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Monthly Archive

January 2013

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 21 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
The Fountain


This year marks a delightful turn of a new era for The Fountain. Two decades have past since the release of our first issue, and just like in day one, The Fountain is filled with as much vigor and hop... read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
M. Fethullah Gulen

The Heart

 Love is like Solomon, Borne aloft on the heart, its throne.[1] The heart is humanity’s most essential feature and its greatest treasure.  It is the expression of our spiritual existence, the sou read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Joseph Clay

Fasting in Abrahamic Faiths

“O you who believe! Prescribed for you is the Fast, as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may deserve God’s protection and attain piety.”1 Fasting is an ancient practice whose pu read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Ali Fethi Toprak

Meet Molecular Motors: The Cargo Transporters in the Microcosm

They are tiny, and there are billions of them inside you. Tiny machines, one thousand times thinner than a hair strand but strong enough to carry all kinds of material within your cells. Yes, there read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Rukiye Nesibe Yuksel

Ability or Disability: An Unforgettable Experience at a Specialist School

Every human is precious with a special quality, and there are quite many of them at specialist schools. It is just a matter of being able to see that potential within every person, and be appreciati read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Harun Emre Berk

Revitalization that Comes with Change

What is the reason behind the calamities and disasters that take place in our world? Why do people have to struggle with illnesses and many other hardships during their lives? How can the All-Mercif... read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Halil I. Demir

Future of Computer Technology

It was only a decade ago that a phenomenon called the “Internet” came along and changed the way we communicated, did business and conducted our lives. Now, computer technology has become an essentia read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Mirkena Ozer

Touched by a Small Kindness

When a professor of Turkish language and literature is met by Turkish hospitality during a short stopover, she realizes how much the world is in need of small I was sitting at my desk, listening read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Bill Sayoran

The Lotus Effect: A Manifestation of Divine Purity

The lotus, a radiant and graceful aquatic plant with a magnificent ability to repel dirt, has been the inspiration behind a range of self-cleaning and dirt-repelling technologies. Now a registered t read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Sevim Karabulut

Helping Hands

With half the world living on less than $2.50 per day and with 46.2 million people in the United States living below the poverty line, poverty is a growing concern. The United States is known all read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Ali Sebetci

The Mysteries of the Fundamental Physical Dimensions

“The most beautiful system [the universe] could only proceed from the dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being.” (Isaac Newton) The Newtonian physics, quantum mechanics, and the theory of re read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Osman Senkaya

Responses to Conflict in Individualistic and Collectivistic Societies

Cultural differences have a potential to trigger conflicts at all levels, and the response each society gives to these conflicts depend on what they hold most dear as a foundational norm: independen read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Jason Newfoundland

The Cell Phone-Brain Cancer Controversy

In recent years, people have been divided by conflicting studies about the risk of cancer posed by cell phone radiation. Does the current conflicting research eradicate or support the cell phone-can read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Taufik Mohammad

Moderation as a Way to Address Prejudice

Of all the faculties and senses that man is endowed with, moderation is one of the most essential virtues. Moderation concerns all people within society, and can become an unattainable virtue unless read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Osman Cakmak

Can Black Holes Cause an Apocalypse?

The world may not have ended on December 21, 2012, but that does not mean it won’t end at all. So what will be the force that will disperse this robust system of ours, rendering all forces including read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Musa Ilhan

The Source of Love

Love... Man and the universe was created because of love and it can only be understood through love... Love is a part of every being and a power which can resist and overcome every force... Love is... read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Safiye Arslan

Little Professor Syndrome

Autism—and its milder cousin Asperger’s—affects 1 in 150 children across the US. Speculation goes that people like Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, Leonardo da Vinci, William Shakespeare and Ibn al... read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
M. Fethullah Gulen

Basira and Firasa

Literally meaning perception, intelligence, discretion, evidence, and witness, insight (basira) is defined as having an eye of the heart open, deep perception, an ability to see consequences at the be... read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
M. Fethullah Gulen

Rise Up

Rise up, valiant one, stop sleeping! Rise up, because my heart is lamenting… During the days having passed without you, I went back over the yesterdays, Grieving all the while, and saddened Since... read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Hikmet Isik

The Nature Of The Self

The ego1 is basically what we call the essence of human nature with qualities that are prone for goodness and evil. God Almighty has placed both good and evil feelings and emotions in our nature. In t... read more..

Issue 91 (January - February 2013)
Louima Cunningham

Science Square (Issue 91)

Bats are the only mammals that are able to fly and they make up almost one quarter of all mammal species on earth. These amazing creatures are free from most diseases and live exceptionally longer whe... read more..

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