ETERNAL ILLUMINATION1 - E TERNAL I LLUM I NAT I ON ASAD...

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ETERNAL ILLUMINATI ON
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ASAD REHMAN 2
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Read, for your lord is most beneficent, who taught by the pen, taught men what he 3
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did not know. Al-Alaq-3.4.5 4
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Acknowl edgements 5
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My work is inspired by the people I love, who have stood by me through all phases of my life. My courage. My motivation. PREFACE This book encompasses different phases of the human life. My life is like everyone else’s; it is a palette with unending colors, the monotones intertwine forming the lattice of my being. Our existence is not alone rather our souls breathe in harmony with each other and therefore, this book resonates not my life only, but ours. 6
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I have tried to make it interesting and included a variety of creative work. There are reflective essays, informative articles, stories dealing with psychological, moral and social aspects of life. ’ The mortal man- immortal memories’ dwells nearest to my soul. It is a synopsis of every experience life has handed me. The short stories are but a mature view towards my childhood falsies and how I still earnestly hold on to them. Yes, the realities of life have blinded us with the cash flows and inflation of the economy but life looses so many of its beauty when fiction and the will to make believe are lost. The proses presented more concern the daily happenings of life and my humble view on ways they should be perceived and tackled. Some views might enlighten you, some may relate to you directly. Descriptive writing is but an extended version of my imagination, when I limit it less to the constraints of a short word limit. I have taken incidents close to reality in this section as they render themselves befitting as I believe there is nothing like the truth that can be more precise and believable. My section Seek the Light is a minor effort to instigate purpose into the lives of my readers. By acknowledging some aspects that I consider wondrous in the development of the human generation, I hope to instill at least some views to reflect upon, and hopefully come up with your own motives in life. Illusive yet nothing closer to reality is the expression that one gives when he becomes a poet. In my poet’s corner I have selected topics that have molded me into the man that I have become; a closer look at the life I live. It has been my pleasure to write this book but writing this book was not an easy work for me as there were a lot other 7
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projects along to be worked on. But my passion for writing didn’t give me much difficult time and so I carried on my work side by side with the other projects. Organization of these small pieces of writings was not an easy task for me. I gave my writings the shape of a book while taking care that my readers should not be bored and be racing through the last pages and keeps my readers in the edge of their seats. In the end, as much as I have grown attached to my work I
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course ENGLISH 202 taught by Professor Asad during the Spring '08 term at Lahore School of Economics.

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