Archive for April, 2012

Dil Hijr Kay Dard Say Bojhul Hay

April 29th, 2012, posted in POEtRY..

Dil Hijr kay dard say Bojhul hay, ab aan milo to behtar hay
is baat say hum ko kya matlab, yah kaisay ho, yah kyunkar ho

Ik Bheek kay dono kasey hain, Ik pyas kay dono piysay hain,
Hum Khaiti hain, tum badal ho, hum nadya hain tum sagar ho

Yeh dil hay kay jaltay seenay may, ik dard ka phora alhar sa
Na Gupat rahay Na phoot bahay, koi marham ho koi nishtar ho

Hum sanjh samay ki chaya hain, Tum Chahrtay raat ka chandarma
Hum Jaatey hain tum aatay ho, Phir mail ki soorat kyunkar ho

Ab Husn ka rutba aali hay, ab Husn say Sehra Khali hay
Chal basti may banjara ban, Chal Nagri may saudagar ho

Ab Inshaji ko bulana kya, ab pyaar kay deep jalana kya
Jub dhoop aur chahya aik say hoon, Jub Din aur Raat barabar ho



Man Is Harder Than Rock and More Fragile Than An Egg

April 27th, 2012, posted in Ink On PAPER

egg-printing-explained“Man is harder than rock and more fragile than an egg.”
-Anonymuos (presumably Yugoslav Proverb)

The more harder you tend to be the more fragile you’ll turn out to be and the more fragile you tend to be the more harder you’ll turn out to be. No matter how hard one is, its tendency is to break one day. When the Earth breaks a rock it breaks it into pieces and the rock becomes smaller ones of its kind or even as smaller as tiny dust particles, and becomes the part of the Earth that broke it and then breaks other rocks. Whereas, when an egg breaks it signals life and grows to become a mature and a sustainer for the future eggs, provided that it breaks at maturity, or otherwise instantaneous death awaits. Similarly in our lives, the one who breaks the fragile covering of carnal soul & ignorance, like that of an egg, from inside, at proper time, lives & shines. Whereas, the one broken from outside receives only physical bludgeoning shattering him into pieces and he falls in an eternal black-hole of the worldly temptations alluring him to race to become the same bludgeoner for others that broke him, unless he breaks that covering from inside. Its up to you to choose to become like a rock or an egg, then choose to break from inside or to be broken from outside. In all cases you’re to do what you’re to do & you’re to become what you’re to become.

Have a nice day.


Flight Of 127

April 25th, 2012, posted in Ink On PAPER, PAKiSTAN

map of plane crash


Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. None of the characters in this piece are real. Just stories. Made up stories hoping to help you realize something.

He was 19. Only 19. Not even third of the way through average life expectancy. On his way to Islamabad to give his visa interview at the Canadian Embassy. Just two weeks ago he got into that college of his dreams in Toronto and the paperwork had just begun. He is never graduating with that degree of prestige in his hand. Never getting his dream job, never marrying his young love. When they hung up and he turned his phone off, the last few words that he said and the last few words that he heard her say were the same: those three words, that acceptance of love.

“I’ll call you when we land.”


He called his parents three weeks ago that he’s passing out of the military academy on 21st. The biggest day of his life was just around the corner and he couldn’t be more excited. Living away from home for the past few years had taught him so much about his family. How his dad always liked reading the paper before calling him every Sunday morning so they can use news and events as fillers during conversations. How his mother loved making him tea, the taste of which never really matched to the chaye available at the mess. How his younger sister was always the shy kind and never really made new friends after 2nd grade.

When he told his father that his passing out parade is scheduled for Saturday, his father replied with we’ll all come to see you on this big day of yours. He was excited and he thought, I’ll keep the big news to myself and they’ll be surprised when they’ll watch me receive the Sword of Honor. “Or perhaps they wouldn’t be surprised, I’ve always been a good student”, he thought. They never made it to the parade.


“Baba, Karachi isn’t that far, afterall. It’s just a two hour flight. I can drop by every weekend or two and things will still be the same. I know you won’t get to see me every day but still, I really, really wanna go study communication design at Indus Valley. They have the best program in the country. Please let me do this?”

Her puppy face had always worked. Her dad agreed. She moved to Karachi last fall to study. Life had been good to her during the last few months. She made new friends, reconnected with old ones, started living with Manzoor Uncle and Shabana Auntie who cared for her just as her own parents. Daily phone calls to Baba were something that wasn’t ever a chore. Since last fall, every other weekend was spent in Islamabad. Last December she had to skip a weekend due to an assignment and the same week, when he fell on the stairs and hit his head on the marble, she flew a weekday morning flight for the first time.

She was an only child. When a reporter shoved a camera in her Baba’s face at the crash site, he couldn’t say anything. He was too shocked to even cry.


“So do you have a seat in any other airlines? I have a really important meeting to get to at 9am tomorrow. Anything tonight or tomorrow would do.”
“There are a few seats in 7pm tonight but it’s not PIA, it’s Bhoja. And it’s their first flight to Islamabad after they resumed operations.”
“Why does it matter, please book it for me. You have my credit card info, right?
“Yes, sir. I’ll email you the ticket in a short while, then.”
“Sounds good.”

Didn’t sound as good to his wife when she heard news of the crash.

Working at a news group gave him chances to travel all over the world during the past 23 years. He’d been to South America, to Portugal and Bahamas, to South Africa and India and Thailand and China. His favorite place in the world was by far Karachi, partly because it was home and partly because it is what it is: this havoc-loving chaos with no system whatsoever but still pretty much the best example of survival through adversity.

He got another one of those calls on Thursday morning. “Farhan Saheb, kal zara ek interview karna hai Islamabad mein.” He happily obliged. He loved travelling and had sadly been home for the past six weeks.
“Sir, masla he koi nahi. Details? Kaun hai, kahan hai, waghaira?” He was told details would come in later through email. Meanwhile, he should get his affairs in order if he has anything urgent in Karachi.
“Waise, main free he hun. Aglay weekend, albatta, meri beti ko dekhne kuch log aarahay hain. But I am assuming this would be a short trip?”
“Haan, haan. Nothing more than three days. You can be back by Monday night. Aur apki meetings kay schedule main aapko bhej rha hun, acknowledge kar liye ga when you get my email.”

“Jee, zaroor. Boht shukria.”

During the first hour of the flight, the voices inside his head ranted not about work but about new places that he wanted to see. Next year, after Sana’s wedding, I should probably take a month or so off from work and just.. roam around Europe.


“Beta, phone kar kay Noman ko Karachi se bula lo. Mera nahi khayal is baar haspataal se main zinda wapis aaungi. Ab tou bus tayyari hai.”
“Maan Jee, Aisi baatein kiun karti hain? Noman ko bula lia hai. Kal sham ki flight se aaraha hai woh Islamabad. Aap bus fikr na karein, bus jaldi se theek hojayen.”

“Beta, Noman ki flight kitne bajay land karni thi? Operation kal subha hai, main chahti hun kuch ghantay tou bethay wohh mere paas. Kuch baat karay, kuch meri sunay. Pata nahi kahan reh gya hai.”
“Maan jee, Noman ka phone aya tha, keh rha tha operation se pehle pohnch nahi payega.”

This is all she could tell Maan Jee before her eyes teared up again. She had no choice but to walk out of the room then. She couldn’t even cry on her brother’s death. She was too focused on spending last few hours with her mother before they would take Maan Jee away to the operation room. The operation next morning, with less than 30% chances of success, was the last hope of prolonging Maan Jee’s life by a few months.


These stories are fictional. None of the people who died in the tragedy were my friends or relatives. But the reason why I wanted to write this was helping myself realize that 127 isn’t just a number.

They weren’t just 127 people. They were 127 life stories. 127 dreams that are never realizing. 127 sons and daughters, husbands and wives, lovers and friends. I don’t know what the cause was, and frankly don’t care that much either.

All I know is that this is a reminder for all of us: Say your I Love Yous and Sorrys today. Forgive the people you’re holding grudges against. Let go with peace and harmony. Stop hatred. Stop being mean. Stop focusing on future too much and live in the now. That best shirt you have in your closet that you still haven’t worn thinking you’ll wear it on a special day? Wear it today. Take lots of pictures. Create memories. Make a difference. Follow your passion. Change lives ..

And above all, make sure that when you die, you leave enough behind that you are remembered as a person. Something a whole lot more than just a number. Just a body. Just an average human being.



Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. None of the characters in this piece are real. Just stories. Made up stories hoping to help you realize something.



Death Of Bibi Fatima (A.S)

April 25th, 2012, posted in Islam
Death Of Bibi Fatima (A.S)
This is the some of the detail which I would like to give you of both side of stories. When you will read till end only then you will come to know about it properly.
Following the farewell pilgrimage, Muhammad (S.A.W) summoned Fatima (A.S) and informed her that he would be dying soon but also informed her that she would be the first of his household to join him.Some days after this discussion, Muhammad (S.A.W) died, following which Fatima was grief stricken and remained so for the remainder of her life until she died less than six months later.
Sunnis believe that Fatimah (A.S) reconciled her differences with Abu Bakr prior to her death although the Shia believe in her anger with him until her death.
There are two distinct views on the manner of her death between the Shias and Sunnis.

Shia :

Death Of Hazrat Fatima

Will its been agreed upon, in accordance to shias that Fatima (A.S) died due to the pain inflected upon her when umar caused her to have a miscarage and boke her ribs. Hadith narrarate to us that Fatima (A.S) was forced behind the door when the men of umar charged at her door causing a horrible impact with the wall , and they also wipped he on her stomach…

The hadith of this incident are numerous in both Shia and Sunni sources..

Here is some Shia Hadith about the incident

We read in alihtijaj for altabrasi volume 1 :

“they(umar and abu bak’s men or supporters) went to Fatima (A.S)’s house , Fatima (A.S) said i will not allow you to enter without my permission , they returned and they told Umar Fatima (A.S) does not allow us to enter without her permission , thereby Umar became angry and ordered men to carry firewood and he also carried with them and they put the firewood around the house of Fatima (A.S), Umar then rose his voice so Imam Ali (A.S) can hear and said by God you rather come out and pay alleince to the successur of the Prophet  (S.A.W) or i will set your house on fire , Umar then returned to Abu Bakr becasue he was too scared from Imam Ali (A.S ) to enter, Abu Bakr then said tell him to come out if he doesnt , break into the house and set it on fire, Umar , Kunfuz and thei friends broke intothe house without permission, Imam Ali (A.S) rushed to his sword but they took holf of it before he got to it , they then charged their swords at Imam Ali (A.S) and put a black rope around his neck and Fatima (A.S) had been injured after the charging at the door and Kunfuz wipped her on her upper arm Abu Bakr ordered Abu Bakr to wip her , until he broke her ribs and caused her to have a miscarage untill later on , she remained in her bed injured till she died from the attack as a marty ..

This is the opinion of altabarasi and also sulaim bin qays who witnessed the incident and during that time he recorded it in his book sulaym bin qays ..

This incident can be found in

-biharul anwar for almajlessi
-alihtijaja for altabrasi
-kitab sulaym bin qays alhillali

As for Sunni books the incident can be found in
– History of Tabari (Arabic), v1, pp 1118-1120
– History of Ibn Athir, v2, p325
– al-Isti’ab, by Ibn Abd al-Barr, v3, p975
– Tarikh al-Kulafa, by Ibn Qutaybah, v1, p20
– al-Imamah wal-Siyasah, by Ibn Qutaybah, v1, pp 19-20
-musnaf ibn abi shaybah
-Muruj adh-Dhahab by Abd al-Hasan Ali ibn al-Husayn al Masudi Volume 3 page 198

However, these are authentic but do not mention the incedent completely meaning the dont mention the part of the attack , but however there is some Sunni scholars that did such as

Sharistani in his book almilal wa alnihal states in his OWN words page 57 volume 1

Sunni :

The Sunnis state that on the morning of her death, she took a bath, put on new clothes and lay down in bed. She asked for Ali (A.S) and informed him that her time to die was very close. Upon hearing this news, Ali (A.S) began to cry but was consoled by Fatima (A.S) who asked him to look after her two sons and for him to bury her without ceremony. After her death, Ali (A.S) followed her wishes and buried her without informing the Madina people.

Death Of Hazrat Fatima (A.S)

Note : Please do confirm things by yourself as well…


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Love How You Go On Testing Me

April 25th, 2012, posted in LoVE, MESSAGEs, Rumi, Sufism


Love how you go on testing me – Rumi