A sight of me

Normally, people have various hobbies and interests like driving, listening to music,going to gym and playing sports.however, i feel that my interest are a bit different than the most of the people.i am a animal lover and i love to spend time with them. Among all the animal my favorite animal is white tiger this is because of my experience of seeing one and meeting one through my friend Usama Farooq who took me to his farmhouse for this purpose. initially, i was a bit apprehensive and fearful of meeting white tigers due to their wild nature.however, when i met and saw white tiger in front of me i realized how precious that animal is and at the same time how beautiful can a creature can be. Seeing white tigers was a great experience and  got to learn some facts about white tigers which i would like to share with all animal lovers. for example, never bow in front of white tigers but stay upfront, never show your back to the white tigers and ever run in front of them. All this annoys white tiger and he might attack you as he gets distracted and thinks of you as something dangerous. Also, if white tiger is not in a good mood,it is advisable not to go near them one of the startling facts about white tigers is that they stay upfront even when you shoot them this is due to their strength God blessed them with.

After meeting white tigers,i was left amazed and awestruck at the same time. Due to this experience, i would advise all such animal lovers not to treat any creature with harshness but rather treating every animal with love and respect which it deserves the most.1 2 3 4





While I started writing about my life in LSE hostel, the first thing that came to my mind  was “Everyone is going to think this post is about work, friends, relationships,  assignments, exams, studies and a tough life so no one might bother scrolling down  and reading my post”.


However, this could not demotivate me from writing about  another life in LSE which most of the students are not aware of and I wanted my  words to make them experience the beauty I have seen in this bachelor’s life                   apart  from the usual boring studious life. Living in a room with four roommates seemed tough to me because of the                    different  routines everyone has, different life styles and different conversation mode.


This became even tougher when my elder sister left the hostel and I felt myself in a chaos where I was alone, not cared enough anymore and didn’t have much to have fun  except my  books  and  laptop  with  some  good  TV  series.  But life is more than watching TV series and reading books and I realized this when           I  started mingling with people in my hostel.


It would not be wrong to say that shopping with friends never becomes boring even           if  you go to the same place every day just like I never feel LSE’s liberty shopping trip     on  Wednesday and Saturdays monotonous or boring instead I find new things every    time  from eating gol gappay to window shopping and buying random groceries.

The story will be half told if I don’t mention the beautiful people I am blessed with           who  have once been strangers but now they are more than a family to me.


On every birthday, the celebrations we do, surprises we plan in hostel with limited  facilities yet every effort to make the birthday girl feel special, telling stories and  laughing about  friends, sharing the family problems it feels like we all share our families,  we share our lives and  share  the  truths  we  live  with. Somewhere  somehow the night at LSE never  completes  without  going  out on the roads we run to catch our classes every day.

But after 6pm, those roads are no more the same; they are calm, so calm that                one can  hear the noise of birds, cats and even leaves falling apart from trees and the         cool breeze  which freshens the breath after a day full of assignments and studies.

These few moments after 6pm take me back in the thought of whom I am, what am I  doing and why am I doing this and makes me prepared for a challenge every day be        it   academic  or  personal  or  anything.  To me, LSE is not just a place to study, it is something more, is a place of peace, a  get together with my young family, a celebration every   night   with my room-mates  and a life in which we figure out a way to be happy no matter how tough things   get, to me LSE after 6pm is a time worth seeing.




Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.” ― Edgar Allan Poe, Eleonora