Dear Readers, I am sorry for promising to post often and then end up not keeping it. I have been trying to get many things done this summer that I won’t otherwise get time to do in the school year. I have recently been travelling to local tourist attractions in my area and I must … More
Dear readers, It feels great to be finally done with my summer course. Although, I am taking another course, but it’s not too hectic. But finally after two years, it feels great to have some time off from school, and just to take a break.
So I decided to make a blog post about some Pakistani things and of course some that I really miss :’) Having Chai after breakfast, lunch and dinner. Oh did I mention for snacks as well? Backyard cricket and street cricket every evening and cricket after every Iftar in Ramzan. (Breaking windows and getting yelled … More What are some Pakistani Things?
کچھ تو مجبوریاں رہی ہوں گی، یوں کوئی بے وفا نہیں ہوتا۔ اپنا دل بھی ٹٹول کے دیکھو، فاسلا بے وجہ نہیں ہوتا “Kuch Toh Majbourian Rahi Houn Gi, Youn Koi Bewafa Nahi Hota. Apna Dil Bhi Tatoul Kay Dekho, Fasla Bai Waja Nahi Hota”
This is a must-read! Who knew that other than being such a great Imam of his time, he was a great scientist as well. Source: 8 Contributions of Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq in Science, a thousand years before European Scientists found its ?
Wow! It’s been a while since I posted something…. I should really post more often. As I look back at all of my posts, I realized so much has changed. Which brings me to a point that second year is almost done as well. Just one more month, and I will be done second year. … More Hang on, almost there!
“Every positive thought is a silent prayer, which will change your life” ~Anon One of the biggest blessings and a life-changing action is to start having positive thoughts. Although, “think positively” is an overused statement, but it does hold quite a meaning to it and for those who understand it, benefit from it. It is … More Optimism
Somewhere deep inside your heart There’s someone you are dying to forget, and living to remember #latenightthoughts
Oh boy! This first semester of second year was a crazy ride, more like a roller coaster. Managing my studies, with a work-study position, two volunteer roles, and other personal commitments has been one of the most tough experiences uptil now. It’s often hard to prioritize things when there is so much to do and you … More Accomplishment
Muharram is the first month of the Islamic Calendar, and holds as much significance as the month of Muharram, especially, for Shia Muslims. This is not just a month to commemorate but to revitalize one’s soul. 1400 years ago the tragedy of Karbala took place in this month, where a battle took place on 10th … More Muharram: The Unforgettable Story