What do I enjoy the most in life and why do I enjoy it

“Enjoyment is not a goal, it is a feeling that accompanies important ongoing activity”- I can relate to these words of Paul Goodman very deeply. There are moments in life when deciding on what you enjoy the most can be difficult. The reason is the time that is too short for doing all the things…Read more What do I enjoy the most in life and why do I enjoy it

Partying & Networking at our MBA Class

“The best part of your academic life will be recalling the days that you have spent enjoying with your friends and teachers”- said Dr. Masudur Rahman, our honorable faculty of MBA class who holds a PhD degree from Wales of UK. After having finished all your ’mandatory’ studies, there are some of us who like…Read more Partying & Networking at our MBA Class

Where do you see yourself in the next five years of your life?

"Where do you want to see yourself in 5 years from now" is the question that I have encountered in almost all the interview boards that I have attended yet this one question is the only one that I still could not prepare myself to answer. When I am asked what I would do in…Read more Where do you see yourself in the next five years of your life?

Reblogged from: I really don’t know how to do this…

I just came across this blog post and I really couldn’t help but imagine the distress of this woman. She needs help in terms of fund, I think some prayers would help too. Can we please come up and share her post for others to read? Perhaps we all can’t help, but at least we can make her post reach to the ones who can. May The Almighty bless everyone who attempts to help her raise fund for her husband’s cure. Even if you pray, that would mean a lot!

Time to Vent

This is long, but I need someone to read it. Please.

My husband is sick. Not like, a head cold sick, but like, his heart doesn’t work right, anymore, sick.

He has heart failure with cardiomyopathy. His resting heart rate is around 128. He is 38 years old.

He was diagnosed with CHF in August of 2013 and treated for a year with medications. His condition didn’t improve, but it didn’t worsen. He was still able to work during that time, even though he was tired all the time. (He worked in maintenance at a prison.) After having a heart cath and finding his ejection fraction around 20-25%, his cardiologists suggested surgery to have an ICD put in. After realizing the importance of this in keeping him from having a sudden fatal heart attack, we decided to go ahead with the surgery. The plans were for him to go back…

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Survival of the Fittest

“Isn’t it high time someone got negative about negativity? Yes it is. Look around. The world is full of things that according to nay-sayers, should never have happened. ‘Impossible’ ‘Impractical’ ‘No’ And yet ‘yes’. Yes, continents have been found. Yes, men have played golf on the moon. Yes, straw is being turned into biofuel to…Read more Survival of the Fittest