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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

The whole story is...

I was just watching Iqraa chanel, where they were showing a new clip for a song called "Kol el hekaya" or " the whole story is..". it was performed by someone called Tamer Nour of whom I haven't heard before now. the song was of a religous theme, there seem to be more of those these days. i just got to watch part of it, but i liked what i saw.

the words went something like " the whole story is .. that we all worship God alone"
"Our father Adam and our mother Eve told us that all of the universe kneels down before God" " there is no one on this Earth whose heart did not once kneel inside and Say God the one and only" (a7adon a7ad)

he then went on to talk about terror, and how it is not ours. this had accompanying scenes that were a bit ..strong I think.

but the theme I got, from the beginning of the clip, where he is this moslem guy attending a christian wedding at a church and wishing the couple well, was unity between religions.

i remembered paul, he always tells me, that he likes to focus on what brings the religions together rather than what differences they have, and indeed they have a lot in common.

we all do Worship God. we have to acknowledge and remember that, instead of focusing on the differences only.

in the song, he says "Moses is a prophet, Jeses is a Prophet, and Mohamed is a Prophet". we acknowledge them all, and thus their religions and books that they had delivered as well.

will try to see the whole song another time, but I really liked the theme. peaceful, and loving mood, or is it just my first day in Ramadan mood? Probably both.

The first day of Ramadan is over, the first night too, and this is the second night. time flies away, Ramadan is passing too quickly, and I feel that I am missing out on alot of the Good in it. Time wasted that could be so better used. "ya Rab Barek fe Ramadan Le kol El moslemeen"


  • At 10/05/2005 5:42 PM, Blogger Paul said…

    Speaking of things in common, the "Ramadan mood" that you're describing reminds me a lot of the "Christmas mood," if you take away all the marketing hype that's come to surround Christmas.

    But the real feeling of it, that people have in their homes, is the kind of peaceful and loving feeling you describe.

  • At 10/05/2005 6:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "we all do Worship God"

    Is this the royal "we"?

  • At 10/05/2005 8:04 PM, Blogger Me said…

    I haven't seen the song .. but from what you're saying seems nice.. will try and see it ..
    I love the Ramadan mood... inshAllah we make the best of Ramadan this year .. and try and keep the mood all the year round...

  • At 10/05/2005 11:54 PM, Blogger roora said…

    yeah ya me , this is the point of ramdan ".. and try and keep the mood all the year round... "
    well done Me, it si supposed to be a way by which we do good things and we automatically change and become more religous after doing good deeds. How ironic , some people go and pray in ramadan for the Big reward and leave worshiping God the rest of the year.

  • At 10/06/2005 12:47 AM, Blogger doshar said…

    anonymous: no it is not the royal "we". it refers to muslims, christians and jews. that was the theme of the song.

    roora and me: ramadan Karim ya banat

  • At 10/06/2005 11:17 AM, Blogger tota said…

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  • At 10/06/2005 11:21 AM, Blogger tota said…

    Hi Doshar :) .. Happy Ramadan :) .. I Didnt see that song,.. i dunno i'm not so much oriented to like that type of songs it's rare to find one that i can really like

  • At 10/07/2005 3:28 AM, Blogger Dalulla said…

    The good time always flies by so quickly doesn't it? Lets all make the best out of it, insha'Allah Rabena yebareklena all in what little time this beautiful month has. Lets pray each second is filled with baraka and good output.. .. .. Especially for mothers too guys..

    Maybe i am a lousy one! so much time slips from me.. I pray i live till Omar grows up and becomes more dependent on him self rather than me.. I really pray for that.. and for every one else as well! I keep dreaming of so many things i want to do for Islam and to gain God's pleasure.. I pray some day i be fit for that and for all of us Moslems as well.

  • At 10/07/2005 7:15 PM, Blogger Wonderer said…

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