Loosing the following – Absolutely

You are loosing your following – he said and I asked haider is it the case? And haider who was already in trance of pain dancing on the beat of loneliness shuddered his head and said that we all need to realise that it’s not about following or having a gathering around but few or to be precise very few around who could connect and reflect,  who could interpret the meanings of your replies like ‘Kuch nae’ or ‘Nothing’ or :), the one who actually cares rather then facebooking the bond, the one who doesn’t need the messages or calls as a prove of bond or for who the benchmark of relation is not how often we talk. . .  I have set people free because I realised that it’s my journey and I will automatically connect with pure souls rather then begging for those who are not even worth it. Before you worth others or love others take a deep breath identify yourself, value yourself and respect yourself 🙂

– Duaien

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Haider speaks to Haider

Haider
Look you shouldn’t be tired you should take it all as the real life. Yes! If you aren’t on the ground you are no more important. If you loved people around selflessly and supported them that doesn’t mean they should stay, they will leave. The people who always said would stand, hardly will because it’s not about saying it’s about doing. Continue helping people around loving the one who desires teaching the one who needs despite being misinterpreted or taken forgranted or being used, this is how it goes, left alone by the one you love – world it is, continue loving not because who they are but because the one who made them deserves that the creature Must be loved. Haider it’s life and you have to learn that it’s not always about the stage but the shelf value of human. Learn and accept. Get up and fight because u burried ur mother and stood with courage, u made urself a brand when people use to laugh and u fought because u r the Warrior and warriors are meant to be this way. Adapt and Move.
Let the silence, ignorance and resilience be your mentors.

Much Love
Yours Haider

We are made strong to be broken again

– And she was sitting next to me and asking me with tired up eyes and a low tone ‘what did I do wrong?’ – and I could connect that yes people come as a strength when we are shattered and they make us feel that life is beautiful and whatsoever happened, happened for a reason. But at that very point when we believe them, they bring us to our knees and disappear – we were meant to be broken, because it is what makes us stronger, believe us that everything passes and time is the best cure. Medicine is bitter but the patient needs it. This entire process reconnect us and make us build strong walls around which are based on experiences. Ah! If that’s the case trust me sweetheart it’s worth it & then she got up, took me along from 8th floor we went for coffee at central station because thats the only place where meetup and departures teaches life – let it go & let it be God

Haider Miraj
08:52 p.m.
Glasgow 🙂 – Somewhere near Clyde

Being a Human Being

Don’t try to be perfect.  Just be an excellent example of being human.

Here are a few things to keep in mind:

Growth requires pain. – Be patient and tough, someday this pain will be useful to you.  Those with the strength to succeed in the long run are the ones who lay a firm foundation of growth with the bricks that life has thrown at them.  So don’t be afraid to fall apart for a little while.  Because when it happens, the situation will open an opportunity for you to grow and rebuild yourself into the brilliant person you are capable of being.

You will learn as long as you live. – There is no stage of life that does not contain new lessons.  As long as you live there will be something more to learn.  And as long as you follow your heart and never stop learning, you’ll turn not older, but newer every day.  Read The Last Lecture.

There is a positive lesson in every life experience. – Don’t forget to acknowledge the lesson, especially when things don’t go your way.  If youmake a mistake that sets you back a little, or a business deal or a relationship doesn’t work, it only means a new opportunity is out there waiting.  And the lesson you just learned is the first step towards it.

True beauty lives under the skin. – When you start to really know someone, most of their physical characteristics vanish in your mind.  You begin to dwell in their energy, recognize their scent, and appreciate their wit.  You see only the essence of the person, not the shell.  That’s why you can’t fall in love with physical beauty.  You can lust after it, be infatuated by it, or want to own it.  You can love it with your eyes and your body for a little while, but not your heart in the long-term.  And that’s why, when you really connect with a person’s inner self, most physical imperfections become irrelevant

Only you know what you’re capable of. – Unless someone can look into the core of your heart, and see the degree of your passion, or look into the depths of your soul and see the extent of your will, then they have no business telling you what you can or cannot achieve.  Because while they may know the odds, they do not know YOU, and what you’re capable of.  That’s something only you know.

Your love creates your happiness. – The happiness you feel is in direct proportion to the love you give.  When you love, you subconsciously strive to become better than you are.  When you strive to become better than you are, everything around you becomes better too.  During your youth, love will be your teacher; in your middle age, love will be your foundation; and in your old age, love will be your fondest memories and your greatest delight.  Read The Road Less Traveled.

You earn respect by being respectful. – Respect isn’t something you can demand or manipulate by saying what you think people want to hear.  You earn respect by listening, acknowledging feelings and treating others with the same respect you hope to get in return.  Treat everyone with kindness and respect, even those who are rude to you – not because they are nice, but because you are.

Negativity poisons the soul. – Don’t let needless drama and negativity stop you from being the best you can be.  Avoid the drama, and focus on what truly matters.  Life is insanely short and your time is precious, so don’t waste your time on trivial matters.  Let go of the things that are weighing you down.  As you unclutter your life, you will slowly free yourself to answer the callings of your inner spirit.

Your health is your life. – Regardless of the size and shape of your body, it is the greatest tool you will ever own.  Without it, you wouldn’t be alive.  How you take care of it or fail to take care of it can make an enormous difference in the quality of your life.  Exercise to be fit, not skinny.  Eat to nourish your body.  To truly be your best, you must give your body the fuel it needs.  Toss the junk and fill your kitchen with fresh, whole foods.  Run, swim, bike, walk – sweat!  Good health is essential for having the energy, stamina and outlook to tackle your goals and dreams.

Letting go is part of moving on to something better. – You will not get what you truly deserve if you’re too attached to the things you’re supposed to let go of.  Sometimes you love, and you struggle, and you learn, and you move on.  And that’s okay.  You must be willing to let go of the life you planned for so you can enjoy the life that is waiting for you.

This moment is a gift. – The truth is, your whole life has been leading up to this moment.  Think about that for a second.  Every single thing you’ve gone through in life, every high, every low, and everything in between, has led you to this moment right now.  This moment is priceless, and it’s the only moment guaranteed to you.  This moment is your ‘life.’  Don’t miss it.  Read Tuesdays with Morrie

Your choices design your life. – You have a choice each and every single day.  Choose to appreciate what you have.  Choose to make time for yourself.  Choose to do something that makes you smile.  Choose to be excited.  Choose to laugh at your own silliness.  Choose to spend time with positive people.  Choose to be persistent with your goals.  Choose to try again and again.  Within your choices lie all the tools and resources you need to design the life of your dreams, it’s just a matter of choosing wisely.

Via: Marc Chernoff, MarcAndAngel

Social Media Impression

A social media footprint is the trail that you leave behind for others to find every time you upload a photo on Instagram, check in on Foursquare, share anything on Facebook, tweet on Twitter, pin on Pinterest boards, publish videos of yourself on YouTube, get tagged in a Flickr photo, add jobs and education info on LinkedIn, and so on.

Many brands are beginning to realize that something they shared in the past is not something they want others to see in the present. For example, a company that published an insensitive tweet or controversial photo while attempting to attract more consumers.

Similarly, individuals are getting into trouble for what they’ve posted (such as “sexy” photos or statements about hating one’s boss). Despite what you might think, whatever you post online, whether motivated through an emotionally charged moment of happiness, excitement, or anger, or in an attempt at leveraging social media to increase your company’s conversions, people take what you post as a real opinion.

Here are suggestions on how to refine your personal (or your company’s) social media footprint and be more vigilant in the future.

1. See What Comes Up

The first step toward getting a handle on your social media footprint is to see what comes up. Do an audit of the different sites you’ve been involved with. Platforms such as Facebook allow you to download your entire history that you can then comb through. While you may have signed up for accounts on many different social media sites, you might only be active on a few, but by being active, you attract Google’s attention. Searching for your name (or username) in Google will allow you to see what has been indexed.

From a business perspective, large brands with their hands in “everything” may find that they are too watered down to use social media marketing effectively. Reebok, for instance, recently deleted hundreds of Facebook pages once the company determined that it was spreading itself too thin and not being able to give each one proper atttention.

A thorough assessment of the information available about you or your brand is invaluable and indispensable before any decision is made about what to do can be made.

2. Delete Inactive Accounts

Once you determine which social media websites you intend to continue using and which you won’t, close the superfluous accounts. Unfortunately, this isn’t always a simple process as many platforms actually make it difficult to close your account. Or, they allow you to close the account but keep records of the information altruistically in case you change your mind. (Who knows what they have in mind for that data?)

3. Limit Access to Social Media Information

While it is tempting to let the world see your every last like, move and check-in, consider limiting who sees what. For example, you may want to limit your Foursquare check-ins to a handful of closer Foursquare friends as opposed to your hundreds of friends on Facebook.  On Facebook, as complicated as their privacy system appears to be, you can place limits on your content’s shareability, remove tagged photos of yourself that may work against you, hide the details of your profile so your page can’t be found in a Google search, and so forth. Keep in mind that for whichever social media account you’re using, you want to limit access to anything that might get you in trouble later on, deliberately sharing beneficial information at your convenience.

4. Conceal Questionable Material

If you’ve posted something in the past that is questionable, or can be reasonably interpreted as such, you’d probably find it advantageous to hide it or delete it completely. Unless the risk is acceptable, there’s no real need to allow the dissemination of dubious data.

5. Watch Your Words

Once you’ve set your limitations, simply watch what you say. Don’t post status updates that you know you are going to regret later. As a general rule of thumb, if you’re posting something in a moment of anger or impulsivity, or if you have doubts, abstain. Social media posts and updates are all about emotions and sharing them but it’s important to have some measure of self-control.

6. Change Your Name

If you use an unusual name that you know can and will be tied back to you such as “hotstud69,” I suggest cleaning it up by changing it to a more politically correct one (whether it’s your real name or not).

7. Be Wary of Future Posts and Tagging

Unfortunately, social media technology either exists or is being developed in ways that the average user has no idea about. One of these is facial recognition technology which is going to be able to tag you across the web. Posting a photo of you today might seem benign but it’s only when someone finds it and uses it in ways you never anticipated that it can become a problem for you.  With facial recognition software, it will be much more difficult to disassociate yourself from photos of you in the future. By staying up-to-date, you are in a better position to protect yourself.

Obscurity vs. Infamy

In the end, your social media footprint may likely fade into obscurity. Or, it may become a source of embarrassment and frustration. Don’t let the possibility of infamy due to negligence ruin your job prospects, relationships, and other personal aspects of your life. Make the changes you need to now.

Via
Brian Rotsztein Internet Marketing Strategist, Uniseo