Thursday, January 27, 2011

Women Empowerment is the key to nation empowerment

The creator has settled the system of universe in such a way that here we find the significance of law of pair in every sphere and in the world of human beings. This law is so obvious and obedient that one has to accept it as to accept the existence of sun at Midday. They have to act just like two wheels of a vehicle without which it can never be run.

At one side there is the role of man very prominent but at the other side there is the role of woman very indispensable. Woman gave birth to Hazrat e Imam Abu Hanifah (RA); the great scholar of islamic jurisprudence, woman gave birth to Aristotle and Plato; the great philosophers of all the time, woman gave birth to Prophet Mohammad (SAW); the great benefactor of humanity.

Reviving the annals of history that woman had proved to be great and very great in all the spheres and circles of life.

Hazrat e Aisha Sidiqua (RH), she had a photographic memory; Mother Teresa, the great reformer and noble laureate for peace; Kalpana Chawla, the great astronaut and the first indian woman who make it to the Mars, Sarojini Naidu, the great poetess; Indira Gandhi, the great politician. All these had proved very great in there respective times and there particular fields.

We should educate women and make them aware about every aspect of life. An educated motrher will develop good mannered and educated children, Educated children will develop a good society, a good society will make a great nation.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Serendipity - Accidental Discovery

A person wants to do something but ended up in doing something else. This doing something else is called Serendipity, means accidental discovery. If we look at the present world this term has become very common because people wants to do something but they are doing something else. For Example; the discovery of pencillin by Alexander Fleming. He was examining a culture of Staphylococcus aureus, a pathogenic bacterium on which he was doing some research, when he noticed that it had become contaminated by a species of Penicillium. Although, the species of the mold was unknown to Fleming, at the time, he did observe that it was inhibiting the bacterial growth. Fleming wrote a paper on his findings in 1929 and the rest is history. However, it was never that simple. Such a short summary really does not tell you the entire story, and in this case, says that Fleming's discovery of penicillin was one of chance. In our lives also such things happen as we plan to do something but we land up in doing something else. Sometimes a discovery by chance is very useful because Fleming never knew that the Culture which he examined will heal the whole world in world war II.