English 1101 Essay 4 – Comparing Perspective; Room for Debate

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Part 1 – Summary & Rhetorical Analysis Start with the summary section, below I have written three summaries of three different write-ups that I actually picked for the comparing perspective essay 4. Comparing Perspective is generally very helpful and essential to analyse the perspectives. 1.1 Helping rural America catch up: Many countries want to maximize their natural resources and convert them into an economic sources. Rural America needs huge improvement; they need to consider targeting their young people living in rural areas and creating different opportunities for them to ensure…

Flies, Garbage and Polio; What’s next for Pakistan?

flies garbage, and polio challenges being faced by Pakistan

Out of the 195 countries in the world, only three are known to not have countered the poliovirus yet, and Pakistan is one of them. While it may sound mindboggling to find the world’s 23rd largest economy on this list, perhaps the ever-buzzing flies hovering over heaps and piles of garbage, food waste and human feces along the main roads, alleys and ravines of Pakistan’s largest metropolis, Karachi, may be potent enough to justify Pakistan’s inability to counter a virus that has been extinct around the rest of the world…

Sufi Shah Inayat Shaheed – The journey in the search of Murshid

Hazrat Sufi Shah Inayat Shaheed Roza Mubarak Jhok Sharif

Hazrat Sufi Shah Inayatullah Sufi al-Qadri (1656 – 1718 A.D) popularly known as Sufi Shah Inayat Shaheed OR the Shah Inayat of Jhok Sharif belongs to Makhdoom family. He was one of three sons of Makhdoom Fazlullah Shah. Hazrat Sufi Shah Inayat Shaheed was born in 1066 AH in 1656 AD at his ancestors’ hometown in Miran Pur. He began his early education under the supervision of his father, Makhdoom Fazlullah Shah. In the age of fifteen, he became passionate to go for the search of Murshid. In search of…

Hazrat Umar Farooq (RA), Second Caliph of Islam – Biography

Hazrat Umar Farooq RA the second Caliph of Islam

Hazrat Umar Farooq (RA) was born in 584 in Macca city of Saudi Arab. His father’s name was Khattab ibn Nufayl. He was one of the most powerful and influential persons in the Quraish tribe and strictly follower of his ancestors’ religion. He knew martial arts, war tactics, and moreover, he was a trader and a merchant as well. Hazrat Umar was initially an opponent of Islam and was a strong believer of his ancestors’ religion. Historians have narrated one of the famous story fo Hazrat Umar Farooq (RA) that,…

Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai and Shah jo Risalo – A Book Review

Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai and shah jo risalo

Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was born in the House of Shah Habib ( his father) on 18 November 1689 in the village of Hala Haveli, a few miles to the east of the present town of Bhit Shah (named after him). Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was raised during the golden age of Sindhi culture. His first teacher was Akhund Noor Muhammad Bhatti, although he was largely self-educated. Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai was a Sindhi Sufi Scholar, mystic, Saint, and a Poet. Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai…

JAUN ELIA, an Anarchist, a Nihilist and a Poet – A Biography

jaun elia Picture and poetry

Jaun Elia was born on 14 December 1931 and passed away on November 8, 2002. He was born in a family of intellectual persons like Rais Amrohvi, Syed Muhammad Taqi and Shafiq Hasan Elia, he was a unique and wonderful poet that the Urdu language has ever had. He was married to Zahida Hina, She was a column writer. His brother Rais Amrohvi was a journalist and psychoanalyst. His other brother, Syed Muhammad Taqi, was also a journalist person. His father Shafiq Hasan Elia was also a poet and a…

Ranikot Fort, The great wall of Sindh – Tour Guide

Ranikot Fort The great wall of Sindh

Ranikot Fort OR (Rannikot Qilla) is a priceless historical heritage site in Sindh; also known as the great wall of Sindh. Ranikot Fort is a historical Talpur fort located near Sann, District Jamshoro, Sindh, a province of Pakistan. Ranikot Fort is also known as the Great Wall of Sindh. It is because the ‘Fort’ is 32 KM large, and thus the area count in the world’s largest Forts ever made in the history of mankind. The historians and tourists call this priceless heritage of Sindh as the great wall of Sindh, it is because…

Things Fall Apart – One of the Best Novels: Book Review

Things fall apart Novel Book review

Things Fall Apart is about the tragic hero Okonkwo, who does not want to leave his culture and values. It is all about Igbo culture and Umuofia community of Nigeria. The protagonist Okonkwo wins the wrestling by beating Amalinze the Cat and earns honour, fame, respect in his community and becomes a leader. Before that, If we read the earlier life of the hero of the story ‘Things fall apart’, Okonkwo. It’s really a heart-touching. His father Unoka was a lazy person. He often borrowed money from others. So, they…

Child Abuse or paedophilia – A curse in the name of humanity

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Child abuse is a heinous crime which has witnessed 12 cases in the current calendar year in Pakistan. This social deviant approach has found to increase 2 to 3% from the last year in the country. Paedophilia or child abuse is rampant in Pakistan. The infamous incidents which present a very crucial picture of the raping disease that is playing with our society. Government officials and other authoritative personalities have found struggling to address and cope-up this issue which has remained a curse in the name of humanity. Unfortunately, the…

Tolerance and Patience in Islam and literature

Tolerance and patience word art

Tolerance and patience should not be read as signs of weakness. They are the signs of strength (Dalai Lama) When someone is crossing the road from a pedestrian crossing, you are driving and you’re in a hurry. Would you prioritize the pedestrian to cross the road first? Do we need to stop our car for a while? Do we have patience and tolerance at that time? Legally, we/re supposed to stop, but would you do the same? We will come to this question in the last of this write-up. For…