Zahir Humaid al Mahruqi
Light Words, Heavy Meaning
Zahir Mahruqi is an avid reader and observer of life’s ‘little’ happenings which he believes are often the key to understanding the essence of life itself. He maintains that by just embarking on the path to self improvement, we grow ‘spiritually’ You can email Zahir at email@example.com
I am proud to be an Omani today, in fact very proud.
One day, when a group of people were shouting insults at Jesus PBUH, he looked at them and gracefully said that “If what you are saying is true then may God forgive me but if what you are saying is untrue then may God forgive you”.
The other day I witnessed something that disturbed me and I opted to share it. Children were playing outside around Maghrib time and a middle-aged woman was trying to get them to go back inside the house. She would manage to get them close to entering the house when they would split and start running in different directions until at one point she was visibly upset.
It is said that Socrates had a wife who was excruciatingly annoying. She was so loud that the neighbors could hear the arguments between her and her husband. One day they told Socrates to his face that his wife was too nagging. He casually asked them: Compared to what?