Mir Moiz’s Weblog

Life is meaningful, only when one wishes to make it. We are creatures of time and we’ll wither away in it. The little moments of joy we find and create are all that will live with us.

Ramadan – The Truth!

Ramadan is perceived by many to be a Muslim festival. It is not just that. It is a spiritual transformation for 30 days.
For those who view Ramadan with skepticism, this video will show what it is all about, in a demonstrable way.

The Ugly Pakistani

Same applies to Pakistan.

The Shape of things to Come… Sooon Sooon

Massive disruption is on its way guys. Serious.
Next 10 years… Mannn

– MIR

World Government Summit 2017 – Elon Musk in Dubai

I appreciate some of the subjective and philosophical questions that Mr. Mohammad Al Gergawi asked Elon Musk, yet I feel he stressed too much on questioning – the merits of why he does what he does!

At the end of the day, he is one another Human whom God has placed on this earth to serve a purpose.
We all know, God can use and mobilize anyone anywhere with any belief system.

Muslims have a history that is worth appreciating where innovation was at the core.
God stipulated in all books that Man must look deeply at the things created by God and to contemplate.

Yet today most Muslims, seem to think – Life is not worth the investigation and insight that we all must do.
They rather focus on the basic needs for life itself only, work and home.

I believe we are loosing a very significant part of our heritage. Insight is what, we all must re-awaken.

Video Link

– MIR

Remembering Hyderabad Deccan

This rare footage is a prized one to understand the pinnacle of development Hyderabad Deccan was at during 1900s.

It was the gold from Hyderabad Deccan that financed the State Bank of Pakistan in 1948.

Wikipedia for some history.

– MIR

 

Elon Musk

I simply adore this guy 🙂
Exceptional role model for innovators.

How Elon Musk Started

– MIR

Leadership Crisis Indeed

Sahil Sahib has substance in his talk. It is indeed a major void that has been left unchecked for a very long time.
If this generation would not take part in filling it – it will become a disease.

We have to help ourselves and bridge the missing mindset while obtaining the necessary cultural exposures and social skills to evoke the beautifully constructive qualities and intellect within.

A country of 60% young minds – needs this as an imperative.

– MIR