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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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Everyone is a Winner!!!

Yeah! That's right! Players of every game are equally responsible for making the game proceed further. Participating, competing and learning from mistakes/ faults should be the ultimate aim of every participant of the game!

Let's analyze the question, "what is winning?"

Winning can be anything and it's definition varies with each player/participant, like winning can be:

1-Reaching to the top of the ladder.
2-Making other players feel that they've lost the game. (Negativity)
3-Participating, without thinking about final result.
4-Testing his strategy, potential, limits and ability to perform in tough, tougher and the toughest situations.
5-Learning from the faults and loopholes in the strategy.
6-Going ahead in life.

If we observe all of these points, these all can be achieved "even" after helping other player to win (there's no word like losing, because one cannot win alone)

So everyone is a winner! :)

Currently have 13 comments:

  1. Defeat teaches the new lessons of success...

  2. rIZ this is a good one, everyone is winner when we allow others as equals.

  3. Asma
    True, defeat is a very practical teacher. Usually teachers make students learn by teaching them case studies etc, but defeat makes you learn (or i must say you try to learn) after you have been from that phase previously.

  4. Sir Akhtar, thank you.

    Yeah! By reading your comment i just heard this voice:

    OK algebra, here you go!

    If a, b, c, and d become equal to 'x', then winning of 'a' will mean winning of 'x' as well, which means winning of all.


  5. Hmm... Interesting approach! (philosophy :p)

    I was about to ask you to give another example of your 'Winning' approach but you have already explained it well in your 'Algebra' wali example! Smaj agaya mje!! :D

  6. Thanks for coming Komal.

    I'm glad you grasped the concept :)

  7. The blog's title was catchy , partly because I myself keeping trying to come up with theories to prove that everyone's a winner and partly because its a odd slogan to raise in the today's success-obsessed society.

    Its a humanistic approach i.e, it tries to credit the left-outs as well. It can be a good way to buck oneself up when failure stares one in face. Otherwise , taking gravity off the term failure in this way, will only raise the risk of it.

    I agree with Asma , its only in failure that we learn. Success never teaches  anything ! But sometimes one takes a fancy to such learnings and keeps failing again and again. I call it romanticizing with failures. Only way to crawl out of such perverted behavior is by reminding oneself that no matter how comfortable the Everyone's-a-winner-theories may seem , there never was and never will be any place for a failure in this world.Success is the idol , we are the worshipers .

  8. Yes you are right Sadaf. But if everyone starts to give importance to the term "failure", we will raise the risk of it as well.

    I agree with your thoughts but it's something that only people like us will understand, what about that person standing right in the middle of a situation where he considers "death" as the only way out? Not everyone understands the importance of failure (and success) because people are not clear about the meaning of these two.

    It's in the "meaning" of these two words, which varies from person to person. Focus should be on the perception and not the outcome.

  9. "Its a humanistic approach i.e, it tries to credit the left-outs as well" - Really?According to me the statement is not describing the 'modern human'. It should be:
    "Its a 'i-don't-know-what' approach i.e, it tries to 'slap the left-outs in their faces' and then credit them as well"

  10. everyone is a winner only in case if a loser learns from his defeat or loss and the winner tries to be humble and appreciates the loser then only a harmony can be created

  11. True ! Like I said , we are a part of success-worshiping society.

  12. As you can see the image, there "IS" a difference between the 3 positions (observe the height) but all are regarded as number 1.

    Everyone is equal when everyone "feels" they are, keeping the difference but neglecting them.

    Yes you described the same thing :)


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