Me :)

Thank you for going through my blog!

We have a natural right to make use of our pens as of our tongue, at our peril, risk and hazard.We can never be sure that the opinion we are endeavoring to stifle is a false opinion; and if we were sure, stifling it would be an evil still!

I’m a student of medicine, studying in the capital of Pakistan, trying to play my part in the grand movement to bring about a positive revolution in my country! I’m not afraid to be called a patriotic or an extremist. For me, my identity is Pakistan!

Feel free to share your opinion!

114 responses to “Me :)

  1. Hey there!

    I noticed you “liked” my latest post. I’ve never had a like before (even though my blog is public I keep it pretty secret) so it surprised me! Just wondering what brought you to it.

    Also, read a few of your entries. Not only uplifting but also thought provoking.

    Thank you!

    Ryan Avery

  2. Then keep going, life is living and being, just like you are living. It is fulfillment and happiness. Passion and curiosity are powerful when combined with being in the moment.

    We can only be here without desire and try as hard as possible. The results do not belong to mus but the exhilaration does.

    keep on trucking!!!

  3. “trying to play my part in the grand movement to bring about a positive revolution in my country”. I used to be hardly any different at your age.

    I wish your passion takes you to the skies.

  4. Thank you for liking my post. Your blog is wonderful! Keep up the great work. I especially loved the post about the spider.

  5. Love your blog! Be the change you want to see in the world – that’s my motto – and it seems you are living the same. Best wishes with all of your efforts!

  6. Hi there! My name is Pam, and I found you through the Crazy Chics Club! Nice to “meet” you! I thought I would stop by and say hello (I’m a little behind on reaching out to new members, SO sorry).

    Love what I’ve seen on your blog so far, so I’ve subscribed. Us Crazy Chicks have got to stick together! Can’t wait to read more. Xoxo Pam

  7. Hi Rooha. Many thanks for liking my blog, which is not, in the least, uplifting or thought-provoking as your own! I am delighted you found me and led me here. You write beautifully and I think you may help me to recapture my passion for being a someone who does something.

    Best regards,
    Mik

  8. Hi Rooha,

    Thank you very much for visiting my blog and for deciding to follow it. It’s great to have another blogger friend from Pakistan! :-)

    I hope I don’t disappoint you. I hope your visits in my blog have been and will always be a joyful ride.

    Thank you again and have a lovely day! :-)

    Subhan Zein

  9. Very good to meet you! I look forward to reading all of your post and will follow you! Thank you so much for reading mine and following me.
    Isn’t it great that you and I can communicate from half way around the world? Amazing!

    • Thank you :)

      yes, it is indeed one of the best things about technology that you can connect with people all around the world. Geographical barriers don’t matter much anymore :)

  10. Thought I’d stop by to thank you for visiting my blog and liking some of my posts. I truly appreciate that you took the time to visit and read. Love your post about what you’d teach your children–I’m a non-fan of sparkling vampires as well. :)

    Have a funtabulous day! Kate

  11. Hi Rooha,

    I just noticed you like my latest post! My blog has been up and running publicly for a few months but only my friends have read or followed until now! Thanks very much. I feel very flattered. Just took a quick glimpse of your blog, which I found pretty interesting. Will definitely read more and follow. Where are you based if not Pakistan, if you don’t mind me asking? Take care xx

  12. I read you article! I was amazed! The article was beautiful! You have carried it so beautifully that i think anyone who reads will definitely feel the pain of the women who have been targeted for this! :)

    @A round of applause for Miss Roha Tariq! Keep it up! :)

    #@

  13. I visited your country many years ago… From Karachi to Islamabad to Rawalpindi… up to Gilgit!
    I guess now is a lot more difficult for a woman (western) to travel… Keep up your trive, freedom and serenity is just around the corner!
    :-)claudine

  14. Hello Mr. Naveed,
    Hello Sir,

    I am Hassam, chief editor of Y buzz Magazine. We are currently looking for bloggers for our online magazine and I would really like to work with you. We will offer your blog address with your introduction alongside with every article you write. We currently have more than 600 views daily. I am looking forward to your response so that we can work on the details. We are currently hiring

    Regards

    Hassam
    hassam.shahab@khi.iba.edu.pk
    Chief Editor Y Buzz Magazine

    http://www.ybuzzmag.com

  15. Hello Sir,

    I am Hassam, chief editor of Y buzz Magazine. We are currently looking for bloggers for our online magazine and I would really like to work with you. We will offer your blog address with your introduction alongside with every article you write. We currently have more than 600 views daily. I am looking forward to your response so that we can work on the details. We are currently hiring

    Regards

    Hassam
    hassam.shahab@khi.iba.edu.pk
    Chief Editor Y Buzz Magazine

    http://www.ybuzzmag.com

  16. Thanks for the follow over on my blog Rooha. It is nice to meet you here on WordPress. I see I have quite a bit of reading to catch up on here on your blog!

  17. “We have a natural right to make use of our pens as of our tongue, at our peril, risk and hazard” … I never heard a truer word. I, incidentally, am also an A Levels student, and a Pakistani. I just made a quick browse-through of your blog, and it is pretty nice. This little section of cyber-space, at least, is living up to its fullest. Good luck and God bless.

  18. Hi Rooha, Thanks for following my 2 pence blog. I am glad to know you introduce yourself as a A level student but your writings speak of someone far more mature. I was teaching A levels in the 80’s in Karachi Grammar and know first hand the kind of stuff these A levels students are. Keep writing and I am sure you will shine more. Thanks
    Shakil
    p.s.Hope and determination that you propagate for our dear Pakistan is commendable especially these days. cheers.

  19. Hi Rooha,
    Great to find another extremist and optimistic person from Pakistan like me..! Happy to see your blog as well as belonging to Loving country Pakistan..!
    “Always fight for Right”
    Cheers
    Tahir

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