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deenoverdami:

In English, the word prayer comes from the latin word precarius, meaning ‘obtained by humble request’. Naturally, the modern word ‘prayer’ has a near identical meaning, a humble or solemn request.

In Arabic, words are often defined by their letters (which form roots). The word for prayer is ‘salah’, but interestingly enough, the root doesn’t mean to ask, request, or beseech. The word for prayer, in Arabic, stems from the root that means - a connection.


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giant fluffball of cute ♡

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The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain
---Khalil Gibran, On Joy and Sorrow, The Prophet (via cindymayweather)
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perfection at its finest

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140903: sm signing contract ceremony in beijing

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Have you ever asked yourself, do monsters make war, or does war make monsters?
---Laini Taylor, Daughter of Smoke & Bone (via wordsnquotes)
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goddamn jongin…

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kris and chen giving each other a five during a MAMA performance

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