April 30, 2012 § Leave a comment
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When i was in the fourth class,one day in school after a lunch break there was a Urdu period,teacher ordered us to open the book page No..bla bla ….when i saw the chapter it was named as (pakistani Bachay) I thought it must be a interesting chapter cuz its about us.Hurray!!!!..and the teacher started to read that chapter and we ware listening to her,Let me tell you about that chapter precisely, in that chapter authour discussed about Regional Pakistani kids.
Sindhi kids they wears Shalwar kameez Ajrak and Sindhi topi and they speak sindhi language…
A panjabi kids they wears Kurta ,dhoti,and speak panjabi language
A pustoon kids they wears: Shalwar,kameez with a pishawari Chappal,traditional Turban..and speaks pushto language( i love that language )
A Balochi kids they wear : a long kameez shalwar ,with a balochi turban balochi chappal and speaks Balochi language.Etc Etc
when the chapter ended i suddenly scrutinized my self where i am in the chapter ????? cuz i dont wear sindhi topi,baclochi salwar,panjabi language.pustoon turban than am an i nt pakistani? …then who i am?….when i started to looked around my self might be some one was like me but unfortunately i failed to find any one,then i got confused with a lot of question which come first time in my mind that i am pakistani,i born hear in pakistan and the chapter was about pakistani kids ,then why i am not in it?????
in the mean while teacher came to me and asked what happend sheheryar ? are you all right? i said i am good madam but i have a question regarding this chapter …teacher surprized and replied to me asked your question ,then
I told her the entire story and asked:
where i am in the chapter??
and who i am ?
you know what the teacher replied
My son you are MOHAJIR……
April 13, 2012 § 1 Comment
I visited to my elder brother place in germany after birth of my baby niece, for sake to share their happiness and be a part of that joyful moments where i spend almost a week ( hyggeligt.week.in danes),one day my elder brother had a very busy schedule at office and my niece mother had an appointment with Dr.than i was remain in the end ,so i took the responsibility of my cutest niece , now hear i wanted to share my experienced of during that week and specially in four hours, …..so meet my Niece
Her name Eshal Khan is a little over five months old now and she keeps getting more adorable every second.
I can hardly restrain myself from giving her soft cheeks a loving bite. Besides being my favorite dessert, there’s a lot more she has to offer, be it a sincere smile, or a gentle caress.
But more than anything, she has drastically changed my perceptions on learning; it is not a one-way street as perceived by most new parents.parents spend all their lives trying to mold our children into ideals, but we somehow miss so many things our children can teach us, even as infants. Here are twelve things I learned from my five-month old Niece.
1. Persistence is the key to getting what you want, when you want; crying always works.
2. Curiosity might have killed the cat but it won’t kill you, as long as your parents are watching.
3. Change is healthy, even if it’s just a loaded diaper.
4. A smile from the heart can change any situation from bad to good.
5. Don’t be afraid to try out new things even if they are not edible.
6. Appreciate the little things in life, even if they’re as mundane as the ceiling fan.
7. Don’t care what people might think about you; just let it rip. 8. Time shouldn’t limit your abilities to do wonderful things. 9. If at first you don’t succeed, keep trying; you’ll eventuallylearn to sit on your own.
10. Hold onto the people you love as if it’s the last time you’re holding them.
11. Raise your voice; you won’t get any milk if you aren’t heard.
12. Be content with what you have; drinking milk everyday is enough to keep you alive.
when my brother came after four hour i told them entire story then he replied ,As per my elder brother (father of baby girl):
Raising a child can be nerve-wracking and fun, all at the same time. But more than anything, it’s an amazing voyage of self- discovery. It has its ups and downs (mostly ups), but most importantly, it allows you to appreciate the gift of life.
You will have children later on, but the experiences of raising your first born will last you a lifetime..
April 5, 2012 § Leave a comment
Once A teacher teaching Maths to five-year-old student asked him, “If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?”Within a few seconds the student replied confidently, “Four!” The dismayed teacher was expecting an effortless correct answer (three). She was disappointed. “Maybe the child did not listen properly,” she thought.
She repeated, “My boy, listen carefully. If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?
“ The student had seen the disappointment on his teacher’s face. He calculated again on his fingers. But within him he was also searching for the answer that will make the teacher happy. His search for the answer was not for the correct one, but the one that will make his teacher happy. This time hesitatingly he replied, “Four…
“ The disappointment stayed on the teacher’s face. She remembered that this student liked strawberries. She thought maybe he doesn’t like apples and that is making him loose focus. This time with an exaggerated excitement and twinkling in her eyes she asked, “If I give you one strawberry and one strawberry and one strawberry, then how many you will have?” Seeing the teacher happy, the boy calculated on his fingers again. There was no pressure on him, but a little on the teacher. She wanted her new approach to succeed. With a hesitating smile the student enquired, “Three?” The teacher now had a victorious smile. Her approach had succeeded. She wanted to congratulate herself. But one last thing remained. Once again she asked him, “Now if I give you one apple and one apple and one more apple how many will you have?” ……Promptly the student answered, “Four!” The teacher was aghast. “How my boy, how?” she demanded in a little stern and irritated voice. In a voice that was low and hesitating young student replied,
……… “Because I already have one apple in my bag.
Moral of the Story:
When someone gives you an answer that is different from what you expect, don’t think they are wrong. There maybe an angle that you have not understood at all. You will have to listen and understand, but never listen with a predetermined notion.
I have just got another example if is a teacher and asking you. …Folks tell me quickly, what word Start with a “P” and end up with an“ORN”…………
Look some more…………Blow,