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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Perfection is a Myth.

Perfection is a Myth. We have always been told to adapt to the surroundings and evolve. That is one of the primitive rules of surviving on this planet / earth. Society tells us that we have to be “fit” for its ways in every way possible. If I had to give a word to what everyone wants us to be, that would be “perfect”. Yes, perfect. Not suitable or befitting but perfect. That’s what parents want their children to be, a teacher wants the students to be and a boss wants the employees to be.

Perfection is an illusion, change what you can, accept the rest and move on. Setting aside this widely agreed upon concept, I would like to say that perfection is unattainable: it is nothing but a myth. Nobody leads a perfect life or has a perfect personality. All have flaws hidden underneath their presentable exterior. The person closest to perfection in a filed would actually be the one who is ‘better’ than others but not “perfect”. The people around us and, May I say, we ourselves have programmed ourselves to strive for the unattainable, i.e., perfection. Somebody once said, “Perfection is an illusion: change what you can, accept the rest and move on”. I would not challenge even a syllable of this sentence. Undoubtedly, being able to fit into everyone’s definition of perfection is not only difficult but somewhat impossible. The best each one of us can do is to find errors in our ways, correct it where it’s possible, let it to when it cannot be done and live with it. 

Has anyone of you ever stopped to wonder as to who developed the criteria of perfection? Who classifies us as being perfect or imperfect? Well, the answer is nobody. Nobody knows what perfection is, so why not build a definition of our won? Every person perceives perfection in a different manner and, therefore, must have the right to be perfect according to one’s own standards and not that of their boss, teacher or parents.

In our society parents have great expectations from their children. Parents dream of their children to be ‘perfect’, in the eyes of the society, by either pursuing the career of medicine or engineering. I don’t know in any way think of these careers as being unacceptable but what I am saying is that everyone must have a liking and opinions of one’s own as to what one wants to become, when one grow up. We should stop labeling people from the day they are born. Dreams of becoming a guitarist, an entertainer, a comedian, an actor, a scientist, an astronaut, or an entrepreneur should not be scrutinized and thought of as absurd ideas generated as a result of westernization or watching too much television. We ourselves listen to, watch, get entertained by and appreciate these artists but we don’t let our children be one of them. I believe we can prosper as a community when we let go of these labels and stop judging, not only people, but also their careers. So what if we don’t get to be the perfect individuals with the perfect jobs? At least we would be content with what we are doing. This is your life and your life story should have your mistakes, your choices and the inevitable outcomes. There should be no one to blame or appreciate for what your life turns out to be, but you.

I believe I can explain this better with an example from a Hollywood movie, The Black Swan, the leading star tries to perfect her ballet moves to such an extent that she herself turns into the ‘ black swan’ in the end. Thus, if you are trying to live up to somebody else’s expectations, you may end up being someone you are not. And losing yourself is definitely not worth it.

The key is to keep experimenting and striving for betterment. It is important to be better than you were the day before. This would help you in being motivated and therefore excel in both our personal and professional life. So let’s stop fussing about attaining perfection and happily live our imperfect lives.

Monday, June 20, 2016

E-Learning Let you prepare for Exams and Tests Online

E-Learning Let you prepare for Exams and Tests Online

Today it is the technology era and every walk of life has been improved in the sense of quality and style and so is with education also. Now students get online help in studies, teacher take classes online and educational institutions handle all of their educational matters online by using learning management system. This online world has given a lot of benefits to each of the above mentioned i.e. students, teachers and institutions and things has been made much easy.
Students can seek help in preparation for their exams and / or admission / entry test online
with the help of subject specialists and senior students. They can share past papers, quizzes,MCQ’s and a lot of other helping materials with each other. This makes them learning more by consuming small amount of time while the other major benefit of e-learning is that they can save a lot of their time in this way. Because when they are getting all the help in studies online at their doorsteps they won’t have to travel a lot in search of solutions.
Similarly teachers can deliver lectures online and can conduct and check tests of their students online. They can assign and check assignments using online resources which saves them a lot of time, cost and efforts. In this way we can say e-learning is like a blessing. 
In Developed and Developing Countries many websites and different platforms like ( and Ilmipoint) are the pioneer of providing e-learning solutions and LMS (learning management system) for the schools, colleges and universities. and Ilmipoint is the best platform for students, teachers and educational institutions to share their resources with each other for mutual benefits and to spread the lights of knowledge across the globe.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

A Society’s Responsibility

The standard of life has changed in such a manner that people have become enslaved by their own wishes and habits. A materialistic approach in every niche and corner and superfluity of the amenities of life have caused a potential threat to the sanctity of moral values that just being the wealthy suffices to be respectable righteous and honorable. So, the paradigms of relationships among people in society have changed terribly. The earlier Muslims were successful in their expeditions because they were simple in daily life and resolute in divine commandments; they were not enslaved by their habits and wishes. The study of history reveals that even during the best practices of democratic values, the governments and states were devastated because of corrupt social values. Had there been the healthy society and moral values among the masses, the states would not have perished. Societal values determine the type of government and rules. The best governments and finest administrations and bureaucracies can be formed provided the society is vibrant, receptive, lively and responsible. But, miserably, in our type of society even if Junaid Baghdadi becomes the head of the state, the prospective change will not occur. It is the duty of the society to produce capable, proficient and consummate leadership according to their demands and necessities but we only want to talk about the effect and not the principal cause. The current crisis of leadership that we see is because of our lethargic social values. When back in 1258AD, Tatars of Mongols demolished Muslim states, Islam re-emerged just because of some spirited people who were vigorous in the revival of spiritual and moral ideals in society. The Tartars beat Muslims on political military and administrative fronts but surrendered before moral, educational and spiritual values of Islam. Nonetheless they became the caretakers and custodians of Islam. Renowned English historian Arnold Taibu says,” This was unbelievable that Tartars would embrace Islam because in case of choosing religion, the Christians were closer than Muslims. Islam just emerged from the remnants of its burns and conquered the heats of Tartars.” Thus governments and authority are not permanent things. The primary thing is the norms of society. If the society is producing righteous, virtuous, just and capable people, there is no perplexity. Revival of society means that the society must be standing on some values and principles. We must primarily take care of building these values, as when these values are ascertained, they emanate and prevail in the society. The resulting social, political and financial institutions will rest on such values and principles. For instance, the western society has some values and principles and the institutions there owe and oblige them. The West was at a time not civilized, so some intellectuals and conscious peoples started the movements of following certain values. When the society accepted them, they also became part of their institutions. For example democracy is a western value. It says difference of opinion will be accommodated as a basic right and the majority votes will be considered in decision making. When society accepted it as a social value, it also became of part of institutions and corporations. Thus parliamentary democracy originated.

ISLAMIC SOCIETY: An Islamic society has some values and principles. Unless we practice and establish them in our society, they will never become part of our institutions. For example, the Muslim society is founded on the belief of judgement on the doomsday. When this belief is firmed up in the daily practices of society, it will also become part of our institutions leading to the sense of responsibility and fear of impeachment on doomsday. This will help us in eradicating corruption. The institutional policies will emanate from this color of belief and value. The people at work in shops and corporate institutions will not be able to neglect this factor that they will be answerable on doomsday. We must now promote our social values and practice them in our lives. We sometimes feel hesitant to follow our Islamic Values. This sense of shyness is leading to gradual elimination of moral and ethical values which, if become norm of society, would in effect eliminate lots of potential problems and dilemmas that we are facing now. Therefore, revival of such values should be promoted and be practiced in not only private but public and corporate life too. This will ensure the actual change that we aspire to occur, although it is an evolutionary process, we must not get tired of practicing these values.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

The Benefits of Drinking WATER

Water is very essential for Human Being, with out water life of human being is impossible.Water is the main component of the human body. In fact, the body is composed of between 55 and 78 percent water, depending on body size. Drinking enough water is certainly one of the easiest ways to keep ones body healthy.Adequate and regular water consumption has numerous health benefits. As an added plus, it has no calories, fat, carbohydrates or sugar.

The amount of water you consume everyday plays an important role in maintaining a healthy body. Experts recommend drinking eight to 10 glasses of water each day to maintain good health. Here is some benefit of it for our health are following:

1. Drinking of 2 Glasses of Water in the morning helps activate internal organs.

2. Drinking 1 Glass of water before taking a shower helps prevent high blood pressure.

3. Drinking a glass of water before bed helps prevent strokes or heart attacks.

4. Drinking 1 Glass of water before a meal will help in digestion.

5. Drinking of Water is very helpful for Skin, Weight Loss, improves Mood and promotes kidney function and reduces kidney stones by diluting the salts and minerals in urine that cause kidney stones.

Make sure to brush your teeth with a natural toothpaste before drinking water though as all the bacteria and toxins produced in the night can be swallowed and enter your system when you drink first thing in the morning. 

Drinking adequate water is very good. There are foods that are water based as well. 8 cups a day does not translate into guzzling cups upon cups of water. Take into consideration other water based foods count also. Because too much water intake can dilute your blood; and that becomes dangerous.

Remember the lack of fluid in the body can lead to dehydration, which is the cause of numerous health problems. Hearing experts advise that two liters of water a day is necessary to enter into your body so that it can function smoothly. This is what happens to your body if you do not regularly moisturize. One important thing is that always Boiled water should be used.

Green Tea to Promote your EYELASH Growth.

Apply Chilled Green Tea Bags to  your Eyelids to Condition you Lashes................

Soaked and cooled tea bags are be directly placed on dark circles to lighten the skin. Here is step by step process on how to use tea bags for circles.

1) To use tea bags for dark circles just soak two tea bags in a cup of hot water as you would do for        making tea.

2) Allow it to steep for few minutes. Remove the tea bags from hot water and squeeze out excess tea.

3) Sip on the prepared tea.

4) Place the used tea bags on a clean plate and store in the refrigerator for around 10 minutes. This     will allow the tea bags to cool down.

5) Remove the tea bags from the refrigerator and place them on your dark circles and eyelids. Allow   them to stand on your skin for around 10 to 20 minutes.

6) Remove the tea bags and wash eyes with clean water. That's it.

Green tea is awesome it helps with acne as Well ! and also used for removing under the eye "bags".

Thursday, March 17, 2016

What is International Relation........???

International Relations: 
In modern times the world has greatly shrunk as a result of scientific and technological development. As a consequence events in one part of the world have an immediate impact on the rest of the world. Therefore the states maintain regular relations with other states and the study of international relations has assumed great importance. Though some sort of international relations have been in vogue since earliest times and some of the states like Egypt, China, Greece and India have evolved code for the conduct of these relations, these rules were essentially based on morality and were not scrupulously observed by the states. Further these relations generally covered states of the same region and therefore can more appropriately be described as regional relations. It was only in the 17the century that the states established relations with other states beyond the region. This in a way marked the beginning of the international relations. The improvements in means of transport and communication and the industrial revolution further brought the states closer and greatly contributed to the development of international relations. It may be noticed that at that time the international relations, were concerned only with the study of diplomatic history, law and philosophy. The study was mainly based on facts find on facts finding and no deductions of any universal principles were made which could be helpful in understanding of the present or future relations among states. As a result, no well-conceived theory could be evolved which could help in understanding the significance of the current events.

Meaning of International Relations:
The term’ International’ was used for the first time by Jeremy Bentham in the later part of the 18th century with regard to the laws of nations. Consequently, the term international relations was used to define the official relations between the sovereign states. However some scholars even included the economic, social and cultural relations amongst the states also within the purview of the subject. Thus there are broadly two views regarding the meaning of international relations. Those who take narrow view assert that international relation include only “the official relations conducted by the authorized leaders of the state”. To them the relations between nations, other than the official relations such as trade, financial intercourse, missionary activities, travel of students, cultural relations etc. don’t fall in the domain of international relations. Other view of is “the actual relations that take place across national boundaries or as the body of knowledge which we have of those relations at any given time.

Friday, March 11, 2016



Watergate is the name of a building complex in Washington DC which became involved in a scandal with the Nixon administration when in June 1972 five persons were arrested from the premises of Democratic Party’s headquarters on charges of burglary. It was alleged that these persons had not only illegally entered the premises but also conspired to tape the phone and to steal the documents of Democratic National Committee in order to take advantage in 1972 US elections. The prosecution started investigations but President Nixon denied all charges of involvement in the affair. However the situation took a dramatic turn on January 11, 1973 when of the accused Mr. Howard Hant admitted that he was guilty of the charges labelled against him. Consequently the US Senate on February 7, 1973 set up a selection committee under the chairmanship of Sen. S.J. Ervin to investigate into the Watergate scandal. As the case progressed President Nixon promised to cooperate with the committee. The crises depended further on April 30, 1973 when Nixon’s top aides viz. H.R. Haldeman, John D. Ehrlichman, John.W.Dean and Attorney General Richard Kleindienst resigned from their posts. On June 25 Nixon’s former Counsel told the Senate hearings that Nixon, his staff and campaign aides and the Justice Department had conspired to cover up the Watergate facts. With each passing day the sphere of the investigations continued to widen further with startling disclosures. In July 1973 the selection committee recorded evidences of important White House officials. In the meantime President Nixon continued to harp on his innocence. A White House aide revealed that most of Nixon’s office conversations and phone cells had been recorded. The court and the Congress sought the tapes for criminal proceedings against former White House aides but President Nixon refused to release the tapes. As a result in August 1973 Chief Judge ordered Nixon to hand over the tapes for investigations. President Nixon refused to comply with these instructions. In October 1973 Nixon removed Watergate special Prosecutor Archibald Cox when he threatened to secure a judicial ruling that Nixon was violating court order by refusing to hand over tapes to the judge. As the results of the investigations gradually unfolded, Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate scandal became clearer. Survey of the public opinion showed that majority of the Americans believed that Nixon was guilty and were in favour of his impeachment. In July 1974 the House Judiciary Committee charged Nixon with following three articles of impeachment.
1                     Participation in a criminal conspiracy to obstruct justice.
2                     Abusing the power.
3                     Unconstitutional defiance of the committee.

The House of Representatives accepted committee’s report by a 42-3 vote. However on Aug 9, 1974 President Nixon resigned in order to avoid impeachment. Thus he became the first president in the history of US to have resigned from his office.