Monday, April 4, 2011

There is more to you than what the world can see.

Hello Hello O Busy Earthlings!
Just now I was rewriting the introduction passage for my Twitter Id and I began to analyse myself. I began to write and soon crossed the world limit but I continued my self-analysis and realized that there is more to me then what the world can see. A big reason why people lack self-confidence is that they never realize what are generally known as their "hidden talents". I too lacked a lot of self-confidence but since I have a habit of doing self-analysis I have realized how I have grown more confident of myself, my actions, my thoughts and my speech, with the passage of time.
Now, you must be wondering exactly how have I become confident. Is it by improving my spoken English? No. Is it by improving my accent? My way of expressing myself? No. My beloved readers, the secret behind the growth of my confidence level is that I have realized what I am capable of doing. I have become more aware of what I can do. I know that I am a unique soul and that no one can change the way I think. Also, I experienced doing different stuff, writing for instance. Once I began to write, I realized what wonders I can compile if I let my thoughts flow freely. I realized that my thoughts and opinions differ form those of others and no one can change them. No one except me. No one except me and my God has the power to change the way I think, to change my inner thoughts. To change ME.
And  similarly, no one except you have the power to change yourself. People, what I am trying to tell you is that you should try different things and get to know what you are good at. Once you realize that you are capable of doing what no one else can do the way you do it, you will grow confident of yourself.
Thats all for today, farewell folks!

Friday, April 1, 2011

And so the Paranoid finds mental peace.

Hello Everyone. As is evident from the title of the post, I, Minahil Ghafoor, who is a very paranoid person has at last find mental peace. I had always HATED being a Facebook addict, and today the reason why I am perkily writing this post is because I finally deactivated my account after updating my last status
"I hope the exit is joyful and I hope never to return."
this is what Frida Kahlo, a famous Mexican painter of the 20th Century said about her death.  The reason why I am so happy tonight is that even though I enjoyed Facebooking but I felt that it was quite similar to "procrastination" and since I spent too much of time on it, I detested being a Facebook addict. Now the word "internet" has a whole new meaning in my head. I ow have time to pursue all the important stuff I had begun with such as blogging.
And so, the Paranoid has found mental peace. x)