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Sayings of Uthman(RA) is a collection of 30+ sayings of Uthman(May Allah be pleased with him).
Uthman ibn Affan was one of the companions of Prophet Muhammad(pbuh). He played a major role in early Islamic history as the third Caliph.
Uthman was born into the Umayyad clan of Makkah, a powerful family of the Quraish tribe. He was a companion of Muhammad(pbuh) who assumed the role of leader (caliph) of the Muslim Empire at the age of 70 following Umar ibn al-Khattab. Under his leadership, the empire expanded into Fars in 650 (present-day Iran), some areas of Khorasan (present-day Afghanistan) in 651 and the conquest of Armenia was begun in the 640s.
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The contents pages of Thomas Markby's 1853 edition list the essays and their dates of publication as follows:
Of Truth (1625)
Of Death (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Unity in Religion/Of Religion (1612, rewritten 1625)
Of Revenge (1625)
Of Adversity (1625)
Of Simulation and Dissimulation (1625)
Of Parents and Children (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Marriage and Single Life (1612, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Envy (1625)
Of Love (1612, rewritten 1625)
Of Great Place (1612, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Boldness (1625)
Of Goodness and Goodness of Nature (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Nobility (1612, rewritten 1625)
Of Seditions and Troubles (1625)
Of Atheism (1612, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Superstition (1612, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Travel (1625)
Of Empire (1612, much enlarged 1625)
Of Counsels (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Delays (1625)
Of Cunning (1612, rewritten 1625)
Of Wisdom for a Man's Self (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Innovations (1625)
Of Dispatch (1612)
Of Seeming Wise (1612)
Of Friendship (1612, rewritten 1625)
Of Expense (1597, enlarged 1612, again 1625)
Of the True Greatness of Kingdoms and Estates (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Regimen of Health (1597, enlarged 1612, again 1625)
Of Suspicion (1625)
Of Discourse (1597, slightly enlarged 1612, again 1625)
Of Plantations (1625)
Of Riches (1612, much enlarged 1625)
Of Prophecies (1625)
Of Ambition (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Masques and Triumphs (1625)
Of Nature in Men (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Custom and Education (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Fortune (1612, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Usury (1625)
Of Youth and Age (1612, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Beauty (1612, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Deformity (1612, somewhat altered 1625)
Of Building (1625)
Of Gardens (1625)
Of Negotiating (1597, enlarged 1612, very slightly altered 1625)
Of Followers and Friends (1597, slightly enlarged 1625)
Of Suitors (1597, enlarged 1625)
Of Studies (1597, enlarged 1625)
Of Faction (1597, much enlarged 1625)
Of Ceremonies and Respects (1597, enlarged 1625)
Of Praise (1612, enlarged 1625)
Of Vain Glory (1612)
Of Honour and Reputation (1597, omitted 1612, republished 1625)
Of Judicature (1612)
Of Anger (1625)
Of Vicissitude of Things (1625)
A Fragment of an Essay of Fame
Of the Colours of Good and Evil
HISTORY OF CHINA
_of the University of California_
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
Berkeley and Los Angeles 1969
First published in U. S. A. by
_University of California Press_
_Berkeley and Los Angeles_
Second printing 1955
Third printing 1956
Second edition (revised by the author
and reset) 1960
Third edition (revised
and enlarged) 1969
_To My Wife_
_THE EARLIEST TIMES_
Chapter I: PREHISTORY
1 Sources for the earliest history 7
2 The Peking Man 8
3 The Palaeolithic Age 8
4 The Neolithic Age 9
5 The eight principal prehistoric cultures 10
6 The Yang-shao culture 12
7 The Lung-shan culture 15
8 The first petty States in Shansi 16
Chapter II: THE SHANG DYNASTY
(_c._ 1600-1028 B.C.)
1 Period, origin, material culture 19
2 Writing and Religion 22
3 Transition to feudalism 24
Chapter III: THE CHOU DYNASTY (_c._ 1028-257 B.C.)
1 Cultural origin of the Chou and end of the Shang dynasty 29
2 Feudalism in the new empire 30
3 Fusion of Chou and Shang 32
4 Limitation of the imperial power 36
5 Changes in the relative strength of the feudal states 38
6 Confucius 40
7 Lao Tzŭ 45
Chapter IV: THE CONTENDING STATES (481-256 B.C.):
DISSOLUTION OF THE FEUDAL SYSTEM
1 Social and military changes 51
2 Economic changes 53
3 Cultural changes 57
Chapter V: THE CHIN DYNASTY (256-207 B.C.)
1 Towards the unitary State 62
2 Centralization in every field 64
3 Frontier Defence. Internal collapse 67
_THE MIDDLE AGES_
Chapter VI: THE HAN DYNASTY (206 B.C.-A.D. 220)
1 Development of the gentry-state 71
2 Situation of the Hsiung-nu empire; its relation to the
Han empire. Incorporation of South China 75
3 Brief feudal reaction. Consolidation of the gentry 77
4 Turkestan policy. End of the Hsiung-nu empire 86
5 Impoverishment. Cliques. End of the Dynasty 90
6 The pseudo-socialistic dictatorship. Revolt of the "Red
7 Reaction and Restoration: the Later Han dynasty 96
8 Hsiung-nu policy 97
9 Economic situation. Rebellion of the "Yellow Turbans".
Collapse of the Han dynasty 99
10 Literature and Art 103
The Qur'an comprehends the complete code for the Muslims to live a good, chaste, abundant and rewarding life in obedience to the commandments of Allah, in this life and to gain salvation in the next. It is the "chart of life" for every Muslim, and it is the "constitution" of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth.
The Qur'an is the eternal contemporary of the Muslims. Each generation of Muslims has found new sources of strength, courage and inspiration in it. It is also, for them, a "compass" in the turbulent voyage of life, as it has explained itself in the following verses:
. . . Indeed, there has come to you light and a clear book from Allah; With it Allah guides him who fill follow His pleasure into the ways of safety and brings them out of utter darkness into light by his will and guides them to the right path. (V: 15-16)
It has created an all but new phase of human thought and a fresh type of character. It deserves the highest praise for its conceptions of Divine nature in reference to the attributes of Power, Knowledge, and Universal Providence and Unity--that its belief and trust is one God, creator of Heaven and Earth is deep and fervent, and that it embodies much of a noble and moral earnestness. It is Qur'an which transformed the simple shepherds and wandering Bedouins of Arabia into the founders of empires, the builders of cities, the collectors of libraries. If a system of religious teachings is evaluated by the changes which it introduces into the way of life, the customs and beliefs of its follower, then Qur'an as a code of life is second to none. It is not strange then, that more translations and more commentaries of the Holy Qur'an have been published than that of any other book claimed to be the Divine Revelation.
Quran is the main miracle of Muhammad, the proof of his prophethood and the culmination of a series of divine messages that started with the messages revealed to Adam, regarded in Islam as the first prophet, and continued with the Scrolls of Abraham (Suhuf Ibrahim), the Tawrat (Torah or Pentateuch) of Moses the Zabur (Tehillim or Book of Psalms) of David. The Quran describes itself as a book of guidance, sometimes offering detailed accounts of specific historical events, and often emphasizing the moral significance of an event over its narrative sequence.
H. G. Wells
J. J. Little & Ives Company
Copyright, 1922, by H. G. Wells
This SHORT HISTORY OF THE WORLD is meant to be read
straightforwardly almost as a novel is read. It gives in the most
general way an account of our present knowledge of history, shorn
of elaborations and complications. It has been amply illustrated
and everything has been done to make it vivid and clear. From it
the reader should be able to get that general view of history
which is so necessary a framework for the study of it particular
period or the history of a particular country. It may be found
useful as a preparatory excursion before the reading of the
author's much fuller and more explicit _Outline of History_ is
undertaken. But its especial end is to meet the needs of the busy
general reader, too driven to study the maps and time charts of
that _Outline_ in detail, who wishes to refresh and repair his
faded or fragmentary conceptions of the great adventure of
mankind. It is not an abstract or condensation of that former
work. Within its aim the _Outline_ admits of no further
condensation. This is a much more generalized History, planned
and written afresh.
I. THE WORLD IN SPACE 1
II. THE WORLD IN TIME 5
III. THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE 11
IV. THE AGE OF FISHES 16
V. THE AGE OF THE COAL SWAMPS 21
VI. THE AGE OF REPTILES 26
VII. THE FIRST BIRDS AND THE FIRST MAMMALS 31
VIII. THE AGE OF MAMMALS 37
IX. MONKEYS, APES AND SUB-MEN 43
X. THE NEANDERTHALER AND THE RHODESIAN MAN 48
XI. THE FIRST TRUE MEN 53
XII. PRIMITIVE THOUGHT 60
XIII. THE BEGINNINGS OF CULTIVATION 65
XIV. PRIMITIVE NEOLITHIC CIVILIZATIONS 71
XV. SUMERIA, EARLY EGYPT AND WRITING 77
XVI. PRIMITIVE NOMADIC PEOPLES 84
XVII. THE FIRST SEA-GOING PEOPLES 91
XVIII. EGYPT, BABYLON AND ASSYRIA 96
XIX. THE PRIMITIVE ARYANS 104
XX. THE LAST BABYLONIAN EMPIRE AND THE EMPIRE OF DARIUS I 109
XXI. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE JEWS 115
XXII. PRIESTS AND PROPHETS IN JUDEA 122
XXIII. THE GREEKS 127
XXIV. THE WARS OF THE GREEKS AND PERSIANS 134
XXV. THE SPLENDOUR OF GREECE 139
XXVI. THE EMPIRE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT 145
XXVII. THE MUSEUM AND LIBRARY AT ALEXANDRIA 150
XXVIII. THE LIFE OF GAUTAMA BUDDHA 156
XXIX. KING ASOKA 163
XXX. CONFUCIUS AND LAO TSE 167
XXXI. ROME COMES INTO HISTORY 174
XXXII. ROME AND CARTHAGE 180
XXXIII. THE GROWTH OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE 185
XXXIV. BETWEEN ROME AND CHINA 196
XXXV. THE COMMON MAN'S LIFE UNDER THE EARLY ROMAN EMPIRE 201
XXXVI. RELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE ROMAN EMPIRE 208
XXXVII. THE TEACHING OF JESUS 214
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1. A Background of European History
2. The Crises of the Middle Ages
3. Renaissance Europe
4. The Age of Exploration and Discovery
5. Challenges to Spiritual Authority
6. Religious Wars in Europe
7. Absolutism in Europe
8. Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment
9. Revolution in France
10. Napoleon Bonaparte and the Rise of Nationalism
11. Age Of Revolutions
12. European Imperialism and Nationalism
13. World War I
14. Europe: 1918 to 1945
15. Europe: 1945 to Present
Key Terms A-Z
A Background of European History Up to the Middle Ages: Historical Worldview | Fall of the Roman Empire | Barbarians Unite | Romanesque and Gothic Art
The Middle Ages: Introduction | Papal Power in the Middle Ages | Society in the Middle Ages | Early Middle Ages | High Middle Ages | Late Middle Ages | New Breeds of Art | The Rise of Towns and Commerce | Growth of National Monarchies | The Black Death | Challenges to Spiritual Authority at the End of the Middle Ages
Renaissance Europe: Introduction | Origins | Social Order and Cultural Change | The Birth of Humanism | Arts | The Prince | Northern Renaissance vs. Southern Renaissance | The New Monarchies | The Rise of Court Life
The Age of Exploration and Discovery: Introduction | Causes of the Age of Exploration | Portuguese Roles in Early Exploration | Important Portuguese Explorers | Early Spanish Explorers | English Explorers | Dutch Explorers | Results of the Age of Exploration
Challenges to Spiritual Authority: Introduction | Causes of the Protestant Reformation | Key Persons of the Reformation | Chart of Key Religions | The Counter-Reformation | The Spanish Reconquista of 1492 | Religious Qualms in England
Religious Wars in Europe: Introduction | Spanish Conflict with the Dutch | The Spanish Armada | The Decline of Spain | The Thirty Years' War
Absolutism in Europe: Introduction | Louis XIV, Model of Absolutism | The War of Spanish Succession | The Balance of Power in Foreign Policy | The Economics of Mercantilism | The Rise of Prussia 1701 - 1740 | Stuart England 1603-1714 | The Glorious Dutch Republic | Peter Romanov the Great of Russia 1689-1723 | Baroque Art
Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment: Introduction | An Era of Enlightened Despotism | A War-Torn Europe | Science and Technology | Society and Culture
Revolution in France: Introduction | Diplomatic Revolution | Neoclassicism | Precursors to the French Revolution | End of a Royal family | Storming of the Bastille | New Governments
Napoleon Bonaparte and the Rise of Nationalism: Introduction | The Consulate 1799-1804 | The Empire 1804-1814 | The Congress of Vienna 1814-1815 | The Restoration of Louis XVIII Bourbon | A Shift in Foreign Policy | A New Nationalism
Age Of Revolutions: Introduction | Europe in the Age of Revolutions | Industrial Revolution | Society and Culture
European Imperialism and Nationalism: Introduction | The States of Europe | International Relations | Science and Technology | Society and Culture
World War I: Introduction | The War | Science and Technology | Society and Culture | The Russian Revolution
Europe: 1918 to 1945: Introduction | The Treaty of Versailles of 1919 | Problems of Germany After World War I | German Prosperity Returns | The Rise of Pacifism and Isolation in the 1920s | Democracies in Europe from 1919 through 1939 | Challenges to Democracy in the 1930s | Fascism in Germany and Italy | The Spanish Civil War 1936-1939 | Again to War, the Outbreak of World War II
Europe: 1945 to Present: Introduction | Western Europe 1945-Present | The European Union | The Soviet Union and Its Fall
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To go to the top from birth up to the French emperor was not a noble effort requires skill as well as luck.
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• Although there was noble, noble ancestry was less in
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· Academy graduation in 11 months. The shortest recording (usually around 4 years)
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1793 years old, a captain with the officers fled aristocratic boss windfall
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The generals have a cannon for Buppanashi Royalist uprising in 1795 years old
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Domestic banks established in France, the Napoleonic Code promulgated, educational reform, and improvement to vigorously carry out transportation
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The date 12.12.12 is a unique numerical occurrence, the next occurrence coming after eighty nine years (01.01.2101) in the next century. So on this day we want everyone to pause for a moment to remember where we are as a generation and make a prayer and an oath to make our Earth a better place for the generation to come.
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