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  1. Gully Boy 2019 Latest Indian Movie Gully Boy 2019 Hindi Movie PreDVD 480p 400MB IMDB: 8.1/10 || Size: 406MB || Language: Hindi(Clean Audio) Genre: Drama, Music Quality: 480p PreDVD New Content added Less than in a minutes & merged.
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    Honest Review: Gully Boy

    Zain & Shantanu just had to review Gully Boy this week. Is the movie worth your money? This is the only review you need to watch to figure it out.
  3. The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in India, which was passed in 2016, has come under grave scrutiny and protests in the North-East, especially in Assam and Meghalaya. The bill claims to be 'politically motivated' in these regions and has been termed 'anti-Assam' by BJP ally Asom Gana Parishad and has also been cruised by other regional parties. (c)Twitter The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 was formulated by the government in order to change the deification of illegal immigrants in the country. The bill, which was introduced in the Lok Sabha in July 2016, seeks to amend the citizenship act of 1955, to provide citizenship to illegal immigrants from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, who're either Hindu, Sikhs, Christians, Jains, Buddhists or Parsis. The bill also aims to reduce the amount of time for staying in India to become a citizen in the first place. So, instead of 11 years, a minimum of 6 years of staying in the country would be required, if the bill is passed. (c)Twitter Following the new amendment made to the bill, Assam and Meghalaya reacted to it in a grim manner saying the move would make Assam a dumping ground for all Bangladeshi Hindus. The BJP coalition partner have threatened to cut ties with the party if the bill is passed as the locals believe it will affect the cultural identity and linguistics of the indigenous people of the state. Assam since then has been on protest on the passing of the bill as they believe the long standing concern over the issues of refugees is not going to be put to rest if the bill is in action. (c)Twitter The younger folks in the states have been very upfront about the government's agenda and have questioned it time and again. The ferociousness of their honesty is met with little or no answers so far. A few days ago a young 19-year-old boy Rahul Rajkhowa took to YouTube and posted a rap protesting the bill. The rapper adds, that while the government cannot even help rescue 15 miners stuck in an illegal coal mine, they're hell-bent on helping people from foreign countries based on their religion. The rap ends with the line "...and your agenda for progress is fake" and leaves us gutted with what young people from the North-Eastern states feel at the arms of apathy and agenda pushing. Watch the video here: (c)Twitter While the protests still continue against the BJP-led government in Assam over this bill, with All Assam Student Union (AASU) waving their black flags at the CM Sarbananda Sonwal, we're not sure what the end result might be. We just hope the government realises the fallacies and problematic situations that may arise with the bill in action and take a relevant step towards ensuring uniformity and peace in the region, instead.
  4. We've already heard a few stories about banning the insanely popular game PUBG. Last week, the Gujarat government forwarded a circular banning the game from educational institutions. The state's primary education department had issued a circular that directed primary schools to ensure that a ban has been implemented on PUBG. Now, 11-year-old Ahad has written to the Maharashtra Government to ban the game. In the letter, he said, "it promotes immoral conduct such as violence, murder, aggression, looting, gaming addiction and cyberbullying". The boy further wrote in the letter, "I will be compelled to seek appropriate legal [civil and criminal] proceeding as per law; naturally at your cost and consequences" if the game is not banned." The letter was sent to seven ministers, including Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Ravi Shankar Prasad (Ministry of Electronics and IT), and Vinod Tawde (Maharashtra Education Minister). When Ahad didn't receive a response from the public officials, he then decided to file a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Bombay High Court. © YouTube The Jammu and Kashmir Students Association has also asked the Governor of the state to ban the game immediately due to poor board exam results. PUBG Mobile has been very popular since launch and people are literally hooked onto it. There have also been cases when people got addicted to the game and turned to physical self-harm. We must keep in mind that these games are built for entertainment and not supposed to be taken so seriously. A recent report by the Quartz states that a PUBG fan spends more than 8 hours in a week on an average on the game. © YouTube More than 120 cases of PUBG addiction were registered at Services for Healthy Use of Technology (SHUT) clinic in National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS). Signs of addiction include deprivation of sleep, loss of real-life interests, drop in lecture attendance, and poor academic performances. While the game is fun to play, a major reason for the fan following is the fad around it. One reason why many Indians are playing the game is that “everyone's talking about it.” Source: India Today
  5. Looking back in time, I had always wanted to become a cricketer and my entire childhood was spent on the pitch. Then came the shock for me, as just like many talented young players, I could not clear the national trials and sadly had to put the bat down. My parents and teachers asked me to focus on the dreaded board exams. Back then I was extremely skinny. So skinny that my ribs were visible to the naked eye! People assumed that just because I was skinny, I was weak, which resulted in me getting bullied. This got to my head at times and I wanted to hit back but since I was way too skinny, they would often overpower me. This constant body shaming was bringing down my morale and confidence. Then I thought that if I would gain some weight, people will stop picking on me and I could stand up for myself. I joined a gym solely for this purpose. When I went in, I couldn't even lift a 2.5 kg dumbbell and even bodyweight exercises would hurt me. I was yet again bullied at the gym. I got frustrated within a week with all the bullying at the gym and decided to quit. Later that night, I saw Yash Anand's body transformation on YouTube. He was skinny just like me. Actually, even skinnier! But with consistency and hard work he built a great physique. This motivated me to forget about my bullies and just focus on my goal. Since that day there has been no turning back. Week by week, I overcame my weaknesses and got stronger. I learned from different Indian YouTubers and made my diet that fitted my lifestyle and budget. Training I usually follow two muscle groups a day routine and split it up into push-pull. Compound movements still are the core of my training. Progressive overload plays another big factor in muscle growth that I have always kept in mind. Eating I counted the calories that I needed in order to put on muscle mass and that was about it. I cook all my meals and keep a check on how much I am consuming and what all I am eating throughout the day. My ultimate goal is to build a physique like Hrithik Roshan, and I believe that in the last 2 years I have made some progress towards my goal. And I will continue to better myself each day.
  6. Growing up, we couldn't get through few days at a time without being reminded of and getting told how poorly we are faring in every aspect when compared to “pados wale Sharmaji ka beta”. The many merits and achievements of this X, Y or Z Sharma guy didn't help to make things better for us any way. Instead, all the discussions involving the guy somehow always managed to lead the entire household into a dismal, dark place. What did we ever get out of these stories about Sharmaji ka beta anyway? So you know what, to hell with Sharmaji and his overachiever beta. Why? Because there are better and more pertinent stories to be told. There are other achievers who have really broken the set paths, to chart their own destiny. These are the stories that we ought to pay heed to, share with the young and old, but most of all, get inspired by and strive for. View this post on Instagram Connected ð A post shared by Ishan Goel (@ishansgoel) on Jan 29, 2018 at 1:16am PST Such is the tale of 19-year-old Ishan Goel who turned around, and did something unexpected and unheard of. When an egg broke the internet earlier this month, completely smashing Kylie Jenner's hold on having the world record of “most liked picture on Instagram” with its very own 50 million+ likes on Instagram, we are sure nobody saw that virality coming. With almost 3 times the number of likes on Kylie Jenner's picture, Ishan's clever move paid off, with a very simple call to action - “like this picture of an egg to beat Kylie's record”. And boy, did word spread like wildfire? People from all over the world came together to topple Kylie's record, and the rest is history. View this post on Instagram Let's set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this ð #LikeTheEgg #EggSoldiers #EggGang A post shared by EGG GANG ð (@world_record_egg) on Jan 4, 2019 at 9:05am PST Now, when most of us heard about the “world_record_egg” we thought this was yet another senseless social media challenge people are giving in to. But little did we know that for Massachusetts based 19-year-old Ishan Goel, this was his life-changing moment. Often hailed as a marketing guru, Egg Gang (https://www.instagram.com/world_record_egg/ ) was Ishan's brainchild. Turns out this avid marketing genius had laid out a full-fledged plan to break Kylie's record even before he set up the Egg Gang record. He went all out preparing for his final attack, which involved reaching out to his network of celebs, influencers and friends to like the page, as well as pushing the challenge out on Reddit! View this post on Instagram stormi webster ð¼ð½ A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Feb 6, 2018 at 1:14pm PST Ishan explained his strategy in detail in an interview: “There are two core reasons that this post took off. The first is that the internet fell in love with the idea of using a crowdsourced approach to be able to have a touchpoint to a celebrity that could potentially influence that celebrity's actions or, at the very least, garner a response from them. The second is that the internet quickly began to see it as a challenge, which inspired people to invest their time and energy into helping drive the post into a frenzy.” But in case you thought this was Ishan's first brush with viral digital marketing, you are highly mistaken. Teenage proved that Ishan Goel was no less than a child prodigy, when he managed to raise highest donations for his school's American Heart Association program, as a 13-year-old. That's not all, Ishan successfully established his own marketing firm at the age of 14, and by the time he turned 15, Ishan was already working with American business mogul and investor, Mark Cuban! View this post on Instagram 15 years old. That's how old I was when I decided to walk up to @mcuban and pitch myself. Fast forward to today, I've managed to work on numerous projects with him and his team and it's been an amazing privilege. Age shouldn't stop you from doing anything you want. A post shared by Ishan Goel (@ishansgoel) on Jan 19, 2018 at 3:22pm PST Talking about the huge success that his personal egg challenge turned out to be, he told FEMAIL in an interview that, “The idea that an inanimate object can connect so many people is a testament to the fact that people love to root for the underdog”. Ishan is hopeful that his unusual story will inspire other youngsters around the world to break free set societal fates, and push their luck so that they can seize every chance they get to launch their careers early, and have an edge over everyone else. As for those of you wondering how Kylie took this defeat, she broke an egg on the street and shared it on Instagram to convey her disappointment. View this post on Instagram Take that little egg A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jan 13, 2019 at 6:04pm PST
  7. Famous for its beautiful mountainous landscapes and holy shrines, the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) has truly lived up to its tag of 'paradise on earth'. If the natural beauty enticed the visitors, the artistry of local artisans further allowed the J&K handicrafts industry to make a name across the globe for their exquisite designs and craftsmanship. But, the Indian state that was once labelled as the 'Valley Of Paradise' has undeniably become the 'Valley Of Death'. Today, this strife-torn state is only famous for the bleak stories of violence, lethal attacks, militant insurgency and never-ending protests. The education system has degraded to the extent of almost being non-existent. The infrastructure is still a work in progress. The supplies are limited. And, to top it all, the presence of Indian military forces has led to restricted movements of the locals in their very own state. While the situation is not yet ideal in the region, the youth in J&K have found solace in sports in a bid to escape all that has affected them and their families over the years. We've seen the likes of Parvez Rasool making a name for himself in cricket, and, more recently, the spirited Real Kashmir football team proving their mettle in the ever-competitive I-League. Now, the beautiful state of J&K has given India another sporting gem in the form of Saqlain Tariq. © Pro Volleyball League Born in Poonch - one of the most remote districts of J&K, bounded by Line of Control (LoC) on three sides, Tariq has spent a major part of his life hiding from insurgency and consistent shelling which often resulted in the loss of life and property. Evacuating his house, taking shelter in makeshift places and haunted by the fact that any moment could be his last; Saqlain faced it all. While the youngsters of his age would ideally find themselves cribbing over gadgets and other material gains, Saqlain was just happy to be alive. In a place where breathing was no less than a luxury, Saqlain knew that there wasn't much he could do. His education took a toll, getting a job was always going to be difficult and the future looked bleak. But, just when all hope seemed lost, the 21-year-old found a ray of hope in volleyball - a sport that gave him an identity and made him feel that he mattered. Picking up the sport at the age of six, Saqlain's journey in volleyball was greatly influenced by his family's support and enthusiasm for the game. "I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for my family. They've supported me in the thick and thin of life. All my achievements in volleyball is an outcome of their beliefs in me," emotions get the better of Saqlain as he credits his family. "Since I could remember, my father was running a local volleyball club in Poonch. He used to take me to the practice sessions when I was a kid. Over the years, I developed a liking towards the sport. But then, there were some problems. It wasn't that easy," the 21-year-old reveals before getting comfortable in the couch. © Pro Volleyball League Saqlain's mother, just like our own, was overwhelmed by the fear of losing him every time he went out to practice. "She (mother) was really concerned about my well-being. Given our state of affairs, she was probably right in her own domain to fear for my life. After all, she had lost her loved ones and seen too much in her life. But, this is where my dad stood out and ensured nothing was going to affect my growth as a volleyball player," he adds further. Honing his skills and improving his game at his father's facility, Saqlain's talent was just too hard to go unnoticed. And, this when his father Mohammad Tariq Khan, a state-level volleyball player himself, took a call that would eventually change the life of his son. "My father couldn't make the cut for the national team. And, he knew, if I stayed here (J&K), my fate will be the same. I would have faced survival issues and, maybe, I would have become a stone pelter. So, against the liking of my mother and other family members, he sent me to Khanna (near Ludhiana) for studies," Saqlain recalls with a smile on his face. But, for a youngster who shares a close bond with his parents and never left his home earlier, staying away from family wasn't easy for Saqlain. "I was there (in Khanna) for a few months before the homesickness crept in. For the first time in my life, I was on my own, dealing with day-to-day problems by myself. It took a toll on me. And, as a result, I told my father that I want to return home," the 6-feet-3-inches tall player reveals. "My father spoke to the warden to grant me a few days leave and I returned home. I was happy that I was finally going to see my family and all. But, my father wasn't happy with my decision. When I reached home, my father didn't speak me to me once. And, after a day or so, I realised why. Realising the sacrifices of my parents and the dreams they had for me, I was left with no option, but to return to Khanna. And, the moment I told my father about my decision, he was elated," Saqlain talks about the learning curve that went on to play a pivotal role in his journey as a volleyball player. © Pro Volleyball League Since that day, there was no turning back for this youngster. He played his first nationals for J&K when he was in the eighth standard and rose through the ranks on the back of an improved showing in the domestic circuit. Soon, he found his way into the national team. Named as the captain of the Indian team, Saqlain had his international outing at the Asian Championship in Sri Lanka in 2014 when he was just 17. Thriving in the position of a setter, Saqlain also went on to represent India at the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) Games where he played a crucial role in his side's bronze-medal finish last year. "When I went abroad to participate in the international tournaments, I was kind of shocked to see the level of competition there. Countries like China, Japan and South Korea have dominated the sport in Asia. But, the fact that Iran surprised everyone with a gold medal in men's volleyball at the 2018 Asiad shows that it's all about improving. It was something that we (Indian players) can learn from. That's why I always cherish international exposure," Saqlain makes a valid point. On the back of hard work and perseverance, Saqlain, then, managed to convince U Mumba Volley to shell out a whopping Rs 1.1 lakh for his services in the upcoming edition of the Pro Volleyball League (PVL). An initiative of Baseline Ventures and Volleyball Federation Of India, the first edition of the PVL is set to begin on 2nd February with Kochi Blue Spikers taking on U Mumba Volley in the first match. The league will see six teams fighting for the title which will be lifted by the winner on 22nd February in the final in Chennai. "I have waited for a long time to get an opportunity like the Pro Volleyball League. I want to thank the Volleyball Federation of India to bring such a league to the fore. It is going to be very beneficial for players like me. Since it also involves foreign players, the league will help us in improving our game by learning new things from them. It's a great platform for the Indian players to prove their mettle and popularise the game in the country," Saqlain lauds the advent of Pro Volleyball League. © Pro Volleyball League As a 21-year-old, Saqlain's love for Punjabi songs and, more particularly, for Bohemia might make him just another youngster, but when asked about his message for the youth in the Valley, Saqlain answered with maturity. "Sports are the need of the hour for the Kashmiri youth. I have so many youngsters calling me up and seeking guidance. And, I always encourage them to brave all odds and maintain their self-belief. Our state has so much talent across sports, but the lack of facilities and training centres hasn't helped their cause. I would really urge the concerned authorities to take notice of the talent from the Valley and nurture them with a prospect of making the country proud," Saqlain signs off. Coming from a region where people have a hard time focussing on their lives, Saqlain didn't just survive, but he concentrated on the very thing that acted as an escape route from all the hardships - his love for volleyball. From living in fear to becoming the first spiker from his state to represent India in any age group, Saqlain, at a tender age, has become a beacon of hope and is the perfect embodiment of success derived against all odds, on the back of persistent hard work.
  8. “Ye Wasseypur hai, yahan kabootar bhi ek pankh se udta hai, aur dusre se apni ijjat bachata hai.” A true blue Pankaj Tripathi fan would be able to tell exactly where, when and who said this. If you happen to be one of them, we deem you as one too - a Pankaj Tripathi fan. One, who may or may not have seen and appreciated this method artist's talents before 'Gangs of Wasseypur' became a stellar, commercial success, and Pankaj received the praise and recognition that he had duly earned. Today, 'Mirzapur' is touching new heights riding on his shoulders. Viewers have been left in awe of Kaleen Bhaiya, who instills terror in people's hearts by simply sitting on his chair, hardly saying much. But that is one of Pankaj's idiosyncrasies which seems to have done wonders for him - his ability to go beyond the written character and adding his personal touches to them, making each of Pankaj's performances brilliant. © Instagram But Pankaj Tripathi's journey to such critical acclaims and the popularity that followed comes sprinkled with many highs and lows. That makes his story worthy to be told - yet remains one that hasn't been shared enough. When Pankaj started out, his means were limited, but his dreams soared sky-high. Very early on in his life, he had set his heart on doing things differently. Of leading a life on his own terms, and not giving in to expectations written in stone. A native of a small village in Bihar, called Belsand, Pankaj grew up in a place that is beginning to reap the goodness of civilisation just now. He spent his initial years enjoying the simple pleasures of life. Born into a farmer's family, his early years were spent in the lap of nature. Pankaj appreciated the plain joys that life had to offer, such as swimming in the pond behind his house or running through the fields with his mates. © Instagram Given such a humble start to his life, we suppose you are wondering how the bug to act bit him? Well, by his own admission, Pankaj used to act in local plays in his village where he would portray the role of girls. The audience would love his performances, which eventually prompted Pankaj to take up acting. When Pankaj moved to Patna for his higher studies, he came across the charm of theatre, and would soon cycle the length and breadth of the state to attend as many stage plays as he could between 1994 and 1995. Finally in 1996, he started doing theatre, along with a night job in a hotel. That went on for two years, before he decided to get serious acting lessons. © Instagram Coming from a family of limited means meant that he would have to look for a place that could teach him for free. He learnt that National School of Drama in Delhi was one such place, but their admission requirement calls for a graduation degree. That's how the then 12th pass Pankaj got himself enrolled in a BA degree in Hindi literature. Post graduating, he found himself in NSD and graduated from the acting school in 2004. On October 16th he found himself in the city of dreams Mumbai, with his life-savings of Rs 45,000. But as life would have it, by December 25th, he had only Rs. 10 left in his pocket. Life was hard, and challenges crept up at every turn. But Pankaj was not the one to give up. © Instagram He kept auditioning, kept facing rejections for over a decade, kept honing his skills with every project he landed and ended up bagging a few small roles here and there. But eventually his time came with gangster-drama 'Gangs of Wasseypur' in 2012, for which Pankaj received a lot of critical appreciation from the audience and critics alike. He had finally made it. His credibility spiked through the roof and bigger projects kept knocking at his door incessantly. What followed next was 'Fukrey' (2013), 'Masaan' (2015), 'Nil Battey Sannata' (2016), 'Bareilly Ki Barfi' (2017), 'Newton' (2017), 'Fukrey Returns' (2017) and 'Stree'(2018). © Instagram But that is not all, Pankaj went on to earn a National Film Award – Special Mention for his performance in 'Newton'! Today, he has played a lead in 'Gurgaon' and also has multiple projects such as 'Kaagaz', 'Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai', and 'Luka Chhupi' in the pipeline, besides various other projects. Pankaj follows a simple philosophy in his life, “yaadgaar to mai apne kaam se hounga”. That is what this fine actors eats and breaths - a wish to entertain his audience, who go back home with a smile on their faces at the end of the day. His charming personality, his connection to his roots and the pride with which he wears it, makes him so much more relatable and lovable. © Instagram Yes, I say lovable because you cannot look past this man's standing wit and humour. His passion for acting and entertaining his audience is palpable, and he manages to take you with him to places, you didn't imagine was possible to visit sitting on the other side of the screen. He appreciates the art of movie making, something he hails as an organic process, wherein hundreds of people put in their heart and soul to rear a piece into existence. His honesty, hard work and sincerity have finally found a home in people's heart, who simply cannot get enough of this man!
  9. If I look back, it was during my boarding school days when fitness first happened to me. Thanks to the ethos of the school, we were equally pressed to be physically fit as we were to be good at academics. From doing push-ups, pull-ups, sprints to yoga, I almost started learning everything about fitness right from my boarding school days. Days Of Being Skinny Though I loved being an outdoorsman, I was still pretty skinny. The craze of building a good physique started when I was in 10th standard, as I used to do pull-ups every day on an old iron bar running across our dormitory. This was followed by 50-100 push-ups. After doing this for months on end, I noticed an impressive difference in my biceps, chest and the back. I was hooked! Since the food served at the hostel kitchen massively lacked protein, I was still skinny and stuck at 45 kilos. The Bullying Motivated Me! Since I was a skinny little fellow, my classmates made it sure to take my case. I was called names, picked up and thrown around and pushed around throughout the day. On the face of it, I acted cool. Deep inside, this bullying added the fuel to my fire to getting jacked. Hostel Food Growing up in a hostel, food was a major issue. I needed more food to put on weight but never actually got enough. Luckily though, by the time I entered 12th standard, I had managed to put on 5 kilos of weight and graduated proudly out of school. Stepping Into A Real Gym I got admission in Bangalore for my higher studies and it was there where I first saw a real gym. The bodybuilders there astonished me and I was hooked onto the dream. I immediately took the membership and started working out the very next day. The Nutrition Confusion So, now I had access to machines, but what I didn't have was the knowledge about the right nutrition. I kept eating whatever I got and performed exercises with poor form. Back in the day, there was no YouTube or Facebook to look at and learn things, so I did what I could pick up from the bigger guys in the gym. Despite going to the gym everyday, I saw no legitimate results. The bigger guys suggested me to get on steroids and tutored me to believe that only steroids can get me bigger. Luckily, I didn't go ahead as I was aware of the adverse effects of anabolics. Then I joined a group on FB that promoted the keto diet like a religion. I gave the diet a try and was left in a miserable condition. I lost fat and along with that whatever little lean muscle I had. Soon after, I stopped doing that and also stopped following the group. Reading The Right Things I then joined a really credible FB group and started reading nutrition research papers, instead of following 'bro-science' experts. Whatever good info I came about, I applied that in my training and nutrition. The rest is rock and roll history. Slowly and steadily, I got into fitness professionally. After realizing that natural bodybuilding is a joke because of untested competitions, my interest shifted towards Powerlifting, which was a turning point in my life. Since then, I have competed in 2 powerlifting meets. Presently, I am also doing a training course by GetSetGo Fitness to take my career further ahead in the fitness industry.
  10. Every boy learns something from his mother before he grows up to become a man. It's an inevitable process which garners a lot of what men think and the way they act, where life is concerned. A man's perspective and how he is towards other human beings, especially women, all stems from what their mothers teach them and how they raise them. If a man has a misdirected sense of entitlement, then clearly he's been conditioned into believing everything he does or says is okay. Which is something every mother should keep in mind while raising her son. Why mothers in particular? Because mothers are an epitome of how women should be treated by a man and if the boy grows up with a woman instilling values of respect and good behaviour in him, he will never shy away from making a woman feel like how she should. © Thinkstock Images There are households where women are not treated right and the boy sees his father disrespect his mother every day while growing up and somewhere thinks it's okay to treat women the way his father treated his mother. In such a case, mothers still have to stay strong and not let the boy believe women are weaklings and they deserve to be treated a particular way. Because if they don't, there will be more crimes of violence and otherwise, against women. So, this International Men's Day, let's aspire to be the men we always thought we should be and maybe look back upon how growing up with the strongest woman you know, helped you mould and shape you into a complete man. Here are the 5 basic things boys should learn when they're growing up to be good men. (1) It's OKAY To Express Most men think it's not okay to show emotions and they mask their emotions to come off as manly or macho. The truth is, men who can show their emotions and not mask them behind their manhood are prime examples of real men. Emotional intimacy is the strongest aspect a man can have. Not just for a woman. But a strong emotionally stable man can process any and every issue he has instead of garbing it or putting it underneath the rug. So, if you express your emotions healthily, you actually come off as a strong man and not a weakling. This can only happen if the mother, from the beginning, teaches her son that it's okay to show emotions and not hide them and also teach him to be emotionally intimate and talk about how and what he feels and not shy away from it. © Pinterest (2) Being A Gentleman Will Never Go Out Of Style My mother always insisted on my father and I carrying handkerchiefs in our pockets. She used to joke that it's chivalrous to pull one out just in case you see a woman crying. She didn't mean that with a bad intent. She only meant that men should be chivalrous, no matter what, as it'll never go out of style or become stale. Most women today look for a guy who can still open doors or hold doors, stand up when a woman leaves the table, offer to pick up the tab, drop her home when it's after hours etc. These things never go out of style, no matter how much we may progress. Even though women are capable of doing all these things on their own, it's just the respect you show a woman through these gestures. © Thinkstock Images A mother should teach her boys that respecting a woman by being his chivalrous best is very important and he'll get the respect of a woman threefold if he does it. (3) Taking Responsibility For His Mistakes Every man should be raised to take responsibility for his blunders and mistakes which will teach him to always do the right thing. Don't cover his mistakes and make him believe it's okay to make mistakes because that's the belief he'll grow up with, without taking any accountability. If he learns to acknowledge his mistakes he'll know real masculinity comes from within and he'll do anything in his power to rectify the mistake or never repeat it again. Men who come clean and accept responsibility for their mistakes are definitely more respected in society. © Pinterest (4) To Always Have Patience In Life Patience as a virtue is very important for anyone. A man will only strive through life with ample patience. Women inherently are more patient because research says biologically they have to deal with a child in their womb for 9 months which makes them naturally patient in nature and those are the values they should instil in their sons. A man with patience can overcome anything. steadfastly. © Pinterest (5) To Grow Up to Be Kind Kindness is the most important part of growing up. You have to learn to be kind to others around you and kind to yourself. No one can teach you to be kind but you can be conditioned into showing kindness whenever there is a need to be kind. Especially towards a woman. Not because she's weak but because in times of conflict it's important that a man bends his ego, puts his head in his heart and thinks through kindness. © Pinterest Boys should learn a lot more while growing up, to become the men they aspire to be and it will only come through conditioning and instilling the right value systems through the women who raise them. Raising good boys in society is the only way to end the lifelong patriarchy and everything else stems from it, for good.
  11. A young bodybuilding enthusiast recently landed in the hospital after using a drug called AMP for his bodybuilding purposes. This case has yet again brought to light the dark side of enhanced bodybuilding. Steroids, which were once and rightfully used in the professional category, has seeped into the routine of rookie fitness enthusiasts. Kids no younger than 20-22 with no lifting-age at all, are going to the extent of 'whatever it takes' to look good. One such case is that of this young bodybuilding rookie from Delhi who landed himself in serious trouble after using an animal compound. A Lesson For EVERY Gullible Young Guy Looking For Shortcuts In Bodybuilding The story broke out when a family from south-west Delhi approached the Psychiatry department in one of Delhi's biggest hospitals. Parents were worried about their 21-year-old son who was slipping into depression. © Pixabay His sleep cycle was extremely disturbed; he was depressed and had terrible mood swings. After countless efforts, a very comprehensive diagnosis was run on the guy. What was revealed afterwards, rattled his parents to the bone. The young lad was addicted to a drug called 'AMP5'. Revelations followed and he disclosed that his gym trainer regularly injected him with the drug as a 'pre-workout' ritual. His gym trainer had told him that this compound will help him work out for hours without getting tired and help him build more muscle. Starting from 1ml/day, the dosage shot up to 5ml/day. Since he could see the 'gains' after using injections, he kept on increasing the dosage. He even went on to win a few local-run-of-the-mill-bodybuilding competitions while he was using this drug. What Happened When He Stopped The nightmare started when dropped off the drug. From someone who could workout in the gym for more than 3 hours, he could now barely keep himself awake for daily chores. In short- he was now addicted to AMP5. © Pubmed His system had become so habitual to its usage that it couldn't handle the sudden withdrawal. He tried his best but he could not give up taking AMP injections. Soon his family realized his drug user behaviour and reached out for medical help. Presently, he is being treated with anti-depressant medicines and stimulants. AMP 5 Is Not For Humans AMP is short for adenosine Monophosphate and is NOT meant for bodybuilding. It's a drug that's used on animals. It works as a vasodilator that helps in infusing more blood into skeletal muscles to provide increased strength for exercise. It reduces fatigue to almost zero and also helps with fat oxidation by working as a hunger suppressant. However, it is illegally administered to horses before a race to enhance their performance. In some cases, it used on horses to cure various ailments as well. AMP 5 was never designed for human use. But then, bodybuilding these days is all about experimenting with various drugs to gain an edge and not just hard work and discipline. Well, guess what, one day you might have to pay for these experiments like this 21-year-old kid. So beware! Anuj Tyagi is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist From American Council on Exercise (ACE) . He is the Founder of the website where he provides online Training. Though a Chartered Accountant by education, he has been closely associated with Fitness Industry since 2006. His motto is to transform people Naturally and he believes that the secret formula for Fitness is Consistency and commitment towards your Training and Nutrition. You can connect with him through Facebook and Youtube.
  12. Arguably one of the most popular sports in the world, cricket has continued to enthral fans and produce new sporting heroes over the years. As a kid, many of us have grown up imitating the batting stances and bowling actions of our favourite cricketers in our backyard. From Brian Lara's unique stance to Wasim Akram's bowling stride, youngsters have proudly copied the tools of the trade of the cricketing icons. In a similar incident, a young boy from Pakistani recently took the social media by storm, after he was spotted imitating the bowling action of India's new pace-bowling sensation Jasprit Bumrah. In a recently-shared video on Twitter, the five-year-old kid was seen delivering the ball the way Bumrah does in international cricket. 5 Years Old kid from pak is a big fan of You.. after watching you in the recently concluded Asia cup every time he tries to bowl like him. Anyway, Happy Birthday @virendersehwag Sirð pic.twitter.com/KC8ML3wUgt — Umair Afridi (@afridiomair) October 20, 2018 The tweet further claims that the Pakistani youngster became an ardent fan of the Indian seamer, after watching his exploits in the recently-concluded Asia Cup, that was eventually won by India following their triumph over Bangladesh in the final. "5 Years Old kid from pak is a big fan of You. After watching you in the recently concluded Asia cup every time he tries to bowl like him," the tweet read. As a kid, I remember how I used to copy the actions of my cricketing heroes. ð It's a wonderful feeling to see kids copying my action today.ð#childhoodflashbacks #Grateful #nostalgia https://t.co/ni4Y22aPMH — Jasprit bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) October 20, 2018 After the cute video went viral on the social media, Bumrah, too, couldn't stop himself from posting a heartfelt reply while recalling how he used to copy the bowling actions of his cricketing heroes. "As a kid, I remember how I used to copy the actions of my cricketing heroes. It's a wonderful feeling to see kids copying my action today," Bumrah tweeted. Bumrah might have been rested from the ongoing five-match ODI series against West Indies, but there is little doubt over his importance in the Indian team. One of the vital cogs in India's bowling line-up, the right-arm seamer boasts of 143 wickets in 82 international matches across all formats of the game.
  13. “The Blond Myth” or Lee priest was never the politically correct goody-good guy. He spoke about matters which other bodybuilders would not dare to speak a word of. The Australian IFBB professional would openly talk about his gear usage and the political games that took place inside the most prestigious of Bodybuilding Federations. Later, he was banned for a lifetime by the IFBB. © YouTube Let's start from the beginning. Lee grew up in Wallsend, a western suburb of Newcastle. Lee was hitting the iron from the tender age of 12 years. Born to a mother who was a bodybuilder herself, it was not a miracle that a young hardworking 13-year-old Lee won his first bodybuilding competition. It didn't just stop there; he later won the 1989 and 1990 IFBB Australian Championships. By the time he was 17, he was already participating in the World Championships. He was not given a Pro Card even after winning the Mr. Australia title because of his young age. But determined Lee went to showcase his muscles in the Niagara Falls Championships which he won. He finally earned his Pro Card and became the youngest man ever to turn IFBB Pro at the age of 20. Note: The current record for being the youngest IFBB Pro is held by Jeff Seid. Training And Nutrition © YouTube “Off-season, I don't care how I look. They can call me a fat pig, which they do” said Lee in an interview given to Max Muscle in 1998. He is popularly called the dirtiest bulker for a reason. His offseason weight in 1998 was an astounding 285 pounds and that too when he was 5'4”. “I am yet to read a textbook that contributed more to my arm size than what I've learned from my own lifetime of lifting. Since age 13 (1985), I've trained my arms as a total package of biceps, triceps and forearms in the belief that they are equally important. These are the 17 arm fundamentals: 8 for biceps, 5 for triceps and 4 for forearms that I've always used.” says Lee. It was all about listening to your body for the Aussie bodybuilder. Most people were not a fan of his training style but everyone was shocked when they saw a humongous 20-year-old Lee in the Gold's Gym. This is what Jay Cutler said about Lee in an interview- “Freakiest bodybuilder I have ever seen in person was Lee Priest at the time, because he was 20 bro! He was insanely big. The guy could not even walk, he was that big”. Controversies © YouTube Lee is an outspoken person by nature and that has landed him in multiple controversies. His shrewd comments for the LGBT community or irrational comments on different religions have been on the news for a while. He is still active on many popular social media websites and YouTube. He was banned for a year from the IFBB for participating in another bodybuilding federation without permission. The ban was later extended to two years as Lee publicly criticized IFBB for being unfair. After a gap of 7 years, he made a comeback by winning the NABBA Mr. Universe competition in 2013 post which he announced his retirement. Yash Sharma is a former national level Football player, now a Strength Coach, Nutritionist and Natural Bodybuilder. He also runs a YouTube Channel Yash Sharma Fitness via which he aims to educate all the fitness enthusiasts to maximize their gains by methods that are backed by science and applicable easily. Connect with him on YouTube, YashSharmaFitness@gmail.com, Facebook and Instagram.
  14. We've heard the wise say that life is unpredictable, but what they did not tell us was that this isn't just true about our life's final moments, but can even be applied to the most mind-blowing moments we live to experience in life. © Instagram This is the reason why every philosopher tells us to live in the moment and make the most of it. While we are busy tapping on our phones, clicking selfies or bending our fingers on a laptop at work, there are people who are taking this advice seriously and charging ahead with their hearts set on doing the right thing, by doing what they do best. This is the story about one of India's raging superstars, rapper Divine aka Vivian Fernandes from Mumbai who went from being a backstreet “gully” performer to a world-class rapper with an ardent fan following both in India and abroad. © Instagram His journey from being Vivian to Divine is a testimony that luck shines on those who dare to follow their heart and work hard. His rise to fame is nothing short of magnificent with his videos crossing the million mark within 24-hours of releasing. His songs are tales from the streets of Mumbai and range from satirical, autobiographical confessionals to rage anthem for an entire generation, that can instantly relate to the realities presented through his lyrics that talk about the city, its people and numerous other societal elements such as corruption and poverty. © Instagram Here is a 17-point guide to Divine's rise from being an underground rapper to an international performer. 1. Born Vivian Fernandes, Divine is a resident of JB Nagar in Andheri East. He had an abusive father who abandoned them due to which his mother moved to the Gulf to feed the family. He and his elder brother have been brought up by their grandmother. 2. He is a product of St. John Evangelist High School, Marol and RD National College. During his formative years as an aspiring artist, he used to play 'fillers' during college shows. © Instagram 3. Divine got hooked to the music created by Eminem and 50 Cent when a friend once gave him a CD. Inspired, he would labour over verses for hours after school. 4. His stage name is inspired by the peace he felt during his visits to the church in Marol with his grandmother. The Indian Express once quoted him, “when I began to rap, I called myself DIVINE. No other name came to mind”. 5. He started out as an underground rapper in 2011 and was a part of a hip-hop crew called Mumbai's Finest. © Instagram He became popular with his home-made YouTube video 'Yeh Mera Bombay', shot on the streets of his gully, in 2013. The video broke new grounds and received the best video of the year award from Rolling Stone India in 2014. 6. Mainstream success finally knocked on his door in 2015 when social media blew up following his collab with another Mumbai-based rapper Naezy for a track they composed together called 'Mere Gully Mein'. 7. In 2016, Divine launched his solo single 'Jungli Sher' which is a defiant anthem about growing up a broken family with limited means. The video became an instant hit on social media. © Instagram 8. He collaborated with DJ Nucleya in 'Jungle Raja' on Nucleya's album 'Bass Rani'. The track 'Jungle Raja' won 'Best EDM Track Of The Year' 2015 at the GIMA Awards. 9. Divine caught Sony Music India's attention during the Blue Frog Festival in 2014 and went on to launch his smashing debut single 'Jungli Sher' under Sony. 10. On 16 February 2017 he released his second single 'Farak' that topped the Indipop chart on iTunes India and collaborated with numerous artists such as Deep Jandu and Gangis Khas for ' Daru Daru' and India-American rapper and songwriter Raja Kumari for 'City Slums'. © Instagram 11. His big Bollywood debut came with the song 'Paintra' in collaboration with Nucleya, for the movie 'Mukkabaaz' that released on 1 December 2017. 12. January 2018 saw Divine's remix of Lil Pump's 'Gucci Gang' go viral. In March he collaborated with singer and music director Amit Trivedi for Irrfan Khan starrer 'Blackmail' on the song 'Badla'. 13. Amongst the many highs Divine has seen so far in 2018, the most special would be the release of his first single 'One Side' from his debut EP through his own label Gully Gang Records. © Instagram 14. The next big thing for the star was producing the soundtrack for 'Sacred Games' called 'Kaam-25' along with music producer Phenom. 15. Divine is one of the very rare rappers who has performed with a complete band featuring names like Randolph Correia, Jai Row Kavi and The Spindoctor, with between 5,000 and 15,000 people in attendance. 16. He was the first Hindi rapper to appear on BBC Asian Network's 'Fire in the Booth' with British DJ Charlie Sloth. © Instagram 17. Inspired by his life story and achievements, Zoya Akhtar decided to make a movie on the lives of upcoming hip-hop singer and rappers in Mumbai. The film called 'Gully Boy' is set to release on 14th February 2019 with Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt in the lead. Bhai @ranveersingh slaying Jungli sher like a boss! ð¥ð¯â¤ï¸ðð½#GullyGang #Guttaflow #GullyBoy #VoiceOfTheStreets A post shared by D I V I N E (GULLYGANG) (@vivianakadivine) on Sep 7, 2017 at 5:48am PDT There, we laid it all out for you but there still remains one detail about the rapper that we haven't shared with you. © Instagram Even after attaining so much success and fame, Divine is a humble and rooted guy who won't miss a call from his mother under any circumstance. Why? Because he says, “ My mother's love means the world to me, so I often bring it up in my music.”
  15. Shah Rukh Khan needs no introduction, and neither does his signature pose that has been making women go weak in the knees for decades now. After all, many 'Dumb-Charades' games were won just with the iconic 'arms wide open' pose, so how can we not remember it, right? via GIPHY While most of us end up copying, let me rephrase that, taking inspiration from SRK's pose, to impress our crush; the Assam Police has put the same pose to a great use that will hopefully have a positive impact on people. Ponjit Dowarah, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Jalukbari, Guwahati recently posted this message on their Twitter account, which got a huge thumbs up from the people on social media. Using SRK's iconic pose, the message read "Traffic Niyam Ka Kripaya Palan Kare' (Please obey the traffic rules). The universal pose of @iamsrk has touched all down the ages, but please read the message also #FollowTrafficRules @MorigaonPolice @Darrangpol @cachar_police @KamrupPolice pic.twitter.com/OlOIk93AYq — Ponjit Dowarah (@ponjitdowarah) July 26, 2018 Among the innumerable fans of this message, one name was Shah Rukh Khan himself, who reshared the photo on his account with the caption, "The best message I think this pose has conveyed. Please follow traffic rules." The best message I think this pose has conveyed. Please please follow traffic rules. https://t.co/9lyFqj2ZB6 — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 27, 2018 After SRK's post, the social media team of Assam Police thanked him and used another famous dialogue from his movie 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' and tweaked it to this, "Traffic niyamon ka paalan nahin karne se kuch-kuch nahin, bahut kuch hota hai. Thank You @iamsrk for the support Sire! Bravo @ponjitdowarah" Traffic niyamon ka paalan nahin karne se kuch-kuch nahin, bahut kuch hota hai... #FollowTrafficRules Thank You @iamsrk for the support Sire! Bravo @ponjitdowarah https://t.co/WsqCLTeTJ0 — Assam Police (@assampolice) July 27, 2018 I've said it before and I will say it again, social media wasn't this fun until our police departments hired some really cool and ingenious people to handle their Twitter accounts. Be it '13 Reasons Why', 'Hey dear' memes or 'Chai Pilo Aunty', the Mumbai Police have already been winning our hearts with their spot-on meme game and now, the Assam Police is also getting positive reviews on social media for their creative methods to generate awareness among people.
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    Dear Lost Boy

    *Dear Lost Boy, I have butterfly wings under my skin...... And a blood red, origami heart........ My heartbeats are paper planes, soaring, dipping, paper planes....... Beating as my bones breathe with life....... My skin flutters at the very knowledge of you....... The way you created my very heart within your trembling hands........ Every fold, an act of love....... Every crease, a kiss of devotion....... Inhaled starlight inside my lungs....... Rattling like caged bottle tops........ The sound of fractured sighs await....... Only for you, My Night Sky....... Only. For. You.......
  19. ....یہ واقعہ شام کے شہر دمشق میں ہوا ایک نوجوان خوبصورت لڑکی روزانہ اکیلی یونیورسٹی جاتی تھی اسی یونیورسٹی میں اسکا والد ایک ڈپارٹمنٹ کا انچارج تھا۔ایک دن چھٹی کے فورا بعد اچانک بادل گرجنے لگے اور زوردار بارش ہونے لگی، ہر کوئی جائے پناہ کی تلاش میںدوڑرہا تھا، سردی کی شدت بڑھنے لگی، آسمان سے گرنے والے اولے لوگوں کے سروں پر برسنے لگے،یہ لڑکی بھییونیورسٹی سے نکلی اور جائے پناہ کی تلاش میں دوڑنے لگی، اس کا جسم سردی سے کانپ رہا تھالیکن یہ نہیں جانتیتھی کہ اسے پناہ کہاں ملے گی،جب بارش تیز ہوئی تو اس نے ایک دروازہ بجایا، گھر میں موجود لڑکا باہر نکلا اور اسے اندر لے آیا اور بارش تھمنے تک اپنے گھر میں رہنے کی اجازت دے دی،دونوں کا آپس میں تعارف ہوا تو معلوم ہوا کہ لڑکا بھی اسی یونیورسٹی میں پڑھتا ہے جہاں وہ خود زیر تعلیم ہے۔اور اس شہر میں اکیلا رہتا ہے،ایک کمرہ برامدہ اور باتھ روم اس کا کل گھر تھا نوجوان نے اسے کمرے میں آرام کرنے کو کہا اور اسکے پاس ہیٹر رکھ دیا اور کہا کہ کمرہ جبگرمہوجائے گا تو وہ ہیٹر نکال لے گا،تھوڑی دیر لڑکی بستر پر بیٹھی کانپتی رہی،اچانک اسے نیند آ گئی تو یہ بستر پر گرگئی۔نوجوان ہیٹر لینے کمرے میں داخل ہوا تو اسے یہ بستر پر سوئی ہوئی لڑکی جنت کی حوروں کی سردار لگی وہ ہیٹر لیتے ہی فورا کمرے سے باہر نکل گیالیکن شیطان جو کہ اسے گمراہ کرنے کے موقع کی تلاش میں تھااسے وسوسے دینے لگا اس کے ذہن میں لڑکی کی تصویر خوبصورت بنا کر دکھانے لگا تھوڑی دیر میں لڑکی کی آنکھ کھل گئی، جب اس نے اپنے آپ کو بستر پر لیٹا ہوا پایا تو ہڑبڑا کر اٹھ گئی اور گھبراہٹ کے عالم میں بے تحاشا باہر کی طرف دوڑنے لگی اس نے برامدے میں اسی نوجوان کو بیہوش پایا وہ انتہائی گھبراہٹ کی عالم میں گھر کی طرف دوڑنے لگی اور پیچھے مڑ کر بھی نہ دیکھا یہاں تک کہ اپنے گھر پہنچ کر باپ کی گود میں سر رکھ دیا جو کہ پوری رات اسے شہر کے ہر کونے میں تلاش کرتا رہا تھااس نے باپ کو تمام واقعات من و عن سنا دیے اور اسے قسم کھا کر کہا کہ میں نہیں جانتی جس عرصہ میں میری آنکھ لگی کیا ہوامیرے ساتھ کیا کیا گیا، کچھ نہیں پتا،اسکا باپ انتہائی غصے کے عالم میں اٹھا اور یونیورسٹی پہنچ گیا اور اس دن غیر حاضر ہونے والے طلبہ کے بارے میں پوچھا تو پتا لگا کہایک لڑکا شہر سے باہر گیا ہے اور ایک بیمار ہے، ہسپتال میں داخل ہے،باپ ہسپتال پہنچ گیا تاکہ اس نوجوان کو تلاش کرے اور اس سے اپنی بیٹی کا انتقام لے، ہسپتال میں اسکی تلاش کے بعد جب اسکے کمرے میں پہنچا تو اسے اس حالت میں پایا کہ اسکی دونوں ہاتھوں کی انگلیاں پٹیوں سے بندھی ہوئی تھی اس نے ڈاکٹر سے اس مریض کے بارے میں پوچھا تو ڈاکٹر نے بتایا جب یہ ہمارے پاس لایا گیا تو اسکے دونوں ہاتھ جلے ہوئے تھے باپ نے نوجوان سے کہاکہ تمہیں اللہ کی قسم ہے! مجھے بتاؤ کہ تمہیں کیا ہوا ہے باپ نے اپنا تعارف نہیں کروایا، وہ بولا ایک لڑکی کل رات بارش سے بچتی ہوئی میرے پاس پناہ لینے کے لیے آئی، میں نے اسے اپنے کمرے میں پناہ تو دے دی لیکن شیطان مجھے اس کے بارے میں پھسلانے لگا تو میں اسکے کمرے میں ہیٹر لینے کے بہانے داخل ہوا، وہ سوئی ہوئی لڑکی مجھے جنت کی حور لگی، میں فورا باہر نکل آیا لیکن شیطان مجھے مسلسل اسکے بارے میں پھسلاتا رہا اور غلط خیالات میرے ذہن میں آتے رہے تو جب بھی شیطان مجھے برائی پر اکساتا میں اپنی انگلی آگ میں جلاتا تاکہ جھنم کی آگ اور اسکے عذاب کو یاد کروں اور اپنے نفس کو برائی سے باز رکھ سکوں یہاں تک کہ میری ساری انگلیاں جل گئی اور میں بے ہوش گیا ،مجھے نہیں پتا کہ میں ہسپتال کیسے پہنچا۔یہ باتیں سن کر باپ بہت حیران ہوا۔ بلند آواز سے چلایا اے لوگو۔۔۔۔۔۔! گواہ رہو میں نے اس پاک سیرت لڑکے سے اپنی بیٹی کا نکاح کر دیا ہے ..............سبحان اللہ _____________________________________________________ یہ ہے اللہ سے ڈرنے والوں کا ذکر،اگر اللہ کا خوف نہ ہوتا تو اس لڑکی کی عزت محفوظ نہ رہ سکتی۔جو بھی لڑکا یا لڑکی ناجائز تعلقات قائم کرتے ہیں یا غیر شرعی دوستیاں یا محبتیں کرتے ہیں تو وہ اپنے اس برے فعل کو چھپانے کی حتیٰالامکان کوشش کرتے ہیں۔وہ چاہتے ہیں کہ والدین ان کے ان کاموں سے بے خبر رہیں حالانکہ وہ یہ جانتے ہیں کہ اللہ ان کے ہر فعل سے با خبر ہےپھر بھی انکے دل میں اللہ کا خوف پیدا نہیں ہوتا !!ایسا کیوں ہے؟؟کیونکہ والدین نے بچپن سے ان کے دل و دماغ میں اللہ کے خوف کے بجائے اپنا ذاتی خوف،رعب و دبدبہ ،سزا کا ڈر ہی بٹھایا ہے۔اسی لیے آج وہ اللہ سے بے پرواہ ہو کر والدین سے چھپ کر گناہوں کا ارتکاب کرتے ہیں۔اور ایسے بھی والدین ہیں جنہوں نے اپنی اولاد کی تربیت خوف خدا پر کی تو انکی اولاد نے بھی ہمیشہ برائیوں سے اپنے آپ کو باز رکھا۔
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