Mahjabeen Amna

  • Sometimes when we get choked up by the dense smoke of uncertainty and completely lose out to the infiltrating fire of frustration; we want to examine all the minute details in the spectrum of our being and get rid of hazy thoughts that are floating around in our minds. There, actually, comes the ...

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  • Have you ever locked your own self in a prison and unjustly held other people responsible for this? Unfortunately, that's what happens when people usually hurt us, instead of liberating ourselves by forgiving them and setting boundaries, we instantly decide to dwell on negative self-talk and ...

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  • Courage has many shades and we lose much when we link it with simply performing gigantic physical tasks. Sometimes it is quiet: when you are crushed before you start, however you start in any case and see it through notwithstanding; this kind of courage is truly underestimated. “Courage is ...

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  • Source: Korea Saemaul Undong centre The increasing disparity between urban areas and disadvantaged villages in living standards is widening Pakistan's urban - rural gap. Our nation has immense rustic populace and the majority of the towns are underprivileged. There is a desperate need to ...

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  • Over the past several decades, terrorism has caused tremendous damage to this world; Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, and Atheists all have suffered appallingly. During such difficult times, the world leaders have responded to terror attacks differently. The leaders’ response to ...

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  • Adversity is an unavoidable part of every child’s life. No matter how careful or protective are the caregivers, they cannot expunge hardships fully from their children’s lives. All children, for sure, taste their own sour slices of misfortune. Sometimes the coming of adversity can be ...

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  • Deutsch and Senghaas have defined ‘war’ as a large-scale organized violence, prepared and maintained by the compulsion and legitimacy claims of a State and its government, and directed against another State or quasi-State, i.e. a relatively comparable political organization. I believe ...

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  • “Maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything. Maybe it’s about un-becoming everything that isn’t really you, so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place.” Paulo Coelho A year ago when I landed at South Korea, I had no idea that this place ...

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  • Respectable Prime Minister Imran Khan, On behalf of (late) Uzma, who was a domestic worker and was brutally murdered by the ladies whom she had been serving for years, I would like to remind you of your speech that you delivered when you got selected as the Prime Minister of Pakistan, you ...

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  • Is there anything worse for a state than to be split and disunited? Or anything better than cohesion and unity? Plato Social cohesion is a mechanism that fosters inclusion of individuals or groups in order to maintain the equilibrium of society, regardless of the degree of its complexity and ...

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