Safdar, who?



Safdar Sikandar


Citizen of Karachi – Pakistan

Urdu Sindhi English


49 thoughts on “Safdar, who?

  1. Well, my younger brother too is doing his articleship at an auditor’s office.. and spends his not-too-much spare time writing stories and demanding my review πŸ˜‰ Nice to find ur blog here.. I will surely go through it from August… just dropped in here to thank u for following my blog πŸ™‚ take care

  2. never expected someone to explain himself in such a way. My friend certainly has some power in his words. what this rotten soul wants is that his friend keeps on exploring the hidden treasures that are embedded in his seemingly useless mind.

  3. Keep sharpening your penmanship, Safdar! I would like to see how you gradually distil your wisdom and experience through words and ideas. All the best and happy October to you!

  4. Glad you appeared on my blog, just made a great score to find yours now.
    A mathnawi of Rumi comes to mind for you, ‘Two Wings’ :

    Observe the qualities of expansion
    and contraction in the fingers of your hand:
    surely after the closing of the fist comes the opening.
    If the fingers were always closed or always open,
    the owner would be crippled.
    Your movement is governed by these two qualities:
    they are as necessary to you
    as two wings are to a bird. (mathnawi III, 3762-66).

    Loved your intro! Cheers.

  5. You’re smooth with words. Amazing stuff. Reading you gave a very genuine and comforting feel of clarity, which is very rare.
    I’ll be looking forward to more of your posts.
    Best of luck for your writings. (Y)

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