That’s how I define myself

Much like Samuel Beckett who while answering the question that why he wrote replied that he was not good in anything else, I too feel that teaching kids is something which I enjoy.

When I’m around kids, I feel I’m more confident. I’ve studied Computer Science but have always taught Maths and English to kids, I’ve MSc in IT and have studied literature, I’m a blogger and an Essay writer.

I still remember the time when I started to write my daily diary. Today, I laugh upon those sentences which clearly depicts my horrible use of grammar.

I still kept it.

Moreover, I enjoy reading it because it clearly manifests the fact that how much my writing has evolved.

I still cherished the moment when I received my first ever comment on my blog. It was simply inspiring. That gives me hope and that aspiration has forced me to express myself.

I am a dreamer who wants to enjoy every second of life Β and thinks that life is all about communication.

So here I am with a firm belief that life is full of rhythms so feel free to express yourself. Because, life is meaningless without the “power of words”.


81 thoughts on “That’s how I define myself

    1. Oh , yes life is all about communication and what’s better then words to communicate ?
      Your kind comment of appreciation makes me smile. Thanks for reading and commenting!


  1. Hello, naturelover. I’m amazed I haven’t had a closer look at your blog before. You write about so many important and interesting issues, as well as participating in flash fiction challenges. I’ll look forward to reading more…

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    1. πŸ™‚
      I tried to share what I love to write. In the beginning I was confused about choosing the topics but this flash fiction challenges are really amazing. It has helped me to discover my inner thoughts πŸ™‚
      Thank you for your kind comment.
      I’m also glad to discover your blog πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you for your kind words of appreciation and many thanks for visiting my blog:)
      I like the way in which you express your love for your family and I’m from your neighboring country Pakistan.

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  2. Glad to have people from same region PAKISTAN! i was surfing here and saw your posts!Its great I followed you..A beginner like me needs encouragement and thus English being my second language makes it hard at times but seeing you paving a long way have give me a ray of hope! πŸ™‚
    much love!xx

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  3. Believe me, i still laugh at my initial pages i scribbled in my diary. They all look funny now. I did write for around 11 years starting from 9th standard. Now i have moved to blogging which is though not exactly the same.

    I hope you will always be inspired to write more and better. Keep writing! πŸ™‚

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  4. Nice to read your page. May I know where are you from, Sis? English is the third for me, lol. I have to improve my English then. I think your English is well, Sis. Truly! πŸ‘πŸ’—

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        1. πŸ™‚
          I’m glad that you have got some good friends here in Pakistan. Urdu is our national language and we communicate in Urdu but our educational system mostly follows English language.

          I’m also happy to have a great friend from Indonesia!

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          1. The educational system in your country is awesome! Yes I have known about Urdu, very little.😊 In Indonesia we use Bahasa Indonesia in the school generally. But, a few schools also use English, Arabic n other languages. Alhamdulillah we met here. Blogging always give beautiful friends n beautiful friendships, masha’Allah. Shukriya! πŸ˜ƒ

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    1. Nature Lover, I love what you have written in your ABOUT page. It is wonderful. For English to not be your first language you write it very well! Yes, I think you are a writer!! ((Hugs!!)) xo
      (I tried to leave you a comment and your theme didn’t allow me to do so. I decided to use a reply on someone’s comment. (Sorry Fatmawaty). I hope you get this. πŸ™‚

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      1. πŸ™‚
        When I started blogging I was actually motivated by the blogs of established bloggers.
        There comments section was a great inspiration for me. In those days I used to think of my own blog with a great number of followers along with an active way of communication:)
        Today, I’m glad to have some great friends around the globe.
        I’m glad that my blog has given me an opportunity to visit this planet virtually:)
        It’s a great fun to have these lovely comments from East to West.

        Thanks PJ for your compliment

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  5. Hi Nature,Thanks for paying me a visit and for the sweet compliments.Lovely of you to share a bit about you , I think its sweet πŸ™‚ And don’t worry,the more you write the more you will get better,the more you read the more you will learn too πŸ˜€


  6. I love that you are a dreamer – I am too! I agree with Silver Threading about English – one of the hardest languages because of its randomness (i.e. when to spell with “f” vs. “ph”). Keep up the good work!

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  7. Hi there, you’ve got yourself a new follower, too. It’s comforting to meet fellow diarist! English is also my second language so I’m still learning and practicing too πŸ™‚

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  8. aww, i’m new on here too! and surprisingly, english is my second language too! haha thank you for visiting my blog today, i loved your about details. *grins*
    happy blogging dude!


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