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Project 366 2020 – WEEK 11

Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem

Peace and blessings be upon you all

Sunday, 8th March

Today, I attended a talk by Youth Club I’ve been wanting to attend since I’ve heard about it. A few days ago, I decided that I’ll not delay attending an event of theirs any longer so there I was.

The talk was called The Countdown. It was given by two speakers who described the major and minor signs of the Day of Judgement. The minor signs were very intriguing and new information for me. To know what I learnt about the minor signs, check out my blog post about it.

Monday, 9th March

I got free early today so instead of being able to go home at 12pm, my parents kept me busy in excursion that I got home by 6:30pm. Here’s a picture of the Secretariat in the excursion.

Tuesday, 10th March

Since I’ve given you all multiple views of Margalla Hills, why not another? Here’s one between E-10 & F-10.

Wednesday, 11th March

I had a free period but because of the rain, I was unable to go for a walk in the jogging track in front of me as the very entrance to the park was flooded.

Thursday, 12th March

Would you like to know what the inside of the skull looks like? Here you go! You can see anterior, middle and posterior cranial fossas (cavities). The black spot in the skull indicated the space in which the pituitary gland lies which is considered the ‘master gland’, i.e it controls the secretion of hormones of many endocrine glands.

Friday, 13th March

It’s my sibling’s birthday today and we return to my sibling’s favorite restaurant: Franco’s!

Saturday, 14th March

I suppose my unconscious and unknown craving for nihari was satisfied today at Chikachino. The rest of the day was followed by intense shopping at Centaurus. Today I got a notification about my college closure till 5th April due to Coronavirus. This is becoming an intense situation. I’m trying to stay within my colony now, so stay safe everyone!

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By Andale Seaworne

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14 replies on “Project 366 2020 – WEEK 11”

It sounds like you really enjoyed the talk.
Fantastic photos. It’s nice to see where you live.
The inside of the skull is very interesting.
The schools and colleges are still open here in England but it is a worrying time. Stay safe x

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Beautiful view of the mountains. Sounds like you found the talk inspiring. Hope your sibling enjoyed the trip to their favourite place. Keep safe! Our schools are still open, but the University has closed several colleges and departments already.

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An educational picture of the skull.
Will be interesting to see how your country reacts different to ours over the virus.
Happy belated birthday to your sibling, hope they had a good day

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I don’t think I’ve ever seen the inside of a skull – so interesting. Hope your sibling had a lovely birthday. We’ve just announced school closures because of the coronavirus – it all feels so uncertain at the moment. Hope that you stay well and safe. #project366

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Glad you managed to attend the talk you wanted to go to. Oh have never seen inside a skull before…that is pretty interesting. Hope your sibling had a lovely birthday!

Must admit I have never had nihari

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