Speed up your memory!

This is regarding the article “Speed up your memory” by Tooba Khan (YW, March 20). The article proved helpful to me as I am one of those who doesn’t remember things for a long time.

However, after reading this article, I am hopeful that I will remember things for a longer period as I have promised myself to follow the tricks discussed in the article.

Sameer,

Hyderabad

Talent takes you places

This is with the reference to the story “Talent takes you places” by Aliza Hameed (YW, March 20). The story was worth reading for the various lessons in it for the youth.

It taught youngsters that although a degree is important, yet it doesn’t portray your personality. It all depends on your skills and talents. If you don’t possess a good degree, but you have an amazing talent, the world will remember you. So, we should remain optimistic and never underestimate our talents.

Bilal Ahmed Shah,

Lahore

Blessing in disguise

This is with reference to the article “Blessing in disguise” by Nishwa Tasavvar (YW, April 17). It was a remarkable article regarding the blessings we have, yet we don’t know about them.

Our mental health should be our priority in the face of this Covid-19 pandemic. Since Covid-19 has come like a curse on mankind, on a brighter note, we can spend time on focusing on ourselves, our habits and also spend time with our loved ones. It’s a blessing in disguise.

Muzamil Haleem Mahar,

Jacobabad

Reflections and lessons

This is regarding the cover story “Reflections and lessons” by Ambreen Arshad (YW, April 17). I appreciate the writer for writing on a very significant topic, that is Covid-19 and the holy month of Ramazan.

I found this article very interesting as it provided a lot of information and meaningful lessons to its readers.

Sadia Abdul Jabbar,

Karachi

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The cover story “Reflections and lessons” by Ambreen Arshad was worth reading, enriched with good lessons to remember and follow not only in the month of Ramazan but also after it.

The write-up highlighted the lessons that we learnt last year. It provided useful points to act upon and bring positive changes in our personalities. Also, the article encouraged one to do good deeds as much as possible and as many times as possible.

Naveed Ahmed Mahar

Mubarakpur, Jacobabad

Published in Dawn, Young World, May 8th, 2021

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