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  • Take me to fairytales universe
  • Take me to fairytales universe
  •  34  6 15 January, 2019

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  • Basically a camera taking a photo of a camera 📸 😄
  • Basically a camera taking a photo of a camera 📸 😄
  •  288  11 14 January, 2019

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  • I started my new job today, and I’m very excited for this transition. I have resumed my work but now in the Arizona cannabis industry and it’s gonna be geeewd.
    Ft. @fer.photoz
  • I started my new job today, and I’m very excited for this transition. I have resumed my work but now in the Arizona cannabis industry and it’s gonna be geeewd. 
Ft. @fer.photoz
  •  112  6 14 January, 2019

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  • Like every other individual, I've always been unsure and uncertain about what the future has in store for me.
    . 'You won't get anywhere if you don't study' ;
    . 'If you can't get good grades, you should stop wasting our money and go learn some skill and work at a workshop(as a so-so mechanic)' ;
    . 'You never listened when we told you to. See how you messed up? Why don't you understand something as simple as this? No education, no future!' ;
    . 'Nobody will hire you if you don't get into a good enough University (Preferably LUMS)' ;
    . 'If you don't get a good enough CGPA, you aren't going to earn good' ;
    . 'The job market is in unbelievable crisis. With so much competition nowadays, you won't be competent enough to apply and land a job' ;
    . 'Nobody will marry you if you aren't qualified enough and earn such less money' ;
    . 'Look at the Niazi's son... My God, we can't even look them in the eyes while exchanging thoughts on your yearly result' ; .
    'When will you make us proud?' ;
    . 'This is what you want to be, after all we've done for you?' Alright so, these are just a few of the very commonly observed sentences that if not all of us, definitely most of us have heard our parents or siblings say in reference to our academic and professional lives. The pressure mounts as the clock ticks. It contributes a surreal amount to the hatred we develop towards life, especially during high school; where the competition excels.
    We are told all these lies so often, we start to believe them like verses from God Himself.
    I for one, remember almost everything anyone ever said to me while either directly or indirectly insisting I was/am a failure. I can recall the various fingers pointed at me, those heart breaking sentences as if they're engraved on my brain.
    These things eventually become a part of us and are immensely difficult to get rid of.
    What I've realised very recently, and probably a little late in my life is that almost everyone goes through this. The fact I find funniest is that we get opportunities we never thought we would (after all we've heard all this time) and all of us, if wise enough, build great career paths for ourselves sooner or later.
  • Like every other individual, I've always been unsure and uncertain about what the future has in store for me.
. 'You won't get anywhere if you don't study' ;
. 'If you can't get good grades, you should stop wasting our money and go learn some skill and work at a workshop(as a so-so mechanic)' ;
. 'You never listened when we told you to. See how you messed up? Why don't you understand something as simple as this? No education, no future!' ;
. 'Nobody will hire you if you don't get into a good enough University (Preferably LUMS)' ;
. 'If you don't get a good enough CGPA, you aren't going to earn good' ;
. 'The job market is in unbelievable crisis. With so much competition nowadays, you won't be competent enough to apply and land a job' ;
. 'Nobody will marry you if you aren't qualified enough and earn such less money' ;
. 'Look at the Niazi's son... My God, we can't even look them in the eyes while exchanging thoughts on your yearly result' ; .
'When will you make us proud?' ;
. 'This is what you want to be, after all we've done for you?' Alright so, these are just a few of the very commonly observed sentences that if not all of us, definitely most of us have heard our parents or siblings say in reference to our academic and professional lives. The pressure mounts as the clock ticks. It contributes a surreal amount to the hatred we develop towards life, especially during high school; where the competition excels.
We are told all these lies so often, we start to believe them like verses from God Himself.
I for one, remember almost everything anyone ever said to me while either directly or indirectly insisting I was/am a failure. I can recall the various fingers pointed at me, those heart breaking sentences as if they're engraved on my brain. 
These things eventually become a part of us and are immensely difficult to get rid of. 
What I've realised very recently, and probably a little late in my life is that almost everyone goes through this. The fact I find funniest is that we get opportunities we never thought we would (after all we've heard all this time) and all of us, if wise enough, build great career paths for ourselves sooner or later.
  •  100  7 14 January, 2019