A piece of paper said it all.


Cute Proposal!

Due to hustle and bustle of daily routine lifestyle, Sara planned to join at lunch with Ali, her colleague at office. Both, the individuals were craving for a delicious taste of Chinese food and rest their feet at the newly opened restaurant. The smoke, from the platter, was filled with savory aroma and glasses of juice were placed on each corner of the exquisite table. The environment was pleasant and charming.

Sara’s phone started ringing, She picked up a call and excused Ali for a minute. In the meantime, Ali took out a paper and a Parker pen. With his untidy writing, he managed to write something in hurry, folded the paper like a napkin and place it under Sara’s mats.

Sara, with overjoyed expression, came back and informed Ali, She has a surprise to tell him. Ali was in state of confusion thinking, What does Sara has to say and a surprise!

In the meantime, Sara took that paper(folded as a napkin) and with a surprising look, started reading it politely, which actually brings a ecstatic smile on her face. The letter said, “I have no understanding, What I have to say But I need to confess, when you say Yes to any statement, I just assume it to be the answer of my question!”

Sara, with mixed emotions, asked Ali, “And what is your question?”

Ali replied with a hand written note, which said, “Do you want me to be with you every time, every day and every morning?”. The boy again mumbled a statement saying, “I always assumed a YES from her”.

Sara did not want to drop this cute moment, forgetting about the surprise of her admission in Fashion designing University, She took a paper and wrote the word, YES, which triggers a delightful beginning of a new story.

Heatwaves Can Be Deadly Too


You may be truly shocked to read the life taking news of deadly heatwaves in metropolitan city of Pakistan. Yes, you read it right, Karachi has claimed around 800 deaths due to severe and scorching heatwaves, in a time period of 4 days. Muslims are also observing holy month of Ramadan, which asks them not to eat or drink in the daylight hours. Elderly and poor Karachities became the deadly victims of hot heatwaves.

Also to improve your knowledge, electricity load shedding is also one of the obvious cause that has worsen the awful situation in Karachi. Can you imagine a day without air-condition and fan ? It is a deadly alarm, which can actually take lives. With the prompt increase in the temperature of heatwaves, the risk of getting more lives also reached high numbers. The situation has evolved into a terrible condition that even the morgue have no capacity to store dead bodies.

Irrespective of all the news stories, relating heatwaves affects, some heartbroken occurrences which I personally observed;

Long queues

How strange it is, to hear that one needs to wait long and long in the queue, just to have some ice, which you actually pay for. I was passing by a market to buy some fruits and I had a look at the longest queue. People, with fast were bound to stay in the line to buy some solid ice to get chilled liquids in the hot summery days. Government has badly failed to provide the basic needs on convenient ways.

Agitation and protests against electricity

As I was coming back to home, I noticed a charged crowd, equipped with sticks, iron rods etc, protesting at a roundabout. Police and government again carelessly failed to bring back the situation to normal. Also, you will be dismayed(if you are not a Pakistani) that the protest was held due to absence of electric supply in the areas for about 5 days.

Jammed hospitals

As we observed a speedy increase in the death toll from deadly and scorching sun rays, the government hospitals were packed with dead bodies and were left ignored. Karachi also lacks with government morgue to store dead bodies, another depressing acknowledgment.

Deadly heatwaves failed to beat the spirit of volunteerism

Whenever Pakistan soil suffers with abrupt situations, Pakistanis are accelerated to offer volunteer services with full contribution toward humanity. The nation unites to relax the sufferers of heatwaves with ice, chilled water and liquids to hydrate the bodies. Loving people of Pakistan never overlooked the fellow human beings and always came up with helping hands to overcome the poor circumstances.

Dehydration and heatwaves has taken lots of lives but we cannot deny the fact that loss of electric supply and acute water supply is also one of the prominent factor to worsen the situation.

Look for remedies to prevent heat strokes. Show gestures of happiness, seek forgiveness from ALMIGHTY in the sacred month of Ramadan and help the humanity 🙂

3 Days, 3 Quotes – Day 3


Here it is another bright morning and I welcome my readers with the third quote.
This quote is about the deeds that You and I perform in this life and how you will be judged in the life hereafter.
One of the inspiring quote for every person out there.

Link - islmaic-quotes.com

               Link – Islamic-quotes.com

Time is crossing by, We kept it unnoticed and overlooked. Focus on making the good deeds heavier in the life hereafter to seek heaven. Inshallah 🙂

Stay motivated and focused!

3 Days 3 Quotes, Day 2


For the second day quote challenge, I have picked up a quote, on subject of writing.
To me, writers are of great intellect and inner abilities to paint the picture with their words. Here is the second quote for the challenge, Enjoy.

Quote by Charles Bukowski

Quote by Charles Bukowski

The rules of the quote challenge are:

  • Thanks the person who nominated you.
  • Post a quote each day for 3 days.
  • Each day nominate 3 bloggers to take part.

My nominees for the second day are;

1) xKimberJayLade

2) Akhiz

3) Maryam191

This quote is dedicated to all the writers out there, Be focused and relaxed while writing and Enjoy it more!
Stay tuned for Day 3 =)

3 Days, 3 Quotes – Day 1


Hey friends,
I am glad that I got nominated from my dearest friend, fatmawaty, for a 3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge. I am actually loving this exciting challenge.

Starting with the first day, I have taken a quote, describing the defining personality of Prophet Muhammad(PBUH), the last messenger of ALLAH. Prophet is a leading and shining example for entire mankind, irrespective of any religion and faith.

Prophet Muhammad

Defining personality of Prophet Muhammad                Posted at bilwalsays.wordpress.com

The rules of the quote challenge are:

  • Thanks the person who nominated you.
  • Post a quote each day for 3 days.
  • Each day nominate 3 bloggers to take part.

My nominees for this quote challenge are

1) Tanveer Rauf

2) Safa

3) Random Bytes

I suggest every other reader and blogger to go for this short quote challenge, it boosts up the inner knowledge. Enjoy the quote challenge friends.

Enjoy 😉

Arrival Of Ramadan Kareem


Muslims from all corners of the world are pleasured with the arrival of sacred holy month, Ramadan Kareem. The sacred month allows believers to fast 30 or 29 days in a month, depending on the moon. Muslims offer fasting before early dawn of sun rise till sun drowns in the other direction. Everyone has almost done with the preparations in the Pakistan where as Saudia Arabia and other countries are observing first roza(fast) toda

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Just like others, I also tried to wind off the Eid shopping as no muslim look for any intervention in the month of blessings. Ramadan Kareem is filled with countless and beneficial benefits to the muslim world. If you are familiar with the happenings of ramadan, you also have idea how beautiful the month is! I see people of different backgrounds and ages stand in the rows of mosques to offer prayers of times with taraveh. Such a blessing is to look at vast food arrangements in sehri and Iftari. Poor and less affordable get free foods in great quantity. Everyone tries to follow the aspects of the sacred month, in manner to speak politely, to completely avoid any acts that are against Islam and be religious. Though it should be observed through every month, but there is something precious and magical about Ramadan.

We will be observing our first sehri Inshallah tomorrow and we will be entering in the heavenly month to seek blessings of ALMIGHTY. May ALLAH strengthen the imaan of every believer and guide us toward the right direction.

Ramadan Mubarak to every one!
We will

Allergic to ‘E’ Challenge


I was nominated for the Allergic to ‘E’ Challenge by my friend, Naturelover. She runs an amazing blog which is loaded with creative elements and experiences. Let me try writing a paragraph without the letter ‘E’, it would be fun!

First, here are the rules for this challenge:

1) Write a whole paragraph ( a paragraph sounds easy right?) without any word containing the letter “e” (still easy for ya?)
2) By reading this you are already signed up.
3) Challenge at least five bloggers to do the challenge. They must do it within 24 hours or it is considered as failure.
4) If you fail or pass, suffer in the Page of Lame.
5) If you win, wallow in the Page of Fame.

Sitting in my drawing room, with two pairs of comfort sofas in contrast with brown and fawn. The fan is throwing hot air, which is kind of so irritating and pinching. In the corner of the sofa, I am busy writing this difficult paragraph. Also, thinking what should I carry from stylish lawn shirts for tomorrow hangout. The plan is to watch the “Jurrasic Park” on big digital tv forums. This writing format without putting midpoint of ‘D’ and ‘F’ is bit tough 😉

My nominations are

https://akhizmunawar.wordpress.com/

https://tanveerrauf.wordpress.com/

https://theindianrevertedmuslimah.wordpress.com/

https://randombytesfromlife.wordpress.com/

I literally enjoyed the writing challenge, give something tough a try 😉

StoryFest 2015


I just submitted my nomination form on storyaday.org. Storyfest competition seems to be really intriguing with a chance to read the interesting articles from all over and get your writing to be nominated on such an amazing platform.
Submit your best story to be read by the readers and nominate one other story of your friend. How simple and interesting is that!
I have nominated Story teller for the wonderful writings.

Good Luck all of you and Enjoy the reading!

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  • Come to the site June 13-14, follow a link to a story, read it and comment on it.
  • If you wrote even one story in this (or any previous) StoryADay, submit one to be featured on the site’s front page June 13-14.
  • Nominate someone else’s story to be featured.
  • Spread the word: from Jun 1-14, tell everyone you know on every social network (especially the ones with readers in them) about StoryFest. Tell them to come to the site June 13-14 to read new and exciting work by up-and-coming future stars of the literary world!
  • Post the graphic on your blog, your Facebook timeline, tattoo it on your leg, whatever! (Get your graphics here)

Get other details by visiting the website.