Yeah so Ramzan are gone and Eid is over, getting back to university,waking up early and maintaining the routine is unbelievably hard for me right now. But anyways we don't really have a choice now do we? 😷
So, I was uploading some pictures on drive and came across these videos back from March. Oh how much I miss this place. Not just the place but the people and the weather. 💗
Basically this was my first encounter with 'snowfall' (u can see my happy face) :p I've had seen snow before, because I've lived in Quetta back when I was in grade 3 or 4 because of my Dad's posting, also my annual trip to Northern Pakistan includes some beautiful scenes covered in white sposh. However, looking at falling snowflakes was a new experience. So basically me and my family were in Kalam, Swat for 4 days. We stayed there, visited places around Kalam, had fun and when it was our last day there, we were literally praying k snowfall hojai. 😁
So like after dinner we packed our stuff and went to sleep and I remember at around 2:40 a.m in the morning I heard something falling like it was intense thud sound. Every one woke up and the sound continued and we were wondering if there's an animal on our roof :p buttt when we opened our room's door, voila, all I could see were white flakes of happiness. ❄❄😂
And we ran out of our room wearing chappals 😂 because Wallahi extremely excited Karachi kids. 🙈
That beautiful snowfall continued till morning and our hotel looked so amazing!! 😍💗 So have you had your first encounter with a certain type of place/weather? Comment down, I would love to know! 😍😍
Do check out all the videos. 😍also I have a vlog on my YouTube channel. Don't forget to watch it. 😉
استثمر اموالك الان لدينا بمرابح تتعدى 500% وخلال ايام قليله وعدم احتماليه للخساره حيث اننا نستثمر اموالكم في مشاريع نسبه خسارتها 0% اي نسبه خساره معدومه
نحن متخصصون في البورصه والعملات الاجنبيه واسعار النفط والذهب واسس الاستثمار الناجح . .
الاستثمار لدينا يكون كحد ادنى 1000 دولار و الارباح تكون بعد 3 ايام من بدئ الاسثمار
يعني مبلغ 1000 دولار مع الارباح يصل خلال 3 ايام لغايه 5000 دولار كحد ادنى . .
الاستثمار لدينا يكون في شراء وبيع العملات الرابحه ونحن متخصصيين في العملات واسعار الذهب والنفط بحيث نشتري اسهم من الذهب والعملات التي تكون ارباحها مؤكده وخلال 3 ايام ترتفع اسعارها ونكون حققنا الارباح المطلوبه . .
وطبعا العملات والاسهم الي نشتريها تكون نسبه ربحها 100% وغير ان التامين يغطي كافه مشاريعنا واستثماراتنا . .
وهذا يؤكد ان المرابح تكون موكده لكن تختلف يعني ممكن المبلغ الخاص بكم بعد 3 ايام يكون 5000 دولار وممكن تكون الارباح افضل والاسهم لاقت ارتفاع اكبر ويزيد مبلغك عن هذا المبلغ كما اخبرناكم من قبل .
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Growing up as an immigrant without ever assimilating into the western culture, I found solace in books. When assigned a long reading list and told to read three books from that list, you’d bet I’d read three books for school...and the rest for myself. And my parents instilled the importance of education and took us to the library almost daily to check out and read books. In elementary school, I shared a bunk bed with my sister and I had had claimed the top bunk from day one. I was older, so I was definitely entitled to have the first pick. The bed was placed near the kitchen and the living room, but out of sight of both. But it’s location was perfect as part of the light from the kitchen also shone on part of my bed. This was crucial, you see, because we had a bedtime. And despite my family’s love of books, my parents knew that we had to sleep too.
But when everyone was sleeping, that’s when I seized the extra opportunity to sneak out the book I was hiding under pillow and read. Books took me to places I’d never imagined. They allowed me to envision something completely different from how my sisters and friends saw them. And that was okay. If there was a chapter describing a house, I saw the house different than my classmates did. Books taught me that everyone has a different perspective to everything in life and that there’s nothing wrong with that.
My mom probably wondered how I finished those books so fast, and one day I’ll tell her it was because of the kitchen light that we left on at night.
One thing we see time and time again is lack of self-respect. If you cannot respect yourself, don’t expect others to respect you either. Women especially, need to set themselves at higher standards and not take bullshit from friends or significant others. Positive criticism is good if it helps you improve as a person. But if someone is constantly belittling you and making you feel unworthy, you need to step aside and leave this toxic relationship. Even if this person claims to be your best friend. Your true friend is the one who encourages and motivates you. If they aren’t happy at your small steps to success, they’re not your friends.
Once you learn to respect yourself, you’ll be better able to identify what’s right for you, what makes you happy. After this, you can take all steps necessary to achieve an environment that surrounds you with only positivity and people who truly care for you. Don’t take bullshit from anyone!
Medicine is not something you do because you have time on your hands. Or because you decided as a child that this is what you wanted to do for the rest of your life. Were you really wise enough at age three to make a sound judgement about your future career? Ofcourse not. Your parents probably filled your ears with the word “doctor” and now come college you have no idea what you would rather be doing. Heck, you don’t even have a backup plan.
Medicine requires patience. With time spent away from your loved ones. With learning the minute details that you many not even use once you’re a doctor. With giving up time to travel and forgoing even your hobbies at times because you have dedicated your life to serving others.
Medicine is a choice you make. It is a lifestyle. The field of medicine you eventually decide to specialize in dictates how your life will run for quite a few years of your life. So make that decision wisely.
Do you want to be studying while your friends are getting married, having kids, buying houses? Are you willing to sacrifice some family events and hangout sessions with friends? Are you ok with the low salary you will making during residency (this could go well into your 30s if you go straight from college to med school to residency. And even your 40s if you’re an older student). Are these all sacrifices you’re willing to make?
I’m no one to tell you whether medicine is the field for you. That decision is yours to make and no one else in the world can tell you otherwise. But I will leave you with one advice: Shadow a physician. For at least a week. And don’t just shadow, live and breathe like that doctor. Wake up at the time she/he wakes up. Follow their entire schedule to the T. I would also recommend shadowing a resident, and if allowed, even go with them when they’re on call [I have no idea if this is allowed, so please don’t hesitate to correct me]. I believe this will give you a real perspective of the life of a doctor. You will see a real patient-doctor relationship and see real cases. All this will help you decide if this is something you wish to do for the rest of your life.
Photo by #AlexandraBoulat / @VIIPhoto. Idi Amma, left, an elder Afghan refugee from Erat, is photographed in the small mud house that she and 34 other Afghan refugees share in the Ghoussabad neighborhood of Quetta, Pakistan.
The group of six Afghan families was told by the Taliban to leave their home if they wanted to be safe following the September 11 terror attacks. They walked across the border through Shaman and reached Quetta in Pakistan on September 20, 2001.