Awesome Dialogues – Allegiant

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They called themselves the “pure”, and they called us the “damaged”.
They created a wall to divide us from their world.
And factions to divide us from each other.


“Great Leaders Don’t Seek Power. They’re Called By Necessity”.


“You Want Change With No Sacrifice. Peace With No Struggle. The World Doesn’t Work Like That”.

 

[Allegiant – 2016]

Memories – 4

uth’na teri chokhatt se….aur ye soch kay rukk jaana…
jaayein to kahaan jaayein…..pachtaa kay phir aana hai…

Dialogue – 35 (Morr)

“Mulk taareekh kay aik intehaai ehm aur naazuk morr pe hai…”

“Mein ne bhi jub se hosh sambhaala hai, yehi line sunn raha hoon…”

“Achaa…!.. Ye waahid line hai, jis pe poori qoum, leaders, idaaray aur media muttafiq hain…”

“Ye intehaai ehm aur naazuk morr khatam ho kay hi nahin deta…. 🙂 … Pur iss line se aik cheez clear ho jaati hai…”

“Wo kiya..?..”

“Jub morr khatam na ho raha ho….to samajh jaayein kay aap daairay mein safar kar rahay hein… Isi liye poori qoum, leaders, idaaray aur media kaheen pohanch nahin paaye ab tak….”

Definitions – 5

Tableegh wo hai, jo zubaan say na ki jaaye….”

[Imam Jafar Sadiq, RA]

Random Thoughts – 38

The best things in life are…..

……not things.

Dazzling dialogues – From “The Holiday”…

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“And then there’s another kind of love. The cruelest kind.
The one that almost kills its victims.
It’s called unrequited love.
Of that, I am an expert…”

* * *

“Most love stories are about people who fall in love with each other.
But what about the rest of us? What about our stories?
Those of us who fall in love alone.
We are the victims of the one-sided affair.
We are the cursed of the loved ones. We are the unloved ones.
The walking wounded. The handicapped without the advantage of a great parking space.”

* * *

“I need to get out of town.
You know? I think I need some peace and quiet…..
…..or whatever it is people go away for.
You know what I really wanna do?
I wanna eat carbs without wanting to kill myself.
I wanna read a book.
Not just a magazine. An actual book.”

* * *

“Iris, in the movies,
we have leading ladies…
…and we have the best friend.
You, I can tell, are a leading lady.
But for some reason, you’re behaving like the best friend.”

[The Holiday – 2006]

Dialogue – 34 (Tension)

“Aik niya war phase shuru hogiya hai… Terrorism kay khilaaf… Pur, tension ho rahi hai… Cheezain theek nahin ho raheen…”

“.. 🙂 🙂 .. ”

“Iss mein hansnay ki konsi baat hai..!.. Khana tasty nahin laga tumhein…?”

“Tasty hai.. Monal jaisi jagah.. Mahol… Weather… Scenery.. Wow.. Faisal Majid ka view to bohat khooboorat hai.. Islamabad! Wah, kiya naam hai tumhaaray shehr ka.. 🙂 Hansi pur aik aur baat pe aai thee…”

“Wo kiya..?..”

“War phase pe.. War tau nahin…..ye to reactive pursuit hai…”

“Aur kiya hoti hai war..?..”

“Kamaal hai.. Tum to military brat ho.. Army baby ho… Tumhein nahin pata… Bhool gaye Uncle ki deployments?..”

“Pata hai… Jub Daddy Kargil front pe launch huay thay… Phir jub injury kay baad taang kati unki… Hamaari to saari life, routine, har cheez badal di uss jang ne….”

“Exactly… War mein yehi hota hai… Aur agar saari life, routine, har cheez na badlay, to wo war nahin hoti…”

“Kehna kiya chaahtay ho…?…”

“Tum batao… Tum ne kia kiyya hai iss war mein?.. Kiya contribute kiyya hai.. Yahaan BBQ urra rahay ho.. Irdgird khush-haal Pakistani hain.. Music, lights on hein…”

“Mein ne wall pe post lagaai hai iss baaray mein.. Whatsapp status update kiya hai aik relevant saying se… Blog pe link share kiye hein info kay… TV, Newsfeed aur Media ko follow karta hoon 24/7… Aur tau aur, aik dialogue bhi likha hai apnay blog pe…. Tension hai meray har social media account pe… HumSub se lay kar Mukaalma, aur Likhari se lay kar Daleel tak… Har website pe log tense hain….”

“… 🙂 … Shabaash ”

“Meri war yehi tau hai.. Ab mein fouj, police aur awaam kay gham mein khana to nahin chorr sakta.. Monal aanay mein kiya problem hai!!… Life enjoy karna tau nahin chorra jaa saktaa.. Theek hai, war phase hai… Pur kiya saari awaam sub kuch chorr de….?….. Life, routine, har cheez…?…”

“Kaafi arsa pehlay mein ne aik ad dekha… Sucral (artificial sweetener for diabetics) ka…. Uski punch line yaad aati hai aaj….”

“Kiya thee wo..?..”

“Meetha nahin chhorra jaata..!…..to tension lena chhorr deejiye…!!….. 🙂 ..”

Books by Col Ashfaq Hussain (Retd)

  • Gentleman Bismillah

  • Gentleman Alhamdolillah

  • Gentleman SubhaanAllah

  • Gentleman Astaghfirullah

  • Gentleman Allah Allah

  • Faateh e Saboona

  • Barf kay Qaidee

His interview: http://www.targetaudience247.blogspot.com/2016/02/colashfaq-hussainriphah-family.html

Friend’sMailz – “We are Allah’s, and we shall certainly return to Him….”

Muhammad Ayub.

He was my mentor….my Parents’ mentor. My family’s light house, flag-ship and a super grand-father to us all.
He was a blessing.

His rank, honour and goodness can not be truely put in words.
He was a light-house….a legacy….a universe in his own……..well, an extinct species…
He was the one who made us understand the meanings of humility, respect, dignity, relationships, selflessness, and so many good things.

We don’t find such people today. “Zameen ka namak”, they are….
We don’t find such people today, who meet people, keep relationships, cherish, yearn, crave and love just like that, without a material longing or gain or interest. It is a blunt generalization, yes. But that is what the fact is. Yes, our elders had more clearer hearts, simpler minds and less of maximization thingy. They did not have abundance of communication means, nor did they have much resources – yet they had assets like simplicity, spare time, pursuits, ingenuity, originality, toil and
love…

Yes…….”our elders and bazurgs of the yester-years lived a life of simplicity and little commodities and yet they were happy. They lived a simple life in which they worked very hard to make ends meet or to achieve their dreams. Some achieved them and some did not however the biggest asset was that they learned to live life.”

Today also, when we look around and appreciate and smile at senior citizens, they still (till this day) have some sort of warmth in their smile and that means a lot.
They are our future… And our future is bright… 🙂

We are driven by our values, grooming, environs and mulaamlaat. We are driven by our unconscious and engrained strengths and weaknesses. Yes……”Life now is full of selfishness and more of a rat-race jiss mein har ek ko apni apni paree hai…..no one really cares about the other. No one bothers to ask (even relatives, neighbours forget) ke aap kaise ho? kya ho raha hai etc etc….but at the same time one cannot blame them because situation hee aise hai…..the socio-economic situations in the country have driven people to think and feel this way (selfishness)…..”

I think this has not to with socio-economic issues….. It is because we have stopped to listen to our Mothers.

The world is full of good people. If you can’t find one, be one… 🙂

Classics – 26 [Sensational Amjad Islam Amjad…]

تو چل اے موسمِ گریہ‘ پھر اب کی بار بھی ہم ہی
تری انگلی پکڑتے ہیں تجھے گھر لے کے چلتے ہیں
وہاں ہر چیز ویسی ہے کوئی منظر نہیں بدلا
ترا کمرہ بھی ویسے ہی پڑا ہے‘ جس طرح تُو نے
اُسے دیکھا تھا‘ چھوڑا تھا
“ترے بستر کے پہلو میں رکھی اس میز پر اب بھی
دھرا ہے مگ وہ کافی کا
کہ جس کے خشک اور ٹوٹے کناروں پر
ابھی تک وسوسوں اور خواہشوں کی جھاگ کے دھبّے نمایاں ہیں
قلم ہے‘ جس کی نِب پر رَت جگوں کی روشنائی یوں لرزتی ہے
کہ جیسے سُوکھتے ہونٹوں پہ پپڑی جمنے لگتی ہے
وہ کاغذ ہیں
جو بے روئے ہوئے کچھ آنسوﺅں سے بھیگے رہتے ہیں
ترے چپّل بھی رکھے ہیں
کہ جن کے بے ثمر تلووں سے وہ سب خواب لپٹے ہیں
جو اِتنا روندے جانے پر بھی اب تک سانس لیتے ہیں
ترے کپڑے‘
جو غم کی بارشوں میں دُھل کے آئے تھے
مِری الماریوں کے ہینگروں میں اَب بھی لٹکے ہیں
دلاسوں کا وہ گیلا تولیہ
اور ہچکیوں کا اَدھ گھلا صابن
چمکتے واش بیسن میں پڑے ہیں اور
ٹھنڈے گرم پانی کی وہ دونوں ٹونٹیاں اب تک
رواں ہیں توُ جنھیں اس دن
کسِی جلدی میں چلتا چھوڑ آیا تھا
دریچے کی طرف دیوار پر لٹکی گھڑی
اب بھی‘ ہمیشہ کی طرح‘
آدھا منٹ پیچھے ہی رہتی ہے
کلنڈر پر رُکی تاریخ نے پلکیں نہیں جھپکیں
اور اس کے ساتھ آویزاں!!
وہ اِک مہکارتا منظر‘
وہ اِک تصویر جس میں وہ
مِرے شانے پہ سر رکھّے مِرے پہلو میں بیٹھی ہے
مِری گردن اور اِس کے گیسوﺅں کے پاس ایک تتِلی
خوشی سے اُڑتی پھرتی ہے
کچُھ ایسا سحر چھایا ہے
کہ دل رُکتا‘ ہَوا چلتی ہوئی محسوس ہوتی ہے-”
مگر اے موسمِ گریہ‘
اُسی ساعت
نجانے کس طرف سے تُو چلا آیا
ہمارے بیچ سے گزرا
ہمارے بیچ سے تُو اس طرح گزرا
کہ جیسے دو مخالف راستوں کو کاٹتی سرحد
کہ جس کے ہر طرف بس دُوریوں کی گرد اُڑتی ہے

اُسی اِک گرد کی تہہ سی
تجھے دروازے کی بَیل پر جمی شاید نظر آئے
کوئی تصویر کے اندر کمی شاید نظر آئے
تمنّا سے بھری آنکھیں جو ہر دَم مُسکراتی تھیں
اب اُن آنکھوں کے کونوں میں نمی شاید نظر آئے

Soorah 105 – Al-Feel : The Elephant

Allah – Grace and Attributes

  • Have you not seen how your Lord dealt with the Owners of the Elephant? [Abrahah].

Wrong Path (DON’Ts)

  • Have you not seen how your Lord dealt with the Owners of the Elephant? [Abrahah]. Did He not make their plot go astray, and sent against them birds, in flocks, striking them with stones, and made them like an empty field of stalks.

 

[This post links to Main Post (containing the consolidated data of study) and Introductory Post (containing the objective of study)]

“Scream of silence” by Lt Gen Tariq Khan (Retd)

16 December goes by again. My unqualified attempt at prose.

When we yearn for high office yet lack the capacity to hold it, when we willingly embrace responsibility knowing we are not worthy of it, when our success is measured by surviving the tenure we must survive, when our achievements are weighed by invented fables and clashing cymbals of artificial celebrations, when the government is more important than the State, when institutions are sacrificed for self and family, when constitutions hold nations hostage, when democracy is just an end by any means, when justice is trampled under fear of reprisal or the glitter of gold, where mediocrity is subsidised, where there is no difference between sin and crime, where one is respected more for breaking the law rather than following it, where religion is an obsession but God summarily forgotten, where ideology remains the refuge of a rascal and belief excludes all others, then my friend you have discovered my country, the land of the pure, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Here substance is conspicuous in its absence while slogans rule the roost, love is professed with passion but hatred practiced with venom, where peace is promised to all but intolerance and extremism remain what is left of any social contract, where corruption is the form and merit defeated at the alter of nepotism and jobbery, where who you are matters more than what you do, where people hear you yet no one listens, where all can see yet no one looks and when you find yourself so surrounded in a sea of people but yet you stand anonymous, then you, my friend, have found my people, the Muslims of Pakistan.

Lt Gen Tariq Khan (Retd)

Definitions – 4

Sach wo hai, jo apnay baaray mein bola jaaye…”

[Ashfaq Ahmed’s Mother]

Tip-Tip 12

  • Be happy. Be who you want to be. If others don’t like it, then let them be. Happiness is a choice. Life isn’t about pleasing everybody.
  • Soteriophobia is a psychological condition which causes a person to refuse depending on others out of fear of being disappointed.
  • Grudges are a waste of perfect happiness. Laugh when you can, apologize when you should, and let go of what you can’t change.
  • People don’t listen to the smartest person in the room, they listen to whoever acts as if they know what’s right, according to a study.
  • I believe that that whoever is meant to be in your life will always gravitate back towards you, regardless of how far they try to run away.
  • Eventually all things fall into place. Until then, laugh at the confusion, live for the moments, and know everything happens for a reason.
  • Psychology says, the person who tries to keep everyone happy often ends up feeling the loneliest.
  • No relationship is ever a waste of your time. If it didn’t bring you what you want, it taught you what you didn’t want.
  • If two people are having a dispute, the angrier one is usually wrong. This is because anger clouds judgement.
  • Sometimes it takes sadness to know happiness, noise to appreciate silence and absence to value presence.
  • Life is very short, so forgive quickly, believe slowly, love truly, laugh loudly and never avoid anything that makes you smile.
  • Your age doesn’t define your maturity, your grades don’t define your intelligence, and rumors don’t define who you are.
  • A person needs just three things to be truly happy in the world: someone to love, something to do, and something to hope for.
  • The key to happiness and success: Dream big, work hard, stay focused, and surround yourself with good people.
  • Before you talk, listen. Before you react, think. Before you criticize, wait. Before you pray, forgive. Before you quit, try.

 

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Definitions – 3

Mehboob wo hai, jis bura bhi acha lagay….”

[Baba Ji, Noor-waalay….]

[Ashfaq Ahmed]

Definitions – 2

Khush-qismat wo hai, jo apni qismat par khush hai…”

[Wasif Ali Wasif]

Definitions – 1

Musalmaan wo hai jiskay zubaan aur haath se doosray musalmaan mehfooz rahein….”
[Prophet Muhammad – PBUH]

[Bukhari – Kitaab ul Eemaan]

Words Unsaid – 19

Likhtay thay she’r hum bhi haseenon pe shaaz shaaz

Tum say milay to ‘saahib-e-deewaan’ ho gaye…

Dialogue – 33 (“Ye bikk gayee hai gormint…”)

“Koi na koi masla laga hi rehta hai iss mulk mein…”

“Ab kiya hua…?..”

“Doodh mein milaawatt… Paani saaf nahin… Health, Education, sub ka berra gharq.. Ab to gosht bhi gaaliyoun waalay jaanwaroun ka…”

“Hahahaha…..”

“Pooray hein daant.. Ab kar lo mounh band.. Huh..!..”

“Barra ghussa hai, aazaad mulk ki be-hadd aazaad awaam mein…!..”

“To kiya karen…!.. Security yahaan nahin hai… Tax ka paisa ye loot kay khaa gaye… Kiya kiyya hai Govt ne aaj tak..?..”

“Hmm… Apna CNIC dikhaao…..”

“Renew nahin karwaaya.. Halaat dekho iss mulk kay… Roz dhamakay hotay hein.. Kehnay ko har SIM bio-metric verified hai…”

“Tum ne tax-filer kay liye apply kiyya…?… Uss pe kaafi concessions hein…”

“Kyoon karoon.. Tax ka saaray paisa to off-shore lag jaana hai… Ye disgraceful hein hukmaraan…”

“Aur driving license ka kiyya bana…?..banwaaya…?..”

“Kiya zaroorat hai… 100 / 50 mein jub kaam ho jaata hai…..aur traffic police ka bhi bhala ho jaata hai… Bechaaray, kitni kum pay pe kaam kartay hein saara saara din dhoop baarish mein..”

“Tau kab banwaao gey ye sub documents…?..”

“InshaAllah, Umray pe jana hai, iss saal kay end pe.. Tab banwaaein gey CNIC, NTN Filer return / certificate, aur international driving license…”

 

Random Thoughts – 37

We all need a fair degree of autonomy, comfort, trust and respect.

And that’s it…!

Most of the issues are resolved, if we give the people, these four entities…. Be it at home / family, relations, work, inter-nation, etc…

From House-maid to Generals, and from Saas-Bahu to Horrible Bosses, we can create win-win by these 4 things.

Dialogue – 32 (Be-sabari)

“Loag aik doosray kay qareeb kaisay aatay hein..?..”

“Hum khayaal loag, hamaaray expressions se hamein pehchaan letay hein…and vice versa…”

“Wo kaisay..?..”

“Hamaari baatein, comments, actions, even intents unhein iss liye resonate karti hain, coz wo usi style aur direction mein sochtay hein…. Aur ziaada tar, waisay hi experiences se guzray bhi hotay hein..”

“Aur ye hota kaisay hai,…?..”

“Like, unn vibes se….jo hamaara aik message, ya comment, ya koi bhi expression radiate karta hai… Resonance, hamein unn logon mein interest lenay pe majboor karti hai, jo actually hamaaray hum-zaad hotay hein….pur abhi contact mein nahin aaye hotay…”

“Means, hamaara aur unka milna destined hota hai..?..”

“Darust..”

“To phir ye maslay kyoon aatay hein….. Samaaj kay.. Families kay… Rishtay tootnay kay… Connections khatam honay kay… Mistrust aur distrust kay…?…”

“Be-sabari ki wajah se… Jis se insecurity create hoti hai… Aur insecurity is the mother of all issues…”

“Like…?..”

“Wo kehtay hein na… Set free your love….. If its really for you, it will come back.. Isi tarah, kisi bhi shakhs ya cheez ko chase na karen… Agar wo waqaee aapki zindangi mein aani hai, to aaye gi… Time dein… Especially apni expectations ko…”

Dialogue – 31 (Sawaaliya Nishaan)

“Baba.. Shahaadat kiya hoti hai..?..”

“Beta.. Shahaadat Allah ka aik inaam hai….un logon kay liye, jo uski mohabbat mein, uskay liye jaan detay hein…”

“To mohabbat ki wajah se jaan deni parrti hai..?..”

” 🙂 Jaan deni nahin parrti… Paish ki jaati hai… Qabool ho jaaye to Shaheed, nahin to Ghazi….”

“Baba, jaan denay ka matlab to mar jaana hota hai na..!…”

“Jee..”

“To jo mar jaatay hein, unhein kiya inaam milta hai..?..”

“Wo martay nahin hein meri jaan.. Wo to zinda rehtay hein.. Yeh inaam hai unka.. Hamesha ki zindagi….”

“Ye jin 83 logon ne Sehwan mein jaan di, wo bhi Shaheed hein..?… Unhon ne tau jaan paish nahin ki thee..!!!… Ya ki thee..?…”

“Beta… Ye baatein aap kyoon pooch rahay hein..?..”

“Baba.. Mujhay samajh nahin aata. Jaan paish bhi nahin kee.. Mar bhi gaye… Phir kaha jaata hai jaan di bhi, aur Shaheed / zinda bhi hein..!..”

“Isi liye to Allah ji farmaatay hein, ‘magar wo zinda hein, pur tumhein iska shauur nahin’..”

“Baba.. shauur kiya hota hai..?…”

“Wo jo hamaray paas nahin hai meray Betay…😓…”

“Kyoon nahin hai Baba…?..”

“Kyoun kay insaaniyyat uthaa li gayi hai hamaaray yahaan se….”

“Baba.. Insaaniyyat kiya hoti hai…?…”

Words Unsaid – 18

Barson mein maraasim bantay hein, lamhon mein bhalaa kiya tootein gey…

Tu mujh se bicharrna chaahay to, dewaar uthaa dheeray dheeray..

Dialogue – 30 (Stakes)

“Aik aur khud-kush hamla..!!..”

“Inna lillah….”

“Ye suicidal attacks tau khatam nahin huay.. Halaankay in kay khilaaf operation huay thay…!..”

“Wo mukammal operation nahin thay, isi liye effective bhi nahin thay…”

“Wo kaisay…!?..”

“Operation ka sub se pehla stage hota hai: diagnosis…kay kis cheez kay liye kiyya jaa raha hai… Phir, pre operative procedures hotay hein.. Planning hoti hai.. Qualified surgical staff, specialists aur support staff hota hai… Phir blood ka, medicines ka, injectables ka arrangement hota hai.. Mareez kay kaee tests hotay hein.. Operation mein sirf aik khaas area ko target kiyya jaata hai, jo maslay ki jarr hoti hai.. Phir post operative procedure hotay hein.. Iss pooray amal mein aik khaas speciality, experience aur level kay loag hotay hen… Phir follow up checks hotay hein… Gharz ye kay aik lamba chorra process hota hai…”

“Pur operations to huay hein inn kay khilaaf…”

“Hmm… Operation mein agar nahin hoti to blame game nahin hoti…. Hospital kay MS ki PID ki tarah ki Press Conferences nahin hotein… OT se walk-out nahin hota.. Aik beemaari ko khatam kar kay waisi hi doosri beemaariyoun ko panapnay nahin diyya jaata, unkay saath photo sessions nahin hotay…. Ye nahin hota kay aik taraf to operation ho, aur doosri taraf bilkul tawajjuh hi nahin… Hospitals aglee term ka liye votes kay chakkar mein nahin hotay.. Doctors political point scoring nahin kartay… Sirf surgeon per sub zimmadaari nahin daal di jaati, baaqi sub bhi apna kaam kartay hein….”

“Hmmmmm…..”

“Aik aur baat….operations mein beemaari ko beemaari samjha jaata hai……beemaar ko own kiyya jaata hai……uski bemaari ko khatam kiyya jaata hai….usko nahin…… Sub se important: stakes.. Fouj, Police, Awam jub nishaana banein gey, tau iss naasoor se larrnay, isko direct hit karnay ki baat bhi wohi karein gey na…”

“Hmmmmmm…”

“You know, Imran Khan ne SKMT Cancer Hospital kyoon banaaya…?..”

“Kyoon kay wo apni mother ki wajah se iss marz kay ilaaj ki importance ko jaantay thay…”

“Exactly…. Ab ye bataao, pichlay 15 saal mein kitnay political leaders, unkay bachay, family kay doosray afraad, ya close relatives terrorism ka nishaana banay….?….”

Dialogue – 29 (Dialogues)

“Hamaara personality foot-print kahaan kahaan mojood hota hai..?..”

“Hum jo bhi kehtay hein, likhtay hein, boltay hein, ya kartay hein……wo ya uskay effects kahin na kahin mehfooz ho jaatay hain..”

“Har cheez mein..!..”

“Yes.. Apnay se related har har cheez mein hum kahin na kahin hotay hein… Maqdoor bhar… Hamaara past, future, present….sub kuch…”..

“Kiya blog pe likhay gaye dialogues bhi isi category mein aatay hein..??…”

“Haan 🙂 ..”

Dialogue – 28 (Naam)

“Naam mein kiya rakha hai…!..”

“Naam mein bohat kuch hai..”

“Maslan..?..”

“Rakhnay waali shakhsiyyat… Unki niyyat… Naam ki nisbat… Uska asar… Uski hurmat, taqdees ya otherwise….”

“Hmmmm…”

“Iskay ilaawa naam ki banaawatt… Uska matlab… Uski taaqat, energy aur assertiveness ya otherwise….”

“Wo kaisay…?..”

“Paish se shuru honay waalay naam paish-dast hotay hein… Mustaqbil mein jhaanktay hein… Mansooba bandi, aagay ki fikr kartay hein… Zabr se shuru honay waalay naam zabar-dast hotay hein… Be-parwa, bai niyaaz aur assertive/ dominant… Zair se shuru honay waalay naam zair-dast hotay hein… Halki, easy-going, docile personalities… Pur ye intehaai basics hein…”

“Interesting….!.. Iskay ilaawa…?..”

“Nuqtay… Agar ziaada nuqtay hein, to life mein issues bhi utnay ziaada houn gey… Agar nuqtay ooper ki taraf hein, tau personality strong ho gi…. Muqaabla karnay waali… Agar nuqtay neechay houn gey, to personality nisbatan weak ho gi… Sehnay waali… Isi tarah “hay”, “madd”, “tashdeed” se farq parrta hai… Pur ye bhi intehaai basics hein…”…

“Wow…. Aur nuqtay na houn tau…?..”

“Tau aisay naam bohat powerful hotay hein… Zaahir hai, power kay saath responsibility bhi aati hai…”

“Naam kaisay rakhay jaayein…?..”

“Achay naam rakhay jaayein… Munaasib hadd tak… Bohat ziaada superfluously achay naam (flamboyant type kay) avoid kiye jaayein.. Naam ka asar hota hai.. Laaj rakhni hoti hai… Mushkil ho jaata hai kuch logon kay liye baad mein…”

“Pur phir, ye kyoon kaha jaata hai kay ‘naam mein kiya rakha hai’…!?..”

“Kyoon kay, naam se tau sirf bulaaya jaata hai….. Kaam se pehchaana jaata hai…”

Dialogue – 27 (Gift)

“Hmm… Kiya hai iss surprise gift box mein.?…”

“Khud hi dekh lo…”

“Hmmm… Wow.. This is one of the most beautiful ring. It was your favourite…..the day we saw it that jewellery outlet..!!.. OMG, its from the same shop…!!!”

” 🙂 .. Paglay..! That is for your to-be life partner…”

“Nooooo.. ”

“Yessss….”

“Is it an outcome of jealousy.. 😉 ..”

“There’s no jealousy in love…”

“So shall I tell my partner, that you gifted it…”

“Yes.. Mein khud pehnaaoun gi usay…”

“No way… Ye to filmon mein bhi nahin hota…”

“Filmon mein to kuch bhi real nahin hota…….. Pur ye barri dair mein pata chala…”

“You’re getting emotional….”

” By the way, love is an emotion, per se 😀 … Meray liye tum important ho.. Tumhaari khushi… Tumhaari zindagi…… Tumhaari aasaani..”

“Khud say bhi ziaada…!?”

“Yehi tau masla hai…… Khud se bhi ziaada…”

Dialogue – 26 (Sub se barra dukh)

“Mujhay dua deejiye…”

“Allah tumhein mohabbat ata karay….apni…apnay Habeeb (PBUH) ki… Aur hamesha khush rakhay.. Dukh, dard, gham, fikr ataa karay tau uss ko jheelnay ka housla o sabr uss se ziaada ataa karay…”

“Aameen.. Pur aik baat hai..”

“Kiya..?..”

“Dukh, dard, gham, fikr to Allah na hi ataa farmaayein.. 🙂 ”

“Behtar.. 🙂 .. Pur jo uska mehboob ho jaata hai, to package mein ye sub saath aata hai…”

“Hmmmm…”

“Buss aik dukh, dard, gham, fikr kabhi na milay tumhein… Jo sub se ziaada mushkil hai…”

“Wo konsa…”

“Aulaad ka…”

Dialogue – 25 (Installation / Share)

‘Aapka naam bohat acha hai… Bohat khoobsoorat…”

“Thank you so much…”

“Aapki soorat aur seerat bhi bohat khoobsoorat hai. MashaAllah…”

“Thank you… Kaash naseeb bhi aisay hi hotay…”

“Naseeb ka kaash se koi taalluq nahin…”

“Wo kaisay..?..”

“Naseeb ka root word noon-suwaad-bay hai….. Iska matlab hai: ‘constitute, install, nominate, put up, set up swindle, roguery, statue’… Naseeb khud, ‘share (hissa)’ kay meanings mein use hota hai…”

“Phir…?..”

“Naseeb agar nasb, yaani installation hai, to usay kaee angles se dekha to jaa sakta hai, differently interpret kiya ja sakta hai, pur remove nahin kiyya jaa sakta… Aur agar ‘hissa’ hai, to wo bhi khatam nahin hota at least…”

“Iss sub ka matlab…?…”

“Matlab yeh… Kay itnay achay naam waalay agar naseeb ko samajh hi na sakay, to yaqeenan pareshaan-kun hai….”

“Aur ye achay naam waalay ab achay naseeb kay liye kiya karen..?..”

“Adab… Kyoun kay naseeb ka taalluq adab say hota hai…”

“Kis ka adab..?..”

” :).. Jis ne installation ki hai. Jo share baant’ta hai…”

“Pur bohat dua ki… Bohat aansoo bahaaye… Waqt tham giya hai meray liye….”

“Jis ne aapko itna acha naam, itni haseen soorat, itni piyaari seerat ataa ki…. Wo naseeb achay nahin kar sakta…?”

“Ye sub theek hai.. Par sakoon nahin aata….”

“Well, naeeb aapka acha hi hai… Sirf zaawiya badal kay dekhein… Installation ko doosri taraf ja ke dekhein… Share aapko poora mil raha hai…. Haan iss se ziaada ki dose shayad iss waqt nuqsaan deh ho… Milay gi apnay time pe….”

“Hmmmm… Agar mein ‘kaash’ waalay mode se nikal bhi jaaoun, to change to kuch bhi nahin hoga…..”

“Aik dafa nikal kay to dekhein….. Change kabhi bhi kuch nahin hota…. Hamaara naseeb bhi nahin… 🙂 …”

“Phir kiya change hota hai….”

“Hum khud…”

Random Thoughts – 36

Marta hoon khaamshi pur, yeh aarzoo hai meri

Daaman mein koh kay ik, chhotta sa jhomparra ho…

Dialogue – 24 (Input/Output)

“Itnay dialogue kyoun…”

“Aadat parr gayi hai…”

“Kis se…?…”

“Aap se…”

“Meri to speciality hai dialogue.. Aasaani rehti hai. Baat focused, concise aur comprehensive hoti hai…”

“Hmmmm….”

“Aglay banday ka barray aaraam se pata bhi chal jaata hai……. Ooper se mein introvert hoon….”

“Ahan….”

“Meray liye to dialogue “input” hai…….ideas ki…..social interactions ki……understanding ki…..viewpoints ki…..”

“Aur meray liye “output”…..”

Dialogue – 23 (Self-Assessment)

“Kisi ko assess kaisay karein…”

“Syedina Ali RA kay qoul kay mutaabiq….”

“Aur wo kiya hai..?..”

“Insaan kay alfaaz uskay khiyalaat ka aks hein…. Aur uskay acts, uskay character ka….”

“Pur kaee baar phir bhi assessment ghalat ho jaati hai… Aur hum dhoka khaa jaatay hein….”

“Uss case mein, assessment karnay waalay ne zaroor aik angle ko miss kiyya hota hai… Aik side chhorri hoti hai…”

“Wo kiya..?….”

“Khud.. Apna aap…”

Words Unsaid – 17

Kuch to meray pundaar e muhabbat ka bharam rakh

Tu bhi tau kabhee mujh ko manaanay kay liye aa

Words Unsaid – 16

Baarishon mein kabhee bheego gey, to yaad aaoun ga…

Memories – 2

“Begum ko salaam dena….. Bachon ko piyaar….

Aur haan, tarteeb mein garr-burr nahin….”

دارالمدینہ میوزیم میں شہر مبارک کی مجسم عکاسی [Re-Blogged]

One of the most beautiful posts….

ღ کچھ دل سے ღ

دارالمدینہ میوزیم میں شہر مبارک کی مجسم عکاسی
شہر نبی ﷺ سے ہر مسلمان بے پناہ عقیدت رکھتا ہے ۔ اس شہر مبارک سے عقیدت و محبت کیوں نہ ہو کہ یہ وہ شہر ہے جس سے نور توحید نے پوری دنیا کو منور کیا اور غلامی و جبر کے نظام میں پسے ہوئے انسانوں کو اٹھایا اور انہیں مساوی حقوق عطا کروائے ۔
مدینہ منورہ میں اس شہر مبارک کی مرحلہ وار تاریخ کو اجاگر کرنے کیلئے ـ” دار المدینہ میوزیم ” قائم کیا گیا ۔ یوں تو مدینہ منورہ کی تاریخ کے حوالے سے متعدد مجسم نمائشی سینٹر ز بنائے گئے ہیں جہاں مدینہ منورہ کی مجسم عکاسی کی گئی ہے مگر ” دار المدینہ میوزیم ” اس اعتبار سے خصوصی اہمیت کا حامل ہے کہ وہاں رکھے گئے مجسم نمونوں کی تیاری کے مراحل انتہائی باریک بینی اور برسوں کی تحقیق کا نچوڑ ہیں کہ انہیں دیکھ…

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Random Thoughts – 35

Uss dukhi shakhs ko suna tum ne..!

Kitni shaaistagi zubaan mein thee…

Dialogue – 22 (Innocence)

“Chottay say baby…. Aap kahaan hein??..”

“Mein yahaan hoon Mama….”…

“Beta.. Idhar aayein… Meray paas…”

“Ji Mama… Aa giya..”

“Aapki kaisay hain ab….? Baba ne temperature check kiyya?..”

“Ji Mama….”

“Aaeyin aapko antibiotic doon…”

“Konsi anti (ki) beti…!…… Alizey…!!..”

“No baby… Daawai… Antee-bio-tic….”.

“No Mama…. Alizey…”

🙂

Memories – 1

“Take great care of yourself and all those around you…”

Ik teray jaanay kay baad….[Re-blogged]

(Ek fauji ki bewa ka khat apnay shaheed k naam) Asalaam u alaikum Yaqinan meri awaaz aap tk pohanch hi rahi hogi aur is khat ko likhnay ki ehem waja bhi woh baatein aap tk pohchana hai jo main aapk…

Source: Ek teray jaanay pehlay ek teray janay k baad….(reposted)

Soorah 106 – Quraish : Quraish Tribe

Allah – Grace and Attributes

  • Grace and Protection from Allah.
  • Allah – the Lord of this House (the Ka’bah).
  • Who fed them against hunger, and made them safe from fear.

Specific Address

  • Let them (Quraish) worship (Allah).

 

[This post links to Main Post (containing the consolidated data of study) and Introductory Post (containing the objective of study)]

Tip-Tip 11

  • Listening to your favorite song before bed can help you sleep better, wake up easier and enhance your mood for the upcoming day.
  • When studying something new, teach a friend about it. Let them ask questions. If you can teach something well, then you understand it well.
  • The unhappiest people in this world are the people who care the most about what everyone else thinks.
  • Sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to just stop caring.
  • The foundation of a healthy relationship: Trust and communication.
  • Travel the world. Understand different cultures. Be inspired by beauty everywhere. Make friends all over. Be a citizen of the world.
  • Give yourself permission to cut negative people from your life, and surround yourself with people who bring out the best in you.
  • Once you begin to dislike someone, everything they do tends to annoy you.
  • Cheating, Stealing, Lying and Immoral conduct are choices, not mistakes.
  • School doesn’t test your intelligence, it tests your memory.
  • Our generation has lost the value of romance, the value of trust, the value of conversation, sadly small talk is the new deep.
  • The best feeling in the world is knowing that you actually mean something to someone. This can literally add years to your life.
  • Old text messages, songs and photos provide a psychological window into the past. Revealing what you miss, how things used to be.
  • Overthinking is the biggest cause of our unhappiness. Keep yourself occupied. Keep your mind off things that don’t help you. Think positive.
  • Appreciate those who love you. Help those who need you. Forgive those who hurt you. Forget those who leave you.
  • Never ignore a person who loves and cares for you, because one day you may realize that you’ve lost the moon while counting the stars.
  • First rule in life: If you never go after what you want, you’ll never have it.
  • Giving birth is the second most painful thing a human can experience – The first is being burned alive.

 

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Dialogue – 21 (Give and Take)

“We, humans, cannot give anything to each other…nor take from each other……except one….”

“What is the only one thing we can give to someone?”

“Our time..”

“And what is the only one thing we can take back from someone…?”

“Trust…”

Random Thoughts – 34

کتنی دلکش ہو تم، کتنا دل جو ہوں میں
کیا ستم ہے کہ ہم لوگ مر جائیں گے

 

[John Elia]

Words Unsaid – 15

mohabbat karnay waalay kam na houn gey

teri mehfil mein lekin hum na houn gey

Words Unsaid – 14

Tum zamaanay ki raahe se aaye
warna seedha thaa raasta dil ka…

Dialogue – 20 (Valentine Day Culture)

“mohabbat kay rishton mein sub se ziaada priority pe kisko hona chaahiye…?..”

“jis ka insaan pur sub se ziaada haq hai……”

“kis ka….?”

“mother…”

“hmmmmm……tau phir ye valentine day culture ko aap kis tarah dekhtay hein…?..”

“valentine day culture mein na mohabbat hai…….na rishtay…..aur na priority….”

Tip-Tip 10

  • Psychologically, one of the most painful goodbyes is when you know that the next time you meet, the hello won’t be the same.
  • The very last person on your mind before you close your eyes at night is either the reason for your happiness or pain.
  • The worst feeling is when someone makes you feel special, then suddenly leaves you hanging, and you have to act like you don’t care at all.
  • No one is really busy, it’s all about priorities.
  • Your personality is who you are. Your attitude is usually based on how a person treats you.
  • Life is better with a sense of humor.
  • If you can’t stop thinking about it, don’t stop working for it.
  • Respect is earned. Honesty is appreciated. Trust is gained. Loyalty is returned.
  • A year changes you a lot.
  • Let your faith be bigger than your fears.
  • The older you get, the less people you trust.
  • People are generally more honest when physically tired. This is why people confess things during late night conversations.
  • Generally, a woman will only argue with someone she truly cares for. Arguing less occurs when she’s less interested.
  • Sometimes you have to move on without certain people. If they’re meant to be in your life, they’ll catch up.
  • You can tell how dangerous a person is by the way they hold their anger inside themselves quietly.
  • Remember, for everything you have lost, you have gained something else. Without the dark, you would never see the stars.
  • Intelligent men and women are easily annoyed by people in general but tend to say nothing in attempt to avoid meaningless arguments.
  • Be careful with your words, because once they’ve been said, they can only be forgiven; not forgotten.
  • If you don’t fight for what you want, don’t cry for what you lost.
  • Everything happens for a reason. That reason causes change. Sometimes it hurts. Sometimes it is hard. But in the end it’s all for the best.
  • 20 years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the things you did do.
  • You aren’t rich until you have something that money can’t buy.

 

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