Sex and Purpose is a man’s evolutionary manual to women, masculinity and fulfillment. It is directed at the modern Western male, belittled and marginalized, considered inferior and disposable by the West’s postmodern and feminist pop culture. Sex and Purpose uses classical Western philosophy and evolutionary psychology to build a fresh, irreverent and highly original view of male identity and purpose that proudly embraces masculinity, refuses to be belittled, and freely uses available tools for getting fulfillment in one’s relationship and sex life, with an appreciation for the long-term good of one’s family and civilization.Besides thoroughly defending men from the anti-male onslaught of radical feminists, it also defends women from the feminist thinking that women are worthless unless they live according to feminist-defined standards, teaching that women have the right to define for themselves their own ways of life, whether traditionalist or modernist, regardless of what feminists think.Men and women are different, because they have different evolutionary purposes. But a common humanity unites us, and this should be paramount in the attitudes of both sexes toward one another. A man does not achieve fulfillment through a cynical and manipulative attitude toward women, but through finding a genetically-compatible woman who best completes the male-female union that evolution has designed him to create with the right female.
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 09/12/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 197 pages
Cloud Computing for Complete Beginners: Building and Scaling High-Performance Web Servers on the Amazon Cloud
Cloud Computing for Complete Beginners makes it extremely easy to get into the business of setting up and managing your own Cloud servers. The book provides detailed instructions and numerous screenshots and command line examples, making it easy for readers to follow along and build and configure their servers without having to do any guesswork.This book is meant as a quick crash course to get you going as soon as possible. It helps you avoid running in circles and spending hours reading forums and online articles to find out what you need to do next. Everything important is already in here!
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 03/02/2016Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 108 pages
"Stay cautious of your nafs [ego]. No trial has afflicted you except through it. Do not make peace with it, for by God, no one can bring honor to it except one who has humiliated it, and no one can bring greatness to it except one who has made it insignificant and submissive, and no one can make it whole except one who has broken it, and no one can bring rest to it except one who has exhausted it, and no one can bring security to it except one who has frightened it, and no one can bring happiness to it except one who has brought sadness to it."This book provides a wide selection of quotations taken from ten of the best books of Ibn al-Qayyim (full name Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah), famous Medieval theologian and spiritual writer and companion of Ibn Taymiyyah, translated into easy, accessible English for the modern reader.
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 03/24/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 304 pages
Ikram Hawramani's 10,000 Names for Muslim Babies is the definitive English-language baby name book for Muslims. The book is the result of five years of research cataloguing and describing names acceptable for use by Muslims. Great care has been taken to ensure the correctness of the meanings provided; all meanings have been validated across various dictionaries and references, such as Taj al-Lughah wa Sihaah al-Arabiyyah by Isma`eel bin Hammad al-Jawhari (11th century CE), Lisaan al-Arab by Ibn Manzur (14th century), al-Qamoos al-Muheet by Fairuzabadi (15th century), and contemporary sources such as the Loghatnameh of Dehkhoda, the Sultan Qaboos Encyclopedia of Arab Names, and the Oxford Dictionary of First Names.Besides providing meanings, variant spellings of the names and the occasional historical note are provided. A note is provided for names that are mentioned in the Qur'an (Quranic baby names). For Western converts to Islam wishing to preserve their cultural traditions, hundreds of European names are provided whose meanings are acceptable according to Islamic criteria.The total count of the names is more than 10,000, partly due to the fact that a name can belong to multiple languages, and partly because the actual number of names is more than 10,000. The book would be more accurately titled as "More Than 10,000 Names for Muslim Babies", but this was considered unnecessarily pedantic. The book includes baby names from the following languages, cultures and sources:Arabic (10801 names)Persian (2045 names)English (773 names)Kurdish (197 names)German (170 names)Turkish (166 names)Italian (145 names)French (120 names)Spanish (108 names)Urdu (103 names)Russian (86 names)Irish (84 names)Scandinavian (81 names)Scottish (76 names)Polish (52)Welsh (50)Biblical (45)Portuguese (39 names)Dutch (36 names)Czech (29 names)Latin (28 names)Danish (28 names)Swedish (26 names)Finnish (22 names)Hebrew (21 names)Irish Gaelic (11 names)Scottish Gaelic (11 names)
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 02/17/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 326 pages
Object-Oriented PHP Best Practices: A Small Handbook of Conventions for Writing Readable, Sustainable OOPHP Code
Object-Oriented PHP Best Practices is a book for beginners to object-oriented programming in a PHP environment.Ikram, a web developer who has been building websites since 2001, and his colleagues spent a year rewriting a 450,000-line educational system written in PHP that was an utter and complete mess, the result of a decade of constant changes in programmers in managers, with such wonders as a 2000 line functions doing upwards of 100 database calls to retrieve a student's name, and with band-aids thrown over known issues, and band-aids thrown over these band-aids, until the general accretion of mistakes and bad judgments had led to entire parts of the system being so massively convoluted that no previous programmer had been willing to touch them.As the team refactored the project, Ikram was tasked with taking extensive notes to create a list of conventions that would ease the task of rescuing the project from its tar pit, and more importantly, prevent it from falling back into the pit again as time passed and the project changed hands again. The result was a conventions document that Ikram extended into this book, which summarizes his most important findings. Ikram presents a set of simple yet powerful conventions (sometimes unintuitive) that ensure an object-oriented PHP project stays lean, modular, easy to read and easy to build upon. Most PHP programmers eventually gravitate toward these conventions as they learn painful lessons from past mistakes. This book takes the pain out of the process by identifying these mistakes early and helping you avoid them before you make them.
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 03/24/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 101 pages
The Persian Baby Name Book offers a wide selection of beautiful baby names for boys and girls, both classical and modern. All the names have been researched using Persian-language references and verified for accuracy. A free consultation service is offered to readers who wish for additional information on any of the names.
Publication date: 08/14/2015Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 132 pages
Ikram Hawramani's Traditional and Modern Arabic Baby Names is the definitive English-language work on Arabic baby names, spanning thousands of names from before Islam to the present day. The book is the result of five years of research cataloguing and describing names in use by Muslims, both rare and common. Great care has been taken to ensure the correctness of the meanings provided; all meanings have been validated across various dictionaries and references, such as Taj al-Lughah wa Sihaah al-Arabiyyah by Isma`eel bin Hammad al-Jawhari (11th century CE), Lisaan al-Arab by Ibn Manzur (14th century), al-Qamoos al-Muheet by Fairuzabadi (15th century), and contemporary sources such as the Loghatnameh of Dehkhoda, Qamoos al-Asmaa’ al-Arabiyyah by Shafeeq al-Arna’ut, Asmaa’ al-Banaat wa Ma`aanihaa by Muhammad Ibraheem Saleem, Qamoos al-Asmaa’ al-Arabiyyah wal Mu`arrabah by Dr. Hanaa Nasr al-Hatti, and the Sultan Qaboos Encyclopedia of Arab Names by a research team at Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, Oman.Besides providing meanings, variant spellings of the names and the occasional historical note are provided. A note is provided for names that are mentioned in the Qur'an (Quranic baby names).
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 03/25/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 248 pages
Ikram Hawramani's Traditional Islamic Baby Names is the definitive English-language work on traditional names from Islamic history, spanning over 1500 male and female given names belonging to more than 9000 of the Companions (friends and peers) of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) as recorded in history books. The names are sourced from respected scholarly works on the lives of the Companions, such as Usud al-Ghabah fi Ma`rifat al-Sahabah by Ibn al-Athir (1160 - 1233 CE) and Mawsoo`at Hayaat al-Sahaabah (Encyclopedia of the Lives of the Companions) by Muhammad Sa`eed Mubayyid (published 2000 CE).Great care has been taken to ensure the correctness of the meanings provided; all meanings have been validated across various respected references, such as Taj al-Lughah wa Sihaah al-Arabiyyah by Isma`eel bin Hammad al-Jawhari (11th century CE), Lisaan al-Arab by Ibn Manzur (14th century), al-Qamoos al-Muheet by Fairuzabadi (15th century), and contemporary sources such as Qamoos al-Asmaa’ al-Arabiyyah by Shafeeq al-Arna’ut, Asmaa’ al-Banaat wa Ma`aanihaa by Muhammad Ibraheem Saleem, Qamoos al-Asmaa’ al-Arabiyyah wal Mu`arrabah by Dr. Hanaa Nasr al-Hatti, and the Sultan Qaboos Encyclopedia of Arab Names by a research team at Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, Oman.
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 03/26/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 270 pages
"Be glad if you sense a darkness in your heart after (sinning), for if there was no light in your heart, you would not be able to sense the darkness." —Ibn al-JawziAbul Faraj Ibn al-Jawzi is one of the greatest and most prolific writers in Islamic history, belonging to the era of the Islamic Golden Age. His writings have inspired and guided generations of Islamic scholars and ordinary Muslims for centuries. A Beautiful Path to God is a collection of quotations from Ibn al-Jawzi's best-known books, selected to provide a beneficial and heart-touching mixture of inspiring reminders, snippets of rare and beautiful insights, and guidance toward living a balanced spiritual life modeled after the life of the Prophet, peace be upon him, and his Companions.Among the topics covered are:
- How to increase one's piety and dedication to God.
- Avoiding common pitfalls suffered on one's spiritual journey.
- Purifying one's intentions from pride and the desire to show off.
- Balancing the present-life with the afterlife, neglecting the rights and duties of neither.
Published by: Hawramani.com | Publication date: 08/22/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 241 pages
This book presents 365 inspiring and beneficial sayings of respected ancient and modern writers and scholars, from al-Hasan al-Basri to Ibn al-Qayyim to al-Ghazali to Mustafa Mahmud and Tariq Ramadan.
Publication date: 08/28/2015Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 94 pages