I am a university student, with a passion for writing, reading, poetry, cooking, and things of the like.

As we age, we become change and our past actions/words/writings seem immature. I have learnt a lot over the past few years, hence, I am changing a few things here. The main focus of this blog now is personal development, productivity and ancient wisdom. So, here’s  my new journey. I hope it will be better than before and will push me enough to stay consistent in writing. That’s one art I must master.

Thanks for your support.

Wisdom begins with wonder. – Socrates


14 thoughts on “About

  1. There is nothing more brave than letting your voice be heard! Do not doubt yourself. Continue your course. This is about the pride of accomplishment that we all wish to feel on the inside – whether anyone reads your “rants” or not. This is your right to speak! The reward is in the inner validation that you have taken the first step in releasing your voice to the world. Do not doubt that you are any different than the child you write about. 🙂 Many blessings to you young one.

    • That’s so nice of you 🙂 Thank you for all the encouragement. I’m just doing what I should as a citizen of this world. Though, I don’t have the courage to do what many people are doing to change this hate-stricken world, I’m trying my best to raise a little awareness through this blog and do whatever I can in my limited capacity. God bless you!

  2. As added validation, your title “Provoking Thoughts” (92) shares a similar word energy value to the phrases, “Stop procrastinating.” (92) “Let your light shine!.” (92) “Manifest your desires.” (92) You are certainly on your way. Your article on Malala Yousafazi is posted on my my home page. It was electrifying. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Provoking Thoughts: Life Through My Lens (183) Sabian Symbology : The dawn of a new day reveals everything changed. Meaning? “Today is the day. Move forward with your goals.” (183) I hope this encourages you on your path!

  4. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and experience, myself being in the US forget the unthinkable hardships faced daily in pakistan, my thoughts and prayer today are with courageous Malala, may she fully recover.

  5. Hai Pakeezah… Nice to meet you here in wordpress.
    I’m Alent from Jakarta, Indonesia.

    I’m so interested with your introduction. Well, I also love writing.
    I hope we can be a friend.

    Stay blessed!


  6. Gd mg Pakeeza sis………………………continue tis gud work of yours let me know more of the happening there……yup the bravery do flow in d veins of the womens too…………nice to see girls stand up……mighty warriors……………god bless all of u……its caleb frm west bengal,India

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