I am a normal teenage girl (15 years ‘young’ to be more precise). Well, normal according to my definition of normal. Anyway, I like to write and I like to think. So I thought, “Noor,why don’t you write your thoughts in a blog!” It was an amazing moment. That light bulb sure clicked on at the right time! 💡

But what I write reflects on my mood. When I write joyous things, I am truly in bliss. When I right sorrowful things, the pain from which I write, is truly from the heart. If anyone out there is reading this, please leave a response. Any feedback, whether it be compliments or constructive criticism would truly be beneficial in making me a better writer!

Thanks so much!


12 responses to “About

  1. Noor at age 15 I couldn’t even dream of thinking and/or writing like you. You have been blessed with enormous talent which you have put to very good use. I start to wonder what people of your age around you think of you and what you talk to them about. Show them some ‘noor’ too! 😛

    Aun Maken

    • Hey. Thank you so much. I wish I could know what people my age think of me too, but I like what I am around… 😀 Unfortunately, I haven’t really had the time to keep this updated…you know, school and all…but I hope to be back soon. Again, thank you so much for those wonderful compliments…

  2. Noor… I’ve read your stuff before. I read some more today. Then I wandered into you’re “about,” and I just have to say… I was shocked. I mean seriously SHOCKED at your first sentence. You’re a *teenager*?!?!?!? Holy. Snowballs. Keep writing. You’ve got something, kid. Don’t let it get rusty.

  3. Keep on writing Noor, i really enjoyed reading your blog posts! Thanks for sharing!
    Greets, Frauke 🙂

  4. wow,
    A beautiful attempt.
    I went through “Persecution of Ahmadies in Pakistan” and all your questions emerging in every next paragraph should hammer into the extremists’ ears…
    U got an honest,simple and straight forward style of writing, and that is beautiful.
    I have read some of the greatest novels from my point of view based on Afghanistan and Pakistan.
    ‘Kite Runner’ and ‘A thousand splendid suns’ by Khalid Hosseini and again ‘Three cups of tea’ and ‘Stones into schools’ by Greg Mortenson.
    And i would like to recommend them to whoever come on my way, no matter i know them or not.

    I am glad that i read them and today i am more of a better man than i used to be…filled with more love and more respect.
    I have developed immense love towards the Islam and their world.

    Keep writing and reading as well…that will enhance your writing …insaallah…

  5. Nice Blog… Esp. your writing style is kool. Keep it up.

  6. Hey! Just read your blog. I really like it, the way you write about things both inside and outside the box, like the way you wrote about the persecution of Ahmedis in Pakistan. Keep it up! 😀

  7. Hey. I just read your recent thoughts on Ahmadi persecution in Pakistan and I am glad that there is some light being shed on the matter because so many people have misconceptions about Ahmadis themselves. I loved how well you explained the circumstances of the situation. I totally agree with what you said. Thank you for being one of those who really understood the enormity of what happened of the incident of the bombing.
    And even more so, thank you for sharing that knowledge with everyone else.

    • Thank you so much for reading this. Please let other people know about this as well. It is about time that light is shed on this extremely important issue. Thanks You!

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