Sorry, I have been a bit, you know… I’ll try to regularly update Instagram. Hope all is well with you guys. :)
A few weeks ago, we went to play golf. It was fun.

Sorry, I have been a bit, you know… I’ll try to regularly update Instagram. Hope all is well with you guys. :)
A few weeks ago, we went to play golf. It was fun.

I haven’t posted a photo on Instagram for 20 years.

My voice is so weak. You’ll be sitting next to me and I will be shouting at ya and you’ll ask, what are you saying?

I missed you guys.

WHAT’S UP?

Hello. ;)

I find refuge in my speechless tongue and my heart.
The heart will wither away,
The tongue will rot,
The life will move faster than earth,
And I will be lost.

fyrste:

Arz kia hay,
Na hum aye, na kisi nay pocha,
Na hum aye, na kisi nay pocha,
Per hum bhi hain namakool, aye bagair bulavay ke.

Did you guys miss me? Lulz. How are you all? Please excuse the terrible shayeri.

Kher, I missed you guys. I hope life is going well for you, if not, stick to the plan and Allah will make it easier for you.

Arz kia hay,
Na hum aye, na kisi nay pocha,
Na hum aye, na kisi nay pocha,
Per hum bhi hain namakool, aye bagair bulavay ke.

Did you guys miss me? Lulz. How are you all? Please excuse the terrible shayeri.

This is going to be a long caption. 
Personally, I take things for granted. Living in a beautiful and a peaceful place, without wondering about whether something will fall from the sky or something is hovering over my head. I could leave the city, the province, even the country if I want to. I live in a country with economic prosperity and quality of life and with hope, intangible, but quite important. There’s at least some form of certainty that life will one day end with normality and without much trouble (in this analysis/observation let’s accept this premise). We all know what am I talking about. It is an insult and a crime to write meaningless words on a phone, a luxury, while people are suffering, surviving in a terrible state, yet they are still able to say: Alhumdulillah or they are thankful to God; while also carrying immense hope in their hearts. Something to ponder over, I suppose (for me at least).

This is going to be a long caption.
Personally, I take things for granted. Living in a beautiful and a peaceful place, without wondering about whether something will fall from the sky or something is hovering over my head. I could leave the city, the province, even the country if I want to. I live in a country with economic prosperity and quality of life and with hope, intangible, but quite important. There’s at least some form of certainty that life will one day end with normality and without much trouble (in this analysis/observation let’s accept this premise). We all know what am I talking about. It is an insult and a crime to write meaningless words on a phone, a luxury, while people are suffering, surviving in a terrible state, yet they are still able to say: Alhumdulillah or they are thankful to God; while also carrying immense hope in their hearts. Something to ponder over, I suppose (for me at least).

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