Holy Month of Ramadan

Ramadan is a holy month of Islamic calendar. It is a month when holy book, named Qura’an was revealed on a Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). In this month, Muslims try to do more and more good deeds. This month is a sort of practice for the Muslims so that they could maintain the practices throughout the year, as in Ramadan.

It is obligatory on Muslims to “Fast” in this holy month. Fasting is a willing abstinence or reduction from some or all food, drink, or both, for a period of time. An absolute fast (dry fasting) is normally defined as abstinence from all food and liquid for a defined period. Fasting practices may preclude intercourse and other activities as well as food.

By being hungry and thirsty for the longer period of time, Muslims become more compassionate for the needy people. They get motivated to feed the poor and needy people.

It is medically proven, that fasting is very much beneficial for health. Some scientists have indicated that a fast will cause white blood cells to break down during the fasting, resulting in new ones needing to be built when the fast is broken, resulting in the replacement of old damaged ones.

After fasting, people get to know the importance of food which is ordinary for them in the rest of the months. By knowing the importance of food, they become more concerned about not to waste the food. They do more charity work.


Think well, Live well!!

ALLAH almighty gifted us with an organ, called “Brain.” Probably, it is a most complicated organ of the entire human body. The brain is made up of a complex network of billions of nerve cells called neurons, as well as other kinds of cells, all protected by the bones of the skull.

It is our responsibility to utilize this amazing gift in a good manner otherwise whole body suffers a pain, if this organ is not be used well. It is a human nature that he wants to dwell on the things, he wants to achieve. He gives importance to those things more than any other thing of life but most of the time he does not get, what he wants and in the consequence,  he becomes all broken, sad and depressed.

Every human being has some targets to achieve. Some wants to get more and more money, fame, car, bikes and other want to get another person, better spouse, girl friend/boy-friend. Actually every one of us is ditched by those things which we gave more importance in our lives. More importance than our Creator because we all should submit our will to Him. Everything should be come after Him. When we give more importance to worldly matters, only then we got ditched or punished. We must improve our relation with ALLAH Almighty and every other thing will be automatically come to us, as it is mentioned in Quran:

 “If you give thanks (by accepting Faith and worshiping none but Allah), I will give you more (of My Blessings), but if you are thankless (i.e. disbelievers), verily! My Punishment is indeed severe.”




Machine Learning!!

Hi people! I hope all of you are doing fine. I want to personally communicate with the people who have insight knowledge in the field of Machine Learning or Genetic Algorithms. I want to implement any sort of project related to Machine Learning. I am really excited to do that but probably, I need a proper guidance to accomplish the mission as I am afraid that I will stuck in the middle. There is only a fat chance that I can do it perfectly all alone as machine learning is an interesting and complicated field and it is difficult to unpeel all its layers at once, so for that purpose I want a person to guide me who could remain persistent to give me time.

For contacting, my email Id is “miss_hira_khalid@yahoo.com


I don’t like summer season at all, but this year I really want to enjoy it, but I don’t know how could it be possible 😥 Actually summer becomes too cruel here in Punjab province of Pakistan and it remains persistent for 3-4 months in an uncontrolled way. I become a very different person in summer season because of change in mood due to hot weather. I always  pour out some thing bad to others(due to anger and lack of control).  May God give me patience this year 😛

Common clichés!!

  1. Actions speak louder than words.
  2. The grass is always greener on the other side.
  3. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
  4.  You can’t judge a book by its cover.
  5. You can’t please everyone.
  6. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.
  7. Love is blind.
  8. Ignorance is bliss.
  9. There’s no time like the present.
  10. Better safe than sorry.


Faith is a word which means complete trust or confidence in something or someone. We should have a strong faith on destiny that what is coming is far better than what is gone and the One who is giving us is the ALLAH Almighty, who loves his creatures more than anything else, Who loves human beings more than 70 mothers, Who is Compassionate. Actually we are the people with little wisdom. We sometimes want the things which are not actually better for us but He is All-Knowing and has great wisdom. One tip to get blessings in your life is to do good with living creatures and see how ALLAH bless you. To depend on ALLAH is better. To depend upon human beings is just like grasping at straws.

Allah Almighty has kept certain secrets hidden. One such secret is the acceptance of deeds. At times we think, “How can such a small deed lead to Jannah?” The Messenger of Allah (upon him blessings and peace) has ordered us to never take any good deed lightly. A good deed is never insignificant and hence should neither be passed up nor looked upon as trivial. We do not know in which deed lie the keys to our salvation. It may be that a deed we consider as small and insignificant is actually so pleasing to Allah Almighty that He accepts it and in consequence forgives all other shortcomings and mistakes of His servant. As is narrated in a hadith by Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), a prostitute once saw a dog panting out of thirst, so she fed it water to quench it. Consequently, Allah Almighty forgave her (Bukhari). Benefit of Simple Deeds in this World and in the Hereafter Although in the Hereafter there will be reward for our virtuous actions, so too in this world we will be gifted the positive outcome of those actions. If we understand that the benefits of good deeds are manifested in this world, then we will easily fulfill our duties as Muslims. The great scholar, Shaykh Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani (may Allah preserve him), highlights a point which is often forgotten: “The methods prescribed by Islam to better the human lot in the hereafter are not really difficult; in fact, if one adopts them, his earthly life too becomes pleasant and comfortable. But unfortunately, it is generally believed today that observance of Islamic teachings is difficult and demands the sacrifice of many worldly advantages, pleasures, and comforts. Consequently, most people, being scared of this assumed difficulty, veer away from the Divine Path.” Due to this misconception, we become ignorant of the fact that there are deeds ordained by Islam which neither entail any difficulty nor require consumption of much time and expenditure. If we develop a positive attitude towards our religion, then we could be piling on tons of virtuous deeds to be presented to Allah Almighty. The Messenger of Allah (upon him blessings and peace) said: “The most beloved actions in the sight of Allah are the regular ones, even if they amount to little in quantity”(Bukhari, Muslim). After we pass away, how foolish would we feel to look back at the life of this world and realize the opportunities we missed out on? How unfortunate we must be to have ignored those virtuous deeds which entail no hardship yet harvest great rewards? May Allah Almighty protect us from such a misfortune.