It is human instinct to learn something good or bad as per his own interest and environment, but if you have a strong curiosity that always pushes you to learn and experience something new and different, you then rarely pay attention to Rules and Regulations or any instructions. Sometimes in learning you may go beyond the limit knowing its consequences. At the end, you just learn from experience “I’ll never do it again!” which you may learn from others’ experience without endangering y
In connection of my previous blog , I would like to share you one of my life success in the aftermath of positivity at the crucial stage of the match. I even can’t recall every moment in the match to my memory, but last two over which means 12 deliveries and we require 40 run. I was playing as guest player on the request of my friend. My job was just to bowl. We lost 5th wickets. Before, losing the 6th wicket, the team lost the hope to win the match as they believed there was no regular
When you read the biography of successful people, be it educationalists, bureaucrats, politicians, scientists etc, you may find many stories of their unresting exertion with consistency despite experiencing ups and downs on the way to their destination or achievement of their dreams. The constant adherence to the dream plan and strategy is the result of being optimist even when others are hoping against the hope. Whereas, pessimism leads the dreamer to abandonment of the endeavor and ma
When you are keen observant and extract pearls from your experience for your life and that of others through observation, you are not included in the list of lessors. You transect your business with your own life, give and take. What pearls for life I figured out from cricket are mentioned below:-
In cricket, there are two teams battling for domination, but the real battle is staged between a bowler and a batsman on the pitch. The fielders on the ground are the supportive member
I started cricket at the age of twelve and was first time selected for School Cricket Team at the age of thirteen as a left-arm orthodox spin bolwer. My first coach was a school teacher who was also the president of forty clubs and an old friend of former cricketer of Pakistan Cricket team, Sir Hanif Muhammad . My coach asked me to play for his club named PIB (Pir Ilahi Bukhsh) sport and PIB Talent. I played a dozen of time against other clubs, but it was first time I was playing agais
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