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Doha landmarks

Just want to share some photos I took using Samsung S4. I must admit the camera of this mobile phone is amazing.


View outside MIA Cafe

One of the must see places in Doha is their Museum of Islamic Art which is located along Corniche. At the backside of the Museum you will find MIA park as they call it where you can have picnic with your friends or families. The kids would definitely enjoy in the big playground with bunjee area, swings and slides, they also have bikes for rent(not sure with the fee because i dont know how to ride a bike) For those who just want to chill and hangout with friends they have a Coffee Shop located at the far end of the park – MIA Cafe with a perfect view of the corniche and Doha’s central business district.


Back side of the museum

A must see place to visit in Doha, Qatar.

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FIFA Clears Russia and Qatar to Host World Cup

Another reason for Qataris to celebrate

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Read Share Celebrate

In celebration of the book month we have lined up some activities for our community residents. My first aim was to promote books and the library to the little ones in the community so we organized a design your own book cover and bookmarks arts and crafts activity. Kids bring their own book or notebooks and reveal their artistic skills by designing it using old magazines, fabric tape (washi tape), ribbons and stickers.

It is a joyous feeling to hear the kids enjoyed the design your own book activity, some of them requesting to do it again so they can create more “new books” and design their own bookmarks that they can give to their friends in school.

It was a good breather for the young ones to do something educational without the pressure of being graded or judged on their work. 

I am thankful that we were able to share the magic that happens in the library and celebrate the love for books and reading



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Be Still


Psalm 46:10

Reminding myself everyday that I have God and everything will be ok.

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New Theme: Penscratch

Originally posted on WordPress.com News:

Today we have a brand new free theme especially for writers and bloggers!


Penscratch WordPress Theme

Penscratch is a clean, sophisticated theme for sharing your writing. Whether you’re working on an analytical essay, an anthology of poems, or a piece of long-form fiction, Penscratch makes for a pleasant reading and writing experience all around.

Choose between a one- or two-column layout by adding widgets, add links to your favorite social networks, customize your home on the web with a site logo or header image, or add fancy pull quotes throughout your content.

Penscratch is also responsive, ensuring the transition between different devices and screen sizes is flawless for your readers.

Learn more about the free Penscratch theme at the Theme Showcase, or preview it by going to Appearance → Themes.

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30-Second Tech Trick: Get Better iPhone Battery Life

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5 Lies Women Need To Stop Telling Themselves When It Comes To Relationships

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:

1. He will change

In all likelihood, no he won’t. People transform, but they also are who they are. Often that is a good thing. If you’re with a guy who just isn’t what you’re looking for changing him to suit your mold just isn’t fair. And if you’re hoping he’ll change from an inconsiderate asshole to the boyfriend who shows up with flowers and Chinese takeout, that is very unlikely to happen.

2. I can’t do better than him

Yes actually, you can. We’re all familiar with the sitcom stereotype of overweight, unattractive husband and smoking hot wife. But have we ever seen the reverse? No. And these kind of social influencers make women believe they have to take what they can get. But in actuality, you are beautiful, you are smart, you are funny, and you deserve someone who treats you right, whether he’s a model or a…

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Beyond Death: The Science of the Afterlife

Originally posted on TIME:

This question is more than a mind-bender. For thousands of years, certain people have claimed to have actually visited the place that, Saint Paul promised, “no eye has seen … and no human mind has conceived,” and their stories very often follow the same narrative arc.

A skeptic, a rogue or an innocent suffers hardship or injury: he is hit on the head, he suffers a stroke, he sustains damage in a car crash or on the operating table. A feeling of disconnection comes over him, a sense of being “outside” himself. Perhaps he encounters an opening: a gate, a door, a tunnel. And then, all at once, he is being guided through other worlds that look and feel to him more “real” than the world in which he once existed. These realms are both familiar and strange, containing music that doesn’t sound like music and light brighter than any…

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The Power Of The Little Things

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:

It’s always the little things. The unsung heroes that are not distracted by glory. The characters you disregard who have been secretly stashing vendettas all along, made all the more dangerous for their patience. They end up being your completion or your undoing.

It is the little things that give everything meaning. It is an accumulation of puzzle pieces to make a spectacular picture, the collection letters to make words to make sentences to fill pages to complete a story. Ultimately, a thousand little things make something big — and what’s more, small beings united to make something immense often lend a certain grandeur to themselves — all the more for not having done so through any intention. We must learn to love the little things.

It is the little things too that can sink ships, break dams, and crumble walls once thought to possess the ultimate fortitude. A thousand…

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8 Things Strong, Independent Women Want From A Man

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:

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Not only do we want it, we need it. Freedom equates to survival for us. When we say that we want to go out for a few, whether it’s to grab a bite to eat or see a movie by ourselves, believe us. We’re not going out to cheat on you, we’re not doing anything mysterious, we just want some “me” time. Once you can understand this and respect it, we end up loving you 10 times more. Win, Win.


Deep down we’re feminists (without the title; it’s 2014 – we don’t need it). Although we like to do things on our own and occasionally fit the bill, we are not, and I repeat, we are not your mother. We don’t want to pick up after you around the house, we don’t want to micromanage your life, and we damn for sure don’t want to cook…

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