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‘Ali asked the Prophet


  ‘Ali asked the Prophet one day about the principles governing his general behaviour, and he replied, “knowledge is my capital, reason is the basis of my religion, love is my foundation, desire is my mount for riding, remembrance of God is my comrade, confidence is my treasure, anxiety is my companion, science is my arm, patience is my mantle, contentment is my booty, modesty is my pride, renunciation of pleasure is my profession, certitude is my food, truth is my intercessor, obedience is my sufficiency, struggle is my attitude and the delight of my heart is in the service of worship.””


was asked the question today.  The Prophet’s would have to respond to a new world.  His answers may have some variation.  Today’s society is much different than during his time.  Maybe, the Prophet would emphasize careful communication, honesty, peace, technology, understanding, security, sports, human rights, stock markets, good judgement, and environmentally friendly solutions.

  Topstockblog is dedicated to helping the world reach thoughtful solutions to these problems. Topstockblog has put some study into becoming a prophet, and learned a great deal about Jesus, and Muhammad in the process.  Jesus words were written in the bible after his death interpreted by religious scholars.   Muhammad was more directly involved in the writings of the Quran.  As such he has a large audience of followers.   Topstockblog  hopes to help the world.  In doing so he is prepared to pay.

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July 13, 2008 Posted by | Personal Growth | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Blending languages could be good for the world economy

Mixing languages to form or use common words between languages is a good idea. Different languages like English, and Chinese could find common words to use for proper nouns, verbs, and the like. To be mixed. Spanish and English. French and English. If more people could communicate around the world. A reduction in both redundancy, waste, mistakes, and shared experience would help the wolrd achieve it’s economic, social, and environmental potential.
Connecting in the odd sort of way all languauges work. With careful attention to detail, and a blending of words like Pepsi. Proper nouns, verbs, and other important words can retain their sound, and word.
As the world works to find peace, and security for the future. Practical answers can be found.  Enhancing communication of people around the world with a common interest could create trillions of dollars of wealth, savings, and benefit around the world.  People should be able to communicate around the world.


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July 1, 2008 Posted by | American Politics and Policy Ideas, Personal Growth | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

12 tips to improve yourself, and or home business

Some  helpful ideas to improving your home business.   List of recent ideas I have brain stormed, to help improve myself and others. 

   1.  Network with those you come into contact with.  

   2.  Learn From others.

   3.  Be professional.

   4.  Work hard; Add value.

   5.  Help others;  worry about profits later.

   6.  Take responsibility.  Admit when you are wrong, and solve problems.  Focus on problems you can fix.

   7.  Business and personal goals should be shared.  Despite what others have said about seperating the two.  Keep your morals close by your side when you conduct yourself and good karma will be on your side.  

   9.  We all have different wants, and needs.   Have faith in constructive actions.  Destructive, greedy, and oppressive forces are risks worth looking at when analyzing your market thoroughly.

  10.  Use good judgement, and learn from your experiences.

  11.  Get business cards to share your contact information with aquantances, friends, family, and business prospects.  

  12.  Pay attention to details.

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June 5, 2008 Posted by | Personal Growth | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments