Tuesday, December 11, 2018
An unfortunate man, the one who is condemned to have no children, is terribly imprisoned in his own misfortune. Nowhere a hope for revival, for help from luckier stars. He must live his life, afflicted by his misfortune, and when its circle is ended must resign himself to it...
Zahida Kazmi, 57, a widow and mother of seven children, drives a taxi in Rawalpindi. Kazmi, who has been making a living as a taxi driver for the past 37 years, single-handedly brought up her children after her first and second husbands passed away. Today, all her older children...
Few months ago I was sitting at home, a 12 years old boy who is studying in one of the leading private school came to me and told me that there is position vacant in his school meanwhile he requested me to join the school, and he kept on...
My birthday just past by and one of the most amazing presents that I had received was a gift from my project leader. That’s what I would like to share today through this article. He gave me the present of “words of wisdom”, something that may change the way...
I decided to share this experience - couldn't resist! Why am I sharing this - An experience that made me realize how important relationships are! Many of us are engrossed with the "big dream", money and materialism that we lose out on valuable relationships - friends, family etc. Beginning from...
Nelson Mandela
source: emirates247 and google images
It feels good to know that after a long time of absence, an old friend greeted me and started chatting with me once in a while… It such an amazing feeling to learn that in the midst of chaos and messy life I have been thru and still been struggling...
TACLOBAN CITY, Philippines – Tormented survivors of a typhoon that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 in the Philippines rummaged for food Sunday, November 10, through debris scattered with corpses, while frenzied mobs looted aid convoys. Two days after typhoon Yolanda, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded, flattened entire towns...
Sabir Story
“My teachers would tell me my brain can’t work,” says Sabir, who was born a Deendar Changar – Pakistan’s version of the ‘untouchables’. From being told he would never be accepted to losing jobs because of his caste, Sabir is not a typical victim of the abject poverty and prejudice...
An old Filipino converted to Islam a day before he died of cancer in Saudi Arabia after religious officials visited him at hospital. A U-Tube film showed the man uttered words for Islam dictated to him by a religious official and changed him name from Ricard to Abdullah. The film showed...