Enthusiasm is a prelude to dream, while satisfaction. And rejoice is an after math to a job well done. I was overflowing to the brim with eagerness to work the magic!
When the colors of celebration are in the air & being affiliated to the company makes worth a million glory. This year Ufone rejoices with Independence celebration for a week.
Let us celebrate the day coupled with full throttle fun and frolic but do leave some space to ponder over the next dream, that’s where U come in, with firmer resolve to enhance inputs and look up to more laurels & fulfilment adding multiple reasons to celebrate.
Ufone Azadi week comes right before the Day, celebrations come along with passionate moments, Patriotic sentiments have been eminent with great gusto, week was bursting with joyous moments and entertaining activities, along with flag hoisting and souvenirs & other knick-knacks.
Festivities spring with elevated high-sprits, everyone was enthusiastic and partook with the decoration within the office, every single nook & cranny were filled with green bunting imitating the mini flags.
Followed by the cultural day; employees were seen nationwide intricate & outfitted upon the folk tradition, to add an element of winning to fulfill the appetite of excitement, competition has been held along.
Impeccably finishing off all the merriments with a delectable Ufone lapel.
A phenomenal feature among the majority what peaks as the distinctive thought is the Price paid for the contentment, the thrills, and the lessons learnt.
This should be a new way forward, a plausible justification to inspire rejoices accomplishments by those to follow, Countless cheers to Ufone.
نیم پروانه آتش که پر و بال خود سوزم منم پروانه سلطان که بر انوار می گردم
Niyam Parwana e Aatash, ke paro baal e khud sozam
Manam Parwana e Sultan, ke bar anwar megardam
I am not a moth of the fire to burn my wings
I am a moth of the King, thus I roam in lights
[Mawlana Jalaluddin Balkhi (Rumi)]
The book is always and is better …
The odd think about I for one is I had many books nevertheless always wanted more.
Have you ever come across by the question “you finished that book in a day?”
well, well… I do that quite a lot, yet people are always surprised.
Myself can vow, that you can always recognize a book in a gift wrap. The slippery wrapping paper always fails to camouflage the fresh sharpness of the cover, the crisp angle of the spine, and the concave curve of the opening edge. It’s a hefty gift too, heavy with the aptitude of a good tale, and weighty with expectation. As you read the title, the giver of the gift looks upon you with the hopeful, desperate face of one who has not yet discovered their fandom and is thus yearning for the catharsis of communal appreciation. You thank them, maybe you give them a little ‘thank you’ hug, and then you put the book lovingly on your ‘to read’ pile. And up and about for a book hangover.
To all my friends who are planning to think for my gift let me help you with that I Can’t wait to have your beloved books from you all this year.J
P.S. ask me beforehand so it won’t be a duple one 😉
The Seven Principles of the Universe:
1. Principle of Mentalism: “All is Mind”
2. Principle of Correspondence: “As is above, so is below. As is below, so is above.”
3. Principle of Vibration: “Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.”
4. Principle of Polarity: “Everything is dual; everything has an opposite, and opposites are identical in nature but different in degree.”
5. Principle of Rhythm: “Everything flows, out and in; the pendulum-swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left- rhythm compensates.”
6. Principle of Cause and Effect: “Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause.”
7. Principle of Gender: “Everything has its masculine and feminine principles.”
An extraction of the Seven Principles taught by Hermes Trismegistus.
dozakhnama: Conversations in Hell by Rabisankar Bal
Translated by Arunava Sinha
My thoughts; dozakhnama wasn’t even really on my radar until one of my bibliophile friends told me to pick it up. I’m so glad she sent me a copy of it. In the beginning, not much fan of Asian writers but who know thoughts are meant to be changed every time. It’s going to be a surprising read that really crept up on me when I least expected it with anagogically prepossessing stories and attachments woven through its pages.
Conversions in Hell is one of those books that I’m going to be pushing on everyone now.Read it for around 3 months (took a lot of effort!) and just not to be downcasted I have left last 15 pages, apparently, my book is not finished as yet. 😀
Read it for around 1 whole month (took a lot of effort!) and I am sad now that it is over.
My favorite Quotes:
Shairee( Couplet ) of Hafiz & Mir inkling has been quoted along, I can’t really choose one or two …
so read and find your favorite one.. !!
It’s the brain that tricks you to either react or respond. it’s not the matter that you being Metathesiophobia or not, the only thing to fear more than change is no change. The business of being static is making me nuts. Existence is short might be a cliche in my gene though 😀
However, we have a long list of situations followed by moving on and letting go mantra. that shows the existence of life, to be a contradiction is complex.. for some its perplexity and for some, it is a right rhythm just like being Anxious & awesome, messy & marvellous, frazzled & fabulous at the same time .. what a paradox
WHY WE FEAR CHANGE…
Author Paulo Coelho talks briefly why we fear change. In his book Alchemist, he talks about two types of angels that knock on our door every once in a while. The first one is the angel of good luck – the second one of death. We tend to listen the most to the second one because according to him it has a strong impact on people and is therefore very powerful. When the first one knocks, we fear the change to move ahead.
So the conviction is “Don’t let your self-be lulled by inertia. Allow yourself to grow and let your fear evolve to shear.”
CIRCLE brings unique opportunity for one Pakistani start-up to attend a boot-camp in China through She Loves Tech Global Startup Competition!
The She Loves Tech Global Start Up Competition is designed to give the world’s most promising women entrepreneurs and women-impact startups a unique opportunity to showcase their businesses to a global audience of investors and influencers from the tech community. She Loves Tech Pakistan 2017 is the Pakistan round of the competition and will be hosted by CIRCLE in July 2017. Entries for the competition are now open with 23rd June as the deadline to enter.
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