My name Ameenah Yamini, I am now 18 years old. I’m a senior at Frederick Douglass High School. I am the 12th child out of all my brother and sisters. It’s 7 girls and 5 boys, I know I have a big family. I used to live with both of my parents until my daddy died back in 2012, so now it’s just my mom and me. I used to have a job at Papa Johns in Dunwoody but I had to let it go because I have to focus on my school work. All i worry about is school, nothing else. Well let me tell you about my life. I’ll start back in 6th grade, when i attended Sylvan Hills Middle. I was at that school for all my 3 years of middle school. That was the most piped up school ever. Everybody was cool with everybody. I done got into some trouble at the end of my 8th
The Yamabushi are a type of Japanese goblin, most commonly in the form of ascetic monks who live high in the mountains in seclusion. They are very powerful warriors with magical powers. Different forms of Yamabushi can be seen in various different cultures. Modern day Yamabushi are mountain monks who are followers of the Shugendo religion. The name Yamabushi literally means “one who lies/hides in the mountains”. The Yamabushi began as isolated clusters of mountain hermits and monks, who followed the path of Shugendo. Through the following of Shugendo, the Yamabushi searched for “spiritual, mystical, and supernatural powers.” (Yamabushi). They gained these powers through asceticism.
My name is Zofia Yamaika. I was born into a prominent Jewish family in Warsaw, Poland. I was an average Jewish girl that had everything, a nice house, family, and education. Later, once I was a teenager, I joined a communist club called Spartacus and stayed in it, until Germany banned it. Then, when things couldn't get worse, they did; Warsaw, Poland surrendered to germany. After this, I stopped going to school; I knew my life was
Kasia Elghazawi, born Katarzyna Anna Krupska, was born on November 4, 1975 in Klodzko, Poland. Growing up, she loved to paint and read. A lot of her time was spent reading books and learning new information from them. She describes school as being “very strict,” having to wear uniforms and having very harsh teachers. The teachers demanded a great amount of respect. She had little to no technology growing up, only having a TV with two channels. Kasia had no internet, no computer, and not even a home phone. She says that although having technology now is more convenient, having no technology makes you spend more time with your family and gives you more time to enjoy life.
Meet Aqimioaz. She is an extremely beautiful girl with incredible intelligence and can do things with her brain that no other can. That hot summer day on June 18th 1908, Aqimioaz witnessed her own father abusing her mother right in front of her, she was horrified. Aqimioaz decided with all this power she has, she will help anyone in an abusive controlling relationship.
Reza Aslan is a 44 year old, Muslim who was born in Tehran, Iran and later moved to America. Reza studies religion, is a writer, a writing professor, and a television producer. Reza graduated from multiple schools like Santa Clara University, Harvard Divinity School, University of California, University of Iowa, and Harvard University. Reza Aslan’s career consists of working as a professor for writing at the University of California, part taking in The Yale Humanist Community, and being a trustee on the board for Chicago Theological Seminary. Along with his career he is a member of many organizations like the American Academy of Religions where many religious scholars inform others about many different religious topics and issues. Reza is also an executive producer of the ABC, drama, Kings and Prophets.
Yaseen Alsahaf is a famous writer who wrote many educational and adventurous books. His books are mostly instructive. My favorite book of his is about how to survive in college. The book is called “College Experience”. It is about written stories of people of how to overcome obstacles in college. The famous writer was named after his grandfather who died when he was born. The meaning of his name is “Man”. When Yaseen was a child, children teased him about his name by creating different funny names, but he didn't care. His biggest dream was to become a pilot to travel around the
My name is Katelyn Sandoval, I was born in Dallas, TX. I am 21 years old, full-time student at Tarrant County College. I am the oldest of three sisters. I am also married to my husband Jose; we have two beautiful kids named Joshua he is a year and a half and Susana is 7 months. I love to spending time with my kids, they have changed completely my perspective of how I view the world. I grew up motivating myself, and no matter what I faced, I have educated myself to hustle through the issues, life can bring. I give thanks to God, that I have been successful in everything that I have accomplished thus far, and I have established more goals and dreams in my life, that I am determine to fulfill.
Omar Khayyam's full name was Ghiyathb al-Din Abu'l-Fath Umar ibn Ibrahim Al-Nisaburi al-Khayyami. Khayyam studied philosophy at Naishapur. He lived in a time that did not make life easy for learned men unless they had the support of a ruler at one of the many courts. However Khayyam was an
The ziggurat, the windmill, the first “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” are all contributions made to modern civilization by the Persian Empire.1 In general, Eastern contributions to modern civilization are often overlooked in history. While Medieval Europe produced many notable alchemists commonly referred to, it was Persia that produced the most influential early alchemist. In fact, the word “alchemy” comes from the Persian word “kimya.”2 The Eastern world is to thank for Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan, or Jabir, who can be argued to be one the most influential and understated early alchemists in history.
Hi, my name is David Heard. I just turned twenty years old on February 4. I am a second generation American. My whole family is white and is originally from England. I have an older sister, Mary, who we do not see anymore, (I will get to that later), a younger brother, Adam, and both my parents. My parents and little brother live in a nice size house for the three of them. I plan to get married soon, but for now I live in a house near my parents by myself. They do not own that much land, but it is enough for my mom?s garden and for my little brother to play on. My father used to own a little ice cream and candy shop just on the outskirts of Boston. I took it over because my father does not want to work anymore. He feels that he is getting to old to be getting up before the sun rises to make candy.
Who am I, I am Aaliyah Ellerbee an 8th grade student at Harambee Charter School. But this doesn’t really define me who I am as a person. I am just a normal teen who enjoys school, receiving outstanding grades and bio-engineering. I was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. I am an African American Muslim young lady. I have a younger sibling, were 4 years apart. I have fun, loving parents who are always there for me. After 13years on this planet I still haven’t figured out who I really am. After going class to class, meeting new people I still can’t pinpoint exactly “who I really am.” In school I like going above and beyond on projects, test and more. Also, staying on honor roll I am also interested in math and science at school.
I live with my mommy and daddy in La Cresta along with my brother. I have many friends in my life right now, but i don’t want to drag on this paper with all of their names, but I hang with the guys on the weekends. I do not currently have a girlfriend but I am seeing a very beautiful lady by the name of Timarie Kelly. On campus at school I am involved in the custom car club, which has led me to a new found respect for automobiles. In high school my favorite subject is my senior English, because I have Mrs. Saylor as my English teacher, and I also love my TA class because it’s a kickback class with my friends Ray-Dawg, Nick, and of course the teacher Mrs. Moon.
Muhammad Ibn Zakariya Al-Razi was born on August 26, 865 AD in Ray, Iran and died on October 15, 925 AD in Ray, Iran. It is said that Razi was initially interested in music but soon became attached to medicine, mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, and philosophy. While he was studying under his mentor Ali Ibn Rabban he became well versed in ancient Greek, Persian, and Indian systems of medicine and many other subjects. As he grew older he chose medicine as his professional field. He was an early advocate of experimental medicine and has been labeled as the father of pediatrics. Razi was the first physician to distinguish smallpox and measles through his clinical characterization of the two diseases. He labeled detailed descriptions of diseases in children, women, childbirth, and reproductive diseases.