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Full of contradictions, Fighting to unravel the Mysteries & discover my True calling and make others discover theirs through Thought-Provoking Life Path posts.Come join me in the quest for peace, discovery and knowledge. Share & View your reflections in the journey with my Words , Meet Me & Meet yourself on this pebbly road, deep trench and steep slope called – The Life Path….

Food for Thought – One Liner (18) December 25, 2009

” There’s life in every moment; There’s death in every moment!! “

by Zuellah Huma Ahmed

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A in English; Alif in Urdu November 25, 2009

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What A is in English, Alif is in Urdu.

The start, the beginning, the flow of a human culture and civilization all begins with language and words. The assimilation of thoughts and energies in what words and alphabets mean to us humans is passed on from generations of human species. The accumulation of the embedded powers create a magnificent, bewitching, enriching and spell bounding effect when these alphabets and words are woven with threads of emotions, images and feelings from within the soul and transmitted to the medium of air that carries it on its fragile wings.

These Alphabets become even more enchanting when they are sewn by creative human dimensions into the flowers and buds of sweet, melodious poetry resembling the chirping of the carefree birds at dawn.




Food For Thought – One Liner (9) August 27, 2009

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“There’s always a HoLE in WHoLE!! Have you ever thought?”

by Zuellah Huma Ahmed

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Busy As Hell, Are you? July 8, 2009

Sometimes one is struck by wild thoughts that are strange and baffling.  And the Why, How, When, Who and Where questions can actually drive one crazy. Reminding myself of how busy I have been, I realised using “Busy as Hell”  repeatedly.  This made me instantly break my conversation with myself to dwell on the source and origin of this term.

Who must have invented this term and Why? Just replacing the word Hell with Heaven can make the term more positive so why the idea of creating a term “Busy as Hell” superseded “Busy as Heaven”. Hmmm…..It’s funny to suggest here the tiny possiblity that the inventor might have believed Hell to be a more crowded place with more work than Heaven ;]

by Zuellah Huma Ahmed