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    Hello!! Introduction? Introduction!

    Because we're a warrior people. Let the child be, please. @Ayesha Shaukat Raja welcome, happy foruming
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    Smoker's Corner

    The Healer's Puff As fates would have it at a young age I found myself in a position of training my peers even seniors by age as a part of my responsibilities. This happens to stem from one such experience, an officer under my training was on call with me one day, he was a fellow psychologist...
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    Wanderers Carl Sagan

    Thank you for that deep insight of yours, fellow wanderer and the voice of the ever bright Sagan
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    War Poems

    Home in the mountains I felt at home in the mountains, where I know I do not belong. Away from the bright lights of the city, the city where I am from where you are from, where you will live and you will die but perhaps my fate is here. For I do not come as a visitor, like you, I feel at home in...
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    Dying

    Amen, brother. I'm well, brother!
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    Dying

    Sir, it's been an honor knowing you and I am extremely humbled that you shared with me. My deepest respects, sir, I would love to accompany you down memory lane to honor and remember them. That's a beautiful thought brother I loved what you wrote. I too wish to hug my grandfather, maternal...
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    Dying

    Indeed brother, some men even earn death's honor. Thank you for sharing that with me.
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    Dying

    Why thank you so much brother, your words mean a lot to me, yes you are correct, life hasn't been going very well recently but I'm always have been happy to return to PDF and feel at home with my brothers. So thank you from the bottom of my heart, brother, salvate! Ironically from one Mongol to...
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    Dying

    That's derived from Marcus Aurelius's works, brother :) I'd suggest reading his own words about them and see for yourself Indeed, laughter is the enemy of the void, sir.
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    Dying

    One who has a why to live for can endure any how after all, sir, eh? Neither are you, sir :)
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    Dying

    Sir, glad to see you in high spirits. I've reached the same contentment as you, what other better way could there be to go if one must but with a smile. Would love to brother, I have studied it for quite some time :) Would love to brother, I have studied it for quite some time :)
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    Dying

    Dying, the warrior’s perspective Pardon me, dearest reader, for I am in a somber mood and the picture does not seem to be improving anytime soon. After all, we are in strange times or perhaps we have been and now we merely realize it? The last two months have been really hard on me as despite...
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    Featured OP-ED: War Days, finding an unlikely ally

    Thank you so much for your kind words, brother, I really appreciate it. I really love your idea as well, thank you for your encouragement :) Warmest regards and stay blessed brother.
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    Featured OP-ED: War Days, finding an unlikely ally

    Loads of bullets, brother, ambush only works if you can surprise your enemy. The dogs made such a ruckus that no one was asleep so they were ready to take them head on Sure. The public perception is not really accurate and the people in uniform don't really like to open up about our inner...
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    Featured OP-ED: War Days, finding an unlikely ally

    War Days: Finding an unlikely ally This is one of the most interesting things I’ve experienced; I shall try to tell the story as accurately as I can without revealing any sensitive details. Hopefully one day we shall revisit and write names, locations and make it useful for future generations...

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