is adding an application or taking certain quizzes on Facebook, which give the creator access to our entire profile, including all our private photos and the "public link" on our albums, which gives anyone who has this link complete access to all our "hidden" pictures.

While there are multiple benefits of having pictures on Facebook, including "so my friends know it’s me who is adding them" and "my relatives overseas want to see what I look like", it’s quite a risky business. Accessible from Google, the entire process of having our pictures downloaded and saved on someone’s computer takes only a few seconds. It is very possible that a Hijabi sister’s cute profile picture of her having a good time with friends might very well end up in the hands of an overzealous matchmaker in the community and ogled over by dozens of boys around the globe, and vice versa.

The essence of Hijab is simple: to conceal as much as possible and only display our beauty when absolutely necessary. If Facebook profile pictures were an absolutely necessary place for Muslims girls, boys, and adults to post their most stunning and attractive pictures for the whole world to see, then I guess I’ve been slow to jump on

The Advantages of Essay Writing

The Advantages of Essay Writing

Hani AbidiIn the present scenario, writing essays have again become a common way to express our thoughts, views and experiences. It has also made us able to discuss various topics in a better manner.  The essay writing also plays a role of deep importance in maintaining the analytical and logical way of understanding and learning new as well as effective things in our daily life. It also let us to make our thoughts capable of learning new things from history. We can even easily understand the causes of our failures by developing the habit of essay writing as a part of our life. These all things happen just because this habit of essay writing brings us even closer to literature and hence to Nature. Such habits also teach us the new ways to express ourselves by taking the learning from the Nature.

If we move few years ago, the traditions of essay writing dramatically went down. People kept themselves busy in different activities profusely. Such activities could never become helpful for an individual to make able to swim in the pool of useful imaginations and thoughts. Whenever the need of writing or reading essays came across for any reason, the majority of people used to buy essay by referring the books of different writers.

In the olden period, people were even closer to Nature and used to feel easy to express themselves even in  the odd circumstances. Hence the life of that time was quiet easy going, which also helped in preventing the misunderstandings and misconceptions  taking place under small discussions.

Those habits of writing essay are again increasing in the present days. Blog writing, web page writing, advertisement writing etc. are really motivating the lost traditions of writing essay. Now people buy essay referring different books written by various writers not only to read it but also to learn the new ways to express themselves.

Such things has also motivated every individuals go for even more custom essay instead of the traditional one. It has also invented a new way of dissertation which in fact is really helpful to make the essay writing a complete one and hence increases its quality.

That is why it concludes that the essay reading along with the essay writing both brings every individuals closer to Nature increasing their own analytical and imagination power and helps to express themselves in a better manner, even in odd conditions.

By: Syed Hani Abidi

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