Subj: Case# 293043 - Dunkin' Brands, Inc.
Date: 7/12/2005 9:43:29 AM Eastern Standard Time
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Ref # 293043on July 12, 2005 9:58 AM
Thanks for that br. Gillette....
For the people who care about this kind of thing, just so you all know, I had contacted The Chesecake Factory a while back and all of their cheesecakes have non-kosher mono and diglycerides. So do Krispie Kreme donuts. I assume that its from a non-vegetable source since when it is from a vegetable source it is usually clearly stated.
(i'm sorry for starting this)
The only animal byproducts used in our doughnut are eggs (whites and yolks) and dairy products (including milk, but[t]er, yogurt, whey, nonfat milk and nonfat whey). Our doughnuts are cooked in 100% vegetable oil shortening (partially hydrogenated soybean and/or cottonseed oil). All monoglycerides, diglycerides and enzymes are vegetable based. The lecithin we use is soy based. We also use wheat in our doughnuts, including bran, germ, gluten, starch and flour. Our products may contain allergens. To get further information about our products call us at 1800 4KRISPY."
take note that my comment had to be censored because of the word "but[t]er."
(attempting to redirect the conversation)
"These words are lights that aid the sight.
They unite me with those I aspire to be like,
The Sahaba, and most importantly The Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace & Blessings of Allah be Upon Him),
As these very words, unaltered, were recited over 1400 years ago by them."
wordon July 12, 2005 11:21 AM
I am still of the opinion that there should be a general discussion section where things that are off topic can be posted.on July 12, 2005 1:39 PM
Wow. My bad. Ok, go back to enjoying your kirspie kreme doughnuts everyone....
Thanks for the correction...on July 12, 2005 4:35 PM
JazakumAllah khair for the entry. It was really touching. I love the intense rhythm and repetition in the end.
Alhamdulilahon July 12, 2005 4:38 PM
"If i was lost before, with these words i am found.
If i was falling before, by these words i am bound."
on July 13, 2005 10:32 AM
Asalaam Aleikum Warahmatullah Wabarkatu,
Sorry it took me so long to read this. But Masha Allah brother. I would so much like to hear these poems read aloud...It gives such a different understanding to them.
ANyway I thought that the beginnin verses really coincided with some thoughts that came into mind today
These words soothe the soul,
Stabilizing it from the droll,
The constant drone that is always abuzz,
With stray thoughts, and worldly fuss.
The sound puts the nafs at rest,
And eases the burden of the heaving chest."
Of how listening to qu'ran every day really does tender your heart and put your soul at ease. I remember meeting a cab driver in Cairo (who was really nice and laid back, which is weird for a cab driver) told me how he always puts on Qu;ran right in the morning when he starts work so that it will make his heart tender for the entire day. Ever since then I have tried as much as possible to always listen to Qu;ran in the morning and I have definitely noticed that it does tender your heart for the entire day and makes you much more at ease, relaxed, and have a blessed day.
The same thing can be said about fajr prayer. When you don;t get up for fajr (without a very valid excuse...I don;t know what that would be anyway) you will notice your entire day is off...at this is what I have noticed. The whole day my heart will not be at rest...until I get up for fajr the next morning insha Allah. You can see that in this hadith below.
Volume 2, Book 21, Number 243:
Narrated Abu Huraira
Allah's Apostle said, "Satan puts three knots at the back of the head of any of you if he is asleep. On every knot he reads and exhales the following words, 'The night is long, so stay asleep.' When one wakes up and remembers Allah, one knot is undone; and when one performs ablution, the second knot is undone, and when one prays the third knot is undone and one gets up energetic with a good heart in the morning; otherwise one gets up lazy and with a mischievous heart."on July 14, 2005 12:55 PM
Rami - jazakallah khair for the hadith and the story about the cab driver. i met a few cab drivers who were like that in makkah and madinah as well... there are even a few in nyc... the healing, soothing, focusing powers of the Quran al-Karim are amazing....on July 14, 2005 9:43 PM
Assalamu 'alaikum warahmatUllah
Just wanted to say as i was browsing the net in my biiter mood, I came across great talent mashaAllah...
as a poet ur connected to ur pen, and what u do best is hit ppl's heart-subhanAllah u did justthe thing
wasalamu alaikum, fee amanIllah