hey you Hurriyat ayn, gaaf, laam, meem, noon, vaav beware, beware, beware! And for God's sake (Allah's sake for Geelani) don't get excited. This makkar country is again playing dirty. They have made fool of us since my great grandfathers childhood days and don't think they will do any wafa this time around as well.
Prof. Gani saab is trying hard to digest Delhi ki daal, but looks like he soon needs to stretch his legs far apart.
I don't understand what the deal with me is lately. I have become so forgetful. I need a little book in which I can write down stuff I need to do, but then I never remember to purchase such a book.
The days are going by so fast and I feel a little terrifiyed about moving out. I mean I have just now changed the location to where I'm moving. but I still need to figure out some practical stuff. For instance should I rent an appartment that is already furnished and pay more or just have a higher start-up cost for the whole thing? And then again if I decide to rent an unfurnished appartment should I rent one with two bedrooms or just one bedroom? I hate choices like these, but I need to in order for some privacy.
Oy, today is November 2nd and I have a month left for the most terrifying exam ever. I am not sure how I should feel as of right now, because my concentration level is 0,000005. Whenver I start thinking about studying mmy mind drifts off to what I should do when I go to London.
Can't wait at all when it comes to this trip to London next week. My friend has a boyfriend who might spend the week with us, but it will be sort of uncomfortable being the third wheel. Let's just hope she's still up for some fun even though her boyfriend is around.
By: Trudy Rubin
Inquirer Opinion Columnist
Some of the harsh choices Americans face on Afghanistan might have been avoided had secret efforts by Pakistan and India to end their dispute over Kashmir not been derailed in 2007.
When former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf visited Philadelphia this week, I asked him about the framework for a Kashmir peace that was worked out during his tenure, and whether it could be revived in the future. "We were close," he said in an interview yesterday. "I only wish the two governments would start again. The leaders need to be open-minded and bold."
This question is in every minds how to live at fullest. But no one knows what does it mean some people think especially teenagers that mauj masti money etc etc.. others think this that....It it is It simple it means you should have three things which are of basic needs
these things can come when you have good job, security of job etc.
then comes safety. Today safety is biggest issue in the world, you should be safe otherwise your life will have adverse impacts. Next but most important thing is your love/belonging.you will feel happy if someone loves you.You will like to make relationships with others who will help you when their help matters you most. I must say that you should make friends as many as possible you will feel happy.
Money does matter it is mattered most in today's world. For money anything can happen you can murder your relatives, friends or others for little sums. This can be removed by love, affection, belonging etc etc....
According to me you should try to be Happy all the time. If you remain happy all the time no problems will matter you most. you will solve problems as easy as mixing water with milk.
It is saying that..
"The Constitution only guarantees the American people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself'' Benjamin Franklin
There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness. ~Lady Blessington
Many people are extremely happy, but are absolutely worthless to society. ~Charles Gow
Happiness is not a state to arrive at, but a manner of traveling. ~Margaret Lee Runbeck
"Happy persons are those who have just overcome from bad phase of life" by great Sameem Rafiqi
Why i wrote this Quote because their are two phases in life one is good phase & other is bad phase. When one phase overcomes other begins. these are part and parcel of life.
College life is the most interesting and beautiful phase in life. everyone wants to live in this phase but one has to cross this phase. This stage of your life journey earns a host of descriptive. Late nights. Strange roommates. Caffeine overdose. Independence. Sleep deprivation. Homework. Junk food cravings. New friends. No time for old friends.Special time for girlfriends.huge amount of mobile bills.College bunking. Parking gestapos. But most importantly, college is a time of decisions that set your life on a course, impacting you years later.College Life is a place where students meet new people, spend recreational time also some may find their life partners.
In college, students are always late although their are some exceptions they are very studious but in exams their marks are less than who were bunking colleges or were late in colleges. God knows what they were doing in classrooms.
College life what i know is termed for fun but they don't know college is a time of decisions that set your life on course, impacting you yours later. If you set decision but not follow it, you will have bad impact in your later years. So you should carefully set decisions and follow them & also enjoying life is as important as your career. Both should be taken side by side.
The separatist leaders in the Indian administered Kashmir, who are demanding independence of the region from Indian control, are crossing the borders to get married and setting a trend, which is now being followed by some youngsters too.
One of the pioneers of the armed struggle in Kashmir and erstwhile chief commander of pro-independence Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front,
Two US based research institutes (the Program on International Policy Attitudes and the WorldPublicOpinion.Org) have conducted a survey in Indian and Pakistani Kashmir regions on what Kashmiris want. The survey, which the groups say is the first of its kind on both sides of the de facto border, shows that Kashmiris feel they are being used by rivals India and Pakistan to advance those countries' agendas. For both India and Pakistan, Kashmir is strategic and has become a matter of prestige over the years.