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Michael Jackson Rockin' Robin
The Best Michael Jackson & Jackson Fi, Polygram Tv, 8
Robbie Williams Different
(CD Single), Island, 4
Queen I Want To Break Free
Queen - Greatest Hits II, Parlophone
Hockey Song Away
(CD Single), Virgin, 1
The Ronettes Frosty The Snowman
A Christmas Gift For You (Phil Spect, Phil Spector Int
Paloma Faith Just Be
Fall To Grace, Sony
The Jam A Town Called Malice
Jam Story, Universal
The Beautiful South You Keep It All In
Beautiful South - Carry On Up The Cha, Go! Discs
U2 Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
A Very Special Christmas (Various), A&M
Billy May & His Orchestra Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer Mambo
Merry Christmas, EMI, 10
Andy Burrows Hometown
(CD Single), Play It Again Sam UK, 1
The Police Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Ones On 1 (Radio 1 21st Birthday Albu, BBC
Elvis Presley Blue Christmas
If Every Day Was Like Christmas, RCA
Michael Bublé A Holly Jolly Christmas
Christmas: Deluxe Special Edition, Reprise
Dean Martin and Helen O'Connell How D'Ya Like Your Eggs In The Morning?
Cool Couples (Various Artists), Sanctuary
Olly Murs Troublemaker
(CD Single), Epic, 1
Counting Crows Mr Jones
(CD Single), Geffen
Wizzard I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
That's Christmas (Various Artists), EMI
The Rolling Stones One More Shot
Foreigner Cold As Ice
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll... (Various), Fragile, 3
Tom Jones She's A Lady
Take A Break (Various Artists), Columbia
Jona Lewie Stop The Cavalry
The Ivor Novello Winners, EMI
Chuck Berry Run Rudolph Run
Chuck Berry - The Chess Years (Cd 2), Chess
Tracy Thorn Joy
(CD Single), Strange Feeling Records
Fleetwood Mac Don't Stop
The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac, Warner Strategic Marketi, 2
Elton John Nikita
Friends & Lovers (Various Artists), K-Tel
Pause for Thought
From Sarah Joseph, Editor of a Muslim lifestyle magazine.
It's my 20th wedding anniversary tomorrow.
I can't tell you exactly why it has worked all these years, but it has.
I suppose we chose each other because of shared values as opposed to other considerations.
The values we care about can be summed up in a short chapter of the Qur'an called "Asr". In it God swears by time that human beings are lost except those who believe, who do good deeds, who tell the truth and who are patient.
Having something higher to believe in, believing that we'll be called to account one day gives us both a sense of awe, and something beyond us as a couple.
Doing good in this world makes sense to us. The purpose of life is a life of purpose.
Truth is fundamental, because without it there can't be trust.
Patience is vital - and it is often sorely tested.
He makes me laugh, which helps. And he enjoys making me laugh.
My mantra throughout the marriage has always been "one good thing" - so every day I focus on one thing I really like about him, or one thing which he has done for me which was nice that day. And he does a lot of kind things: he cooks me amazing meals, he picks me up at unearthly hours, he always gives me the better half of the mango. In truth-he cares. And caring is important in relationships. More than that though—he helps me strive to be better, to be more than I am. He is both the rock which anchors me, and the wind beneath my wings to help me fly.
There's an awful lot that goes into a marriage. We work really hard at making it work. Ultimately, I think we are both to committed to the Qur'anic description of a married couple.
The Qur'an describes men and women as "protecting friends" of one another. You look out for each other, and the relationship should never be a competition.
It also puts forward a powerful metaphor - men and women are "garments" for each other. And a garment is special - it covers, it protects, it beatifies, and it is skin close - never letting anything come between.
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