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Project 366 2020 -WEEK 27

Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem

Peace and blessings be upon you all

Sunday, 28th June

A friend shared an excerpt of a book he was reading which explained the concept of wormholes. The description and its content was very similar to the concept shared in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar so I got excited to read this book. He sent me a pdf file of this book. After reading The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes and Muhammad by Martin ling, I’ll read this book. Do give it a read whenever you can

Monday, 29th June

For those of you who play video games or have children that pay video games, you may have come across this game: The Last of Us. It’s an amazing game with the thrill of killing zombies and a very deep and beautiful story. Here’s a picture of one of the zombies called a Clicker. To know more about this game, click the link to my blog post here or at the end of this post.

Tuesday, 30th June

I came across this well designed the picture that reminds us of the sacrifices people working in the health sector have made and are making to save people from Corona Virus. This picture shows portraits of every doctor who has lost his or her life in the battle against Corona Virus. May their efforts be glorified and not in vain and may we talk safety precautions for their sake.

Wednesday, 1st July

My family loved the food at BLT so we went there again. BLT is located here along with multiple restaurants like Howdy, Gloria Jeans, Golden Dragon, Cafe Aylanto and Sattar Buksh (A Pakistani twist to Star Bucks).

My mother talked the waiter into getting us a free cheesecake, but when we opened our food home, we found out we had one meal missing. Baba had to go all the way there to get the meal. Strange; we had to unintentionally exchange one meal for one slice of cheesecake…..

Thursday, 2nd July

Do you wonder where you’re brain’s resting place is? Here it is, the base of the skull. The big hole at the back is where the spinal cord connects to the brain. The tiny holes you can see here are passageways for nerves and vessels too enter and exit the central nervous system.

Friday, 3rd July

Life is often tough when you make quick decisions and the consequences of those decisions are not what you expected. A lot of video games like a Game of Thrones game like played and this game shown above called Detroit: Become Human are very well designed games where you are given multiple choices as to how to respond; calmly, empathetic, angrily, etc. If you wish, you can take a life or spare one. Such games are great for decision making but often stressful when things turn out bad. On the other hand, Detroit is an interesting game as you’re making rational and emotional human decisions……through a robot who doesn’t possess emotions.

Saturday, 4th July

Raindrops will fall on my head soon…………………

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Blog posts this week:

Contentment in a materialistic world — My Guest Post on Musings of a Spectacled Mind

BUBBLE 56 – THE LAST OF US PART 1

HARAM! HARAM! HARAM! – Guest Post by Azra Rahman

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By Andale Seaworne

21. Pakistani. Muslim. People call me tubelight. Life is a roller coaster life but if you focus on the ups in life and have faith, life will be beautiful
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23 replies on “Project 366 2020 -WEEK 27”

That book does sound interesting.
Eek! That looks like a scary game. I’m sure my teen would love it.
That picture is beautiful. It is so sad to think of all the medical professionals who’ve lost their life treating people with Coronavirus.
The picture of the skull is interesting. The body is an amazing thing. x

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We’ve had too many raindrops on our head lately! The photo of the doctors is really poignant. It’s a real reminder of the sacrifice that has been made by so many. Here’s hoping there won’t be many more added to the photo in future.
The zombie from the game looks really scary.

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I have not heard of The Last of Us but it sounds like something my husband and kids would love to play. I cannot wait to eat out at a restaurant again

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Wow that picture of all the doctors who have lost their lives to coronavirus is a very moving one. I’ve heard of The Last of Us but I’ve never played it. Those clouds look very moody. #project366

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The book you suggested sounds intriguing, I had a quick look on amazon, you can get second-hand copies for a good price. I also spotted it’s published by the OUP. I’m not into gaming much, the only game we play with my younger son is Wizards Unite, based on Harry Potter books/films. He does love gaming on Xbox, I expect he will be doing more when he’s older.
The collage made of all the medical professionals who lost their lives due to Covid is poignant and a stark reminder that it should be taken seriously. There are too many idiots who think the lockdown rules don’t apply to them.

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Wormholes are a fascinating concept, I truly believe there has to be other life of some description out there somewhere.
Oh dear at the missing meal, I hate when that happens.

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I hope you got it all sorted with BLT, so annoying when something is missing from a food order. You can guarantee it is always the item you were most looking forward to! That picture is beautiful yet heartbreaking in euqal measure. So many sacrifices so we can keep safe, the least we can do is take lockdown seriously! Hope you are all having a lovely week! Sim x

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The picture of the doctors who lost their lives is very moving – a great tribute to their sacrifice and a reminder of how serious this whole thing was and still is. I still can’t believe the huge crowds of people on beaches and in shopping centres – eeeek ! Sorry to hear about your missing meal – so annoying when that happens !

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I studied the skull for my dental nurse training so love the intricacies of the brain’s protection. So many brave and deciated health workers have died to save others and we must honour them. #project366

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The zombie looks a bit freaky! Must have been so annoying to go back to get the meal. That happened to us recently but then they came and delivered it.

Amazing view of the skull and where the brain sits.

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