Who am I?

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5 thoughts on “Who am I?

  1. Then you should get a grip! Read Empires of the Indus by Alice Albinia. All alone she travelled to Pakistan and went exploring up to the source of your amazing River Indus, meeting a variety of wonderful and wayward people on the way, she slipped on a burka and went to the source of the Indus in Afghanistan and then went to Tibet to find its other source.

    Pakistan is rich with history and myth, you are blessed with an ancient country that has fascinated people from every country in the world. Education is not only about what you are taught but what you teach yourself. Sit down and write about your people, maybe you can begin to make other people understand your country better. Good luck


  2. Teenage Romances are over-rated so you’re really not missing out on much! As for traveling, you’ll get to soon enough I’m sure. I’ve been to quite a few places, but I wish I had traveled my home country India first. There is nothing exciting about looking at the rest of the world, when you barely know anything about your home, so you probably have it better on that account. 🙂
    p.s.-Yay for both of us doing completely useless B.A.s in English Lit. lol 🙂


  3. You sound like a pretty normal young school graduate about to hit the “independent” adult years to me. Welcome young friend, to a world we adults led you to believe we understand so you would join us in our adult endeavor to live a true and authentic to ourselves life.


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