It sickens me to read the comments on this video and see all the people who don’t believe that this is how things are.
Because let me tell you, this is accurate. Powerful men are assumed to be strong, intelligent leaders, while powerful women are seen as bossy and mean. Furthermore, successful men are assumed to have achieved their success through ability, while successful women are just seen as lucky.
There is such a double standard and I’m so upset about how many people don’t realize that it exists
(props to the company for using this as their ad though, I’m impressed that they did that, and it’s really important to point out)
When you sit in the darkness of the night between the Hands of Your Master, then adopt the behaviour of the children. For indeed, the child when he seeks something from his father, and he is not given it, he cries over it.
Oh man what I love about this scene is they actually recruited Disney Animators for this one sequence. The animators were thrilled to be able to do it and the producers for Family Guy were just BLOWN away at the length of detail the animators put in to this one sequence.
This is amazing
i never noticed that about meg. this was a pretty good scene, though, until they made it about jews, like they do with every disney joke
I have this memory of my father when I asked him to give me a certain sum of money. It was ten Swiss francs. He looked me in the eyes and I was not sure why. He did not ask me, “where are you going, what is it for, when are you coming back” like many parents would do. He said something very important. He gave me the money and said, “Here, take it. But do not do something that displeases God.” He told me all I had to know. He told me, I trust you and if I am not here, God accompanies you, and this is between you and God. This is trust. But it is only when someone tells you that, that you know that he loves you and understands you.
Ibn ’Abdul-Haadi said, “He is the Shaikh, the Rabbaani Imaam, the Imaam of the Imaams, the Mufti of the Ummah, the Scholar of Multiple Fields of Knowledge, the Chief of the Memorisers, the Peerless [Scholar] of His Time, the Master of His Era, the Shaikh of Islaam, the…
’Uthaimeen on Good Manners
Shaikh ’Uthaimeen, may Allaah have mercy on him, said, “The heaviest thing that can be placed on the scales in terms of dealing with people is good manners. Good manners are something expansive and can be employed in buying and selling, renting and leasing, in everything. So when good manners are a part of [one’s] conduct, then all dealings will be good.”
By remembering how it felt the last time you made a mistake.