Category Archives for Reflections

In the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the alternation of night and day, there are Signs for people of intelligence

20-year rule

It will be another 20 years before we know what’s really happening today, but by then nobody will care; it will all be ancient history. By then we will be engaged in new conflicts, more terrifying than ever before, and … Continue reading

21. August 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Destruction

19. August 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Flag day

Is it possible for us to support the needy today without being entertained? The best charity, we believe, is that given in secret. And yet my news feed brims each day with a multitude of activities and events designed to … Continue reading

19. August 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Black Flags

Today we must protest the misrepresentation of Muslim flags. That white Arabic script on a black background is merely our testimony of faith, cry the wronged. That white circle inscribed with calligraphy is merely the seal of the Prophet, peace … Continue reading

17. August 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Ask those who came before you

Every generation sees signs that they’re living in extraordinary times. If only those that come after would ask those that came before. Keep on planting seeds; don’t slash and burn your crops.

16. August 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Parody of righteousness

Why do those who commit enormities occupy themselves with the trivial faults of others? In their ravaging rampage, spilling the blood of innocents without pause, they have become a parody of righteousness. We must invest more in Mental Health care.

14. August 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Cavemen

If you bomb people back to the stone age, don’t be surprised if they start acting like cavemen.

13. August 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Salesmen

Now that they have received written confirmation from Asda that it does not have a policy of barring entry to customers wearing their t-shirts, perhaps it’s time the t-shirt company updated the article on their website which first highlighted the … Continue reading

26. July 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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The sanctity of life

The past century has witnessed such extreme violence, with 160 million people killed in war, that our leaders are incapable of taking a stance based on morality. 70 million people were killed over six years during World War II alone, … Continue reading

26. July 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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Twitterocracy

Social media might represent the greatest driver to true democracy, but without without a moral basis which causes individuals to act with integrity and honesty, it is just as likely to lead to anarchic chaos.

25. July 2014 by Timothy Bowes
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