My Village

Me on hill near my sweet village πŸ™‚

View of my village from hill near the village. You can see the lake has covered the village from two sides which seems awesome.
posing at less than 1 km away from my former house in village

Me, enjoying pausing by lake, my village can be seen in background.


120 thoughts on “My Village

  1. Awww…. is it this hard now to come here? Is this big dream of yours to come to states? I know some Lebanese people I care for here whose family come over all the time..but their daughter said this was not so easy anymore. Why on earth is it so hard?

    • States is land of professional people so they expect highly professional ones. Thanks. I always wanted to come States but now am afraid of coming there because of high rate of crimes but still its my dream to work in Hollywood film industry. I love movies. I’ve skills or abilities except I know something about movies.

  2. High crime? LOL..well, that depends upon where you live, just like any place in the world. Your highest crime areas would be places like New York, Chicago, Vegas, Los Angeles (CA)…places like that. USA is a big place with many areas, and there are many areas are not high crime. There is nothing to be afraid of here..actually, less than most places in the world. There is more freedom to many things, but, unfortunately, those are slowly being taken away compared to how it used to be.

    • aw thanks a lot, Leonaa πŸ™‚ thats a great compliment and my village said you “thanks” in response πŸ™‚ I dont live in my village now because of job purposes. Village has many beauties but its hard to survive their financially for person like me. So I left. Thanks again. I’d love to have you there for visit purposes.

  3. I am so glad to see you looking both happy and adventuresome. You look brave (yet you have a kind soul.) I wish you happiness! I could be around your mother’s age, so I will keep you in my prayers.

  4. Beautiful place. Is this in India? (Forgive me for my ignorance.) Why do you say it’s a heaven place full of hell people? Your neighbors aren’t nice? Haha. Thanks for stopping by my site! I’ll be back my yours soon. πŸ™‚

    • Thanks, Jessica πŸ™‚ No, its Pakistan but neighbor country of India. Yeah, people have no idea that how precious and awesome place they have. That sucks me. Most welcome πŸ™‚

    • sure, most welcome. No, I dont have a family there now, but its not far from the town where I live. Its 48 km away by road and if theres no lake then this distance can 18 km just. Most of my relatives and villagers live in Birmingham, England.

  5. That’s a beautiful scene! I’ve always wanted to visit my dad’s village in India, but still haven’t gotten the chance too! You’re lucky though! If you don’t mind me asking, are you from India or Pakistan?

  6. Se aprecia una alta calidad humana en ti, no la pierdas. Con toda la situaciΓ³n tan dificil que se vive en aquellas regiones, es agradable ver que tambiΓ©n hay quienes estΓ‘n enfocados en darle a esta vida solamente un lado constructivo.
    Que tus planes a futuro se cumplan.
    Un abrazo.

  7. I said itΒ΄s evident that you have good set of moral values and I hope you donΒ΄t ever miss them.
    Knowing about the difficult situation in the middle east where you grew up, ItΒ΄s allways gratefull to find people focus on pursue only constructive side in their lives,
    The best wishes for your future plans about cinema.
    I expect you can,

    • aw thanks a lot for your lovely words and vital time. That means a lot to me as you translated again and given your worthy time. Have a great time πŸ™‚

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