Facebook makes you waste a lot of your time, right? But it also gives you ideas, motivation, inspiration just when you need them the most. Yes, it does sadden you when you are already enough vulnerable but let’s focus on positivity for the sake of this post, shall we?
One of my Facebook friends shared a meme which reminded me of a post I was supposed to write back in February.
The image above shows a public mindset that’s prevalent in the society of Pakistan – I cannot be sure about other developing countries; it is though quite sought-after for a Pakistani youngster to yearn for a government job while having condescending views about the Read the rest of this entry
List compiled for the The Alternative, India.
1. Name: Advanced English & Thesaurus – Android 2.0+
Age: High school students, teachers
Rated: 4.3 out of 5
A dictionary with some innovative approach: organized with nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs grouped into set of cognitive synonyms, interlinked by means of conceptual-semantic and lexical relations.
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I got so crazy after reading this post that I commented there like I was writing a complete post, BLAH me!
The craze is due to the never-dying attachment with dedicated teachers. They are more strict, may feel comparatively distant with of course no typical motherly love but then they are the people who actually build up your life. They are the people who teach you the art of looking behind the veil (OMG this burqaa came up – so much of news, eh France needs these teachers, may be).
Reblogging Nabiha Meher’s post is just a way to say a loud THANKS to all the awesome teachers living on this mother Earth. Earthizens Read the rest of this entry