Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Says: We are Brothers

Love is reckless, not reason.
Reason seeks a profit.
Love comes on strong, consuming herself, unabashed.
Yet, in the midst of suffering,
Love proceeds like a millstone,
hard-surfaced and straightforward.

Having died to self interest,
she risks everything and asks for nothing.

Love gambles away every gift God bestows.
Without cause God gave us Being;
without cause, give it back again.
Gambling yourself away is beyond any religion.

Religion seeks grace and favour,
but those who gamble these away are God’s favourites,
for they neither put God to the test
nor knock at the door of gain and loss’

Let's live in peace together, we are one, we are brothers (in humanity).

Learning the world's HISTORY is a MUST; take your time.

Love and respect all human. 
Spread peace greeting to those you know and those you don't know.
Shaking hands. 
Feeding the hungry. 
Returning greetings. 
Visiting the sick. 
Following the funeral procession.
Responding to invitations. 
Be in touch with your kin and pray while people are asleep (at night).

My brothers, we are brothers. 

This is Our Grandparents:

The Prophet Ibrahim = Abraham = Brahm = Brhm = Brahma
The Prophet Dzulkifli = Siddhartha Gautama

The Prophet Dzulkifli is the son of Prophet Ishaq (Isaac); born in Kapilavastu / Kapilavathu (Kapil, tongue Arabic call Kafil;Kafli;Kifli)
Prophet in Arabic is synonymous with the word Buddha as understood by Buddhists.

When God said: 
“Wattiini wazaitun. watuurisinina wahazal baladil amen.”

God calls about His Prophets. 
Tiin-The Fig (Prophet Zulkifli-Buddha), 
Zaitun-Olive (Prophet Isa), 
Siniina- Mount Sinai (Prophet Moses) and 
Baladil amen-ground safety and security Mecca (Prophet Muhammad). 

Great arrangement of the Quran as the word of God His history of the Prophet.

Let us together think. 


Pros and Cons of Male Circumcision You Should Know

Circumcision is a procedure in which the fold of skin covering the head of the penis, also known as the foreskin, is removed. The duration of this procedure is around 10 minutes and it can be performed under local or general anesthesia. This article will talk about the circumcision pros and cons. It will be easier to decide whether to go ahead with this procedure for your son, once you read this article.

Male circumcision is the removal of the foreskin of the penis. It is an ancient practice dated far back to early Egyptian era and still proceeds in the 21st, century. Circumcision is prevalent in Islamic countries, the Jews, United States, part of Southern Asia and some other parts of the world. Its mainly pioneered by religious individuals especially the muslims and jews, it is a religious ritual for new born male child done one or two days after birth. Those without such believe has been indecisive on circumcision of their child even banning of circumcision has caused serious debate in some countries.

About 1/3 of males in the world are circumcised and most of which are muslims, in 2007 WHO estimated about 665,500,000 males aged 15 and over are circumcised and also 60% of male newborns were circumcised in 2012 with 2% circumcised before they turn 1.

Male circumcision may be subjected to an unending debate across several regions in the world, Nevertheless, the advantages and disadvantages of circumcision to humans can't be abscond. Male circumcision has some good advantages crucial to the health of the penis and the entirety of the body. These few advantages include prevention of HIV infection , which has been linked to the presence of some antibody  that are exposed when the foreskin is removed and reduces the chances of contracting the  dreadful infection,chances of contracting human pappiloma virus , genital ulcer disease and herpes are also significantly reduced when the penis is prepuce. Possibility of having Urinary tract infection that could destroy the kidney or bladder is reduced too. It even reduces the rate at which HIV patients can get infected with syphilis thus lowering further infecton on the debilitated immunity. Furthermore , penile cancer is more common in uncircumcised males than  circumcised ones.

Moreover, having good hygiene could prevent urinary tract infection and protected sex prevents HIV infection more effectively portraying the benefits of circumcision replaceable and uncircumcised individuals might not be missing a lot.

Circumcision could be accompanied with some pros it also has its cons. The procedure of the removal of the foreskin if not done painstakingly could cause urethra destruction, post surgical infections and excessive bleeding. Apart from those, removal of the foreskin reduces the sensitivity of the penis and those with uncircumcised penis tend to enjoy sex more than the circumcised ones.

Circumcision Pros and Cons

A lot of myths exist regarding the pros of circumcision, rather than the cons. This makes people avoid this simple procedure and some are even scared to undergo it. In this section we can the pros and cons of circumcision are listed here with their details, accuracy and facts.


  • For faith. Religions like Islam and Jewish advocate the practice of circumcision
  • For family resemblance. This is done when the other older men of the family are circumcised and the child does not feel ‘different’ in any way.
  • For hygiene improvement. Circumcision helps in maintaining better hygiene and the chances of developing Urinary Tract Infections are greatly reduced.
  • For prevention of phimosis. Phimosis means having a tight foreskin. In this condition the foreskin does not retract over the glans. It can become painful. Circumcision will remove the fore skin and this problem can be avoided.
  • For prevention of AIDS, STDs, UTIs and cancer of the penis. Circumcision can have an impact on the incidence of contracting conditions like AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), UTIs, and sometimes even cancer. It can also reduce the risk of contracting the penile human papillomavirus (HPV)


  • Pain. The pain felt by the infants during circumcision is the same as felt by the adults and can have long lasting effects. It can be severe and even remain persistent with no effect from painkillers. The pain can also be interpreted by the baby’s brain as being caused by the mother and this will lead to a deteriorating in the mother-son bonding. The pain causes the infant to breast feed less often. This can result in failure to breast feed also.
  • Loss of sensitivity. Circumcised penis has lesser sensation than penis which is not circumcised. However, this determination is very subjective. Since almost one third of the penile skin is removed, there is a significant change in the sexual functioning. Intercourse can become painful and increased time is required to reach orgasm. Men who has been circumcised during infancy may not appreciate the circumcision done by the parents and may look at it as mutilation.
  • Immediate risks and complications of surgery. Almost 2-10% cases of circumcision may have complications or risks that develop after surgery. These are usually not reported or are over looked. Some of these include – chordee lacerations, gangrene, hemorrhage, meatitis, necrosis of the glans, penile loss sepsis, skin bridges, skin loss, stenosis and urinary retention.
  • Against medical ethics. Medical ethics state – First do no harm – and circumcision involves removal of a normal and functioning body part. Hence it falls against the Medical ethics.

We have the two sides of the coin elaborated and the side open to one is the decision that should be taken, those that do it to honour religion are not at loss while those that don’t are not really missing. However, individuals with phimosis (inability to retract the foreskin) or balanphosis (inflammation  of the foreskin and glan) should engage in circumcision . Early circumcision could even prevent the development of these diseases.

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