I did not disappear. I was here all along
“I stared at the words that were written for me. A million thoughts were whilrling in my head and there seemingly was no end to it. The thoughts questioned me time and again looking for the answer I wanted. But even you failed to give me the answer. I knew this was the truth but I didn’t have the courage to accept it. I gave up. You didn’t want me to give up but I know you understand. You understand why it all happened and that’s just not enough.”
It was sitting in my the drafts box. Too old. But I thought it’s interesting. It’s been long since I posted anything. I should get back to my lovely blog soon. Also, I have added a ‘contact me’ page to the blog. So please don’t hesitate to ask (if anything)!
Have you ever had one of those days when there is nothing to do at all? Like seriously, Nothing.
1. When you think hard about writing something new for your blog but nothing comes across your mind & you start visiting other blogs to get some ideas etc.
2. When you visit all blogs & you still couldn’t find something of interest to you.
3. When you flip through today’s newspaper & all it carries is the same old news about everything that you don’t find interesting.
4. When you go turn on the TV to watch something in the hope that some idea would somehow pop up in your mind from nowhere.
5. When you don’t find anything, you just go to your blog, start brainstorming & come up with a post like this one.
That’s just about a perfect post about nothing.
Stay tuned for an upcoming post on Challanges faced by the Education Sector in Pakistan.
Announcement: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan will be performing in Islamabad on Feb 19. All proceeds will be used for rebuilding 2 schools in the flood-affected areas. For more info: PYA
In the name of Allah, the Benevolent, the Merciful
Dear IJKP readers and supporters,
I pray this finds you in the best of health and spirits. I would like to wish you Eid Mubarak. May this Eid brings harmony and peace in your life. As Shaykh Faraz Rabbani said:
The Early Muslims (salaf) would say: “True Eid isn’t for those wearing new clothes. Rather, true Eid belongs to those whose obedience increases.”
The root meaning of Eid is, “that which returns, time and again; and rejoicing.”
I hope we enjoy this Eid in its true spirits and help our Pakistani brethren; floods have ravaged cities upon cities and now ‘our’ people await us. Please try to visit those areas on Eid and share the Eid spirit with them.
Have a good time!