Wishing a Happy Mawlid al –Nabi to all Muslims

Today is 12 Rabi ul Awal,   All Muslims are celebrating the Prophet’s Muhammad (PBUH) Birthday, and his miraculous Life.

May the blessing of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) be with us in our heart and home always!

May his enlightened message, guide us on the path of peace, kindness & humanity!

All Muslims must follow Prophet’s Muhammad (PBUH), his exceptional and superlative life and his message of compassion towards all fellow beings.

Remember me in your Prayers….

Muslims status in the World:

There is a lot going on in the World against Muslims. Nowadays unfortunately, Muslims are facing false propaganda about Islam and lot more… What should Muslims do under this situation? What we will do if Muslims are fighting and killing Muslims? First of all, all Muslims should be united; our complaints are not valid if Muslims are not united.

Muslims should not be divided in different religious groups. All Muslims believe in Allah and his holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and follow Qur’an.

Prophet’s Muhammad (PBUH) and his life is an example for all Muslims. Follow his life, follow his messages; Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the last messenger of Allah. This is very true.

There are some more points to discuss about Muslims status in the World, but not at this very religious and happy occasion.

Some photographs of Prophet’s Muhammad (PBUH) old house in Mecca, using it as a library now.

   

For the help of Rohingya’s Muslims

All Muslim Countries Alliance for the help of Rohingya’s Muslims

It is not too late for creating all Muslims Countries Alliance for this great cause.

Since now, we all know that what is going on with Rohingya’s Muslims. In recent months, thousands and thousands of Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh amid a military crackdown on insurgents in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state. There are lot of horrifying stories of rapes, killings and house burnings are coming through media. Rohingya’s are suffering “mass atrocities” perpetrated by security forces in the northern part of Rakhine state.

I am not talking this matter on the basis of religion. Situation of Rohingya’s Muslims need to be considered on Humanitarian basis. They are all human being; they are all rejected by the country they call home and unwanted by its neighbours. Bangladesh is not accepting them. Thousands of people have already been departed. Remaining Rohingya’s Muslims are impoverished, in a very bad condition, no home, no shelter, no food, no clothing, virtually they are stateless.

Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel peace laureate and political leader, her failure to defend the Rohingya is extremely disappointing. There are many investigations has been done, but all hopeless.

All world’s leaders and Humanitarian activist organizations are helping to some extent, but this support is not enough. We really need to do more for Rohingya’s Muslims. I am in Canada, and know Canadian government has donated by 12.1 Million dollars (read more); many organizations are working very well privately.  I know about the help of Turkish govt. also few more Muslims countries, but I don’t know about Pakistani government, what’s the planning about Rohingya’s Muslims help.

This is very tough and uncomfortable time for Rohingya’s Muslims. At least all Muslims Countries need to be united on one platform for help and solve Rohingya’s Muslims problems. I hope my voice will be heard and will achieve positive response from all Muslims world leaders that they will be together and will take action and make serious decisions for this purpose. I also hope Pakistan will lead all countries. Ameen.

 

Message from Dr. Alia Nawaz

I stopped posting anything on my website because of a controversial quote that was posted last month. It was discussed and criticized a lot in public, even on government level. I have received several emails, so I need to explain my point of views about this quote.

Quote: “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” —John Quincy Adams

This is very wise saying and it is from famous world leader.

My interpretations of this quote:

If I take it personally, for me to do more is a very optimistic sign, more expectation based on my capability. I do not feel any insult for doing more. There is no ego for doing more, I should be grateful to God that I possess power and ability to do more, that is why people are asking me for the same because they know that I can do more. (We must have right direction to do more for completing our plans and missions, otherwise we will not achieve positive results.

If you are doing more, you are doing for your Yourself, for better Life, for the best  Leadership, for your Family, for betterment of your Kids’ future, for better Business, for better City, for better Nation, for better Country and for better World. This quote realizes your capability that how you can become more, how you can take people with you, how your leadership qualities make you popular that everyone follows you, you can make crowd around you. How you can change or make this world a better place for everyone.  Alia

I think this is more than enough to write about it.

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Do It once and Do It Right, this wording was criticized a lot.

It is the best way to complete work in this manner: ‘Do It once and Do It Right’

But it is not possible everywhere, It does not fit in all situations.

  • This wording does not work for those people who have creative they always find new ways that their innovation will be the best from every aspect. They spend time on it do it several times.
  • Even normal people know and believe that better is always possible. Chances of improvement are always there.
  • Researchers and scientist always try to demonstrate and validate their research’s results in various methods. They do it so many times to make research authenticated and confirmed.
  • For those people who are doing anything very first time, they make mistakes and correct all mistakes. To make corrections is not a bad idea in learning new language or technique or something else. So, do it once and do it right, also not applicable here.

This is my message for those who try to discourage and criticize innocent people without any purpose.  Please do not do it again.  You know that whom I am talking to….  Thanks, Alia

 

Congratulation Pakistan, The Pakistani Cricket Team and all Players

Congratulation!

Congratulation Pakistan, The Pakistani Cricket Team and all Players

Today, Sep 15, 2017, Pakistan defeated the visiting World XI by 33 runs in a gripping contest for the Independence Cup at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium on Friday. This is not really a matter who won the series. What is the matter most is the revival of international cricket in Pakistan, since 2009. The successful completion of the tournament is a real milestone, a big step and success for peace.

We hope Pakistan will host more games in near future and will have a peaceful environment for all kind of activities including games.

Thanks, both Cricket Team members for making everyone happy. Now doors are open for all International players to come to Pakistan for all kind of games. Now Pakistan is a peaceful country.

Dr. Alia Nawaz

Hajj and Eid al-Adha, Mubarak to all Muslims

Hajj and Eid al-Adha, Mubarak to all Muslims, my best wishes for all.

Special Eid Mubarak to family and friends, May Allah Bless you always!

Alia Nawaz

From Toronto, Canada

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Some information about this great Muslim festival, Eid al-Adha (Greater Eid).

On Friday, September 1, 2017, we are celebrating Eid al-Adha in Muslim communities throughout Canada and around. It will last for few days.

Eid al-Adha celebrated worldwide each year as a holier of the two great Muslim Eid festivals, (Eid ul Fitr and Eid al-Adha). In the Islamic lunar calendar, Eid al-Adha takes place on the 10th day of the 12th month. Moon sightings may cause a variation of the date for Islamic festivals, depending on the region and country.

EID AL-ADHA is the great festival and marks the sacrifice made to God. It is also known as the Feast of Sacrifice or Festival of Sacrifice as it commemorates Ibrahim’s (Abraham). It honours the willingness of Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son Ismaeel (Isaac), as an act of obedience to God’s command. Before he sacrificed his son, God intervened by sending his angel Jibra’il (Gabriel), who then put a ram in his son’s place. In commemoration of this, the celebrations symbolize Ibrahim’s devotion to Allah and this mark the end of the Hajj, the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia which thousand and thousand of Muslims all over the world embark on. Worshipers usually slaughter a sheep, a goat or a lamb as part of the festivities – but anyone wishing to sacrifice an animal and divide into three parts: the family retains one third of the share; another third is given to relatives, friends and neighbors; and the remaining third is given to the poor and needy persons.

Muslims begin their celebration with morning special prayers, followed by food and exchanging of gifts with family and friends. They also share their food and money with the poor so that they can celebrate too. It is time to sacrifice and generosity to friends, family and the needy people.  Eid al-Adha is also a time for forgiveness and compassion.

Muslim Associations are also working for Eid festivals, including fun rides, shows, sport tournaments and various international cuisines.

My best wishes to those celebrating Eid al-Adha. May God give Peace and Prosperity to all over the World, and safe it from natural disaster, Ameen.

Alia Nawaz

What we were seeing today! All Eyes were on the Sky!

What we were seeing today!
All Eyes were on the Sky! Using SAFE Eclipse Special Glasses.
 Real Solar Events, very special day today! Day light to Disc.

Solar Eclipse in Canada!  From Toronto Canada:

On Monday, August 21, 2017, partial Solar Eclipse 76 % was observed in Toronto, from many places such as the CNE, Ontario Science Center etc. partial solar eclipse where the moon covered part of the sun’s disk.

 In Canada, there was a party on the “path of totality.” Victoria got Canada’s best view for Eclipse. (90%), Crowd was very excited to Corona was very beautiful, Spectacular, completely amazing.

A Total Solar Eclipse 2017 in United States! Totality was last for 2 minutes and 40.2 seconds, when the moon completely blocks the sun. A rare total eclipse of the sun was visible in North America for the first time since 1979. Real magical moments, breathtaking, incredible, inspiring sights

Prime Venues in the “path of totality,” the thin path of totality will pass through portions of 14 states.  All of North America was treated to an Eclipse of the sun. Many states and cities were included, such as Lincoln Beach, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, and North and South Carolina near Charleston, Carbondale, Illinois, Casper Wyoming, Victoria, Toronto and many more places…..

What is Solar Eclipse?

This celestial event is a solar eclipse in which the moon passes between the sun and Earth and blocks all or part of the sun for while.

From:  Alia Nawaz, Toronto

My tribute to Dr. Ruth Pfau, a true humanitarian

My tribute to Dr. Ruth Pfau, a true humanitarian was buried today on 19 August 2017.

She is no more with us, but we will remember her always “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa

“Her selfless and unmatched service to humanity will be remembered and she will remain in our hearts as Shining Star.”

According to her, “Not all of us can prevent a war; but most of us can help ease sufferings—of the body and the soul”  — Ruth Dr. Pfau

 Dr. Ruth Pfau, was a German-born Pakistani physician and nun of the Society of Daughters of the Heart of Mary. She moved from Germany to Pakistan and devoted nearly 55 years of her life to fighting Leprosy which resulted in deceleration of Pakistan by WHO to have controlled Leprosy.

Known as “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa“, Dr. Pfau contributed in founding 150 leprosy clinics across Pakistan. She travelled to various parts of Pakistan and across the border to Afghanistan to rescue patients who were abandoned by their families or locked in small rooms for a lifetime.

Life of Dr. Ruth Pfau:

She dedicated her life to the people of Pakistan and their battle against leprosy outbreaks. While in Karachi, by chance she visited the Lepers’ Colony behind McLeod Road.

Here she decided that the care of patients would be her life’s calling. She started with medical treatment for the leprosy patients in a hut in this slum.

Dr. Ruth, founded The Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre, which later branched out into tuberculosis and blindness prevention programmes) and social work for the leprosy patients and their family members.

In 1979, she was appointed as the Federal Advisor on Leprosy to the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Government of Pakistan.  Dr. Pfau went to distant areas of Pakistan where there were no medical facilities for leprosy patients. She collected donations from Germany and Pakistan. In recognition of her service to the country, she was awarded Pakistani citizenship in 1988.

Due to her continued efforts, in 1996, the World Health Organisation declared Pakistan one of the first countries in Asia to have controlled leprosy.

On 9 September 1999, Archbishop Simeon Anthony Pereira of Karachi celebrated a Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral to celebrate Sr. Dr. Pfau’s 70th birthday, which was attended by Christians together with Muslims.

Death and Funeral of Dr. Ruth Pfau:

Dr. Ruth Dr. Pfau died on 10 August 2017, at the Aga Khan Hospital in Karachi. She had been suffering with several health problems due to her advancing age, including kidney and heart diseases.

On 19 August 2017, a state funeral for Dr. Pfau was held at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, in front of which the flags of Pakistan and Vatican City were raised at half mast. Dr. Ruth was buried in a Christian cemetery in Karachi.

Dr. Ruth Pfau was reportedly the first Christian to have a state funeral in Pakistan.

 Awards and recognition:

 Ruth Dr. Pfau is recognised in Pakistan and abroad as a distinguished human being and had been awarded many awards and medals:
  • 1969: Order of Merit (Germany)
  • 1969:  Sitara-i-Quaid-i-Azam
  • 1979: Hilal-e-Imtiaz
  • 1989: Hilal-i-Pakistan, at the President House for her work with leprosy patients
  • 2000, to mark the 47th World Leprosy Day, President of Pakistan, Rafiq Tarar praised Dr. Pfau, who built up the National Leprosy Control Program in Pakistan, for working not only for those afflicted with leprosy, but also for those with tuberculosis.
  • 2002: Ramon Magsaysay Award
  • 2003: Jinnah Award for 2002
  • 2004: Doctor of Science (DSc), honoris causa. Aga Khan University, Karachi
  • 2006, Dr. Pfau was honoured as the ‘Woman of the Year 2006
  • 2010: Nishan-i-Quaid-i Azam for public service.
  • She was hailed as Pakistan’s “Mother Teresa” after her work towards helping people displaced by the 2010 Pakistan floods
  • In 2015, Dr. Pfau was awarded the Staufer Medal, the highest award of the German state of Baden-Württemberg
  • 2017: Renaming of the Civil Hospital, Karachi to Dr. Ruth K.M. Dr. Pfau Hospital. As an acknowledgment of “selfless services of the late social servant”

Best Saying.

Change your thoughts; you will change your inner world!  Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn, be ready for both circumstances! 

Shoot for the moon, even if you miss, you will land among the star.

“Love yourself, so you can love others”

Integrity, Dignity, Respect, Courage, Trust, Believe, Inspire, Preserves are powerful word, try to add in your personality!

Be yourself, and ready to help others!

Below some amazing quotes from some incredibly successful people sharing their personal definition of success.

 ~ John Wooden “Success is peace of mind, which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.”

~ Maya Angelou “Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” 

~ Winston Churchill “Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.”

  ~ Sir Richard Branson  “The more you’re actively and practically engaged, the more successful you will feel.”  

~ Deepak Chopra
“Success in life could be defined as the continued expansion of happiness and the progressive realization of worthy goals.” 

~ Abraham Lincoln “Always remember that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other thing”.

~ Emma Isaacs “Success flows when you throw yourself in and have a go – mistakes and all!”

 ~ Alia Nawaz   “Success is outcome of planning, persistence, faith and good luck.”  

Earth Day today!

I enjoyed celebrating earth day yesterday, with my family members. We have done planted many fruit plants in our backyard. All family members like fresh fruits very much. they would like to eat on daily basis, they know importance of fruits.

We have planted many cedar plants at our front yard, looks beautiful in a row, all of them are very deep green. Also we planted lots of colorful flower plants.Image result for images cedar trees