O Yay noor dhardh ki rahon main your glory is most present in harm’s way, rosheni bhardhae, fill our spirit with your light, yay noor toothi saanson, mae one that is exhaled with every breath zindagi bhardhae, fill our life. Yay noor aankh mai uththarae tho aaqrath bakshae, glory prevails over all the poor so that they sleep peacefully at night. Yay noor rooh mai uththarae tho aakhirath bakshe when glory covers everyone, time stops immediately. Maula thera noor, your brilliance sarae jahano mae has been spreading through out the world main saarae zamano mae in all times and in all places, amwwal sae paehelae before awakening aakhirke badh after leaving baadh baatin kae andhar through the truth within zahir kae badh after death, jiska zuhoor rozae azal, one whose glory rises every where rozae nushoor, and my soul obeys. Jalwa thera dhin your enlightened life rehnae mai is going to be my life tharfain mai in storms hausan mai in difficulties theri thalab har nain mai your advice is revealed in every eye, roshaen karae jo kohae thu, bring to life all you desire. Tabindah-tar shamson kamar and your love removes the satanic. Bestiality. Ghum noor mae shamo shazar for our days to be spent in divine promise mae chamkae shajar chamkae hazar at once my soul beats loudly with each song, chamkae sahar chumkae hajar, and it happens for all time. Taabindah-tar your love shamso kamar aaye nazar comes within our sight, nazdeek ko noor bring closer your grandeur bhujnae vaali sab raatho, at every night’s end mai aapna ruup dhika, show yourself dhae ga thareekae kae, and provide the times of your arrival so that my soul is not sleeping. Thufaano mae kashthi par laga dega, you defeat storms to put them in the dustbin of history. Thu hi sahil thu hi manzil, you are peace and acceptance thu hi hardham hai mera, and you are always with me thu hi maharam you are the first light of the morning thu hi raebar and the day’s wisdom. Thu hi haath hi mera , and thus your hands are meant for me to rejoice in glory. Maula thu hai merae saath God always remain with me maula thu merae saath kismath meri my fate belongs to you alone badhlae gayae ekdhin zaroor I hope one day even fate may change. Maula thera noor. Celebrate beneficence not? Satyagraha, the matchless weapon for the meekest one.
Be’emuna shelemaBeviat hamashiach ani ma’amin
Beviat hamashiach, ma’amin
Beviat hamashiach ani ma’amin
Beviat hamashiach, ma’aminVeaf al pi sheyitmahmeha
Im kol zeh, achake loh
Veaf al pi sheyitmahmeha
Im kol zeh, achake loh
Im kol zeh, im kol zeh, achake loh
I believe with complete faith
Believe in the coming of the Messiah
Nonetheless, I will wait for him
We hold these truths to be self–evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness,—That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just power from the consent of the governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. (The Declaration of Independence in Congress, July 4, 1776.) A core set of sociological values considered by most Americans as essential to the American way of life are discussed within the context of denial and opportunity for a large minority. These core values guarantee equal opportunity and justice for all Americans as expressed in, and supported by, the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights. Yet, historically, Black Americans experienced systematic injustices. A discussion of the Civil Rights Movement focuses on the organized, disciplined, nonviolent action employed as the means of calling attention to the incivility perpetrated upon Blacks while arousing the consciousness of the Nation. The author examines the nonviolent, passive–resistance movement as an expression of civility in pursuit of justice as accorded by the Constitution and in the expressed value system of the American society.