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Tehreem Malik

Public Administrator & Content Writer

Rawalpindi, Pakistan

A dream chaser, ambitious and energetic brown girl who wants a positive change in the society, vanish discrimination and promote women empowerment. I believe in self-dependence and self-reliance after the divine help. Work has no status and jobs have no gender, the main aim of my life is to be and make others a better person with my company. Broader mindsets are more readily accepted by me where I hate changes in my life while hate to be or possess typical things that everyone else does, has or likes around me.

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So I just finished watching this AMAZING Iranian Series based on the life of Prophet Joseph (A.S) also named as #YusufPayambar and I was left simply mesmerized and amazed by the kind of execution of the story the makers did! I'm really thankful to my mom who recommended this show to me and to #786 stories4u YouTube channel which has all the 45 episodes dubbed in English as well as in Urdu πŸ˜πŸ™ @mostafazammanif won my heart by playing #ProphetJoseph and his mild and patient act with explicitly showing husn e akhlaq and forgiving nature made me fall in love with the REAL #ProphetJoseph even without seeing him ❀ Another stong and dominant acting and portrayal of #BanoZulaykha flipped my perspectives of love, devotion and piety all at once. As much as I had a strong prejudice against Zulaykha's character especially after knowing what she did with #YusufAS but @katayounriahiofficial7 turned the tables of my views for Zulaykha and by the show ended, I had an idea of what she might have gone through and how she was tempted for Yusuf. This temptation and a wait of 30 long years later paved her way for knowing Allah (the only God) ❀ Loved the performance of #JaferDehghan as #Potiphar (Ameer of Egypt) which gave off kind and affectionate fatherly vibes for Yusuf even when he had to put him in jail under Zulaykha's pressure πŸ’• @rahim_noroozi excelled in convincing me that he was the real King of Egypt and a pro-Islamic & kind king since his childhood observations and his deep friendship that he shared with #Yusuf was so blissful! πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ» At the end, if I don't praise the Director of the show, the DOP, the makeup and the set makers and all the huge sets used to make us feel ourselves in real ancient Egypt, I would really be unfair and unjust cz it just made the aura of the show so grand and impactful πŸ‘ Lastly, @mahmoidpakniat left a deep rooted impact on my faith by playing #ProphetJacob and his intensity of sorrow for his lost son which made him go blind, showed a next level of devotion he had for Yusuf 😭 Strongly recommended!All 45 episodes are available on YT dubbed in both English and Urdu. Ur reviews and opinions about the show (after watching it) are welcomedπŸ™πŸ–€

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My Criteria for Making Friends

Jul 13, 2020 2 years ago

Although friends are not our relatives or don't live with us in our homes, don't share material things with us but they do play a major role in our lives. Friendship is a companionship where two people, mostly going through similar conditions in life or having something in common share a bond of closeness, warmth and support. It is an undeniable fact that the influence of friends is huge on our thoughts, point of views and personality overall. Hence we are always asked to stay cautious while making friends or getting close to people as at times we might seem to have a very unique click with a person and the person might be having similar views or common situations in life but other factors should be kept in mind while being emotionally attached to someone. People would judge me when I'll write here that friends should always be made according to financial status and social background. People might criticise me on the viewpoint that elite class should be friends with elites, middles class with similar ones and lower class with lower ones. I am not against equal treatment and am totally against any sort of discrimination in keeping friendly ties and terms with people or in any other field or aspect, but when it comes to spending time and sharing views, interests and liberties, two people (if they belong to the status of sharp differences) they would have judgments about others which might not necessarily be true, their interests would be different and when a person from elite class would discuss his/her international family trips and tours, the favourite continental cuisine, favourite brands of dresses and apparels, the other person might indulge in an inferiority complex and may start getting envious for not having all those things in life. This complex would make the other person thankless for the blessings he/she has got in life and would automatically start comparing his/her life with their elite friends...ending up complaining about things unavailable for them and going in mental restlessness and depression. On the other hand, the friend from the elite class might have to filter out some views or experiences just so that the other person does not feel low or underprivileged. This would, in turn, make them feel restricted in sharing views and experiences which eventually becomes the reason behind barriers in communication. Thus, I am of a strong opinion that friends should be made in a similar social or status circle so that both people can understand each other without feeling low or lesser than the other person. On the other hand, I won't deny the fact that social exposure helps a person in knowing the social culture and human psyche deeply and closely. The age gap is also the factor that creates misunderstandings as having very elder friends or very junior ones as friends might make things vague and complicated as both people have different mental level and knowledge.

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A Sudden Good-Bye

Jul 13, 2020 2 years ago

Today is a new day...a day of hopes, a day of hopelessness...a day of acceptance of prayers, a day of rejection of my prayers. This day 1 year back I lost my paternal uncle. It was a tragic day and his demise shook us all internally. We could hardly believe what was happening also because this was very sudden, and he was just 51...I never got to have long chit chats or deep, lengthy conversations with him as he was an introverted and reserved person and liked to talk less but was an equally generous and kind-hearted person, a pure soul in and out who could never do anything bad for anyone, not even to those who did bad with him at a certain point in life. A self-made man, caring and empathetic he was. I always saw him at peace and patience, I have never seen him shooing off any beggar away from him rather he always gave money to the poor and needy ones. He always made me feel like he is my second dad after my own biological father and I always felt sweet, fatherly vibes from him. I have sweet, silent memories with him which I will always remember. Can't believe it's been a year to this shock. I just know he is at complete peace up there and is watching me, blessing me and is much happier than he used to be in this harsh world :') I wish the best place in paradise for him and wish to meet him in our afterlife in heaven inshaAllah. Ameen ❀ I miss you, chacha!

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A Lesson Learnt Well

Jul 12, 2020 2 years ago

It was a time back in 2012 when I was in 9th grade and was having my send-up exams unprepared as I have been bad in cramming up all the national history. I was unprepared for the exam and asked my classmate to help me in objective type questions, she told me that she has chits for cheating and I refused to take such help from her as I totally am a loser in illegal and immoral acts. During the exam when I needed to ask her some MCQ, she threw a chit over me and as soon as I opened it, the teacher caught sight of me and I was kicked out of the exam hall. I told the examiner that I just asked the girl of a simple question and had no intention of cheating via chits and materials. The matter thus travelled to the Vice Principal and she called our parents with a complaint. That was the most embarrassing situation for me till then because I have always been a shining and able student of my class. My parents scolded me a lot for my cheating attempt and my father visited the Principal to apologize on my behalf. I don't remember if I was slapped by the teacher or not but all that was really insulting for me as I wasn't used to such treatment. Thus I got my lesson that I should never ever take the risk to cheat in exams again as I don't have that sharpness and cleverness required to cheat in a way one is never caught.

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