the leader of my foot steps, and the slave of God.
My past is my lesson, and I am my own teacher.
The present is my experience, and I am at my own risk.
The future is my mystery, and I am embarking on my own journey.
I erase questions rather than looking for answers.
I don’t usually balance the weights I carry wisely.
I’ve been a wreck, and I’ve survived it.
I’ve seen fear therefore I appreciate silent peace.
Sadness is no foreign concept, and that’s what makes laughter my get away..
My happiness, I hold on to what I believe in.
My faith is stronger than anything I possess.
I may be locked sometimes, but my imagination never fails to set me free.
I am many things for people only for care and peace,
I am myself. I am me.
Muhammad Naeem ul Fateh, PhD
Our existence is driven by Two major paradigms:
Renewal and Preservation:
While the world Advances from the past Into the future as we travel Individuals from the past Into the future …
this is our tragedy.
I am not creating the center to transform work into lelics from the past or to create for memories.
The Centre thrives on the innovation and creativity of the future, focusing on science, computers and creative arts in years to come for our generations.
A strong business sector is vitally important to this country. But so is a strong government.
I hope that will change. Perhaps we can express a bit more skepticism the next time someone tells us, breathlessly, that the “boundaries are blurring” or are increasingly “unimportant.”
Partner, KJ, is a caring person and assisting to treat psycho patients, I fear sometime she can become psycho, she often reminds me that, in human relationships. This seems to me to be equally true when considering how to strike the right kind of dynamic with your neighbor who stops by frequently without calling first and when considering how our sectors work together.
Utilizing talent and how to become Ubiquitous?
It was 8 a.m. on a Friday 2nd of September 2011, and I stumbled into my local coffee shop. My Laptop and my new present a I PAD from Oxford in tow and shaking off jet lag I steeled myself for the onslaught: replying to the hundreds of emails that had built up while I’d been away on hilly area for surveying the area of rural Islamabad and neighborhood.
The trip had been incredible — the best of Green mountains — but I returned feeling guilty and slightly panicked. What had I missed? What moves were competitors making in my absence? And that’s when I spotted Mimi, one of the most connected players in town (Islamabad). She (50 years old) smiled and walked over to my table. “How’s it going?” she said. “You’re everywhere.”
In that moment, I realized you don’t have to be present in order to be ubiquitous.