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  1. PIEDAD

    In 1988 PIEDAD was founded by Khadijah Rivera in New York. In its acronym form, it reads "Propagación Islámica para la Educación y la Devoción a Aláh el Divino" (Islamic dawah to educate and worship Allah the Most High). Literally, PIEDAD means "Taqwa, piety or God-fearing." Their numerous seminars have included speakers like Imam Siraj Wahhaj, Mohammed Nasim, Dr. Thomas Irving, Dr. Omar Kasule, and others. PIEDAD began as the first Latina Muslim organization dedicated to Latina converts in the United States. Nylka Vargas became the PIEDAD National Coordinator after Khadijah Rivera's passing on November 22, 2009. Today, members consists of Latinas and non-Latinas. PIEDAD actively participates in local mosques and communities to collaborate, share information, and devise strategies to better all communities. Its five national chapters have more than 300 members.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of piedad in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of piedad in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    Cuando usted va a navegar felizmente en el océano azul, pensando que la vida es todo diversión. Precisamente en ese momento todavía, se sentirá atraído por la habilidad letal de sirena. Nunca hay que olvidar que la sirena es la criatura de las hadas, que sin piedad robe el corazón. No siempre se atreven a mirarla a los ojos hermosos, se le dejó a solas con sus tristes suspiros y gritos lastimeros. En el viaje de la vida, el llamado de la sirena tiene un precio que pagar, para el pobre marinero que pierde su vida a esa hermosa criatura de la fey.

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