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Thursday, 17 September 2015

Another Season Rolls By


The transition has finally been made from the old and the dark, to the new and the bright. More than just cosmetics, this change marks the fresh outlook of what I have learned and experienced in recent years. Choke on This has finally shed its shadowy interior for a more calming and open look, one that will hopefully make readers even more comfortable.

Simply an inversion

I have been wanting to change the layout and design for quite some time but never seemed to find the time to do so. Many things have been going on in my life that have distracted me from blogging, though I would not say that they are terrible or unwanted distractions.

All fires start small
I have always been reserved in what I share with people, as I feel that a lot of things are better off kept to one's self rather than just blurt it all out to people without thinking of the effects and consequences. If you look at my posts here, and if you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you would notice how I tend to not comment on current issues or anything that is trendy or viral at the time. People tend to share too much on things that their not really informed about. Worse is the fact that they would not even care to do any research into the subject. The result of the laziness and ignorance? Exactly what they say about fuel and fire.

If only people took the more noble and logical step to actually look into the matter thoroughly without adding their two cents first. Yes, the issues can be trivial or even downright silly, but it still deserves truth and fairness. Whether it is about political problems, social misconducts, celebrity feuds, or just poor civilians whose shame or mistakes have been spread across the Net, these matters are almost always taken out of context with some being subject to manipulations and distortions.

So that's a little bit about on how I come up with my personal posts and the things that I share. Choke on This will be celebrating its 7th Blogoversary and I still can't believe that those seven years have taught me so much. Everyday I am thankful to Allah for the things that have been given to me. I have a wonderful and supportive family, amazing friends from all kinds of backgrounds, a dream job that I truly enjoy despite the challenges, and the hope of more good things to come.

Life is not all rainbows and sunshine and hardships will come whether you are prepared for it or not. But all that comes will be beneficial and will make us grow and become better versions of ourselves. All will be possible as long as we have faith in Allah.

Always look forward to that blue sky




Take care everyone. I write this while wishing the best for all of you. And hopefully you can do the same for me.


Looking forward for more blog posts and Blogoversaries. Later!

1 comment:

Ahmad Naeem said...

yo, hang tukaq username rupanya haha..coolios man keep choking on this!