Dear Blog, I Love You

Dear Blog,

I am writing this to thank you for the honor and readership you given to me. I owe you for all the years you share my words with others. You made me connect to the world; and connect the world to my thoughts, views, and stand points. You always there for me even when I forget to keep you maintained on time.

Dearest blog, you convey my words to others, made be heard even where I could not reach. You take my words beyond border. You widen the horizons of reaching for me. I am thankful to you for all these and much more. You hold the bigger share of all the praises I ever receive and larger credits of what I am today.

I am writing this to appreciate for you for every time you made me speak to the world. To thank you for landing me your spaces for penning down my views. I am happy to have you there, always there for me.

I am thankful to you for all these years. All I want to say you is I love you.


Wajeeha Asrar Siddiqui.

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About wasiddiqui

Wajeeha Asrar Siddiqui is a Karachi based freelance writer and blogger and has main aim to spread awareness via Wajeeha’s Official Blog. ( Wajeeha is writing on her blog since 2008. Her aim is to promote education along with awareness in Pakistani society. According to her, one of the main reasons for what Pakistan is lacking behind is lack of proper education, proper counseling, and proper implementation of education. She mostly picked topics on social issues and daily life with a little mixture of some random thoughts.

Posted on April 7, 2011, in Daily Life, Reading, View Point and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. this is so true. because of this blog we can share thoughts. how wonderful. : )

  2. Thanks for summing it up so well. I think I’ll be returning here often. Best Regards.

  3. Sweet article, sweet site layout, stick to the great work

  4. Blogs are as good as a group of people sitting together to express their views. Having freedom of speech is not practical in real world these days for two major factors:

    1) We (3rd and 4th Generation) have been forced to keep ourselves too busy with work and life that we do not have time for socialization, and we often end up cutting our sleep/rest hours to cope up with it. So, I conclude that blogging is an alternative for people who wants to express their views and respect others.

    2) If we start discussing issues in public gathering, what we think/say/speak about can be taken as offensive and we would end up with a broken nose. Or perhaps get killed if we say something like “Mr. Z was known as Mr.10% in 90’s; due to inflation he is now on 200% scheme” 🙂
    On this, I would say “Thank God majority of the people in politics(bad ones) do not use internet for good reason, else blogs would not have been safe too” 😀

  5. If facebook supported multiple LIKES for each individual post from each individual person then I would like it again n again for ages 🙂

    Keep it up Wajeeha 🙂

  6. Hasan Rasheed

    If facebook supported multiple LIKES for each individual post from each individual person then I would like it again n again for ages 🙂

  7. Blogs sure are a wonderful thing. 🙂 Great tribute. Happy blogging all the way!

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