What is the best story that inspired you?
Question: Mine is a religious one, about Mohammed (PBUH): In Mohammed's (PBUH) city there was a Jewish man who used to throw the trash in front of his house, as a prophet who every one loved he was able to punish that man or even get him out of that Muslim city. One day he didn't find the trash, so he went to visit his Jewish neighbor to check him because he was afraid that something bad happened to him, when we came to his house he fond that man laying on his bed, that man was astonished and he asked him why you care about me. He said because I was afraid that something bad matter you. The Jewish man cried and he converted to Islam as he admired Mohammed's merciful heart.
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:) mine is of UMAR's conversion to islam (may GOD be pleased with him) !!!!! the way he was effected by the message of Quran... when he was angry at his sister for embracing islm n hit her... but when he read the Quran himself... he went straight to muhammad (peace be upon him) n accepted islam.... ...... Quran is the "manual" for gettin success in both the worlds!
To the earlier comment, she clearly did not cut. People were waiting out of the line. And even if she had which she didn't it's still rude to yell and push past someone. I've had a couple bad ones. One of my bad experiences on a bus was really a common courtesy thing. Someone we were with was noticeably pregnant and carrying a sleeping child and had to stand on the bus. I was angry with that, I think that is so ridiculous. I don't understand how people can be like that. Anyone in our group would get up in an instant for a mother carrying a child or a pregnant women. Sometimes it shocks me just how rude people can be. I still love Disney though. One month three weeks till my next trip <3
a woman whose baby recently died brought the baby to the Buddha and begged him to bring the baby back to life Buddha told the woman to go out and bring him a grain of rice from a household which had not experienced the tragedy of death and he would bring the baby back to life after visiting many houses and finding none where tragedy had not visited the woman was enlightened and realized the true nature of life and death, went back to the Buddha, thanked him, and buried the child it goes something like that anyway
Inspiring if I must say so. To the people that disagree......"FIRST THEY IGNORE YOU, THEN THEY LAUGH AT YOU, THEN THEY FIGHT YOU, THEN YOU WIN..." - Gandhi
Mine is also religious it's about someone really loved me truly,loved me when I disobeyed him,loved me to death,he became weak and he is the mighty God,for my sake he died on the cross and took all my sins THIS IS JESUS CHRISTAND HIS EVERLASTING LOVE.the story of my whole life!!So doesn't he deserve to be worshiped?!
You have a distorted sense of history !!! "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness ...," explained the Apostle Paul to the Evangelist Timothy (II Tim. 3:16). The words of the Bible are inspired by God — they are "God-breathed." The Bible is the word of God in print. You might say it is the "Maker's Instruction Book." It is the manual by which the human creation is to be operated. God's written Word explains why the Creator created human beings. It instructs us how to live. It gives instructions on how to handle emergencies and breakdowns — both physically and spiritually speaking. The Bible explains how any person may realize his maximum potential as a human being — how he may achieve "self-actualization."' Nor is the Bible an ordinary book. It is unique in that it contains revealed knowledge. It includes information man could not normally obtain by conventional investigation. Please read more !!! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_Chris... Early Christianity spread from city to city in the Hellenized Roman Empire and beyond. Apostles traveled extensively and establishing communities in major cities and regions throughout the Empire. The original church communities were founded by apostles (see Apostolic see) and numerous other Christians soldiers, merchants, and preachers in northern Africa, Asia Minor, Arabia, Greece, and other places. Over 40 were established by the year 100, many in Asia Minor, such as the seven churches of Asia. By the end of the 1st century, Christianity had already spread to Greece and Italy, some say as far as India, serving as foundations for the expansive spread of Christianity throughout the world.
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