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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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There is no bitter! (Peace - Chap1 - Stanza 9)

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"All from Beloved's side is sweet
whatever He gives to you.
There is no bitter, if you knew
the secret how to taste."

I think this stanza is in parallel continuation with "Echo and Call" (secret of taste) and "I'll meet my master" (everything from Beloved's side is sweet).

As i read this stanza, i am thinking that man has been made as a neutral thinker. Like he has been given choice to go either towards negative(which he thinks is positive) or positive. We have been given a tool to taste and feel "bitterness" but at the same time we can sense "sweet" too.

Challenge is that you taste bitter (consider it as a tool to study sweetness) and convert that bitterness to sweetness... in your perception... and may be in reality :s

In any case, you have to observe dark to understand bright...

Currently have 3 comments:

  1. "There is no bitter, if you knew
    the secret how to taste."
    To me it means, there is always a hidden method in every grief. :)

  2. Asma, Thank you for reading my post and adding one more perception to this stanza. :)
    Waise what do you mean by hidden method? like does this method teach you something? What?
    Thanks again...

  3. Failure or bitterness can be a blessing in disguise. How ? Well we keep trying to discipline ourselves or quit bad habits . But oft-times our half-hearted efforts end into smoke. There comes a bitter time ( the mildest and commonest form is exams ) and here we become a conscientious student and devout believer ( comparatively  ). Bitter times help us change what we couldn't have otherwise. That's the most practical understanding I have of bitter medicines having sweet results.

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