検索結果:: long
公開中 1 to 1 of 写真.
Why does your heart grow doubtful dear?
Tense and beating, full of fear.I keep with me your everlasting love, and bless the day God sent you from above.You remain my angel and I feel that I must, tell you that within you, you have my trust.My love is the tide, your soul is the shores, 
you have my heart, do I have yours? I'll belong to you till the very end, and you will forever stay as my lover and friend.It has been so good like this from the start, so darling please, trust me with your heart.Since you came into my life: It was the first time I set my eyes on you, it felt like love at first sight. I knew then that my dreams had come true, my feeling was so very right.Since then i've been constantly thinking of you, with warm thoughts that put a smile on my face.Some of them seeming very real, it makes my heart begin to race.Your voice, when you talk, the way you walk, I think you are so very fine.
Your every ways make my heart soar, 
and sends chills up and down my spine.I look deep into your beautiful eyes, to feel something I never felt before.This feeling, and then I see you smile, it just makes my heart melt.The wonderful feeling of your touch, when we were hand in hand. It makes me smile and slightly laugh, 
now do you understand?I will treasure all the times we've had, and the ones that are to be.
For us, I wonder what the future has to bring, I guess we'll have to wait and see.Being with you, my prayers have been answered, I found all I'm looking for. You are all i'll ever need, 
I couldn't ask for anything more.
A few years ago, while walking in the city of Guwahati in Assam, I came across a wall written in Assamese on the side of the road in the city's busiest fancy bazaar.  The Assamese alphabet is almost like Bengali so it can be read and understood.  On the wall was written a call to join 'Chutia Sanmilan'.  It seemed strange!

 At that time I was disconnected from the internet as the Indian SIM was not active so it was not possible to know anything immediately.  Later a news item in the Times of India caught my eye.  I am sharing the news for you:

 "Facebook has been accused of canceling accounts if the name contains the word 'chutia'.
 Accounts are being closed as the word is used as an insult in the subcontinent, but the people of the 'Chutia' community in the state of Assam are suffering.  The All Assam Chutia Student Union, or Asaksu, has complained that the Facebook accounts of thousands of people in their community have been blocked.  Jyoti Prasad Chutia, general secretary of the organization, said, "Facebook has canceled the accounts of all the members of our 'Chutia' community.  Facebook does not know that Chutia is a tribe in Assam.  But in the national history, the history of this tribe is very glorious.  Students from the Chutia community have strongly protested the incident, saying it was a disgrace to our tribal community.  The students called on the government at a meeting in Guwahati to highlight the history of the Chutia community in educational institutions.

 The Chutias live in central Assam and northern Assam near Arunachal.  Dibrugarh, Shonitpur, Jorhat, Sadia and Tinshukia have a total of about 3 million Chutia buses.  Chutias have a rich history.  From the tenth to the fifteenth centuries, they lived in the independent Chutia kingdom for about 500 years.  At that time, they maintained their independence by winning various battles with various tribes in the vicinity.  Their heroine's name is Sati Sadhani.  For a long time, the Chutia people have been demanding the naming of the Sati Sadhani Bridge, the largest two-storey bridge (Bagibil Bridge) under construction on the Brahmaputra River at Dibrugarh.

 One country's abuse is another country's abuse.  If you go to Bhutan, you will see that the most common name for girls is Choden!  Anyway, the next time you go to Assam, you can't go back without a friend!
One of the few unsolicited actions that Mr. Ershad did to gain cheap popularity was to declare Gaza cultivation, sale and consumption illegal.  The history of Gaza consumption in the subcontinent is not only thousands of years old but also spiritual and mythological (see Shiva).  It is not possible to become perfect without playing Siddhi, so the Pir-Fakir-Baul devotees still live above Gaza.  Even then, I did not see any of them go bankrupt after eating Gaza, I did not see any family break up, I did not hear any rape, I did not see any theft, robbery or robbery to provide money to Gaza.  Because Gaza is agricultural and cheap.  At one time, farmers in Naogaon, Bogra and Kushtia used to earn a lot of money by cultivating cash crops.  If you still go to Bogra and Naogaon, you will see the huge offices and warehouses of the Lost Gaza Association.  However, after Gaza was banned as a means of gaining cheap popularity by the Ershad government, heroin became popular in the country, followed by phencidyl and finally yaba.  Just as the adulteration of chemical adulteration over organic products in food chess, so too in the world of drugs, the place of organic gaza is now ruled by horrible harmful chemicals.  People become destitute, lives are destroyed, families are broken, society is degraded due to the supply of these drugs.

 However, if the working people of the country had the opportunity to work hard in a cheerful mood after consuming a little bit of Gaza, their safari would be reduced and the tolerance in the society would increase.  Everyone would give a discount.  Everyone could be more focused on their work.  Especially in a failed city like Dhaka, why bus drivers can't drive without Gaza is a mystery.

 Gaza or marijuana is now being legalized in many developed countries of the world with the slogan Go Green.  Long-term cannabis addiction can cause brain damage, including memory loss, but according to doctors who work with drug addicts, most of the negative perceptions of society about Gaza are myths.  In addition to the price of other conventional drugs, Gaza is relatively less risky in many respects.  Since Gaza does not create physical dependence, its withdrawal effect is low.  As a result, the consumption of Gaza can be stopped suddenly.  It may seem a bit bad for mental dependence but it can be easily dealt with through mental diversion.  Another major benefit is that oral / oral form does not increase the risk of serious blood-borne infections such as AIDS and hepatitis.  Other drugs in the market create physical dependence which makes withdrawal management very difficult.  There is also a risk of infection. "

 However, the people of the country are still on recreational drugs, you have not been able to stop for so many years, and you will not be able to.  It is not possible to close all the windows and keep the house stuffy  If the Bangladesh government also legalizes the relatively less harmful Gaza, alcohol and beer, the youth's dependence on harmful drugs will be greatly reduced.  In addition, potato-based distilleries in Munshiganj, jackfruit-based hilly areas in Gazipur, guava-based in Barisal and Chittagong-based distilleries like Keru will be built in Chittagong.  The government will nationalize the liquor and bidi business and earn a lot of money by imposing high excise taxes and spend it on the development of the state.  But the reality is that no government in the so-called Muslim country will do anything about it.  Once back in this country, not only is it very difficult to move forward, it is impossible!

Those who know me personally know that stay away from Gaza and never blow a bidi.  You have to think about those who blow the butt because Gaza is better than bidi.
These 1125 horsepower EMD B12 models manufactured by General Motors Canada in 1953 came to our country.  These are the first diesel locomotives of Bangladesh Railway.  Surprisingly, only a few of the 40 people imported at that time are still active after 60 years!  Although people are no longer as fast as they used to be, its load-bearing capacity is still much higher than most people today.  That is why people are being used to pull container trains instead of passenger trains.

 Interestingly, the current CEO of General Motors himself was surprised to hear that this loco is still running in our country.  Because they also think that these locomotives will last almost twice the life span of our native engineers by repairing them!

 The few locos in this model that are currently in operation may be discontinued in a few days.  Therefore, Bangladesh Railway should preserve these locomotives as historical monuments  If you want, the tourist train can be started with these engines!  Many years ago, I got up from the port of Halishahar in the open guard room at the back of this container train and went to Kumira.  Nah the desire is not met!  So on a full moon night or in the darkness of the new moon, I want to lie on the open veranda of the guard room and see the vast expanse, I want to see a thousand constellations!  In exchange for writing a promotional video or proprietary write-up, an understanding boss will arrange it one day!

 (The first and last picture was taken eighty years ago from the Kattli section of the Port Connecting Railway, our favorite hangout in Kattli!)

 Like our centennial paddle steamers, these locomotives are our ongoing tradition.  But we do not understand the meaning!  Of course, if you want to understand the meaning, you have to know!  Isn't it?  Let us know, sugar is our own tradition!  Let everyone know!