Full Name: Fazal ul haq

School Affiliation: New Era Grammer School

Nationality: Pakistan

Description:  Difficulties in your life do not come to destroy you, but to help you realize your hidden potential and power. Let difficulties know that you too are DIFFICULT.

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Comment by Maria Isabel Mendiola on September 25, 2013 at 12:20am

really nice :)

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on September 23, 2013 at 11:49am

Fazal ! your blog post so much touched my innermost sentiment so much so that I could not resist to only like your post but to make comments.Obviously, difficulties in live have never come to destroy one but to help to realize one's hidden potentials as you've rightly said.But  most significantly to unlock these potentials and powers for the betterment of self and humanity in  that individual who has been able to stand the test of time."Though time never last but though people last"how many can stand the purification?That makes the difference among humankinds

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