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WEEKLY PHILOSOPHY PART 1 (LOVE)

by SAHIL ISLAM

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SAHIL ISLAM
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WRITER`S DEEP THINGS
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TO THINK IN DEEP
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A2614998
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09 May 2004

1.God is every where, it`s main axiom is love.
2.Although love is so secred but it is
know as common.
3.Love is a will of us,but we would
not be it completly
4.Love is sea therefore it`s down spot
is up to our brain.
5.Sindh is the land from those,those
are ful of love.
6.The express of love is so deep,that
is depend on "yes and no".
7.Although we walk in cold rain never
the less we are so hot cause of
love`s action.
8.Love is the soul of soft feelings.
9.Love translatesthe secret talks of
heart.
10.Love is such a secret,that is most
difficult to explain.
11.Visionary world is the being of
stabbed feelingof love.
12.Love is the main part of
heart`s being.
13.Novice idolater is the fictitios
scholar of love.
14.I love sindhri because she is
daughter of sindh.
15.Hate is irrationality war infront
of love.

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Posted on: 09 May 2004 by SAHIL ISLAM

how do you feel and consider my philosophy?

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