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NO HEART TO
 
GIVE
 
In a state of devastation
 
When you can`t get any vision
 
When you can`t go or run away
 
You can`t hide or be away
 
When there is no land any bound
 
No light ever day in day out
 
No point to strive, no goal toachieve
 
No see No sight No sob No sound
 
In a world of sorrow and grief
 
When all gladness has been spoiled
 
No mercy, No sympathy
 
The Rosen lands are destroyed
 
In this word of (No means ofsalvation)
 
Surely, there is No HEART to begiven
 
When you are in a foreigncountry. If you don’t know thelanguage of that country, youmay have a lot of problems.Here is the story of a Frenchman who was traveling in theUnited States. One day he wentto a restaurant and wanted toorder some mushrooms.Because he didn’t know English,he asked for a pencil and apaper and carefully drew apicture of a mushroom. But hisdrawing was not very good. Thewaiter looked at his drawingand went away.
 
Then he returned back after about twenty minutes with alarge umbrella. Another story isabout two Americans travelingto Spain. They didn’t know evena single word of Spanish. Oneday and while sitting in arestaurant in a small village,they wanted to order somefood. One of them wanted aglass of milk. The waiter couldn’t understand him.Finally, on a piece of paper theman drew a picture of a cow,and tried to show to the waiter that I want the milk of cow. Thewaiter looked at the picturecarefully. Then he left anddisappeared for a bout an hour.When he returned back. He had
Inside thisissue:
 
The Logics ofTransferring ourIdeas
 
1
 
Friends aretreasures
2
 
A prole on ateacher's career
 
3
 
Why do studentwrite on thewalls anddesks incollege?
4
 
Vitamins
 
5
 
Learn a Foreign Language
February, 2010
 
Issue 3
 
Special pointsof interest:
 
My advice toyou is getmarried:
ugliest behavior that appeared inthe college...
 
Can guys andgirls make afriendship?
Do you enjoymeeting newpeople?
 
There are twologics that peopledepend on...
IssuedbythestudentsofDepartmentofEnglish LanguageinCollegeofEducationforHumanSciences.
 
Hawler
 
SALAHADDINUNIVERSITY
“Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner”
 
Parween Anwar
, 3
rd
 
year 
 
by
Pashew majeed
,
3
rd year 
 
1.
 
Choose a day that you don’t have duty.
 
2.
 
Don’t think about stress and your troubles.
 
3.
 
Write down which time you smoke.
 
4.
 
You should eat sweats and gums.
 
5.
 
Try to tell everybody about your decision.
 
(Translated from German to English by:
Didar Husain
, 2
nd year 
)
 
When you say...
 
“No one really loves me...”
 
God tells you
“ I Love You”
 
1– Always try to keep smile on your face and think in a good way, so as to be anoptimistic person, because our prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) was always havinga smile on his face.
 
2
-
In our live, when something is gone it doesn’t come back again, it becomes apart of our past. So we should not waste our time thinking about it and grieve,but we should plan for today and the future.
 
3– Get benet of your time. Try not to waste even a single moment in your lifewasted uselessly. Time is more precious than gold, people can buy gold but theycan not buy even one second.
 
4– Try to be an open minded person and try to change your bad habits or behaviors' and even your way of thinking, if it was a wrong or a confused one.Try to accustom yourself with the people round you. Be a useful personto your society.
 
steps to give up smokingSome primary advices
Amera Ramadhan
, 2
nd year 
 
Bleeding
(Light)
Goal
:stop the bleeding.
 
Do not touch the wound(danger of infection)
 
Do not treat wound withpowder, salves or sprays.
 
Wound treatment: cover with sterilematerial and bandage.
 
For slight bleeding, a plaster is oftensucient.
 
If wound is large
-
scale, use a woundcover and bandage, do not applybandage too tight, as a stasis can leadto increased bleeding.
 
Note
:
wounds as a result of the bitefrom a rabid animal have to be washedwithy soapy solution
.
 
FirstAid
BEKHAL
photocopyMob: 07504514852
 
“No gain without pain”
 
Means that there is no work without tiredness,if you’re not suering pain by working, youcan’t get your aim.
 
“Look before you leap”
 
 Avoid acting hastily, without considering thepossible consequences.
 
Nasik Sa’id Abdullah.
2
nd year 
 
Every minute of anger will get you one more year older.
 
W
hat are you going to do if you forgotyour computer`s password or in case youwant to break locked computers in thiscase you have to follow this steps;1
-
Restart the computer.
 
2
-
Press on F8.
 
3
-
It will appear a display with manyoptions.
 
4
-
Choose Save Mode and wait.
 
5
-
After Save mode nished, thecomputer will be unlocked.
 
by
Mohammed Thanoon
,
4
th
year 
 
When you say...
 
“I can’t solve this ...”
 
God tells you
“I will direct your path”
 
When you say...
 
“It’s impossible”...
 
God tells you
 
“Everything is possible”
 
When you say...
 
“I feel all alone...”
 
God tells you
“Never will I leave you;never will I forsake you.”
 
When you say...
“I don’t deserveforgiveness...”
 
God tells you
“I have forgiven you”
 
       P     r     o     v     e     r       b
 
Are you happy but you don’t know it? One ofthe strangest things about happiness is thatyou might be a quite happy person, but youdon't feel it! To know your real inner feeling ofhappiness, answer the following questions ofa test with ''yes'' or ''no'' then read thedegrees at the end of this test:
 
1.
 
Do you often leave your own tasks a sideto help other people?
 
2.
 
Are you always described as theenthusiastic and determined person?
 
3.
 
Do you feel a perfect comfort when youget up at the morning?
 
4.
 
Are you interested in reading scienticmagazines, ambiguous stories anduniversal novels?
 
5.
 
Do you adapt yourself easily to the newcircumstances a round you?6.
 
Are you ready to wear others' clothes ifyou found them more comfortable onyou?
 
7.
 
Do you have a happy home life with your family?
 
8.
 
Do you generally feel happy at thebeginning of every new day?
 
9.
 
Are you beloved as much as you want tobe?
 
10.
 
Do you enjoy meeting new people?
 
11.
 
Is it bothering if somebody broke in thequeue overstepping the order?
 
12.
 
Does it bother you when a child asks youquestions?
 
13.
 
Do you want to be a novelist, a famous or amillionaire?
 
14.
 
Do you often be absent
-
minded from timeto time?
 
15.
 
Are you generally uneasy and worried?16.
 
Do you feel that you are lower or less thanthe others because you lack the social andsport activities?
 
17.
 
Do you often spend long time thinkingabout your dreams or hopes that didn'tcome true?18.
 
Do you like to hear discussions by chance?
 
19.
 
you often feel that you are stupid andclumsy?
 
20.
 
Are you one of those who become broken–hearted of a very trivial situation?* The degrees and analyzations: Giveyourself (
1
) degree for every ''yes'' fromnumber (
1
to
10
).
 
And give your self again (
1
) degree for every ''no'' from number (
11
to
20
)
 
*
5
degrees or less is a sign that you canhave more pleasure in your life.*
6
to
14
a sign that you have a averagelevel of happiness.
 
*
15
to
20
degrees assures that you are avery happy person whether you know itor not.
 
Are you
''Happy''
but you don't know?
Translated from an Arabic book
by
Ala'aYounis
, 2
nd year 
 
STAFF WRITERS
 
Pashéw MajeedDidar HusainArdalan Luqman
We do apologize last issue we made a small mistake,this is the correct one.
 
On the pages of days,
 
sketches of imagination pictures capture.
 
a piece of writing for life…
 
an expression to images,
 
an attention for moments,
 
remembering the memories
 
Become a bouquet of owers.
 
Parez Azad,
2
nd year 
 
E
-
mail:
geniusnsl@gmail.com
 
Managing Director:
Makos Karam
 
Editor 
-
in
-
Chief:
Fatima J. Taheer
Language Editor:
Ala’a Younis
Prepared
by
Srwa Wria
, 2
nd year 
 

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