Ahmed Bilal

  • When Nelson Mandela was leaving prison after twenty-seven and a half years a reporter approached and asked Mr. Mandela if he was still hateful towards those who were responsible of putting him in prison for so long. Mandela replied that he had been angry and hated them a lot because they were not ...

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  • One day Lee Kuan Yew, serving Singapore as prime minister for around 30 years, was on a drive in Boston. There he observed that cars were going into the petrol station and lining up for something. He inquired what was happening. The driver of the car replied that every six months, the owners have ...

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  • A lecture I was giving finished a bit earlier than expected, so I started inquiring about my students’ educational background and the reason of opting for this particular subject of psychology. One of the students named Iqra told me her story that startled me a bit. She said she is the eldest ...

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  • The other day, I went out to buy a DVD from a nearby store. As it happened, I reached there before the shop had opened. I thought to wait a while until it opened so that I would not have to come back. After ten minutes, the owner showed up. He took off his helmet and outerwear that he had probably ...

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  • A meeting is underway. Slogans are being chanted and crowds worked up into frenzy. No single individual cares to muster up the strength and tolerance to stop carting slogans and listen to what the member of the other side has to say. Emotions rise and tempers fray. After brimming up and spilling ...

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  • Youth is an asset for a nation. When guided in the right direction, millenials can make an incredible difference, or else they become a burden. Considering Pakistan’s more than 50 million young people that fall in the range of 18-29 years of age, we have one of the largest youth populations ...

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