- Sumaiya Hasan
- I am Dr Sumaiya Hasan from Karachi, Pakistan.I have done my bachelors in dental surgery.I am a dry and antisocial yet a simple person.My philosophy of life is "be different and do different".I have special affection with nature. If I was not a dentist, I would have been a nature photographer or an artist. I have a poor power of expression and for this reason you wont find any frequent posts on my blog. I usually donot find enough time and words to express my feelings and experiences and most of the times post videos and pictures in relation to my feelings on my blog.
Monday, February 25, 2013
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The English word ’light’ is very very significant. It has two meanings: one is light, luminosity; another is weightlessness. Those two meanings don’t seem to be joined at all but they have a
(Dr Moiz Hussain)
Monday, February 4, 2013
We so happily announce on our birthdays that we are this much old now...never thinking that one more year has been subtracted from our life...24 years certainly is a long period to live in this world..a long period to have struggled enough...but as I review my life,i feel that nothing has been done till now and so much has to be done yet..maybe its because of the changing ambitions and the changing goals as we grow older..there is still so much to be achieved..and as i think about the future, it seems like we will never achieve our goals and we will keep on struggling and working and never getting the happiness of achieving our destination and our goals..like Chris Gardner said in his book 'the persuit of happyness' that
"Maybe happiness is something that we can only persue and maybe we can actully never have it.No matter what!"
or maybe its because of the 'always wanting and ungrateful' nature of human beings that no matter how much they get, they will keep on struggling for more and more and higher and higher..but isnt that the beauty of life??to keep on working and struggling and getting better and perfect day by day..?? if we get contented today and satisfied by what we have, we will never struggle for better and we will never get better..
Saturday, February 2, 2013
So this is exactly whats happening at our CNG stations these days...the well to do drivers add themselves to the lengthy queues to get compressed natural gas, while the poor 'riksha walas' and 'taxi walas' who really deserve the cheap CNG as they cannot afford the expensive petrol suffer as they donot get gas for their transport and hence they are unable to earn their daily livelihood. it is quite surprising that some people can afford cars worth Rs 15 lacs but cannot afford petrol and run after the cheaper CNG..why not get a comparitively cheaper car and run it on petrol so that the load on CNG stations reduces and the poor drivers of public transports can get the gas earlier and easily as their transports are the only source of income for them and they get their income on daily basis and not on monthly basis. So if due to lack of CNG, they dont run their transport, they are unable to earn and get their basic necessities for their family...if our country had better rulers and if our public had followed Islamic rules of society, then there wouldnt have been any such problem..surely, in an Islamic system, one person doesnot get a car as expensive as 15 lac while his Muslim brother is not even enjoying the basic necessities of life like food and shelter.