It was all started in 2009 when a doctor told me that I would only have another 10 years to live if my liver problem was being treated. He did not give me any choice because he saw me as a poor student and the treatment was expensive. I was only 21 years old university … Continue reading Notes: Recovery
Sometimes I wonder, where are the good people going? Sometimes, I feel that there are not many good genuinely kind people around. If some are being too kind, I often think that there must be motivation behind that. Or if some are being too friendly, sometimes I think that they would just blast me in … Continue reading Notes: Good People, Good Heart
Since we are going to stay for another one or two years in Dhaka, I decided to make a new project for myself which I called #BreakIntoBangladesh. This project is supposed to help me understand Bangladesh better, as some of you might be aware that Dhaka has been ranked at fourth least-liveable city by The … Continue reading Notes: #BreakIntoBangladesh Project
Immigrants make a great entrepreneur because they are the CEO of their life, they take the risk to start their new life in a strange land.
When I am upset and depressed, I run. While I am running, I am crying. Nobody knows but I feel good about it. Nobody sees the tears behind the shade that I wear; nobody sees that there is a weak and fragile soul behind the strong body. Nobody. At the end, everyone has their own struggle that … Continue reading Notes: So I Run
Toronto, Sept 17 2015 It was 10:06 p.m. when I stepped into the house last night. I just got home from watching the premiere of Indonesian film "A Copy of My Mind" at 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. I felt restless and extremely exhausted. All I thought about was a good night sleep. After I finished shower and … Continue reading You Never Miss What You Had Until It’s Gone