Qamar Ali Khan

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Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?

Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Social media is really thriving. It has literally changed the meanings of social interaction and connectivity. A large number of social media platforms have emerged within the last 10 to 12 years and people, businesses, and organizations started following each other on these networks because of the extreme ease and facility to spread their word globally and to know each other across the world. That's like a magic, and this magic has captivated the world population.

(At the end of this post, please view some mesmerizing pictures of my country, and you'll love it.)


Why Some Social Media Networks Are Ruling Unchallenged?

Because of rapid acceptance of social media among masses and professional bodies, some social media platforms became more attractive to users than others. There are various reasons behind being more attractive for these networks. One of the reasons is that these platforms offered some efficient and most required services to their users. So, these particular networks started growing up in terms of the number of users and to accumulating and reaping financial benefits. The users' tilt towards these particular networks caused them to dominate the social media. This domination grew up to the level of a monopoly in their respective fields of operations. This is inevitable that monopoly leads to dictatorship. So these dominating networks became dictators because of absence of any significant competition. The result of the monopolistic and dictatorial mindset gave birth to the evil of selfishness, self-serving, favoritism, and discriminatory practices by the management of these networks. They did, and are doing, what they want; and the ordinary users as well as publishers, their needs, complaints, and say is completely ignored. These channels never bother to have the opinion of their users before formulating and implementing any change. This monopoly has made these channels so bold that they're not only trading their users’ information, but are managing all the figures related to their users’ engagement level. One of the main purpose of such a practice is to make more money and to strengthen their hold. The writer community has directly suffered from the negative treatment of these professional social networks. They saw the worst there with their writing work and how these networks are manipulating their valuable contribution.

How I Joined beBee?

When we look at the entire scenario, the picture looks very disappointing and gloomy for an ordinary social media user, and more discouraging for ordinary, unprivileged, but highly capable and talented writers. In these worse conditions, I saw the

Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan emergence of beBee. A friend of mine, John White, informed me about a new professional social media channel, rapidly making its grounds. He invited me to visit the site and join it. It looked something very unbelievable, considering the strong roots and influence of the current professional social media networks. Anyhow, I visited the site and immediately sensed that the style and the benefits offered by beBee were looking very attractive and meaningful to professional and ordinary users. So, as a social media addict and as a believer of social media effectiveness, I was impressed a lot to join this wonderful network. 

What was Behind My Joining beBee?

John told me that beBee was an affinity social media network for professionals. I got everything, but the term “affinity” really was confusing. When I checked the site in depth, I found out something outstanding that I haven't seen in other networks. 

1. I saw that beBee is connecting like-minded people; people of the similar fields, professions, and interests with each other. Upon entering your professional information in your profile, beBee picks similar people's lists across the network and suggests you to follow them. Similarly, it picks the groups, called Hives, of your interest and invites you to join them. The joining of a particular hive further explains your nature of interests and beBee becomes more focused to explore and identify people (members of beBee are called bees) and similar groups that matches your field, skills, and interests. Through regular engagement and contributing to your selected hives, you become able to connect with like-minded people more effectively and quickly. That's what “affinity” is all about and that was the core strength of this network. 

2.  I also found out that connecting on beBee with other members is extremely easy. There is no need to send connect or friend invitation. Just choose a member and click the “Follow” button. You'll start following that member's updates. This is most likely that the member or bee you start following will follow you back. So you'll see an increasing number of like-minded followers with the passage of time. 

3.  I found out that beBee is a very right and superb place to develop my personal and professional brand and to find out benefiting professional opportunities because of its unique nature of affinity networking and informal and diverse nature of interface and engagement style.

4.  I found out that anyone can easily form a hive of interest and invite others bees (members) to join the hive. It's a very easy process,and very effective indeed to pull like-minded people. Formulating a company or business page is also very simple and free. One can, however, upgrade later on to get more benefits, but the free version of the page offers a lot itself. 

5.  I'm a passionate management blogger, but I couldn't continue with my passion because of the unjust and discriminative treatment of professional social media networks and their publishing platforms. They used all the writing work of the writer to promote their sites, and on the other hand, they have made the writer helpless to promote their work across the network. I came to know that beBee was preparing to launch a publishing platform soon, having the great facility for a writer to have all the control over their writings.  It will be the writer's own decision and discretion as how they want to promote and spread their articles. Such a freedom to a writer is just like a bounty on social media. 

Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, PakistanDuring my exploring beBee process, I noticed a very efficient bee (member) engaging almost everywhere, on multiple updates. His so close interaction on updates inspired me a lot. I thought to follow that particular bee. Within a few hours of my joining I received a message of gratitude from someone. The name of this kind guy was Javier Cámara Rica , CEO of beBee. It was something unbelievable. How CEO of such a huge network can send me a message of thanks. When I viewed his profile, I was shocked by surprise to know that Javier is the same most engaged bee. That was really highly inspiring. On other social or professional social media network, it's beyond imagination that the CEO of the network, or even any management guy, interacts like other ordinary members, thanking you in person, and reachable by any member any time. This sort of closeness of the top management with ordinary members gives beBee the most significant identity, and might be its core strength, compared to all other social and professional networks.


MY INTRODUCTION

I’m a management and marketing consultant, working independently. I'm MBA (Marketing) with a highly versatile experience in multiple management disciplines; like marketing, sales, business development, administration, general management, operations, and many others across various industries. All along with my consultancy profession, I always look for relevant opportunities to utilize my skills in a more positive and constructive way to build my organization I work for and to polish my experience. I'm a professional management blogger and writing is my passion. In shape of beBee and their publishing platform, I find an excellent network to continue with my writing work as well as to make my social and professional connectivity and engagement more strong and focused.

I belong to the beautiful country of Pakistan. Having the population of over 200 million, Pakistan is located at the strategically most important point on the world map. It's a lovely country in terms of its people, diverse cultures, terrain, and weather. It's a country full of natural resources. You'll find all the four seasons on their peak here. It shares its Eastern border with India, West with Iran and Afghanistan, North with China, and South with the Arabian Sea.  Pakistan has a wonderful terrain. You'll find the world's great and snow-topped mountain, like K2 and other great tops on one side, and huge deserts and plains on the other. Lush green and highly fertile land somewhere, while barren and dry plains somewhere else. Pakistan is called the land of rivers, as five mega rivers flow across it towards the Arabian Sea. Hundred of small rivers join these huge rivers. The weather of Pakistan is just amazing. If you want to know about and see the full impact of any season, Pakistan is the best place to explore. This lovely country is the homeland of brilliant and loving people belong to different but alluring cultures, yet living and mixed up with each other in a most beautiful way. 

Below are some highly wonderful and fascinating pictures of my country, depicting the contrast, making my country a lovely piece of land.


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan

Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan

Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan



Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Meeting point of the river Indus and the river Kabul, Pakistan


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I hope you have liked my first article on beBee Publishing. If so, I would highly appreciate your positive and engaging feedback in terms of clicking the Relevant button, adding your valuable comments, and sharing the post so that it could spread to others  

I usually write on management and marketing, and you'll see my posts on a variety of topics on these disciplines. I hope we'll have a good relation in future on beBee. I appreciate your following through my beBee profile to read my future posts and to develop friendly relationships. 


Have a great life!

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Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #105

#225
Yes. indeed Lyon Brave. Its beauty is beyond any wordy definition. It contains a highly diverse array of terrains and every part is a perfect in its own beauty.Thanks for the read and adding your valuable comments! Stay happy :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #104

#220
Great collection @Ali Gouran! Thanks for sharing!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #103

#218
Thank you Bill Stankiewicz, \ud83d\udc1d Brand Ambassador! I'm glad you liked it! Stay happy :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #102

#212
siraj shaik! I didn't block you on LinkedIn. I think it was you who blocked my profile. You ousted me out from your Twitter as well. If it were me on LinkedIn and elsewhere, I would never follow you back on beBee. As far as your views are concerned, I did respond them on LinkedIn, many times. You have full liberty to comment and express your views on my writings. I'll not respond to your points, as you know my stance well. It'll be an endless and useless debate, not any positive feedback. Thank you! Stay happy!

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #101

#214
OK thanks Siraj, I couldn't begin to imagine what reason I would have had for blocking you! Have a lovely day!

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #100

#210
Hi Siraj Shaik - I will have to check my blocked list. I don't think I blocked you. I only block people who post inappropriate photographs, spout racism or sexism etc.

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #99

#208
Well this anti-muslim sentiment is really getting to me. I went to schools in England that had people from all over the world attending them. One of my greatest friends was a girl called Shalahleh Qadir. Her wit, intelligence and knowledge of Islam was truly inspiring. It really gets my goat when people who have not even bothered to read the Koran say that it promotes violence and says that Jesus Christ was just a prophet. I finally got my hands on my own copy of the Koran last year and opened it at random. I got the book of Maryam which is just beautiful.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #98

#207
Claire \ud83d\udc1d Cardwell! I didn't want to say that. You might have touched the bottom :-) Thank you!

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #97

#206
Qamar Ali Khan - hope that things resolve themselves quickly with LinkedIn! I think the situation is ridiculous.... How they could ban you because you are muslim and not ban the thousands upon thousands of fake accounts opened by scammers every day is beyond me! You report these people over and over and nothing seems to happen.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #96

#204
Thank you Claire \ud83d\udc1d Cardwell for finding and sending me the link of Qurban Ali khan and his lonely remaining post. It's really thought provoking. Unfortunately, he looks not in my contact list on Li. I cannot check back because of my ban to my profile. Thank you so very much! You're such a nice friend.

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #95

Qamar Ali Khan - this is the only post that is left on Qurban's profile : - The problem with third world countries like us are that theses are not only devoid of material resources but also lack moral and intellectual values. So if a flood ravages the communities and the leaders are compelled by the pressure of public opinion to react to it, they say thanks heavens only a hundered or so people have died and we will take care of them. They can't realize that the death of a single person for a family is like the death of the whole world to them.The developed world or philanthropists could offer money to such communities to mitigate the hardship but to instil moral values and respect for human life in to their mindset is beyond their mandate and would be mis construed... It's very short, but gets to the point and gives you a clear picture of the man....

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #94

#203
Qamar Ali Khan - please don't be sad! beBee is far better than LinkedIn and it won't be long before your contacts join and pretty much leave LinkedIn to it's own devices. LinkedIn is a dinosaur on it's last legs! You can always google people and see their LinkedIn profiles without having to log on. Here is the URL for Qurban Ali Khan.... :- https://www.linkedin.com/in/qurbanalikhan

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #93

#202
I also had been very critical to Li, in a positive manner. In some of my threads, I usually used to see somebody from Li top management dropping in, in an attempt to cool the things down. But it was the past. If they're trying to fix me now, it's too late. What I miss, like you, are some of my most valuable contacts there, and my all those precious posts. But Claire \ud83d\udc1d Cardwell! I did some very supportive work for them as well, far more heavier than my criticizing work. I had been in touch with their top management, and they used to welcome my suggestions. I really don't know what went wrong. I'm feeling sad.

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #92

#201
LinkedOut is such a pain Qamar Ali Khan - their next move is to restrict access to a list of your connections if you are not a paying member.... I was so disillusioned with LinkedIn and it's increasing irrelevance. I just keep my account open as I have a lot of SA business contacts, but beBee is my main platform now. Qurban Ali Khan has also been v. quiet for a while now. I am wondering if LinkedIn is subscribing to a ridiculous paranoia and is restricting the accounts of anyone with the incorrect surname. I'm actually quite surprised they haven't suspended my account as I've been so pro beBee and so scathing about their lack of service.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #91

#199
Claire \ud83d\udc1d Cardwell! This is really sad. You have developed my curiosity about Qurban Ali Khan, and now this disappointment. You know what! LinkedIn has restricted my entry to my own account. They're demanding some official personal id docs. I have been on LinkedIn since 2009. Isn't it a strange demand? I'm not very active on social media these days, due to certain unavoidable reasons. I don't know what compelled Li to block me to see my account. I haven't written anything there since July 2015. The Kashmir you're talking about is the one situated at Indian side. Going there might not be so easy. A serious law and order situation prevails there, and making it difficult to visit that phenomenal beauty. Kashmir at Pakistan's side is also very beautiful. But you cannot cross the dividing line between both the Kashmirs. You're always welcome to Pakistan, anytime :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #90

#198
Lisa \ud83d\udc1d Gallagher Thank you! Hope is a very positive thing. It's the main force behind our living and working :-) Always remain so kind Lisa!

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #89

#197
Qurban Ali Khan is a v. interesting guy, he used to work at the FSR and now is in the Model Customs Collectorate in Peshawar. I've just checked out his profile and he seems to have taken down all his articles which is a shame because he wrote beautifully. I've wanted to go to Kashmir after I saw a movie about the country when I was about 8. There were lakes with house boats and mountains , I hope that I get the chance to go!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #88

#196
Claire \ud83d\udc1d Cardwell! Yes, March and April are the best months to visit and travel toPakistan. The other months to visit are October (the end) and November. Kashmir is a beautiful land, and it's not far from my own city. But sneaking across the border is not a good idea. The border there is a highly sensitive area. I wonder why I haven't heard about Qurban Ali Khan on LinkedIn, if he has written something. What I know is that I had been an active contributor to the LinkedIn writing platform from Pakistan. I never heard about him. You can say it's my bad luck, what else.

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #87

#193
Qamar Ali Khan - I've been told that one of the best times to visit Pakistan is in April when the almond blossoms are out. I would also love to sneak across the border into Kashmir! Are you any relation to Qurban Ali Khan? He's written some beautiful posts on LinkedIn and I am hoping to see him here on beBee soon....

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #86

#190
@Brook Massy! I'm glad you read the post and appreciated it. Thank you very much my friend! Stay in touch :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #85

#189
Thank you very much Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee! You're doing a great job. You and your team deserve a high praise indeed. I'm lucky I have so many priceless friends on this marvelous platform. My all the best wishes to beBee!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #84

#188
Claire \ud83d\udc1d Cardwell! Thanks for honoring me to call you my friend! I highly appreciate your encouraging and praising words. I also highly admire your so close liking of my country. You're always welcome to Pakistan. Pakistan is a beautiful country, far more beautiful than the pics you saw. Thank you so so very much!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #83

#187
John White, MBA! You're a super friend, everywhere, believe me! I can never think I'll ever be without your presence. Thank you! Stay happy!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #82

#185
hahaha! I'm not lost at all Lisa \ud83d\udc1d Gallagher! I have just been absent :-) Thank you very much for your so pure kindness!

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

4 years ago #81

Qamar Ali Khan - great article, I really loved the pictures at the end of your post - Pakistan and Kashmir have long been on my wish list of places to visit - now they are on my I need list!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #80

#183
Lisa \ud83d\udc1d Gallagher! Thank you! You're so nice, really! These days, I'm in the hands of life :-) Always be happy!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #79

#172
\ud83d\udc1d Fatima Williams! you're successful to pulled me back, though for a brief period, but I'm here right now! So glad having such precious people like you in my treasure. Thank you very much!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #78

#170
Julio Angel Lopez Lopez! This is a wonderful feedback. I'm feeling flying with you :-) Thank you my friend!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #77

#169
Milos Djukic! you're such a brilliant friend and an extraordinary intelligent professional. Love you!!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #76

#168
Thank you very much Kevin Pashuk! You're a great writer and a great man! Stay great!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #75

#167
John White, MBA! You have always been kind! Thank you so very much!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #74

#166
Keith Bare! This is incredible, hearing you have been here. I highly admire your liking of my post and your so positive perception about Pakistan. In my own view, every country is beautiful. I love all. Stay blessed!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #73

#165
Ameen @Tahir Kashif! Thank you very much for this highly encouraging feedback! May ALLAH bless you and your family! Aameen!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #72

#163
Hi Pinto! Thank you my friend! Nice to see you here! I'm obliged for your time to read the post and for all the praising words.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #71

#162
Thank you very much Indra Graham for all the kind words! The beauty is in your eyes. If you want to see this world as beautiful, it is. Thank you once again! Canada is a lovely country. A number of my relatives and personal friends are living there. I simply love Canada, especially now, Alberta :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

4 years ago #70

#160
Lisa \ud83d\udc1d Gallagher! I'm not an intelligent and so good. These are, in fact, your qualities. Your so sincere concern speaks for itself, I don't need to prove what you're in your heart. I'm so much grateful to God as He blessed me with such flowers. Thank you Lisa! Wishing you a life full of happiness!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #69

That's absolutely right Deb Helfrich! I agree with you, and I'm proud of you and all the superb but "virtual" friends!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #68

Gerald Hecht! The pictures in this post might be stunning. But I'm stunned by your fabulous feelings towards me. I'm speechless!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #67

#145
Gerald Hecht You always pull me back to beBee! That's the power you have. You're so selfless!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #66

#144
Thank you John White, MBA!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #65

#142
Gerald Hecht! You have an amazing pull-power my friend :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #64

#139
Glad you liked the post and glimpses. Thank you Irma! Stay happy!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #63

#133
Gerald Hecht! I have always been indebted to your unstoppable kindness. I'm sorry my friend, as I'm not attending bb as well as LinkedIn due to certain unavoidable reasons and circumstances. But I cannot forget your love. Thank you very much with all the best regards!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #62

#132
So true Helga! Great compliments! Thank you very much!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #61

#130
Thank you very much Deb!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #60

#122
Once again Gerald Hecht! I'm really very much indebted to you for your tremendous support and care. Thank you very much for the share as well. I love the affinity networking, and I want it to flourish as naturally and neutrally as possibly. It's the only possible way to produce a real humanity-based network.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #59

#121
Thank you John! You have always been very supportive and nice!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #58

#111
Thank you very much Deb Helfrich! You people are the real asset to humanity. The today's tragic incident in France is highly tragic and inhuman. These incidents, wherever they take place, are a test for us whether we can make our human ties more strong. I assure you and everybody, if majority of people all around the world were not loving and caring, this world would be a hell.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #57

#109
The post is not fabulous, you're fabulous Deb Helfrich! Scrolling down my feed for so long. I'm really feeling special and honord! Thank you so very much!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #56

#108
John White, MBA :-) He has a treasure of wonderful responses!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #55

#106
Sure Javier C\u00e1mara Rica! I'll try my best! Actually, I'm stuck in some issues. As soon as they are managed, I would commence my writing. Thank you :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #54

#105
Thank you John White, MBA!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #53

#104
Thank you Milos Djukic! I tried my best to make this particular post a comprehensive introduction and guide of beBee to anyone who read it. On a different note, I saw the beauty of Belgrade in a post you commented on some times ago. I was stunned!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #52

#103
Thank you Gerald Hecht! I still think I didn't do enough to portray Pakistan's beauties. It's far more alluring. The diversity of its terrain and cultures is just awesome.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #51

#97
Lisa Gallagher! Thank you very much for everything! Yes, the horrible Nice's terrorist attack is absolutely unbelievable. How is that possible for a human being to do this? But let me tell you, a human being is the most kind and loving creature when they're positive. The same is the most ruthless creature when they're negative. The France attack shocked me. Islam or any other religion has nothing to do with these heinous and inhuman acts. These people are barbaric, the followers of evil, and beasts. They never ever follow any faith, and they don't accept any faith. Have you ever watched the countless videos when they kill Muslims and how they celebrate? You'll be more shocked, believe me. Lisa! Only our unity and sticking to love can defeat such evil forces. They are doing their best to widen the gap between people and to flourish hatred. Only love can defeat hatred, nothing else. This is a universal and divine fact. These evils know that growing hatred would destroy the world and humanity. That's their mission. We'll not allow them to do so, and we can do it. They are a very tiny minority. We, humans, are in majority. But that evil minority is united against our scattered majority. We must be united, and we'll continue our efforts for that.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #50

#96
Gerald Hecht! "Whao" reflects the entire feelings, the whole story. I'm very much thankful to you! You're very kind!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #49

#94
John White, MBA! I know you did, and I believe in you, you know. Thank you very much and keep going my friend! All the best wishes!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #48

#93
More than likewise Franci Eugenia Hoffman! Your great personality, love, and insight always keep me inspired. Stay happy!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #47

#92
Deb Helfrich! Nothing of these qualities are found in me, really. These qualities are in your heart. I'm lucky heaving such a pure soul as my friend.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #46

#90
Thank you very much Deb Helfrich! You're so kind, always. So positive! You know how important this introduction was when beBee was striving for support. It's your sincerity that you identified the big purpose behind this post. I'm personally very much obliged. I just want to share that this post remained on the top page of Google search on the giant keywords "social media" for almost two months, and it's still on the top page on the keywords "bebee". So, I'm glad that my first post for beBee achieved its objective in a satisfying way. The dominating part of my readers, here and on LinkedIn, belong to USA and then to other English speaking countries. Thank you very much once again Deb! All the best to you and Gary!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #45

Oh, lovely thoughts and comments Lisa Gallagher! I agree with every sentiment of you. You're so kind and soft-heart. You're an extremely positive mind. My country, like other countries, is a beautiful one. The beauty is in your heart and eye. So, you can spot beauty instantly. We, people, are one, and there must be no doubt about it. The difference is just that you belong to USA and I belong to Pakistan. You belong to another faith and I belong to another. You speak English, and I speak another language. These all things are secondary. They are just meant to provide us an identity. They are not meant to make differences. We all are same in our each and every requirement. The most important requirement to all of us is to stick together and love each other. Love is the base. But there are evils who have controlling powers. The life of these evils spreading hatred. Love is a death to them. This must be understood by everyone. Thanks you very much Lisa for you kind attention to my post once again. Stay the same wherever you're!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #44

#87
Oh, lovely thoughts and comments Lisa Gallagher! I agree with every sentiment of you. You're so kind and soft-heart. You're an extremely positive mind. My country, like other countries, is a beautiful one. The beauty is in your heart and eye. So, you can spot beauty instantly. We, people, are one, and there must be no doubt about it. The difference is just that you belong to USA and I belong to Pakistan. You belong to another faith and I belong to another. You speak English, and I speak another language. These all things are secondary. They are just meant to provide us an identity. They are not meant to create differences. Our core identity is one, humanity. We all, wherever we are, feel exactly the same. Love is our common requirement to survive and to be happy. This is not a difficult task. But the self and dirty interests by some controlling powers have never wanted to let people love each other. The life of these evils is the hatred they spread. Love is their death. I'm so glad to have your so kind attention on this post. Stay always the same as what you're!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #43

#85
This is your kindness Javier C\u00e1mara Rica! You're making the difference. Just keep it up and keep going! Thank you very much and all the best wishes to you and your dedicated team!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #42

#83
Louise Smith! You're amazing! Thank you very much! Friends like you are the reason for a writer to keep writing and posting. Because of this comment, you have become an inspiration to me.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #41

#79
Dear Paul Walters! It's a surprise and I'm glad to know that you had been in Pakistan. Your positive words are really kind and your likeness of my country is great. You're most welcome anytime here. I'll be your host next time here, because I'm your friend. I'm glad you liked the post. Thank you so very much. This was my first post when I entered beBee., and it depicts my true feelings. I'm sure beBee deserves more than that.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #40

#77
Dear Vincent Andrew! You have a great heart, which is evident in your sincere comments. Thank you very much for all the great compliments! I'm glad you liked the post. Stay happy!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #39

#76
Dear Ali Anani! I'm so glad finding your nice words and your appreciation. Thank you very much my dear friend. Keep inspiring!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #38

#74
Diane Schultz! Thank you very much for your kind words and liking the post. I'm specially very much grateful to you for your lovely sentiments about my country.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #37

#72
Thank you very much Javier! These were my first and genuine impressions. No doubt about beBee. It's great, it's amazing, it's unique, and it's matchless. This is a truth and must be accepted.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #36

#68
Louise Smith! This might be surprising for you but I don't watch movies :-) So, I have not much knowledge about them. Anyhow, I'll now start to find if there are some out there that portray my country and are interesting for you as well. Thank you very much Louise for your great sentiments!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #35

#65
#65 Louise Smith! I'm highly delighted having your so valuable feedback. I'm grateful to you for liking my country. It's a true spirit of a true patriot. People who love their country, love the countries of others as well. Stay blessed and happy my friend!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #34

#64
I'm honored by your kind sentiments Kevin Pashuk! Thank you very much for all the encouraging words and for showing your love towards my country. In my own view, every country of everyone is the most beautiful. The beauty rests in heart.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #33

#59
Thank you very much Milos Djukic! I was missing you. Serbia also is astonishingly beautiful, I know.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #32

#59
Thank you Milos Djukic! I was missing you. Serbia also is a very beautiful country, I know!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #31

#58
Thank you so much ! Kind regards!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #30

#56
I'm honored and I have a really good luck to have great people like you and like my other friends on this marvelous platform. Reciprocating you, if "thank you very much" is a response that has some worth compared to your heartfelt words, then please accept it. Stay blessed and happy, always!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #29

#54
Thank you very much Juan Imaz! I'm obliged. With such a gift of exposure on Google, I'm really proud to be a Pakistani and a beBee bee.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #28

#52
Hi Deb Helfrich! Welcome and thank you! It's really very nice to find you here with your fascinating, meaningful, and marvelous comments. I'm glad you liked the post, and more glad that you liked my country and the pics. I'm waiting to see something fascinating from you on this wonderful platform. I, personally, found it as the only one where you can spread your words as much as you can. Great to see you!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #27

#48
Thank you Chris Spurvey! Glad you liked the content. I also look forward to being in touch with you.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #26

#45
Great and great words Donna-Luisa Eversley! I agree with every observation of you about beBee. It's a tremendous place to be, and to be a bee. Thank you very much for your liking of my country. Your own country is astonishingly beautiful, inhabited by beautiful souls like you. Your music is just like a magic. We'll enjoy, and will continue to enjoy, the dynamic, charged, friendly, and positive environment of beBee. Thank you for joining beBee and me :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #25

#43
That's great Sarah! I'm really glad to be the reason of something good. beBee is wonderful and it appreciates wonderful people like you. Welcome aboard! Thank you for liking the post and the pics. I wanted o make it something informal and wanted to view my country but with all my friends. Thank you again and we'll see some gorgeous posts from you soon. Have a happy life!

Sarah Elkins

Sarah Elkins

5 years ago #24

Thank you, Qamar, for being the trigger for me to log in to beBee and get started on this platform. I'd say you were the straw that broke the camel's back... but that would imply going into this unintentionally and with pain! Your picture selection is wonderful (especially the camels on the beach). Here we go!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #23

#41
Thank you Trent Selbrede for your kind words and kind nature :-)

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #22

#37
Thank you Chas Wyatt! I'm humbled! I'm glad you liked the post and the way it's written, and for liking the glimpses of my country. I agree with your thoughts about beBee. Stay happy!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #21

#36
Lovely sentiments ! Every word is so precious and pure. I'm really very much grateful to you for all the praise for my country and me. I noticed that love is the only language comprehended by everyone across the world and love is the only way that can tie us together. So, why not love each other and care for each other? Very easy way, indeed. We have to understand that, that's the only requirement. Thank you very much for your inspiring comments!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #20

#35
Thank you very much Pascal Derrien is extremely a busy person, but he is leading his team and all the users by his example. I agree with you to remain engaged to build and strengthen our mutual ties.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #19

Thank you very much Daniela Umpierrez for your kind support!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #18

#32
Thank you Paul Croubalian for the nice words. Yes I agree. You missed an otherwise alluring opportunity to explore Pakistan. Anyhow, the beauty is still there and you may find a chance one day to view it, and I'll be here this time to introduce you to the most tasty Pakistani dishes as well. Thank you for the welcome note!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #17

#30
Thank you Suzan Chamberlain! Pakistan is more lovely than that. These are just glimpses. There are stunning views scattered everywhere. The real beauty is in its diversity. Pakistan is a gift of God.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #16

#26
Lisa Gallagher! I completely agree with your thoughts and observations. If you think in depth and focus, you'll find that cultural differences, including religious, are actually the diversity and beauty of the humanity, as I mentioned in my post. These differences are like different colors. Are you fascinated by a rainbow? What if the rainbow would have a single color? It's the difference in colors or diversity, making the rainbow the most beautiful view on sky. Thank you Lisa! You're so kind.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #15

#27
So kind of you Maja Vujovic! I'm really honored being connected with you, and very glad to see your valuable engagement on this post. Thank you very much for all the encouraging and praising words. I feel lucky if my opinion resonates with your high quality thoughts. I'm glad you liked the post and the beauty of my country. Your country is also extremely beautiful. And I agree with your thoughts. One close door opens 100. Thank you again!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #14

#23
Hi Lisa Gallagher! I'm thankful to you for your praising words about my country and me. Pakistan is a real beauty, indeed. If you go to explore its mountains and valleys, you will find youself mesmerized. If you venture out to its deserts and barren lands and rocks, they have their own attraction. If you want to see the village life, you'll find a diverse array of memorable experience and beauty. Yes, you're absolutely right Lisa! Media always shows things that promote hatred and negativity. It's the nature of media almost everywhere. That's why I decided to show that what media is showing as colorless is richly colored. I'm sure the readers will be feeling very positive after reading the post and viewing the pics. Yesterday's earthquake was a big one. It caused damage in some areas, some casualties, and some injuries. But the damage is not huge, compared to the magnitude of the jolts. This is all the Mercy of God. We're sad for those who lost their lives, and for those who're injured or lost their property. But God saved us from a big disaster.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #13

#22
Thank you very much Cyndi Wilkins and most welcome to the beautiful land of Pakistan! I'm glad you liked the post and the pictures. The paragraph you picked is the focus of the entire discussion, and I mean what I said. Thank you once again! Stay in touch!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #12

#15
Laura Mikolaitis! Thank you so very much. Really glad to see you and your kind words. You have a great insight and I'm honored having your liking. I'll try to post on beBee regularly, though not with a high frequency. Stay happy!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #11

#19
Thank you very much Jason Versey! You really deserve to visit Pakistan. It's really a beautiful and abundant country. I'll welcome you from my heart. I'm grateful for your high praise of my post. Stay happy and blessed jason!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #10

#14
John White, MBA I agree with all of your comments and your efforts. You are the reason of this post today on beBee. I'm thankful to you and we'll continue our efforts to make beBee a more user-friendly and highly successful place.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #9

#12
Brigette Hyacinth, Thank you so very much for your kindness and graciousness. Glad an author of your caliber found the post relevant. I'm honored to be your friend!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #8

#6
Thank you Kate for the appreciation. I'm glad you found it a bit helpful! Please stay in touch!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #7

#8
So nice of you Amroussi Mohamed! Stay happy! Encouraged and motivated by your positivity!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #6

#8
So nice of you Amroussi Mohamed! Stay happy! Encouraged and motivated by your positivity!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #5

#6
Thank you so very much! In my own opinion, the first post should introduce the writer in an informal and homely way. I highly admire your engagement Kate Hickery!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #4

#5
Laurent BOSCHERINI! I'm so grateful to you. I knew you'll be surely here as soon as I publish. In fact, your friendship and your so open vision has always encouraged me to write. beBee is proud of you, and it must be!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #3

#2
Thank you Javier C\u00e1mara Rica! Hope you'll like it!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #2

FYI Brigette Hyacinth!

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #1

John John White, MBA and all other friends and readers.

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