After reading it, the readers may find hope, grow in strength, and rediscover their love for souls.
Take decisions and carry them out.
Stick to heart’s desire and nothing less.
Discover your true calling and chase the road that leads to it.
Connect to your divine energy and choose the soul over ignorance.
Break free from the grip of fear;
And be you, the dignified being.
// Jannat Amjad
That state of indescion
Those foggy spaces of trust
The flickering belief
The selfless zones of surrendering for love
The unbalancing on the sewsaw of ‘Do I’ or ‘Do I not.’
Wrapping into a condition of ‘giving up,’ zones
// Jannat Amjad
To those hours of cowardice sentiments
Where suicidial thoughts becomes inevitable
And skin goes numb under the burden of emotions and thoughts of pessimism
To those days of grief moments
Where brain surrenders to think positive
Where heart fails to project waves of energised blood
Where body gives up and falls under the weight of ached margins
Where eyes gets tired of hiding hurt beneath the sparkling glare of sorrow
Where stress wrinkles shows up and tears trickle down
Where light becomes dark and dark gets meaning
// Jannat Amjad
August 14, 2022 marks the 75th Independence Day of Pakistan.
Here I provide some information on Pakistan’s stunning flag for individuals who are interested in learning more about this incredible flag:
▪︎ The green color represents Islam and Musliam majority in Pakistan.
▪︎ The white color represents the religious minorities as a gesture of respect and regard
▪︎ The flag of Pakistan represents the peaceful coexistence of Muslims and diverse minorities as well as unity and fraternity.
▪︎ The five rayed star symbolizes light and knowledge
▪︎ The crescent moon indicates the progress
▪︎ Syed Amir uddin Kedwaii designed the Pakistan’s national flag, which was modelled after the original flag of the All India Muslim League, the first Muslim political party
▪︎ The flag was subsequently approved by the constituent assembly on August 11, 1947, three days before Pakistan was founded. To represent minorities in the area, a white stripe was added to the flag
▪︎ Pakistan’s national anthem uses the Urdu phrase Parcham-e-Sitra-o-Hill to allude to the flag (lit. Flag of the Crescent and Star)
▪︎ The national flag is flown at half-mast on the death anniversaries of the Founder and first Governor General of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Allama Iqbal, the South Asian Muslim writer, philosopher, and a politician, and Pakistan’s first Prime Minister, Liaquat Ali Khan.
▪︎ The flag is also flown on Pakistan Day and Independence Day
■ Some protocols that are observed while hoisting the national flag of Pakistan:
▪︎ Must never touch the ground
▪︎ It must be raised at dawn and lowered at dusk
▪︎ Must be tied to the left when hoisted
▪︎ The star and crescent should always towards right while hoisting
▪︎ There should be no marks on it
▪︎ All uniformed personnel are instructed to salute whemever the national flag is raised
▪︎ It must never be set on fire on trampled upon
▪︎ If displayed horizontally, the white bar must always be at the left
▪︎ If displayed vertically, the white bar should always be at the top
▪︎ When flown at night, it must always be illuminated
■ The world records:
▪︎ The largest flag of Pakistan was constructed by Nawab Siraj Raisani, who set a world record for it on August 14 of last year.
▪︎ Mastung to Quetta was the length of Pakistan’s largest flag.
▪︎ At the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore in February 2014, Pakistan also set a new Guinness World Record for the largest human flag.
■ Some other facts:
▪︎ Never should the Pakistani flag be taken down or buried in a grave.
▪︎ Detach the flag and keep it above the grave when burying a Shaheed and lowering a casket with a flag on it.
▪︎ The Pakistani flag is flown at the same level as other nations’ flags at the United Nations.
▪︎ It must be permitted to fly freely and tied from the left side of the mast at all times.
▪︎ The Pakistani flag is held in such high regard and honour that it should never touch or fall to the ground.
Bonding does not mean to bond an individual with an imposition of your beliefs
Bonding does not mean to exterminate the real gist of your partner’s character by emotionally forcing your preferences upon them
Bonding does not mean to compel an individual to darkness of imposed concedence
However, bonding allows the two individuals to bond the capacities of their beings with the acceptance of flawed, dissimilar, and disconnected margins of a character
Two individuals bonded with the genuine commitment of celebrating the less flattering sides of their other half with equal pride and respect are partners in true sense
Two individuals bonded with the passion of growing together as an individual and also as a unit are partners in real means
Two individuals bonded with the lifelong promise of honoring the differences and flaunting the similarities of each other are partners for life.
// Jannat Amjad
Here’s my take on RagRag daily prompt!
Today’s word: Excited
It does not take luxuries and grandeur to make her excited. It’s just the honest text of ‘hi’ that makes her jump out of her bed like a baby rejoicing over a favourite toy.
Hello, lovely WordPress family. I haven’t communicated with you guys in the same way for far too long. I missed everyone of you. Genuinely. I couldn’t devote as much time to WordPress as I used to back then because I was too busy with my bachelor’s, but I still made sure to keep you all informed with my write-ups.
I received numerous responses about my first book, Be Your Own Paradise and Let the World Wonder How You Make it Happen, at this period, and I realised that other authors might be interested in reading it, so I released it on Amazon Kindle.
Here’s the link to my book, https://www.amazon.com/Be-Your-Own-Paradise-Wonder-ebook/dp/B098LDCKJS/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?crid=2BS2ZG7XC5D9C&keywords=be+your+own+paradise+by+jannat+amjad&qid=1656407674&sprefix=be+your+own+paradise+by+jannat+amjad%2Caps%2C256&sr=8-1
I sincerely ask that my WordPress family read my book and leave me an unbiased review. I eagerly await your comments.
Once again, thank you very much.
Jannat Amjad 🕊