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My Music

My Music!

My guitar allows me to hear my inner voice. Among other specific activities, this too serves as a bridge between me and my inner world

Starting with the National Anthem and Mystery Scale, i'll be adding some more music to this section

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Chapter 1 - Sur Kalyan - Peace

Introduction 6-I'll Meet My Master!!! 10-Call to Gallows
1-Universe in Pairs 7-Secret of Love's 11-Find Your Way
2-The True Guide Sorrow to Tavern
3-The Glorious News 8-Drink to the Bitter 12-The Genuine
4-Oneness ness of Fatal Cup 13-The Lovers
5-Echo and Call 9-There's no bitter! Business

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The Red Ice-cube

My Photography!

Yup! I like to take some shots in my leisure time. I am specially in love with Macroshots as they are more... ummm... "detailed" ( hanjee! I like to observe things in great detail :D )

The one on the left is just one example, hit "Have a look" to see some more.

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K Jo Tum Main Ye Dum, Wo Kisi Main Nahin!!

K Jo Tum Main Ye Dum, Wo Kisi Main Nahin!!

The lyrics are not limited to cricket only (no chakkaas or chokaas or ghumma k phaink or any other cricket term). It's for everyone! Observe, enjoy and eat the food! :)

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We all love change right?

We all love change right?

Yup! As we progress in our lives, we try to make things better and better for people around us. Changing anything does not mean that you completely change everything but keeping previous good elements and eliminating or improving on flawed ones.
So here comes my newly "dressed up" blog. :D

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Shah Jo Risalo - Intro

Shah Jo Risalo - Intro

I've decided to narrate the series of poems of Shah jo Risalo written by Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai (SALB). The book consists of 29 poems in total. Every poem has been given a title of "Sur" meaning "a musical note". Every sur or note is then divided into different stories (daastaan), like first poem is divided into 3 stories. Some stories have concluding...

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Imagination versus speed of light!

Imagination versus speed of light!

The only problem in conversion of matter into energy is the speed of light. According to Einstien:

"We can convert any object into energy, if we throw it or move it with the square of speed of light."

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Mind - A Controllable Stream.

I was busy in my studies. Suddenly a thought came in my mind. I am sharing it with you too;

Mind or Power of Brain is like an open stream, which flows from top (of a mountain) to bottom. Either this stream follows the path created by previous streams (broad ones) or creates its own way. I think thoughts of Rumi and Iqbal were like these streams which have created a narrow way. This way would become broad as other thinkers follow it.

Now the question arose in my mind is: You control your mind or your mind controls you?

Khurram Shafiq writes about Iqbal:

It was here, in March 1907, that he finally made the first major breakthrough into the labyrinth of his exquisite mind. He was unsuccessful, he ruthlessly concluded, not because he wasn’t intelligent enough, but rather because he was too intelligent. A powerful mind is a wonderful thing, but there is something else that must be in control of the mind. It is the will power, or the super ego, or as Iqbal later devised a term for it: khudi, or the Self - that illuminated nucleus of one's existence which is the source of all emotion, thought and intuition.”A powerful mind that wanders in every direction is like an epileptic hand that is unable to grasp even a pen and move it from the table. The Self, or the enlightened ego, must control the mind.
(you can read the full article here)
In other words, conclusion would be that The Self gives you a way and path on which your mind can walk upon. I think that it only implies on "The Powerful Minds".

I don't understand one thing that (in first statement in bold) "Khudi must be in control of mind" whereas in last line, it says that "The Self, or the enlightened ego, must control the mind". Which one is right?

Your comments are most welcomed.

Currently have 6 comments:

  1. Khudi, self or the enlightened ego are names for the same thing, as far as I understand. Hence the two statements mean the same thing :)

  2. It's actually a confusion because English is not native for us. In the English language "in control of something" means "in the position of controlling something". On the other hand, you like many other people, seem to wrongly conclude that it means: being "under control of something" which is the exact opposite of the actual meaning. :-))

  3. i don't think they are the same usually a person is so lost in the world of his own that sometimes he doesn't realize his enlightened ego which far different from ego (that is controlling us these days) so one must learn to first discover this enlightened ego and use it to control one's mind....i guess must be in control of the mind is something that is natural while must control the mind is one has to train his self to control his mind rather letting the mind or other things to control it

  4. :) Yup, You were right Sadat...

    I can see my "grammatical" mistakes now :D

    I hope I'll keep getting the feedback...

  5. You are tight Tabassum,

    It's like listening to your self...

  6. thank you for your views....i'm just discovering myself by sharing my views

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