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Effecting a great and desired change 

The only constant thing in life is change. We are called humans because we are the most intelligent creations of God Almighty. We can only prove our intelligence and be proud of being a human if we can effect the required change in our environment. 
It is 100% proven that you and I alone can effect a change in our environments. If you are to consider a plant which may have plans to effect change its surroundings to make it a better place, you can say it is impossible because they are restricted only to its root position since it cant move from one place to another. We can then conclude that no one can do it for us. 

The first thing you need to do in order to effect a change is to be determined. I would always say “the first step to change is determination”. Change starts with a ready mind, determined mind which is wiling to use what he has to start effecting the desired change in order to make the world a better place.
One of my favourite quote is “A thought of greatness is the only …


Have you ever desired for something earnestly that all your thoughts are focused on such thing?

Have you wished you have something good? Is time running out? Have you realised those desires/wishes? Do you think you can ever realise those things you had desired?
Those questions kept ringing in my head. I needed answers to them. More and more questions kept coming. WISHES AND DESIRES.
After a moment of thinking, I started getting good answers to all these questions.
I discovered that not all desires and wishes can come to realization. Yes, that’s right. My reason is that some things we are wishing for or we desire are not for the good of others, themselves and contradicts the will of God (their creator). This things we can relate ourselves.

But that alone did not satisfy me. It has not answered it all. I had to pause for a while, slept over it, did a little research over it (want and desire) and the finally prayed. When I had finished praying I discovered that what I thought initially …

Feeding your DOG with BONES

Giving your dog bones can be beneficial because bones have been proved to keep teeth clean, prevent plaque build-up, reverse periodontal disease in dogs, and maintain a balance of essential proteins and minerals.

Chewing on bones also helps to satiate your dog’s desire for food. However, as good as the benefits of bones are, there are always two sides to a coin. The following potential complications are problems that can occur in dogs after eating bones.

Fractured teeth: Some bones are hard enough to cause your dog’s teeth to crack. This sometimes necessitates root canals or tooth extractions.

Oral injuries: The sharp edges of bones can cut your dog’s gums, tongue and other oral mucous membranes. Not only is this painful for your dog, it can also get pretty messy. Bones can also get stuck in the mouth, particularly between the molars of the lower jaw.

Airway obstruction: The esophagus anatomically lies behind the trachea (wind pipe). All or part of the bone can slide down the esophag…