GlobalUnison — I always wanted to be able to communicate with people from as many places as I thought exist on this planet. I wanted to know about their experiences, culture, food, traditions and how different they were despite of being exactly like me – a human. I wanted to unite with this world through my blog. I knew these conspiracies were just a political and diplomatic upfront. Pakistan and India still have the Kashmir conflict to resolve and according to
‘sources’, people of these two lands have grudge against each other (It makes me want to laugh hysterically). I have earned some great Indian friends (for life-time) through my blog. I believe these things don’t exist in reality. People are too busy to pick up a fight just on the basis of some political or media-made controversy. Anyway, my point is I wanted to know the world through this blog without being able to visit the places in person (although one day I’d like to — every one of them) and I accomplished my mission as far as I know.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank every one of you for being the part of my life and for sharing your world with me. Thank you for being such a wonderful audience and my cyber-family (as I call it my WordPress Family).
Until tomorrow, Live, Love, Inspire & (don’t forget to) Smile. Believe in yourself and you can conquer all your fears.
Blogging certainly does emphasis that we are just humans – few bad apples but in general, we are all in this thing called life together.
I agree. Thank you very much for taking out the time to read and comment.
Agree with the first paragraph my little friend 🙂 People are too busy with their lives to pick fights on the basis of nationality. I mean, the ordinary folk are barely able to earn a living, manage relationships and …well… live happily. Nobody cares what the political line is, to be honest. My closest friend who is a Ukrainian model, met a guy in Sweden and got married: he is a pakistani. My friend went to Karachi,stayed there and without converting religion got married: speaks volumes about the people there.
The hate being propagated is all political because some desperate people want to make a career out of all that.
Moreover, I did see the movie Khoobsorat, and loved it 😉
Thank you for sharing the happy stories. They give us the idea that propaganda is all a game, in reality it’s completely the opposite. I am fortunate to have known you, Tatsat. Thank you for reading and commenting.
Khoobsorat lol I am not really a big fan of that guy but yeah it was a great Indo-Pak collab!
I have just one word to say:
(This word means a lot to me, you may call it my favourite word. I use this word only for something that touches my heart. This post did that for me.) 🙂
Awww Dolly, every time you read my blog and your kind words never seem to fail to make me smile. Thank you for sharing the endless smiles with me.
Love & blessings,
And your kind words never fail to make ME smile.
So, Thank you for sharing the same.
You’re most welcome.
This is a beautiful perspective
Thank you very much Barrira for your kind words and your time to read my post. It’s greatly appreciated .