Posts Tagged ‘Girl’

Too many sorrows

December 12, 2009

There are too many sorrows, as she woke up, she cried so much in her bed.
She has to pretend that no things happened, she has to pretend that she is good but she lied, she fears about her future, she fears about the recent events in her life. She fears about all of bitter events of recent week.
She wish she could talk with someone about her fears, her tears. But she cant trust anybody anymore. She bureid these pains in her heart.
She has so many pains so many wounds, but she can’t tell anybody. In fact nobody exist for secrecy.
She has deteriorative days. And the worst is she is alone both phisically and mentally. Therefore she passed them alone. Nobody protect her. She needs someone who support her mentally:(

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Volume

November 28, 2009

I still remember them as well as the day I heard. Each of those sentences. The description about what was once? what was overall size of files? And where and how and why they are restored. And supposed some day I reach them.

This event will never happen. I’ll never see them…

The girl woke early and remembered these memories and tears washed her face.
I will never see the files like never they exits. They were always far from my eyes. I’m afraid even that may have been deleted…

My god… What I done with myself?

Illusion

November 10, 2009

Many things were effect less, like my tears.
The girl whispered the above sentence and cried more…

Now she knew the her feelings and thoughts are not important at all. She knew that she isn’t  number one like former. In fact, she was trying for something that does not exist and not exist from beginning.

Girls ponder with herself, how she affected with this much of  illusion?

No one Else

November 9, 2009

Contrary

November 7, 2009

The girl thought  this method is effective. She thought it  is the best way. In fact, the only existing way to maintain the  self-esteem. Answered, but the contrary.

The girl was upset. Because she made herself the enemies that never seen them. The girl was upset. Because her main enemy, was someone who should be her main friend. However, girl has a strange fate. Apparently she always has the hardest way to reach her goals or perhaps there is no reach in this time. God knows.

Pain and Cure

November 5, 2009

The girl trying to be stand up. These days, she was very weak… She is trying to smile and forget her pains. Her only way to live was consistency with pains. She knew very well that she can’t  treat these wounds, she knew well that she lost control of the situation. In fact, her life was in crisis!

So little girl practice to live with her pains peacefully. It is important point that the source of pain and cure is same. Although the source of pain, was uninformed from the existence of the pain in the girl’s soul. Or maybe was informed but, prefer to pretend it is not important.

However, knowing this pain did not treat any of girl’s wounds. She was taught that lives alone.

I should stress that nobody really knows her, knowbody knows her pains, nobody knows her wounds. nobody really knows her… nobody really knows her… nobody really knows her.. :((

Super Girl

November 3, 2009

Everyone saw the beauty, but no one saw the Pain…

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She was trying to be good. In fact, she is demonstrating that “I’m good”. She do her best job. You should know that she Was able to play the role of good people. she smile, when her heart is smash. She was able to laugh, while she had decay from inside. Yes, everybody known her as a Strong Girl. nobody knows her pains, her tears, her wounds.
Nobody really knows her. nobody knows her… nobody knows her…

The girl trying to not cry. she was trying to stay alive. she was trying to not dead. she was trying to take breath, however, difficult. Although difficult…

You can tell by the way, she walks that she’s my girl
You can tell by the way, she talks that she rules the world.
You can see in her eyes that no one is her chain.
She’s my girl, my supergirl.

And then she’d say, it’s Ok, I got lost on the way
but I’m a supergirl, and supergirls don’t cry.
And then she’d say, it’s alright, I got home late tast night,
but I’m a supergirl, and supergirls just fly.

And then she’d say that nothing can go wrong.
When you’re in love, what can go wrong?
And then she’d laugh the nightime into day
pushing her fear further long.

And then she’d say, it’s Ok, I got lost on the way
but I’m a supergirl, and supergirls don’t cry.
And then she’d say, it’s alright, I got home, late last night
but I’m a supergirl, and supergirls just fly.

And then she’d shout down the line tell me she’s got no more time
’cause she’s a supergirl, and supergirls don’t hide.
And then she’d scream in my face, tell me that leave, leave this place
’cause she’s a supergirl, and supergirls just fly

Yes, she’s a supergirl, a supergirl,
she’s sewing seeds, she’s burning trees
She’s sewing seeds, she’s burning trees,
yes, she’s a supergirl, a supergirl, a supergirl, my supergirl.

There was no Flower in pot

October 31, 2009

250 years BC in ancient China a Prince decided to get married. He consult with his Wise staff  and decided to invite all  of young girls in his zone to choose deserve one .

When the old palace servant, heard the story become very sad because her daughter was secretly in love with Prince. Her daughter told mom: she will join to Prince party. Mother said: You haven’t any chance to be elected, you are not rich and not very nice.

Daughter answered: I know he never chose me, but at least it is an opportunity for me to see him closely.

Promised day came and the  Prince told girls: I give to each of you a seed, a girl who brings me the most beautiful flowers within 6 months, is the future queen of China.

The old woman’s daughter also obtained a seed and inseminate it into a pot.

Three months passed and No flower was grown. The girl talked with many gardeners and learned many Floriculture methods, but no one of them was effective. No flower was grown…
Meeting day came,  The girl attended with her empty pot. And other girls had very beautiful flowers of different colors and forms in their pots.

Promised moment came.The Prince reviewed each pots carefully and Finally announced that servant’s daughter will be his future wife.

All protested that the Prince has chosen someone who haven’t any flower in her pot! Prince explained: This girl is only one that breeding a flower which deserves her to become emperor’s wife: Honesty …

All seeds that you gave were infertile, there was no possibility that they become flowers.

From Paulo Coelho book

Is There Anything Good About Men?

April 13, 2008

You’re probably thinking that a talk called “Is there anything good about men” will be a short talk! Recent writings have not had much good to say about men. Titles like “Men Are Not Cost Effective” speak for themselves. Maureen Dowd’s book was called “Are Men Necessary?” and although she never gave an explicit answer, anyone reading the book knows her answer was no. Brizendine’s book “The Female Brain” introduces itself by saying, “Men, get ready to experience brain envy.” Imagine a book advertising itself by saying that women will soon be envying the superior male brain!

Nor are these isolated examples. Eagly’s research has compiled mountains of data on the stereotypes people have about men and women, which the researchers summarized as “The WAW effect.” WAW  stands for “Women Are Wonderful.” Both men and women hold much more favorable views of women than of men. Almost everybody likes women better than men. I certainly do.

 My purpose in this talk is not to try to balance this out by praising men, though along the way I will have various positive things to say about both genders. The question of whether there’s anything good about men is only my point of departure. The tentative title of the book I’m writing is “How culture exploits men,” but even that for me is the lead-in to grand questions about how culture shapes action. In that context, what’s good about men means what men are good for, from the perspective of the system.

Hence this is not about the “battle of the sexes,” and in fact I think one unfortunate legacy of feminism has been the idea that men and women are basically enemies. I shall suggest, instead, that most often men and women have been partners, supporting each other rather than exploiting or manipulating each other.

Nor is this about trying to argue that men should be regarded as victims. I detest the whole idea of competing to be victims. And I’m certainly not denying that culture has exploited women. But rather than seeing culture as patriarchy, which is to say a conspiracy by men to exploit women, I think it’s more accurate to understand culture (e.g., a country, a religion) as an abstract system that competes against rival systems — and that uses both men and women, often in different ways, to advance its cause.

Also I think it’s best to avoid value judgments as much as possible. They have made discussion of gender politics very difficult and sensitive, thereby warping the play of ideas. I have no conclusions to present about what’s good or bad or how the world should change. In fact my own theory is built around tradeoffs, so that whenever there is something good it is tied to something else that is bad, and they balance out.

I don’t want to be on anybody’s side. Gender warriors please go home.

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An Iranian Succeed Girl

January 22, 2008

I’m so glad to heard about an Iranian succeed girl.  Dr Gelareh Zadeh is the youngest female brain surgeon in Britain. she born in Shiraz. you can find more about her by reading the continue of this post:

Have brain surgery and be home for tea

Dr Gelareh Zadeh

Patients with brain tumours are to be offered fast-track day surgery for the first time.

The procedure, during which the patient remains awake, is being pioneered by Britain’s youngest female brain surgeon working with a team based at University College Hospital. Dr Gelareh Zadeh, 35, is a specialist in malignant brain tumours and one of the few female brain surgeons in the world.

Her first patient was 52-year-old businesswoman Deborah Calder, who had the operation in July and has since made a full recovery. Dr Zadeh told the Evening Standard today that there has already been interest from other London hospitals in the work of the Brain Metastatic Clinic and the technique is to be adopted by the NHS.

Until now, patients have had to stay in hospital for up to a week after brain tumour surgery to allow them to recover fully from the after-effects of a general anaesthetic. But with day surgery, doctors can use a local anaesthetic which they inject into the patient’s scalp to “freeze” it before making an incision in their skull.

Dr Zadeh said: “The fact the patient can be awake makes them feel a lot better after surgery and it makes it a lot easier for doctors to operate.

“It is also good for cancer patients who cannot tolerate a general anaesthetic. Before, people would have to stay in for at least two days and sometimes up to a week. Deborah chatted to us all during the operation and after observingher and doing a scan we were happy to let her home to her family.”

Mrs Calder, who had cancer in her lungs before it spread to her brain, married her partner of 20 years, 72-year-old Johnny, a few days after having the operation. She said: “When I first found out my cancer had spread to the brain I was really shocked and upset, especially as they couldn’t say what my chances were.

“But they got me into surgery really quickly and Gelareh was almost like a friend to me. She is so caring, a really exceptional and special person. I trusted her totally and the whole team made me feel very safe.”

“It was a bit strange at first when they started putting pins into my head but I knew that if anything went wrong then they would give me a general anaesthetic. By the evening I was at home with my family having a cup of tea. There is no doubt this saved my life. It has given me a whole new lease of life.”

More than half of all adult brain tumours are caused by cancer in other parts of the body spreading.

The aim of the Brain Metastatic Clinic is to identify patients with secondary brain tumours so their treatment can be managed effectively. Day brain surgery is already a standard procedure in other countries.