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So this is where I work! I am a flame that sheds its light of knowledge into shadowy minds.
In layman language, I am an online tutor.

Reaching out to students in various parts of the world, providing them with quality education. There are many people out there who, for their own reasons (cultural, religious, convenience, etc) cannot or will not attend a conventional school, and GlobalTutor provides a convenient alternative. Many just need extra coaching.

With our amazing teaching platform, we bring education, quite literally, to people's fingertips. 

Teaching the students I have so come to adore has become a big part of my life, after nearly a year of associating myself with this organisation.

All my life, I knew what it was like to be a favourite student among teachers but a favourite teacher among students? EVEN BETTER!

I always knew how great it feels like to get good grades. But seeing my students get good grades? EPIC

Well, lucky me, I know how to make Mafioso, Ninjago, Spongebob and Harry Potter references and so on, while explaining complex science concepts ;) Not to mention, my stupid drawings on the board (that get the message across anyway, so anything that works). 

(Yes, now nice of me to omit the gory details of spending hours creating interactive content for classes, plan class activities, assigning and checking assignments, writing monthly reports and several other tasks that are attached to the job)

Now for a bit of showing off:

GlobalTutor won the NBQSA (National Best Quality Software Awards) and and the APICTA (Asia Pacific ICT Awards.
I did this, (smiles proudly) little speech at the Asia Pacific nominations :D (now a full blown Cheshire cat grin)

If you're interested in taking a trial class, contact me! It's for free.
(Because I'm not the only tutor here I've got some brilliant fellow teachers too.)

To those of you who read my posts but never comment but we talk (yes, thanks for showing your support for me here while you leave me at the mercy of "nice" and "hi" people who spam the hell out of me), well I'd promised that after my exams were over, you could enrol for the trial classes and see what I do. Well, now's the time!

(the Queen of Zunaya Bracket Queen takes her leave now)

Cheers and Salaams!

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+Ghulam Mustafa  love him too..indeed my Dad is a great fan of him and almost whole deewans of him is stored in his memory!!

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She was sleepy as she fought with me and wept then long. She doest want to have spent a moment away from me and I have some job relevet obligations.

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Blooded Snow

Bright, scarlet splashes on pristine white snow,
Blooms of purest red roses bleed to grow
Defiantly against the bitter cold.
To speak of all the stories untold.

The tale of the beauty with thorns- well known,
Hides the story of its pretty thorns
And how the rose was ripped bare of its soul,
How the beautiful sting was deemed foul.

So up climbed the roses, upon boulders
On a sheet of cold snow which only smolders
Beneath the loving gaze of the dear sun.
Those who dared to reach them would only burn.

And those who sought the rose would but dare
To climb and fight the sun's possessive glare
And then they would hold the rose; blood would blossom
Who'd ever thought blooded snow could possess sheer beauty?

-A.K.Y


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And that is why I would always prefer a Tolkien book to Nicholas Sparks. At least Tolkien is honest about his genre.

Now that's what I'm tolkien about!
(I couldn't resist making the pun!)

So what's your favourite/least favourite love story and why?"

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i love it
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Happy New Year Everyone!!
deletes the cute new year poem because it doesn't feel like a fresh start at all
and because this 2016 seems as rocky and full of pleasant surprises as any
other year.
So what were your most memorable moments of 2016?
Mine would be the few months I spent in Pakistan with my cousins. And a few book releases. The rest is top secret! My sisters Ibtesam +Mahnoor Åhmåd​​ would know!

Did you make any resolutions?
As for me, I don't wait for new year to do that but I am sure that over the course of the year, my mindset and goals have changed. But I'd sure like to hear your resolutions.

How has the past year changed you?
Yeah, I'm not spilling that one, but I can say it's all been positive changes!

The questions are for you, of course but since I won't be having time answering them in the comment section, I'm answering them myself in what looks like a conversation with myself.

May you have the spirit to reflect fondly on 2015 and look forward to 2016 with optimism, and may you be blessed with good health and opportunities. Ameen!

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Happy new year to you
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Why do all bad things happen to me? Why do good people suffer
the most?

Have you ever asked yourself those questions? I'm not a scholar or a philosopher, but I'd like to share my opinions about what leads us to think that bad people don't suffer, or why we sometimes tend to feel that fate has been cruel with us and how we can overcome the overwhelming feeling of despair.

It'll be useless to start with comparing our situations with the more unfortunate- we're usually disconnected with the suffering of others and are only aware of our own torment. It would also be pointless to point out that all people have their own share of troubles. We already know that. Whereas it isn't wrong to feel a feeling of gratefulness by knowing that we are better off than others, it still doesn't make it easier, does it?

So what makes life easier for bad people?
Do they have life easier? No. Is it a lack of conscience that makes them happy about everything? No. The term "bad" people is a very gross generalisation. There are many things that could make people seem "bad" to the others, and even if someone is evil, it doesn't mean that they don't feel emotional pain or the sting of failure acutely. They might not express it. But what gives them the strength?

Now, please don't get offended by the following. It doesn't represent people individually:

So what is it that makes us think they have it easier?
It's their attitude. I know, I know, cliche, but look at it this way-

Suppose that a bad person and a good person suffer a great loss
Bad person:
Meh, I probably deserved it. Better move on rather than mope
around. I'm much better than that. I have to do this and that to
make it right for myself now. I'm not making a show of my grief.
It would be embarrassing.
Good person:
WHY ME? But I was so GOOD! I DON'T DESERVE THIS!!
Or, 
How could this happen to me? Then comes the crushing pain. The good person's reaction may be more sincere and raw, but there would be a sense of immaturity in their reaction. 

What can this mean? We tend to regret the good things we do
when life doesn't go the way we want it to. We expect a lot in return
for our good actions.

It's sublime! Ironically, it's regret that counts. We can't move on because we're all so full of regret about what we expected from people or situations or did do or could have done. Good people would expect others to be kind to them, just because they're kind. This isn't how it's supposed to be, is it?

So if there's one thing we could learn from bad guys is to not regret our decisions and work our way out of the cesspit of despair
instead of letting grief take over, rather masochistically. How does this happen? At some point, anguish it leads to numbness, and the only thing that makes us feel alive is the grief, so we tend to keep rubbing it in to feel alive, feeling addicted to those adrenaline rushes, addicted out of mere habit, going deeper and deeper into it. But there's always a way out. 

Now, moving can be very, very complex for many. There are so many factors involved but mostly, regret is the root cause that hinders our progress into a happier future. Whereas pain could open our senses to the various realities of life and give us new perspectives that aren't necessarily glum, it doesn't often happen. 

May you all find it in yourselves to move on from pain and take on life like warriors! Wear those scars proudly and sport those dents in your armour as a sign of past victories! May you all see and feel
all the beauty that life offers. Ameen.

That is my prayer for you, dearies. 
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+Aalia Khan Yousafzai I agree with you. My perseption is evedintly effected by my witness of today's occurrences.
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Let every soulful daydream be a desperate prayer. Let every prayer be fuel
to the spark of aspiration.
Ameen.
-A.K.Y

#positivity #positivethoughts #prayer #dua 
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Take a selfie during a demo class on GlobalTutor and win exciting prizes as well as free trial classes for up to two weeks or even a whole month!

Hurry up and register to be part of our limited number of applicants!
(Of course, you need to be a student if you want to participate)

Cheers and Salaams!
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is there any course for post graduate students!!!(kidding !!! :) )

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What's one thing you'd like to change about your physical appearance?
Because I know the secret to becoming  beautiful overnight.

There must be something, even one thing, even if you don't share it. And if you don't, then you're really different than us normal people who would change, at least one thing if if given the chance.

For most of us, it's just a passing fancy, something we might do if given the chance, and we really like looking pretty and wearing nice stuff and make-up once in a while. That's normal,  but for others, it's an obsession. There are people out there who don't like themselves, who hate the way they look and every action of theirs is governed by their poor esteem of themselves. They might spend too much time trying to "fix" themselves, they might spend hours in a day, yes, you read that right, hours in front of mirrors and they might have attacks of becoming anti-social and they'll have problems with maintaining healthy relationships. Yup, I am talking about body dysmorphic disorder and it's something that is affecting lots and lots of people these days, especially girls.

So why do we need to look good? Because it makes us happy.

But how does this... disorder even start? Does this mean you actually *have some physical deformity?
YES. You may have a deformity, but other  people with such deformities still look better than you. Why not you?
The right answer is a poor self esteem which can be the result of several factors that can't be discussed in one article. It could be issues growing up and one bad thought about yourself leads to another and one comment from someone you care about leading you into your quicksand of self doubt. It festers over years and then one day, becomes too much. Usually for teenagers, it starts due to peer pressure.

So how do we get rid of a low self esteem?
It's not as simple as just getting rid of it. You can't get rid of it even if you want to, but that doesn't mean it's not possible. For a start,
think about someone you truly admire and respect with all your
heart.
Do you admire that person because of their beauty?
Probably not. So try to be like that person, and you will begin to respect yourself. That's the first step to a good self esteem.
People will treat you the way you treat yourself.
If you look into the mirror and see a loser, everyone will see the same thing. If you're happy with what you do, if you're trying to be the person you respect most, if people love you for who you are, there
will be no empty place in your heart that needs to be filled with
the guaranteed assurance that you're beautiful. You will see all the good in yourself and in others. 

You will feel beautiful.

Another thing about being beautiful is how the society and the
media decides the standards of beauty for you.
There is this standard stick figure trend going on these days.
No, you do NOT need to be very thin, or thin at all to look beautiful. I'm not talking about being obese, but I'm talking about being chubby or like how most normal women who aren't starving supermodels should look like. Real women. 


Now, here is a question just for the ladies

 I'd like to ask all my girlfriends whether or not they have damaged their hair using heat. You can send me a private message.
+Mahinaz ElBaz +Mahnoor Åhmåd +AnaXious +Zoha Umar +Aliza Fatima +VioletFlamexX Gonzalez 'IsUn'DEAD The1st +Hira Madni +Juveria Ahmed +Zaynab Malik +Fajar Fatima +Summiya Jamil +Sara Jawaid +Sara Khan +AqsO Doll    because I KNOW how frizzy, unruly hair looks like and most of us are guilty of using heat to fix it and it looks great and silky and wow but then it becomes like an addiction and we can't do without the staightener or blow drier. Without it, the natural form of our hair is like onion roots. Well, if you need any tips on how to get the perfect, healthy, bouncy, curly or wavy hair without damaging it with heat (which is usually our hair type) you can message me. Even if you have damaged straight hair, I can help. 
CURLY AND WAVY HAIR HAS CHARACTER. DON'T FOLLOW THE
CROWD.

I am not an expert but if anyone needs beauty tips, just message
me. I could start a beauty tip collection for all I know. 

And now for some beauty quotes.

It is time for parents to teach early on that in diversity there is
beauty and there is strength.
-Maya Angelou

Beauty is only skin deep. Ugly goes deep to the bone.
=Dorothy Parker

Pretty women wonder where my secret lies.
I’m not cute or built to suit a fashion model’s size   
But when I start to tell them,
They think I’m telling lies.
I say,
It’s in the reach of my arms,
The span of my hips,   
The stride of my step,   
The curl of my lips.   
I’m a woman
Phenomenally.
Phenomenal woman,   
That’s me.

-Maya Angelou

I should make my own too...

Beauty is seen by the eyes and then felt in the heart. Even if
the heart doesn't accept it, they eyes will insist.
True beauty is felt in the heart and even the eyes can't deny it.
-A.K.Y

Stay happy!!!!!
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trust on Allah and ur self...if need mentoring consult some one ...be +ve with every one ....humanity comes first... 
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Am I ever so grateful to have taste buds? I.Love.Food. The things I could give up for it okay, if I get books I love, I might sacrifice taste buds
because eye buds are more demanding

What could you give up your taste buds for?

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wonderfuly
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Your ethereal soul can change the world
Introduction

If I could capture the wild winds,
And enrapture melodies birds sing,
I would sing and blow by,
From the dawn till midnight.
If could flow like wind beneath my wing,
I would flutter by and whisper and cling,
To your memory and mind; in your heart,
You'd realise I'd been right here from the start.

P.S I keep travelling so at any given moment, I could be or could not be in Pakistan. I am not from India and my heritage goes back to Afghanistan. 

(For dummies: click on the blue coloured text if you wish to know where it could lead you)




And the anthologies in which my poetry has been published



I also write short stories and am currently working on a novel. None of my stories have been published and hardly any has been shared on social media...


Still, no one has succeeded in this AS OF YET...
Without deleting the above while editing, I might just say that someone finally answered the question but that doesn't mean you can't give it a try ;)


The message I'm trying to spread, wanting everyone to know all about it-

 

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Bragging rights
I'm Queen of the Enchanted Forest.
Education
  • Studies at home
    present
  • Roots College International
    2014 - 2015
  • Home-schooled all my life
    Learned many aspects of life, from religion to history and geography, to science, to cooking to sports and etiquette and most importantly- morality.
  • ILM Nowshera
    2008 - 2009
  • BSM, Oman
    2011 - 2012
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Female
Looking for
Friends, Networking
Birthday
April 8
Relationship
Single
Other names
Aalia Khan Yousafzai, also known as Pathan girl, Maasi Aloo, Kickmaar Khan, AK47, the Sweeto Devil and... that's about it...., ah, and my full name- Aalia Khan Ajmal Shahsawar Sarandaz Khan Yousafzai Barakhani Sikandar Afghan
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